Company Report

The 200-Megapixel Samsung Camera Sensor at long last shows up

Samsung chose to divulge a 200-megapixel camera last year and keeping in mind that the organization uncovered no accessibility anticipates the telephone, it seems like the camera is really coming this year. Notwithstanding, not in a Samsung or a Xiaomi telephone but rather all things being equal, in a Motorola gadget.

The 200-Megapixel Samsung Camera Looks Like it Needs to be on a GoPro
Indeed, you heard it right, the ISOCELL HP1 sensor was clearly caught on a genuine telephone. The telephone you can see is getting out and about on the Chinese web-based entertainment network Weibo as well as Twitter and it is of the Motorola Frontier. This is probably Motorola’s impending lead and to affirm further, it even has the HP1 name around the camera module. The name likewise makes reference to different specs including the optical picture adjustment along with the f/2.2 opening.

Albeit the impending Motorola Frontier may be accompanying the ISOCELL HP1 sensor, that doesn’t imply that Samsung or Xiaomi will not be utilizing it, if Motorola has no kind of selectiveness. In any case, it is likewise essential to recollect that the possibilities of Samsung delivering a telephone with this sensor are thin and quite possibly this sensor might observe its direction to a more reasonable telephone as Samsung does as such.

Regardless, I won’t disregard exactly the way in which large the sensor looks, we actually need to keep a watch out how precisely it performs and the innovation that goes behind bringing 200-megapixel pictures to the real world.


Twitter gains messaging platform Quill to obtain DMs suck less

Twitter has gained Slack-like messaging app Quill with an eye toward further developing messaging services, including direct messages, the organization reported Tuesday. In a tweet thread reporting the deal, Nick Caldwell, general manager for core tech at Twitter, portrayed Quill as a “fresher, more deliberate way to communicate. We’re bringing their experience and creativity to Twitter as we work to make messaging tools like DMs a more useful & expressive way people can have conversations on the service.”

Plume will close down, yet its team will join Twitter’s Experience organization. The terms of the deal were not unveiled. A goodbye blog post on Quill’s updates website gave instructions to clients who want to send out their team message histories, which will be accessible until 1 PM PT on December 11th. By then, Quill will turn off its servers and deleting all information. Active clients will be given full refunds, the organization said.

“Together with Twitter, we will continue to pursue our original goal — to make online communication more thoughtful, and more effective, for everyone,” the blog post reads.

Quill made its official launch in February, billing itself as “messaging for people that focus.” It was established by Ludwig Pettersson, former creative director of payments processing platform Stripe. Pettersson will join Twitter’s Conversations team under Oji Udezue.

The platform was worked for work discussions yet with controls over some of the features that make Slack a distracting time suck. Its structured channels considered more focused discussions than the traditional reverse chron chat thread, and message threads could be parted and moved into separate discussions.


All iOS clients can presently Super Follow on Twitter

Twitter is permitting all iOS clients to Super Follow select makers. The element, first delivered in September and just accessible in the US and Canada, permits clients to adapt their Twitter account and make selective substance through monthly subscriptions.

Twitter originally reported Super Follows in February and carried it out to choose makers in September. Inside the initial fourteen days, endorsers had contributed around $6,000, as indicated by SensorTower.

Clients keen on Super Follows need to meet the base prerequisites, as indicated by the Super Follows strategy. They must be 18 or more seasoned, have somewhere around 10,000 devotees, have tweeted something like multiple times in the beyond 30 days. Once acknowledged, they need to tweet at least 25 tweets at regular intervals.

Clients are qualified to procure up to 97 percent of income from their Super Follows subscription after in-application buy expenses, with Twitter taking 3%. In any case, if a client acquires $50,000, they can procure up to 80 percent of income after in-application buy expenses, and Twitter will build its portion up to 20 percent of future profit.

Super Followers should approach reward content and persuade identifications to be handily perceived.

Twitter says it intends to remember Android and web clients for the future as it grows Super Follows.


#WWDC21 hash flag presently live on Twitter in front of opening keynote one week from now

WWDC 2021 will happen June 7-11, and Apple has effectively affirmed that it will hold the traditional opening keynote on Monday at 10 a.m. PDT. In front of the event, the organization added a new WWDC 21 hashflag to Twitter with a custom icon for the official event hashtag.

A hashflag is a icon shown close to some special hashtags on Twitter. Apple has utilized this feature on different events previously, for example, for its April event. This year, the hashflag picked for #WWDC21 is a blue iMessage like icon.

At least for now, there’s just a static version of the WWDC 21 hashflag accessible, however the organization as a rule empowers an animated version when the day of the event shows up.

