Interesting technology news last week
So another week has passed, you guys must be getting ready to have a burning weekend with the 2022 World Cup matches. So maybe you don’t have much time to follow interesting technology news at home and abroad, so let’s summarize for you some interesting news last week.
News: Samsung Galaxy S23 may have satellite connectivity and a new fingerprint sensor system
So since the first information appeared so far, it is only a few months before the name Samsung Galaxy S23 will be officially launched. We have previously heard about important changes when the chip on the Galaxy S23 could be just Snapdragon instead of both Snapdragon and Exynos, but nothing has confirmed these changes yet.
And now, before hitting the shelves, the next-generation flagship also appears rumors about its satellite connection as well as its fingerprint sensor upgrade.
Maybe Samsung will want to do more than what Apple has done with satellite connections, such as sending messages, documents, texts via satellite, etc. As for fingerprints, there may be a larger reception area. , touch faster… Let’s wait and see.
Will Tesla Phone be the next rival of Apple and Google?
According to Elon Musk’s recent reply about “if” Apple and Google ban Twitter, making phones is not impossible, even though neither Google nor Apple have any action or information for them. We don’t know if Apple and Google have ever thought about using Twitter on their devices, but it is certain that after reading Elon Musk’s reporters’ answers, they also will try to forget it.
So if the Tesla Phone is really born, what will this rumored super product have?
- Satellite Internet.
- Surely it will have some interesting interactions with Tesla cars and Starlink base places.
- Solar charging.
- Media control.
- Cryptocurrency mining feature.
- The most important is probably Neuralink.
- But it doesn’t seem that easy.
See all notifications with just 1 swipe in iOS 16.2 beta
Apple released the latest iOS beta this week, and it’s got a nifty new feature that can help reduce your scrolling to just one swipe. Users who have iOS 16.2 beta 4 installed on their iPhones now only need to swipe up once in Notification Center to see both their latest and older notifications.
While this is nothing new, it’s still a welcome tweak when combined with other minor changes from the previous iOS 16.2 beta release. The beta 3 release last month gave iPhone 14 Pro owners more control over the Always-On Lock Screen, they can hide the wallpaper and leave a clean black screen with just time. and utilities — similar to what many Android devices have been doing for a long time.