This is the iPhone 12 and this is the Google Pixel five.
And I have both of these phones for one reason.
To do a camera comparison.
Let’s take some pictures and video.
Okay, first up, let’s take a look at the natural bouquet on each of the phones lenses.
So this is not portrait mode.
This is just the actual lenses, natural blurry effect in the background.
So this first picture here is the pixel five.
And it’s just a little like stem that didn’t get trimmed like all the other ones kind of rising above all
Product reviews are weird in 2020, and no device I’ve seen this year has been weirder than the Microsoft says has been in the works for years. It’s 9.9 millimeters thick when closed, 4.8mm when open, weighs 8.8 ounces (250 grams) and costs $1,200 for the starting configuration, with 128GB of storage. International prices aren’t yet available,. Microsoft’s return to phones takes the form of a dual-screen, hinged, foldable Android device that looks like two tiny iPads bonded together. Its two 5.6-inch OLED screens form an 8.1-inch display, bound together by a unique hinge that
Tallinn University of Technology, the only technological university in Estonia, is the flagship of Estonian engineering and technology training. I do know some of you’re surely depressing, but is it acceptable, that some of you will be doing what seems like a perpetual form of torturous sport, forevermore? It may be pleasing to some of the people who suppose that they have morgellons illness”, for all we know, like a pastime of kinds. I can not imagine it, nevertheless it seems to be that method, and it appears to be like like a bonding experience, for a lot of. I’m … Read More
Google and Apple are the two latest phone-makers to release a 5G phone: the long-awaited iPhone 12 ( ) and the Pixel 5, which Google unveiled alongside the Pixel 4A 5G, and are on sale now as well. The two biggest differences between the iPhone 12 and Pixel 5 are the price and the operating system.
Pricewise, this isn’t a very fair fight. While the $699 Pixel 5 (£599, AU$999) is Google’s current flagship, it lacks many of the premium features we’ve come to expect from brands like Samsung and Apple. (
Commentary: What open source founders don’t know might be their superpower. Find out more in this interview with Envoy founder Matt Klein.
In our efforts to uncover the keys to open source success, we may be overlooking the most important attribute of all: Profound naïveté. Talk to Dries Buytaert (Drupal) or Daniel Stenberg (cURL) or [insert name of your preferred project founder] and in nearly every case they started their respective projects to “scratch an itch” with no real sense of how difficult the work would be.
The same holds true for Matt Klein, founder of
Amazon’s Desktop as a Service product can virtualize the computing needs of your entire workforce, secure business data, and make life easier for remote employees and IT teams.
The modern workforce is more distributed than ever before, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only solidified the fact that working remotely is the way of the future for many businesses. That means the computing needs of modern businesses are changing as well—the perfect time for Desktop as a Service (DaaS) products like Amazon WorkSpaces to finally gain market traction.
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