Recently, the organization additionally launched the website page to watch the live stream of the event on Monday — with new artwork showing Memojis around message bubbles. This, notwithstanding, doesn’t really imply that WWDC 2021 will be focused on new iMessage features.


Twitter for Android, at last, gets a search feature that should’ve shown up a whole lot earlier

While direct messages are extraordinary for private discussions on Twitter, it gets progressively testing to find that one string you’re searching for in the long list you’ve developed over the years. To make the process smoother, Twitter is at last adding a search bar in the DM part of its Android application — around two years after the iOS application got one.

Up to this point, you needed to manually scroll through the entirety of your discussions in the event that you were searching for some particular talk. It was tedious, however the entire experience was likewise horrendous for a modern app. With this new search bar, you’ll have the option to look over your chats by recipients’ names definitely more rapidly than previously.

Nonetheless, Twitter actually comes up short on the ability to look within individual threads. This sort of deep search proves to be useful when you remember a message’s content however manually searching inside each thread isn’t feasible. In its declaration, Twitter said it’s working on the feature, and it ought to be out in a little while this year.

The DM search bar ought to show up automatically in your Twitter app with no intervention. On the off chance that it hasn’t as of now, you can take a stab at updating the application to the most recent version either through the Play Store or APK Mirror, however it would seem that the search bar is part of a server-side rollout.


Twitter presently allows you to include stickers to Fleets

Twitter is adding stickers to its transient, Snapchat Stories-like Fleets, the social media organization reported on Wednesday. Stickers are accessible for clients on both Android and iOS.

At the point when you’re making a Fleet, you’ll have the option to add stickers by tapping the smiley face icon on the bottom row of your screen. At the point when you do, you’ll see a collection of Twitter-made animated stickers and emoji (the latter of which Twitter calls “Twemoji”).

Also, in the event that you look for something in the search bar at the top of the screen, Twitter will pull up GIFs sourced from Tenor and Facebook-possessed Giphy.

On the off chance that you’ve at any point utilized stickers on Snapchat or Instagram, this new feature should feel very familiar to you. All things considered, the feature may feel so recognizable on the grounds that both Snapchat and Instagram have offered it for years.

In any case, Twitter is as yet in early days with Fleets, which just opened up to everybody back in November, so maybe stickers are only a first indication of more increments to come.


Twitter launches disappearing tweets tool, called ‘Fleets’ are now available for worldwide

Twitter on Tuesday reported a worldwide dispatch of “Fleets,” the vaporous tweeting highlight it originally declared not long ago and tried in different business sectors around the world.

Presently, any mobile Twitter client, paying little heed to where they live or what stage they’re on, will approach the vanishing informing highlight, which will sit directly at the highest point of the course of events in succession of Stories-like air pockets.

Twitter trusts the new component will help lessen the weight around tweeting by letting clients express more easygoing musings and emotions while additionally concerning themselves less with saying something significant or piling up likes and retweets. Fleets begins turning out today on Android and iOS and ought to be accessible for everybody in the coming days, the organization says.

“Through our tests in Brazil, Italy, India, and South Korea, we learned Fleets helped people feel more comfortable joining the conversation — we saw people with Fleets talk more on Twitter,” explain design director Joshua Harris and product manager Sam Haveson in a blog post. “Those new to Twitter found Fleets to be an easier way to share what’s on their mind. Because they disappear from view after a day, Fleets helped people feel more comfortable sharing personal and casual thoughts, opinions, and feelings.”

At its most fundamental level, Fleets is a Stories clone, obtaining the entirety of the best thoughts executed by Instagram and Snapchat. You can share text, react to others’ tweets, or post recordings with a similar foundation tone and overlaid text choices you jump on other informing applications with vaporous highlights, with each message disappearing following 24 hours. You can likewise react to others’ fleets by tapping on one and sending an immediate message or emoticon to the maker, which will begin a DM discussion like how the story answer measure chips away at Instagram. Twitter says it will likewise be presenting stickers and live communicating sooner or later. You can’t, notwithstanding, as or retweet an armada.

At the present time, the organization says there will be no pointer in the event that somebody screen captures one of your armadas, and any individual who follows you will have the option to perceive what you armada by visiting your profile in the event that they don’t quickly observe your air pocket at the highest point of the timetable.

