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2018-04-07T19:36:58
With Apple finally bringing native wireless charging to its iPhone lineup, the technology will become far more widely adopted, both among consumers and within corporations. Apple chose to use the Qi specification, which uses inductive charging technology, for its iPhone 8 and iPhone X lineup of smartphones. Samsung committed to the same specification for its flagship Galaxy smartphones; in all, about 90 smartphone models use Qi today, making it the industry's most popular among three standards. In addition to desktop charging stations (typically in the form of small charging pads), the automotive marketplace has also adopted in-cabin wireless charging.
2018-04-06T15:40:08
Admissions open for the year 2017-18 at Indian institute of computer science ICS for all professional courses in all centres hubli dharwad gadag koppal gangavati mundargi kalgatgi shigaoun savnur kuknur haveri
2018-04-06T15:40:08
Admissions open for the year 2017-18 at Indian institute of computer science ICS for all professional courses in all centres hubli dharwad gadag koppal gangavati mundargi kalgatgi shigaoun savnur kuknur haveri
2018-04-05T17:43:49
Vacancies at Indian institute of computer science ICS Required 50 operates with Kannada typing knowledge Interested candidates can call 9916644225 9916830444
2018-04-04T17:39:12
Mozilla on Tuesday released Firefox 59 for Windows, macOS and Linux, continuing the trend of pushing performance improvements begun late last year. Firefox, which can be downloaded from here, updates in the background, so most users need only relaunch the browser to get the latest version. To manually update, pull up the menu under the three horizontal bars at the upper right, then click the help icon (the question mark within a circle). Choose "About Firefox." The resulting page shows that the browser is either up to date or details the updating process.
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