Honor 30 Camera Module Leak Tips Sony IMX700 Sensor, Periscope Lens

Honor 30 from Huawei-backed brand Honor is set to launch on April 15, the company had earlier revealed on Chinese micro-blogging website Weibo. The Honor 30 has earlier been rumoured to come with Sony’s 50-megapixel IMX700 camera. Now, a report based on a picture of the Honor 30’s camera module further fuels the speculation that the Honor 30 might just sport the 50-megapixel Sony camera. The image shows a quad camera setup, along with a dual-LED flash and features like the Octa PD Autofocus seen on the Huawei P40 Pro as well.

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COVID-19 could forever change IT as we know it–for the better

The coronavirus crisis could force companies to embrace remote work and create a new normal.

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One of my first real technology jobs was moonlighting at a corporate help desk while in college. I sat in a small rectangle of cubicles with a dozen other people on the night shift, in a section of the “glass house” data center, where we’d quietly sit (and occasionally doze) with the soothing sounds of large minicomputers and imposing hardware, all in a glass-walled room in the center of an otherwise standard office floor.

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How to use Microsoft Power Automate to create simple email notifications

Simple automation in Windows 10 and Office 365 can be achieved with an online workflow service known as Microsoft Power Automate. Here is just one example.

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Long before Microsoft Windows 10, power users have been taking advantage of operating system scripting languages to run repetitive tasks. With the necessary knowhow, a little planning, and some mild coding, a user could automate mundane tasks and free their time for more important endeavors.

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