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Poco F4 5G teardown ends with an average repairability score

In PBKReviews teardown video of the Poco F4 5G, the reviewer gave it a 5.5/10 score for repairability. The design of the device is not designed well with repairability in mind. While it isn’t impossible to perform a screen replacement, it does require feeding the flex cable through the midframe, though – that’s before applying adhesive. Opening the phone is much like any ... Read More »

Tax Raids At Properties Of Real Estate Company In Delhi, UP Underway

Income Tax Department is conducting searches at the properties of real estate company ACE Group and its promoter Ajay Chaudhary in Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, and Agra, said sources on Tuesday. According to the sources, Mr Chaudhary is said to be close to a political leader of Uttar Pradesh. The Income Tax sleuths are also searching at the Corporate office ... Read More »

What could Biden’s upcoming antitrust team mean for Big Tech?

Lina Khan has a career track that young adults could only dream of. At the age of 28, Khan, then a law student, published an academic essay that drew significant attention towards shifting America’s debate on antitrust.  Last week, the 32-year-old was nominated by U.S. President Joe Biden to become the next commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Her ... Read More »

Samantha in Rs 3.5k kurta set blends style and comfort. Pics here

When it comes to ethnic fashion, Samantha’s sartorial choices are on-point. The Family Guy 2 actress took to Instagram to share a pretty picture of herself in a breezy floral kurta set. If you’re looking for pieces that ensure comfort yet style, then Samantha’s kurta set is a must-have.   Samantha took to Twitter to share a photo of herself ... Read More »

Pillar of Shame: Hong Kong’s Tiananmen Square statue removed

A famous statue at the University of Hong Kong marking the Tiananmen Square massacre was removed late on Wednesday. The statue showed piled-up corpses to commemorate pro-democracy protesters killed by Chinese authorities in 1989. It was one of the few remaining public memorials in Hong Kong commemorating the incident, which is a highly sensitive topic in China. Its removal comes ... Read More »

Calorimeter Deliberately Drives Li-Ion Cells into Thermal Runaway and Explosion

System designers have a bifurcated relationship with battery cells based on lithium chemistries. On one side, they appreciate and need the high energy density by weight and volume offered by these cells. On the other side, they’re aware of the very careful management required by these cells and their potential for thermal runaway (TR), fire, and even explosion due to ... Read More »

WINDOWS 10 PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS YOU CAN TROUBLESHOOT AT HOME

Currently, over one billion users are running a device on Windows 10. As one of the most popular operating systems around, you may be among the many who rely on it for its robust interface, enhanced streaming functions, and Quick Access capabilities. Yet, despite its widespread popularity, every user is bound to run into a technical glitch or malfunctioning error from time ... Read More »

Jony Ive made the entire tech world care about design

I love industrial design and have for as long as I can remember. As a child, I broke my dad’s Braun electric razor playing with the dial that raised and lowered the blades because the action was so cool and “clicky.” At school, I dreamed of being either a product designer or an architect. Those dreams were dashed when I ... Read More »

New perspective on changing travel conditions in Arctic communities

Snowmobile is a common mode of transport in Inuit communities. Temperature influences machine functioning, potential of getting stuck and conditions of ice and snow. Credit: Dylan Clark, McGill University, Canada Inuit communities’ travel skills and regional knowledge have helped mitigate the effects of Arctic climate change on travel conditions, according to a new study. The Arctic is warming nearly twice ... Read More »

Education bill would expand state’s power to intervene in struggling schools

Governor Charlie Baker’s new education proposal would expand the power of the state to intervene in struggling schools, opening up a major front in the coming Beacon Hill debate over how best to revamp the state’s troubled school funding formula. Teachers and other education advocates slammed Baker’s plan, which includes enabling the commissioner of the Department of Elementary and Secondary ... Read More »