Tech talk: Say hello to radical redesigns, VR headsets and 5G in 2022
In Tech Talk, our resident techie gives his two cents on, well, everything tech - from the state of gaming to next-gen gadgets and the coolest smart stuff in the pipeline - for modern living in Singapore. Not even chip shortages and supply issues could stop the crazy tech and gadget train in 2021: The Apple M1 chip became stronger...
Not even chip shortages and supply issues could stop the crazy tech and gadget train in 2021: The Apple M1 chip became stronger than ever, Nintendo Switch went OLED, and Samsung cemented its hold on foldables with the awesome Z Fold and Z Flip.2022 kicks off with Honor announcing their first foldable, the Honor Magic V - with the same form factor as the mighty Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.
[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzdwfCZ9XKY[/embed]These are just concepts of course, but I, for one, am super excited.Other rumours include the return of Touch ID, switching to USB-C charging, removing the charging port completely, and removing the SIM card slot. Whatever it is, you can be sure everyone else will copy Apple.
About 70 South Korean attendees of US tech show test positive for COVID-19SEOUL: About 70 South Korean nationals who attended the giant CES tech trade show in Las Vegas last week tested positive for COVID-19, health authorities of the Asian country said on Wednesday (Jan 12). These included some executives and staff of major South Korean companies, according to industry sou Wah hahaha siao lioa But it is also true comparatively more people get tested in Korea and actually consider asymptomatic patients as having Covid as well, unlike in some of its neighbours.
Upskilling her way to new business opportunities in the legal tech spaceCareer development can happen as a fork from the main route, and upskilling can ease the transition, as Ms Low Wei Ling found out.
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sg Unsplash In Tech Talk, our resident techie gives his two cents on, well, everything tech - from the state of gaming to next-gen gadgets and the coolest smart stuff in the pipeline - for modern living in Singapore. Not even chip shortages and supply issues could stop the crazy tech and gadget train in 2021: The Apple M1 chip became stronger than ever, Nintendo Switch went OLED, and Samsung cemented its hold on foldables with the awesome Z Fold and Z Flip. About 20 people from Samsung Electronics and about six at SK Group, parent of energy firm SK Innovation and chipmaker SK Hynix, were among those who tested positive for the virus after attending CES, the sources said. So what will this year bring? Ready your wallets, peeps.3 per cent the year before. More foldables in 2022? 2022 kicks off with Honor announcing their first foldable, the Honor Magic V - with the same form factor as the mighty Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. Hyundai Heavy Industries said six of its employees who attended CES tested positive while in the United States and were quarantined, and some have been released since. This follows Oppo's Find N unveiled late last year.5per cent jump for tech stocks in Hong Kong.
Plus, Huawei has foldable devices coming out too. Related: CES show highlights: Robo-dogs, self-sailing boat, brain tech About 70 attendees, all South Korean nationals, have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Tuesday, according to the Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency. Part of her job entailed working with developers to determine the use case – a description of how users interact with an app or system – for their software. Well-known tech leaker said Apple is also testing foldables, but don't expect any Apple foldables to come until 2023 or later. [embed]https://www. "Many Korean businesspeople who attended CES .youtube. She opted for a data science and machine learning course with an overseas institution in 2019.com/watch?v=yzdwfCZ9XKY[/embed] Samsung is of course leading the charge on the foldable scene..T] Powell told a congressional hearing on his confirmation for a second term at the helm of the central bank that the economy could handle the COVID-19 surge and tighter monetary policy.
At the recent CES 2022 event, Samsung showed off a whole bunch of foldable prototypes - the Flex S folds like an "S" and unfolds to reveal a triple-wide screen; the Flex G folds inwards twice; and the Flex Note is a giant screen that works like a 13-inch "laptop". These are just concepts of course, but I, for one, am super excited. "We are promptly contacting those who participated in the event and conducting epidemiological investigations, but we urge domestic businesspeople or those who are in Korea that attended the event to undergo PCR tests as soon as possible," he said. But even with her personal interest in basic programming, she found herself facing a steep learning curve. Bye-bye iPhone 14 notch? You can spot an iPhone on the MRT just by its notch — that black bar of space at the top of the phone. But it looks like that might be going away, and be replaced by a hole punch camera with a "pill-shaped" cut-out — according to leaker @dylankt. The Samsung officials are being moved to quarantine facilities in South Korea and most were asymptomatic or have light symptoms, the paper said. Other rumours include the return of Touch ID, switching to USB-C charging, removing the charging port completely, and removing the SIM card slot. “I sought help from classmates, friends and forums..
Whatever it is, you can be sure everyone else will copy Apple. Related: AMD, P&G join others in opting out of CES event on Omicron fears Nevada state health authorities said,"Many new cases have had recent travel history, attended events, and have visited multiple locations where they could potentially have acquired their infection. [embed]https://www.youtube." Samsung Electronics declined to confirm details of the cases. “Students came from diverse backgrounds, from F&B to banking,” she noted.com/watch?v=GUH1W0ruTa8[/embed] Radical redesign for Samsung Galaxy S22 Before we continue, let's take a moment to remember a fallen brother in 2021 — RIP Samsung Galaxy Note, you will be missed. This year, it looks like Samsung is merging their Galaxy and Galaxy Note phones into one for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S22. SK Group declined to comment on the cases, citing its policy of not disclosing personal information.9per cent, respectively.
The redesign removes the camera bump completely for a flat look and adds an S Pen stylus slot (welcome back). “I am impressed at their pursuit of something completely different from skills they had previously spent 10 years or longer honing. Other rumours also mention the return of the curved display on the sides. The sources declined to be identified as they were not authorised to speak to media. I am a big fan of the new super boxy design, plenty of Galaxy Note vibes. We'll have to wait until Samsung's Unpacked Feb 8 event to see if these rumours turn out to be real. Health ministry official Son said the rise of infections contracted overseas is seen mainly due to the spread of the Omicron variant, although the number of CES attendees who tested positive did have some effect. “I feel that tech in law is still in its nascent stage. Is VR returning? Remember a time when everyone was talking about virtual reality (VR)? That died out pretty quickly — blame it on the heavy headsets and the motion sickness. [US/] Commodities also caught a boost and Brent crude futures leapt 3.
But it looks like the VR hype train is back, after Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook had become Meta in October last year. Meta may release the Meta Quest 3 VR headsets later this year, while other big companies are set to follow suit — Apple is apparently developing their own VR headset, while Amazon, Microsoft, and HTC (remember them?) are expected to launch VR or augmented reality (AR) hardware either this year or early-2023. In some ways, it is similar to her previous role, except that her new skills have opened up avenues in an altogether new industry. Sony has already re-entered the market with their PlayStation VR 2, but that needs a PS5 — and how many people do you know that have a PS5? You get 5G, everybody gets 5G Hot take: everyone and their mother will be switching to 5G this year. All the big boys — Singtel, Starhub, and M1 — are offering standalone 5G networks for fast speeds and prices are reasonable. All you need is a new 5G SIM card and a 5G-compatible device. A FUTURE TO GROW INTO Inspired by the positive signs in the field of legal tech, Ms Low is looking forward to immersing herself in her newfound role.8per cent overnight and was last up 0.
A local survey by market research firm Opensignal found that Singaporeans "see nearly 50per cent faster speeds on 5G than on Wifi", so expect to see more people glued to their phones in public. Just be careful when you're crossing the road. This article was first published in Wonderwall.sg, a platform that builds digital tools to address societal issues.sg . If you don’t like our faces, listen to our fortnightly podcast E-Junkies where we lepak one corner with famous people # . Later on Wednesday, at 1330 GMT, U.