OPPO has been leading technological innovations for almost a decade now. The company strives to offer a seamless user experience to its consumers by offering the best-in-class technology and features at an affordable price-point. OPPO’s A-Series has redefined the meaning of powerful performance, stunning design, massive battery and high storage. Taking this legacy forward, OPPO has now announced the all-new OPPO A52 smartphone in India which redefines the mid-range smartphone category for price-conscious consumers.
The OPPO A52 packs a punch with bouquet of exciting features in the sub-18K price segment. It is
Samsung’s One UI is one of the most beautiful customized Android UI with better one-hand usage. If you feel the same then here we have a nice surprise for you, you can install that notification shade from OneUI on your smartphone. There is an app that installs the same notification shade from Samsung’s OneUI.
One Shade: Custom Notifications and Quick Settings
The app is called One Shade and it installs the same notification shade from Samsung’s One UI on your smartphone. The app overlaps the default notification shade and opens the newly installed one. Although you can still open the
WhatsApp today released a bunch of new features on WhatsApp and for a wide range of platforms. Some of the biggest features are the support for animated stickers, dark mode for web, and enhanced video group calls. There are more features to it, lets see what more features you are getting with this update.
WhatsApp New Features
WhatsApp has been testing this feature for quite some time and recently this feature got released and then rolled back when realized. Now, this feature is here to stay, and it’s really fun. We recently got the sticker’s features in WhatsApp
The US House of Representatives yesterday approved $100 billion worth of broadband funding as part of a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill.
The broadband portion is modeled on the Democrats’ “universal fiber” plan we wrote about last week. The plan includes $80 billion in fiscal year 2021, money that the Federal Communications Commission would use to fund high-speed broadband projects in unserved and underserved areas. Funded projects would have to provide 100Mbps download and upload speeds, along with low latencies, conditions that would spur fiber-to-the-home development.
The bill has additional money for broadband-deployment loans, grants for states to pursue digital-inclusion