So it’s not spot on to consider Fleets a fix-all solution for online media shock culture or the stage’s inclination to coordinate enormous quantities of individual activities toward a solitary objective — what we casually call “getting ratioed” or heaped on or dropped or whatever name or expression you’d prefer to connect to quickly turning into a web punching sack. Somebody can at present spare what you post for successors, repost it themselves, and state something mea. Then again, in the event that you state something dumb, nothing is preventing others from spreading it through the customary tweet channel by means of screen captures and further retweeting of those screen captures and reprimanding you.

What Fleets appear liable to help with the most, in any event from the outset, is isolating the sheer volume of conclusions that get dealt on Twitter the entire day into more absorbable organizations. That may start changes by they way we convey on the stage. Without a doubt, a few clients will attempt to push the constraints of what can be said or appeared on an fleet versus a tweet. Twitter makes certain to confront new balance difficulties when concluding whether to compose new principles or alter existing ones for fighting, state, provocation or falsehood as it springs up in Fleets.

Yet, a large portion of us can simply utilize Fleets to convey the irregular response or hot take and let it terminate in the void like most moronic assessments do at any rate, similarly as Instagram Stories lets you share unpolished and (might I venture to state) transitory pieces of our every day carries on with that don’t need to be outlined or sifted flawlessly.

That’s, obviously, expecting individuals on Twitter really need to utilize this component and really finish in any significant limit. Part of the extraordinary stories takeover of web-based media that Snapchat unintentionally commenced in excess of a half-decade back implied items and administrations that never required transient informing got it at any rate — from Facebook’s principle application to YouTube to even LinkedIn. Those Stories clones may stay, yet they definitely become phantom towns.

It’s not promptly certain that Twitter needs its very own Stories take. Yet, on the off chance that any stage can profit by vanishing messages that bring down the stakes and advance maybe more beneficial and more peaceful correspondence, it’s the online media stage the sitting leader of the US is effectively utilizing to subvert political decision results. In the event that we can’t or won’t log off in 2020, at that point we as a whole need to relax a digit — and perhaps transient is one approach to do that and make the web more endurable all the while.


The steps to turn off autoplay videos on Facebook, Twitter, Firefox, and then some

You’ve presumably been found napping by recordings that play naturally on Facebook, Twitter, or directly over the web by and large. They start playing when you load a page or (in the event that they’re all the more naughtily actualized) when you begin looking through a page.

Programmed video play is an element that, while ideal to have when it’s surfacing content that is identified with your inclinations, can be truly irritating. Autoplay recordings can be hurtful, as well, presenting you to vicious, hostile, or in any case undesirable substance that you shouldn’t need to see naturally.

Regardless of whether you simply need to stop autoplay recordings via web-based media stages or are searching for a more thorough fix, we are very brave. Remember that you’ll have to change these settings for each gadget that you use, since your inclinations on, state, your telephone don’t naturally push to your PC.


In case you’re utilizing Facebook on your program, you can kill autoplay recordings along these lines:

  • Go to the drop-down menu at the upper right of the page.
  • Select “Settings and Privacy” > “Settings.”
  • Search for the “Videos” posting on the left-hand menu. Within that alternative is a switch where you can go off autoplaying recordings.

Facebook has comparable choices accessible for its iOS and Android applications:

Utilizing The iOS App

  • Snap the menu button on the base of your screen.
  • When no doubt about it, “Settings and Privacy,” at that point “Settings.”
  • Look down until you discover “Media and Contacts,” at that point tap “Videos and Photos.”
  • At long last, when you discover “Autoplay,” you can kill the element.

Utilizing The Android App

  • Snap the menu button at the upper right of your screen.
  • When you’re there, look down and tap “Settings and Privacy,” at that point “Settings.”
  • Look down until you discover “Media and Contacts” and tap on it.
  • Tap on “Autoplay” and set it to “Never Autoplay Videos.”


  • Click on “More” in the left-hand menu, and afterward on “Settings and protection.”
  • Select “Data usage.”
  • Snap on the “Autoplay” setting. You would then be able to turn off the autoplaying of recordings on your feed.

Utilizing The iOS And Android Apps

  • Snap the profile picture at the head of your telephone screen.
  • Select “Settings and protection” in the menu.
  • Explore to “Data usage,” tap on “Video autoplay” and set it to “Never.”


The Instagram application doesn’t take into consideration autoplay recordings to be killed, so you’ll need to proceed cautiously here. Recordings don’t autoplay in the event that you use Instagram on your program, however since practically the entirety of the administration’s clients are utilizing it on cell phones, there’s right now no chance to get around it.


Reddit, as most destinations that have video, autoplays recordings as a matter of course. In any case, it’s really simple to turn it off.

Utilizing The Newest Design

  • Snap your username in the upper-right corner and select “User settings” in the menu.
  • Select the “Feed settings” tab at the head of the page, and flip off the “Autoplay media” switch.

