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Galaxy S11 Camera Setup May Be Able to Detect Motion Like Pixel 4, According to Latest Trademark

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The supposed Samsung Galaxy S11 camera system is already causing great excitement, as it offers 5x optical zoom and unprecedented optical performance. If you’re not excited, a new trademark will highlight the possibility of an addition inspired by Google Pixel 4 to the camera specifications for the Galaxy S11.

The description of the trademark for a possible Galaxy S11 camera speaks of a dynamic vision sensor (DVS)
Many may know that Pixel 4 uses radar technology to activate a function called Motion Sense. It allows you to communicate with hand gestures with the phone, although the application is currently limited.

Samsung recently filed a motion with the European Union Intellectual Property Office, according to the Dutch blog LetsGoDigital. Apparently, the South Korean giant wants to use the trademark ISOCELL-Motion. The text makes it clear that this function recognizes movements. Unlike Google, which uses a radar to track movements, Samsung will apparently use an image sensor to do the same. Therefore, we can assume that the technology is part of the camera specifications of the Galaxy S11.

Galaxy S11 Camera May Arrive With Pixel 4’s Motion Detection Feature

It remains to be seen if the Galaxy S11 camera really benefits from a motion detection function. Of course, the idea sounds great and allows you to activate the screen, change the volume or change the songs. It does not seem to offer any real benefit. LG has already resisted this idea, and if Google does not create a public API for Motion Sense, we will never really see what else this technology can offer.

Since Samsung’s motion gestures are likely to depend on the Galaxy S11 camera or image system in which it is available, it is likely to be more available than Google’s Motion Sense. This is because the radar to detect objects depends on the movement of the waves and, therefore, requires regulatory approval to be available in different countries. Apart from that, an implementation based on an image sensor would also mean that an additional unit is not required. That is certainly fine, but it remains to be seen if consumers really want to move.

Is motion detection a feature that excites you and would you be willing to pay extra money to see it on the Galaxy S11 camera? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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2 new AI tools do not write your emails – but they make them sound a lot better

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Even if we all try to optimize and limit our email time, we need it (at least for the moment!) To maintain the buzz of our brands. In fact, it’s the backbone of communication for many businesses – it’s often our first line of communication with everyone we talk to, from the client to the colleague.

It is very important to use email for the first time, not only because a short, well-designed email generates a better response rate, but also because your messaging style can directly affect customer loyalty and future sales.

If you’re not a professional writer (or if you’re working with a content marketing company that can help you), you may not even notice how your emails are received or if they’re over the top breath.

Fortunately, artificial intelligence is progressing and your emails are improving. Here are 2 AI-based tools to help you send better emails as quickly as possible.

1. Grammar tone detector
Available at Gmail and Yahoo

Have you ever written an e-mail and thought, “Do I seem too formal?” or “Am I too impatient?”

Well, with the Grammarly Tone Detector, you do not have to wonder if you are giving the right tone to your emails. The detector uses a combination of rules and machine learning to find the signals of a script leading to their sound. It takes everything into account, from word selection to phrasing, punctuation and capitalization.

The tone detector ensures that your font reproduces the sound you expect from a specific audience (no surprises when they answer).

You’ll feel better than ever when you send an email – and you’ll be able to build better relationships with your customers and employees.

2. Boomerang Insights
Available in Gmail

If you’ve always wanted to improve your messaging experience, Boomerang Insights is here to help you explain exactly how it works. This recently released program examines your inbox to determine the type of sound you’re using, your playback time, how often your emails are checked, how you’re saving messages, and more.

After analyzing your emails, Boomerang Insights displays a graph to help you determine the best time to send emails. (And that means you personally, not the entire messaging community).

For example, some of your emails sent after 10:00 pm were less polite (because you’re naturally late for bedtime), while your emails seemed more vigorous around 11:00 am (fully caffeinated!). Use this information to determine if it is better to send emails in the morning.

Putting these two programs into play will enable you to better understand how to become more productive and to obtain a better response in terms of e-mail.

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Tim Cook keeps an eye on “a lot of interesting little things”, not “something big”

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In conversation with ABC News, Cook was initially proud of the US pedigree of Apple’s Mac Pro, which is expected to appear in December. He repeated this today at a press conference with Trump.

“We’re really proud to make the MacPro here – this computer is by far the most powerful computer we’ve ever built,” said Cook. “It does over 50 trillion tasks per second – I mean, that’s just mind-blowing.”

Similarly, Cook said in statements made after a visit to Apple’s Mac Pro factory – a factory operated by Flextronics – with Trump on Wednesday afternoon.
As for the president, Cook reiterated his stance on working with Trump and the White House and said he prefers to engage directly with political leaders instead of communicating about surrogacy. Cook’s willingness to speak with Trump is rare among Silicon Valley CEOs who have distanced themselves from the Republican president. A number of technology elite companies appointed to Trump’s corporate advisory board have since resigned and Cook is one of the few original members.

