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Netflix Introduces Spatial Audio Support on iOS 14 Devices
Netflix announced on Wednesday that it has started supporting spatial audio on its iOS app.
A Netflix spokesperson confirmed that the company has begun rolling out Spatial Audio support to iPhone and iPad on iOS 14. The news was first reported by users on Reddit and in a report from iGeneration. Read more here.
Oppo unveils new camera technology for phone brand
opposite on Thursday it unveiled its latest smartphone photography enhancements with Continuous Optical Zoom, a next-gen under-display camera that will be integrated into its devices later this year.
The OPPO Future Imaging Technology Launch Event 2021 was led by Oppo’s Director of Imaging Simon Liu. The event introduced a new sensor, variable zoom, new lens and sensor stabilization and an improved algorithm to control the pixels via next-gen under-display cameras. Read more here.
Adobe introduces more desktop features for iPad, desktop version upgrades
The American multinational computer software company Adobe on Tuesday introduced more features in Photoshop on the iPad and upgraded the desktop version of Photoshop.
The tablet app now includes the Magic Wand object selection and Fix Brush imperfection correction tools and the Canvas projection allows users to share their screen to a larger screen via HDMI or USB-C, which should come in handy when collaborating with other people in the same room . Read more here.
Samsung officially removes ads from stock apps
Samsung has confirmed in a statement that it has made the decision to stop displaying ads in default apps, including Samsung Weather, Samsung Pay and Samsung Theme.
The company’s mobile chief, TM Roh, said at an internal city hall meeting: reported by Yonhap “Samsung has made the decision to stop advertising on its apps, including Samsung Weather, Samsung Pay and Samsung Theme,” Read more here.
Fire risk: GM recalls all Chevy bolts sold worldwide
General engines (GM) announced it has extended the recall of more than 68,000 Chevrolet Bolt EVs made in November 2020, after five of the vehicles caught fire between 2017 and 2019, to include all Bolt EVs and Bolt EUVs sold worldwide, starting from the first model. until the last.
This recall includes 73,000 additional vehicles, 60,000 of which are in the US, in addition to the first batch of bolts recalled. Read more here.
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