DisplayPort 2.0 vs HDMI 2.1: Who’s King of Gaming Interfaces?
Both HDMI and DisplayPort have been dramatically throwing features after features at their technology. Both these contenders have been yearning to be the single go-to universal video interface. So, what do we have here? Strap on earthlings and enjoy the ultimate multimedia interface faceoff. It's... Read More
Matter: What You Need to Know About the Smart Home Connectivity Standard
Do you sometimes wonder why some devices in your smart home do not work with others? Matter, a new smart home connectivity standard, is here to fix this. It will be a unifying factor so that devices in a smart home can work seamlessly together.... Read More
Apple’s Spatial Audio: What is it and How Does it Work?
In May 2021, Apple announced the introduction of Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos. With this, they wanted users to have an immersive listening experience with true multidimensional sound and clarity across devices and platforms. In this post, we take a dive into what... Read More
What is Bluetooth Multipoint and why your next Headphones should have it
The landscape of Bluetooth headphones has grown over the years and they have evolved to include features like ANC, ambient mode, and Bluetooth multipoint which is somewhat the least talked about. For a feature that has been supported since Bluetooth 4.0, it hasn't gone mainstream... Read More
NVMe 2.0: Even Faster Access to Storage
Generally, computers standards tend to get very regular revisions. How many DDR, PCI Express, or USB versions have we been through? Many, right? Now think of how many NVMe versions we have. We only have had one major NVMe Version. But now in-comes the NVMe... Read More
Will USB-C Replace HDMI Port?
USB-C was designed to be the universal de facto connector standard for delivering power and data to, from and between devices. You can see it on the latest smartphones, and laptops with increasing adoption by more device manufacturers. From high-end smartphones to budget ones, high-end... Read More
How to tell if your smartphone supports WiFi 6
WiFi 6 also known as IEEE 802.11 ax is now getting into more Tech products that ever before. From routers, to smartphones, smart tvs, laptops and tablets. WiFi 6 is the latest version of the wireless tech that keeps us connected without messy cables and... Read More
The New GDDR6X Version Explained
In any graphics card, the GPU happens to be the most important component. That's because it is the GPU that does all the heavy lifting in terms of crunching numbers to push out frames to your display. But that does not mean all other parts... Read More
Custom ROM or Ported ROM: Which Should You Install on Your Device
Android as a platform is crazy customizable. The Android OS hand users the freedom and flexibility to change quite a number of things they don't like on their device. This has led to the rise of third-party launchers, icon packs among many other customization tools.... Read More