“I do not believe people are talking for me,” Cook said Wednesday. “I do not believe in lobbyists, I believe in direct talks, I believe in commitment, I hate polarization, I despise it.”

Despite this, Apple hired the services of Trump employee Jeffrey Miller in October to lobby on behalf of the company as it navigated the US. Trade war.

“No matter who the White House is, the things I focus on will be the same,” Cook said.

In China, Cook is reluctant to speculate on a next round of Chinese goods tariffs, after feeling the effects of HomePods, AirPods and certain Mac products. The company was able to partially avoid royalties on Mac Pro parts. Apple looks for exceptions for Apple Watch, accessories and especially iPhone.

“I hope the US and China reach an agreement, and that’s why I do not even want to go down that path now,” said Cook. “I am so convinced that it is in the best interest of the US and in the best interests of China, so if you have two parties with a common interest, there must be a way forward and I think so happen.”

Cook reiterated earlier statements, saying that Apple is unlikely to bring iPhone production to the US.

When asked about Hong Kong and Apple’s controversial decision to remove an app that posed a threat to the police, Chinese officials said, the move was not due to government pressure.Tim Cook

 

“In the special app in Hong Kong, we made the decision unilaterally,” said Cook. “We did it for security reasons, and I realize that someone can say that this is the wrong decision, and so on, and we’re obviously often questioned when making difficult decisions about apps that should be enabled or disabled, but we made it for security reasons. ” ”

China has not asked Apple to unlock an iPhone without the user’s consent, as the US government has done in the case of a device related to the shootings in San Bernardino in 2016.

“And we spoke out against it and said we can not,” Cook said about the decision to fight the FBI’s request for an iPhone backdoor. “We are committed to protecting privacy worldwide.”

While most of Cook’s utterances had come from spotty reasons, and some answers came almost word for word from previous public statements, a short page stood out as peculiar. When asked about Apple’s future, Cook made the extremely rare decision to give a vague answer.

“I have nothing big in mind, I have a lot of interesting little things in mind,” he said.

What Cook intimates with “little things” remains to be seen, but there are rumors that the company is working on a variety of devices – from an AR headset to creative ideas like an Apple Car – that would be called “big” launches considered when they enter.

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Spark e-mail for iOS is redesigned with new design, inbox avatars, dark mode, and support for iPad with multiple windows

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The popular e-mail client, Spark, today released a major iOS and iPadOS update that includes a brand new design, avatar inbox, customizable email actions, multiple window support for iPad, Dark Mode, and more.

Spark has released the update today for iPhone and iPad customers and posted more information in a blog post:

Today, we’d like to introduce you to the brand new Spark – a modern e-mail experience designed from the ground up for busy professionals and teams to help them get more done by e-mail. The new Spark features the brand new design for iPhones and iPads as well as a stunning dark mode for iOS and Android devices.

Spark version 2.5 highlights:

  • Redesigned from scratch
  • Inbox with avatars
  • Customizable email actions
  • Multiwindow support for iPad
  • Dark Mode for both iOS and Android

Full release notes:

Welcome to the all-new Spark! Our team has put a tremendous effort to redesign Spark from scratch and bring the best email experience for professionals and their teams.

*** Slick New Design Spark now feels impressively smooth, effortless, yet super powerful to help you love your email again.

*** Enjoy the stylish Dark Mode We’ve carefully selected the colors to help you work better at night and save battery life. Select the Dark or a truly Black mode in Personalization settings > Color Scheme.

*** Inbox with Avatars Now it’s a lot easier to breeze through your emails with people’s photos or company logos next to the emails. Turn them on/off in Spark Settings > Personalization > Color Scheme.

*** Customize Email Actions Select which email actions are displayed at the bottom of an email to fit your personal Inbox workflow better and create the experience you love.

*** Multiple windows support on iPad Open two Spark windows side by side on your iPad. Why? You could open a long email on the left and compose a response on the right, without the need of going back and forth.

*** Sync of contacts on all your devices You can now label an email address as an important one on iPhone and it will be automatically defined as important on your Mac or iPad.

Beyond these major new features we’ve also included a handful of important bug fixes and enhancements:

– Fixed a rare but annoying issue with wrong email titles – Fixed a bug where some emails disappeared during the search – Fixed a problem with the incorrect name of video attachments – Fixed an issue with timestamp format – Fixed crash on watchOS 4 – Fixed incorrect email rendering for peculiar cases – Fixed the keyboard selection in the email lists – Improved email sync stability.

We hope you love this update as much as we’ve loved making it. If you need us you can find us at [email protected]

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