Undo! Undo! The feature could be limited to paid subscribers on Twitter. Babu Mohan 5 Mar 2021 0 Source: Joe Maring / Android Central What you need to know Twitter is testing a new "Undo Send" timer feature for tweets. The upcoming feature will make it possible for users to stop a tweet from posting even after hitting send. An 'undo send' timer will start as soon as you tap on the Tweet button. A survey conducted by Twitter in July last year confirmed that the company was working on an "undo send" feature, which would allow users to recall a tweet within 30 seconds. While there's no word yet on when the feature will be officially released, app researcher Jane Manchun Wong has now discovered an animation for "Undo Send," which reveals exactly how it will work. Twitter is working on “Undo Send” timer for tweets pic.twitter.com/nS0kuijPK0 — Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) March 5, 2021 As you can see above, the feature will … [Read more...] about Here’s your first look at Twitter’s ‘undo send’ feature in action
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Growing popularity As per Counterpoint, OnePlus was the only smartphone brand to see positive growth in the U.S. last year. Babu Mohan 17 Feb 2021 1 Source: OnePlus What you need to know OnePlus' budget-friendly Nord N10 5G and Nord N100 phones are reportedly a big success at Metro by T-Mobile. The two phones have boosted OnePlus' market share at the carrier to nearly 15%. According to Wave7 Research, OnePlus could sell over 2 million Nord phones this year at Metro alone. OnePlus entered the budget smartphone segment in the U.S. earlier this year with its Nord N100 and Nord N10 5G phones. While they aren't the best cheap Android phones on the market, Wave7 Research claims they are selling quite well at Metro by T-Mobile (via PCMag ). Thanks to the popularity of the two Nord phones, OnePlus' market share at Metro by T-Mobile has reportedly jumped to nearly 15%. Since the carrier sells around 16 million devices per year, Wave7 … [Read more...] about OnePlus’ Nord N10 5G and N100 phones are selling surprisingly well in the U.S.
What just happened? Nubia’s RedMagic 6 series is on the way with specs that make it unique among the current crop of smartphones. Not only does it boasts the largest amount of RAM ever seen in a handset—18GB—but the device also has a 165Hz display, another first. Both the RedMagic 6 and RedMagic 6 Pro boast the latest Qualcomm 888 SoC, 6.8-inch FHD+ AMOLED screen, and 165Hz refresh rate, the fastest available on any smartphone today. They also feature a single-finger touch sampling rate of up to 500Hz, or up to 360Hz with multitouch for improved gaming responsiveness, 400Hz capacitive shoulder triggers, and a triple-lens rear camera setup: a 64MP main cam, an 8MP ultra-wide shooter, and a 2MP macro camera. Plus the 8MP selfie camera. The standard model has a 5,050mAh battery with support for 66W charging, taking 38 minutes for a full charge. It’s also got an 18,000rpm internal fan, liquid cooling, and a full glass rear body. The Pro model replaces the single battery with … [Read more...] about Nubia’s RedMagic 6 breaks two smartphone records: a 165Hz screen and 18GB of RAM
Black holes, those gravitational monsters so named because no light can escape their clutches, are by far the most mysterious objects in the universe. But a new theory proposes that black holes may not be black at all. According to a new study, these black holes may instead be dark stars home to exotic physics at their core. This mysterious new physics may cause these dark stars to emit a strange type of radiation; that radiation could in turn explain all the mysterious dark matter in the universe, which tugs on everything but emits no light. Related: The 11 biggest unanswered questions about dark matter Dark stars Thanks to Einstein’s theory of general relativity , which describes how matter warps space-time, we know that some massive stars can collapse in on themselves to such a degree that they just keep collapsing, shrinking down into an infinitely tiny point — a singularity. Once the singularity forms, it surrounds itself with an event horizon. This is … [Read more...] about Black holes could be dark stars with ‘Planck hearts’
Sherlock Holmes remembers everything by imagining that he's storing bits of information in a "memory palace," a technique that originated in ancient Greece. Now, researchers have found that this method really does work to create long-lasting memories. Users of the mnemonic technique, called the "method of loci," mentally navigate around a familiar place, such as a path (or Holmes' palace). To remember a piece of information, you "drop" it along the path and later retrace your steps and "pick it up." For example, if you're very familiar with Central Park in New York City, you can imagine walking through it, dropping the word "book" at the Boat House, then the word "water bottle" at the next bend, then the word "space" at the fountain. When you want to remember the words, you imagine retracing your exact steps. By training with this method, the world's best memory champions can remember inordinate amounts of information, like word lists, digit series and decks of cards, … [Read more...] about Sherlock Holmes’ famous memory trick really works