Monthly Archives: December 2021

Canon's EOS-1D X Mark III

Canon EOS-1D X Mark III is the Last DSLR Camera from the Company

Some reliable sources have confirmed that the EOS-1D X Mark III of Cannon will mark the last high-end DSLR from the Japanese company. The news came as Canon is reportedly moving its product line toward mirrorless cameras. The company claimed the EOS-1D X Mark III will enable users to capture extraordinary images, while in poor light and weather conditions. The new camera is considered one of the most advanced cameras. Continue reading

brightest X-ray laser

Linac Coherent Light Source II ‘LCLS-II’ will Become the 2nd World-Class X-Ray Laser

A number of tech sites claimed that the LCLS-II (Linac Coherent Light Source II) would become the 2nd world-class X-ray laser. The LCLS-II will reportedly be completed next year at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory of the Department of Energy. Moreover, scientists are putting the finishing touches on a laser, 30-feet underground, and a throw of stone from Stanford University. Continue reading


LG Display announced OLED EX Tech to fix a Major issue of OLED Displays

LG Display has announced the ‘OLED EX’, claiming its next generation of OLED technology. The company also claimed the new tech would efficiently empower brightness up to 30% than the traditional OLED displays. The new tech could supposedly help to fix a major deficiency of OLED to mini-LED tech, which has a deficiency in overall brightness. Continue reading

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft added a New Feature ‘Followable Web’ to recapture the RSS Feed

Microsoft is adding a new feature ‘Followable Web’ to recapture the RSS feed for its Edge web browser. However, the feature is currently obtainable to the Edge Canary early access channel members. The new feature enables Edge users to ‘Follow’ websites to get the most recently updated and organized list. User’s followed sites can be seen in a panel on the side of the Edge browser. Continue reading

Best Way to Use the Home Depot Health Check App

Home Depot Health Check AppThe Home Depot Health Check application is available at the Google play store and at many other destinations. It is an easy-to-use and dynamic application that is focused on view card times, plans audits, and presenting solicitations to many labor force executives. There are also different plans for employees, which can be accessed by employees. It is important to remember that there are different requirements for associates and regular visitors. It is important to note which category you fall under before registering for an account. Continue reading

5 Best Employee Monitoring Ways

5 Best Employee Monitoring Ways to Begin in 2022

In the present time, nothing is advancing quicker than the innovation area. When we would never envision calling somebody with the exception of utilizing a landline telephone. However, at that point, the PDAs were dispatched. Presently, with the most recent cell phones, we can call somebody and hear them as well as we can see them too. Continue reading

2022 4K TVs, 8K TVs, & Gaming Monitors will support New HDR10+ GAMING Standard

Samsung Premium HDR GameplayOn Thursday, Samsung Electronics announced that the support for the new HDR10+ GAMING standard will be offered in select 2022 4K TVs, 8K TVs, and gaming monitors. Gamers will experience immersive and ultra-responsive HDR gaming. The new advanced HDR gameplay will be announced at CES 2020 with NVIDIA GPUs powered 4K and 8K game titles. The Executive Vice President and Head of R&D Team, Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics, Seokwoo Yong issued a statement. Continue reading

LG Display to Showcase 2 Flexible OLED Concepts at CES 2022

LG curved OLEDVarious reports have confirmed that LG Display is set to showcase 2 flexible OLED concepts at CES 2022. However, the future of display tech isn’t just giant TVs, but the company will reportedly announce flexible and semi-transparent display innovations. It includes a giant semi-circle chair home entertainment system and a new mechanism to spin. Continue reading