A USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 charger that supports: PPS (Programmable Power Supply) — this is a subsection of Power Delivery 3.0, and there are few chargers out there to support it so far. 10V/4.5A charging speed PDO (Power Delivery Objects) — this negotiates the voltage/speed between the charger and the phone. It's what makes the difference between your S20 Ultra getting the more standard 10V/3A and 10V/4.5A from a charger. An e-marked USB-C to USB-C cable Because these specific requirements are only used by two devices now — previously only one device over the last six months — accessory makers have had little reason to support a non-standard charging profile. You'll see a lot of chargers on Amazon that say they're PD 3.0 (PPS2.0), but they still don't support PDO or the 4.5A charging speed and thus, won't get full 45W charging. … [Read more...] about What’s the best 45W charger for Galaxy S20 Ultra in 2020?
Slow charging is an issue that iPhone users generally face. This problem is encountered by many iPhone users, using devices launched before iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Fast-charging the iPhone is possible. One method requires buying another Apple product like Apple USB-C to Lightning cable or any of the 18W, 29W, 30W, 61W, or 87W USB-C power adapters. But there are other workarounds that may help you in charging your iPhone at a fast rate. These methods employ the use of devices that do not require you to cough up money for another Apple device to charge your Apple iPhone relatively faster. Using 2A power bank Most of the power banks that are available in the market today come with multiple USB ports. Some of them come with 1A power output while there are others that provide 2A output. To charge your iPhone at a relatively faster rate, using a 2A power bank will help. Using Apple iPad charger Apple iPad charger comes with a higher voltage rating compared to an Apple … [Read more...] about How to ‘fast-charge’ your iPhone
Google’s UPI payment app, Google Pay (erstwhile Tez app), allows users to send and receive money, make cab payment and more. The search giant recently tied up with Indian Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), to facilitate train bookings on its website. Users will be able to search and browse trains as well as book or cancel tickets with their IRCTC accounts directly from Google Pay. Wondering how to go about it, here's our step-by-step guide for you. Before starting with the steps, remember that users need to have an IRCTC account to book the train tickets. Also, that tickets can be booked up to four months in advance. Pre-requisites: Latest version of Google Pay app Google Pay must be configured on the smartphone In case you haven’t installed the app and configured it, here’s how to do it. 1. Open Google Pay app on the smartphone and tap on Trains option under the Business section of the app. … [Read more...] about How to book train tickets using Google Pay
At the request of investment bank Goldman Sachs, Google has blocked access to a sensitive e-mail that the bank mistakenly sent to a random Gmail account. Google confirmed to Goldman Sachs that the e-mail had not yet been opened by the recipient, according to a report late Wednesday from Reuters. … [Read more...] about Goldman Sachs: Google blocked access to that mis-sent e-mail
Linux surpassing Unix is no surprise. Red Hat and other vendors have been trumpeting their ability to move customers from old Unix servers to Linux ones for years now. Open source operating systems based on Linux are prevalent on everything from Web servers and small business workloads to the world's biggest supercomputers. "Linux server demand continued to be positively impacted by cloud infrastructure deployments" in the second quarter, IDC said. … [Read more...] about Linux is king *nix of the data center—but Unix may live on forever