Redmi K50 Ultra sets a new standard as “K50 series masterpiece”

Xiaomi is not done with the H2 2022 flagship schedule. After releasing the Xiaomi 12S series in China, the company is preparing new Redmi contenders in the flagship range. The brand is gearing up to introduce a new K50 series smartphone. It will be named either Redmi K50 Ultra or S Pro. The device will …

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The US proposes to increase the broadband standard to 100 Mbps

The US Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 25 Mbps broadband data standard seemed fast in 2015 when it was approved. Seven years have passed since then, and the current leadership of the department believes that it is time to raise the standard for wired home connection to 100 Mbps. This proposal was made by the head …

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PCI Express 7.0 standard announced with massive upgrades

PCI Express 7.0

A new PCI express has been introduced, though PCI Express version 5.0 is yet to become the dominant standard in the industry, PCI-SIG is here with PCI Express 7.0 standard. Talking about the former, it was introduced in 2017, but only a few motherboards and CPUs have compatibility with the PCIe 5.0 standard. Therefore, there …

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US to Join EU With New Mandated USB-C Charging Standard?!

Earlier this month the European Union officially voted to bring in a new law that would officially require all portable tech products sold in the region to offer a mandated USB-C charging standard. – In other words, if it had a battery that could be charged, it had to be capable of working, with out-of-the-box …

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UK Government Has No Plans to Join EU in Mandating New USB-C Charging Standard

Earlier this week, and after months of speculation, the European Union finally confirmed that it was going to make it a legal requirement (as of late 2024) that all tech products sold within the region should include support for the USB-C charging cable. Whether this came by a standard port or via a dongle adaptor, …

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European Union Mandates the USB-C Charging Standard!

Over the last few years, the European Union has made more than a few overtures toward looking to standardise (as much as possible) charging systems within portable tech devices. Primarily driven by a wish to reduce overall electronic waste, back in April things in this regard took a big step forward when a formal adoption …

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