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Realme X50m 5G with 120Hz display launched in China

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Beijing, April 23 (IANS) Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme on Thursday launched the Realme X50m 5G with 120Hz refresh rate and dual punch-hole front camera.

The device will be available at CNY 1,999 and comes in Starry Blue and Galaxy White colours.

The new X50-series model will go on sale in China from April 29, but there is no word on international availability, reports GSMArena.

The smartphone features a 6.57-inch FHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, an aspect ratio of 20:9, and a screen-to-body ratio of 90.4 per cent.

The device is powered by a 2.4GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, paired with an Adreno 620 GPU.

The phone packs two RAM and storage configurations – 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB – along with support for microSD card.

In terms of optics, the smartphone features a 48MP main camera along with an 8MPl wide-angle lens, two 2MP cameras for macro mode and depth sensing.

There is a combination of a 16MP primary sensor and a 2MP secondary sensor on the front.

It has a 4200mAh battery under the hood with support for 30W Dart fast charging technology and runs Android 10-based Realme UI.

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JioMeet takes on Zoom, can support up to 100 participants

JioMeet offers unlimited meetings per day and each meeting can go uninterrupted up to 24 hours.

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New Delhi, July 2 : Amid growing calls for ”Made in India” digital tools, Reliance Jio has launched a free video-conferencing application called JioMeet, taking on US-based Zoom platform.

According to the JioMeet description on Google Play Store, the application can be used for 1:1 video calls and hosting meetings with up to 100 participants with enterprise-grade host controls.

Other highlights include easy sign up with either mobile number or email ID, meeting in HD audio and video quality.

The application can be used for creating instant meetings to chat with friends and also to schedule a meeting in advance and share meeting details with invitees.

JioMeet offers unlimited meetings per day and each meeting can go uninterrupted up to 24 hours.

The application can be used on Android, Windows, iOS, Mac, SIP/H.323 systems.

JioMeet has already been downloaded for over 10,000 times from Google Play Store.

Each meeting is password protected and the host can enable a “Waiting Room” to ensure no participant joins without permission, JioMeet said.

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Zuckerberg refuses to bow down, expects advertisers to return ”soon”

American food company Chobani, drug maker Pfizer and software major SAP were among the latest brands pulling who joined Coca Cola, adidas, cleaning supply firm Clorox, Conagra (the maker of Slim Jim, Duncan Hines and Pam), fast food chain Denny’s, Ford and Starbucks to pull their ads from the platform.

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San Francisco, July 2 : As hundreds of companies halt advertising on Facebook and Instagram, Its CEO Mark Zuckerberg is confident the brands would soon return on the platform.

According to a report in The Information, Zuckerberg told employees he was reluctant to bow to the threats of a growing ad boycott, saying “my guess is that all these advertisers will be back on the platform soon enough.”

“We”re not gonna change our policies or approach on anything because of a threat to a small percent of our revenue, or to any percent of our revenue,” he apparently told the employees, according to the report on Wednesday.

Of the 25 largest spenders on Facebook ads, only three companies Microsoft, Starbucks and Pfizer have confirmed pause ads on Facebook.

As Facebook ad boycott by more than 400 brands officially began on Wednesday, the social networking giant said it was getting better at removing harmful content and that the platform does not in any way profit from hate speech.

Writing an open letter to address concerns of advertisers, Nick Clegg, Facebook’s Vice President of Global Affairs and Communications on Wednesday said that “platforms like Facebook hold up a mirror to society”.

“I want to be unambiguous: Facebook does not profit from hate,” said Clegg, who is a former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

The call to boycott ads on Facebook started after the social networking giant decided to allow controversial posts by US President Donald Trump to stay up.

Facebook said that when it finds hateful posts on Facebook and Instagram, it takes a zero tolerance approach and removes them.

Facebook saw its market cap eroded in billions as more big brands boycotted its platform against the unchecked spread of hateful and disinformation on its platforms.

American food company Chobani, drug maker Pfizer and software major SAP were among the latest brands pulling who joined Coca Cola, adidas, cleaning supply firm Clorox, Conagra (the maker of Slim Jim, Duncan Hines and Pam), fast food chain Denny’s, Ford and Starbucks to pull their ads from the platform.

Facebook’s digital advertising accounted for more than 98 per cent of the company’s nearly $70 billion in revenue last year.

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Indians download many apps, time now to upload some: IT Minister

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New Delhi, July 1 : Giving a clear signal for greater support to startups working towards enriching the digital universe, Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Wednesday that while Indians download a lot of apps from Google Play Store and Apple App Store, it is time to upload some.

His comments came in the backdrop of India banning 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and UC Browser.

Taking part in a virtual event to mark five years of the “Digital India” initiative, the IT Minister encouraged Indian entrepreneurs to make products for the world.

“You know you have a supportive government. If any of you need any concrete help, do reach out,” he said, addressing the startup community in the country.

Moderated by YourStory Founder and CEO Shradha Sharma, the event also saw the participation of Paytm Founder and CEO Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Udaan Co-Founder Sujeet Kumar and InMobi Founder and CEO Naveen Tewari, among others.

Tewari said that the decision to ban 59 Chinese apps may open up a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for entrepreneurs to make India the fourth major digital hubs of the world, after the US, China and Russia.

Talking about how “Digital India ” helped the country cope with Covid-19 challenges, the IT Minister said that “85 percent of the IT industry was working properly even in the face of severe Covid-19 restrictions”.

The IT Minister said that India is looking to tap the opportunities provided by Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence in a variety of sectors including health and agriculture.

“I think implementation of Blockchain can lead to more meaningful e-governance,” he said.

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