Utilizing The Legacy Version

  • Snap “Preferences” close to your username in the upper right of the window.
  • Under “Media,” search for and uncheck “Autoplay Reddit videos on the desktop comments page.”
  • You’ll have to hit “save options” at the base of the screen to get the progressions through.

Utilizing The Mobile App

  • Tap the symbol close to the hunt bar, at that point hit “Settings.”
  • You’ll see “Autoplay” close to the head of the page, and you can undoubtedly decide to turn it off.

Desktop Browsers

There are an assortment of work area programs out there — some of which let you turn off video autoplay and some of which don’t.

Utilizing Google Chrome

In the event that you use Google Chrome and need to kill video autoplay — you can’t. There used to be an exploratory order line banner that permitted you to turn them off (you can discover the banners by composing chrome://banners/into Chrome’s location field), however it’s vanished.

Utilizing Microsoft Edge

Strikingly, Microsoft’s Edge program, which is likewise founded on the Chromium open-source configuration, lets you turn off — well, at any rate, limit — video autoplay:

  • Snap on the three specks in the upper right corner and select “Settings.”
  • In the left-hand segment, click “Site Permissions,” and afterward look down to and select “Media autoplay.”

You can either permit sound and video to play consequently or restrict it. As indicated by the directions, regardless of whether autoplay will work or not will rely upon “how you’ve visited the page and whether you interacted with media in the past.”

Utilizing Firefox

Firefox has a comparative element that lets you turn off autoplay, generally.

  • Snap on the three lines in the upper right corner of the program and select “Preferences.”
  • In the left-hand segment, click on “Protection and Security.”
  • Look down to the segment headed “Authorizations” and search for “Autoplay.” Click on the catch checked “Settings.”

A drop-down menu will let you permit sound and video, square sound, or square sound and video. You can likewise indicate locales that you need to contrast from your defaults — for instance, on the off chance that you square sound and video as a default, yet you need to permit it for, state, The Verge.

Utilizing Safari

Safari makes it easy to handicap autoplay. Actually, it accept that you need the component handicapped regardless. In any case, on the off chance that it hasn’t been crippled — or on the off chance that you need to make a few exemptions to the standard — this is what you do:

  • While in the application, go to Safari > Preferences in the top menu.
  • Click on “Websites” in the top menu.
  • Search for and select “Auto-Play” in the side menu.
  • Search for the drop-down menu at the base right of the window and select “Never Auto-Play.”

As with Firefox, you can whitelist any locales that you need to be a special case to the standard.


Twitter is currently revealing another approach to discover ‘Quote Tweets’ for all users

Twitter has been trying another approach to let clients effectively discover quote tweets by isolating them from ordinary retweets. The organization affirmed today that this component is currently being turned out to all clients around the globe.

Preceding this update, cites were viewed as standard tweets, which made it hard to track down certain responses to a particular post. Starting now and into the foreseeable future, quote tweets will have a committed segment in the tweet subtleties directly after retweets.

Not at all like the standard answer highlight, a tweet is viewed as a statement when it’s a repost of another tweet with a remark — and Twitter is rebranding this component from “Retweets with comments” to “Quote Tweets.” Quote tweets can be imparted to message, photographs, recordings, and even GIFs.

So as to get to cite tweets, you should simply tap a tweet and afterward tap the statement choice. When you pick the “Quote Tweets” alternative you’ll approach all retweets with remarks made by different clients. Standard retweets, answers, and likes will stay with committed areas.

This change is currently being delivered to clients with the most recent rendition of the Twitter application, which is accessible for nothing on the App Store. The application requires an iPhone, iPod contact, or iPad running iOS 12.0 or later.

The update is likewise accessible for Android clients on Google Play.


Twitter will now block links advancing hate speech and savagery

Twitter is shutting an escape clause in its standards to make it harder for clients to spread detest discourse and fierce substance. The organization is refreshing its arrangements to boycott connects to content that advances viciousness and scornful lead.

Twitter previously had manages set up notwithstanding contemptuous direct and brutality in tweets, yet the strategy didn’t stretch out to connected substance. So clients could viably skirt Twitter’s arrangements by connecting to content that would some way or another defy the organization’s norms on the off chance that it was posted straightforwardly.

With the new arrangement, which becomes effective July 30, Twitter may square explicit URLs from being shared on its foundation, and suspend accounts that every now and again share these sorts of connections. “Our goal is to block links in a way that’s consistent with how we remove Tweets that violate our rules,” the organization wrote in an announcement.