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Why are All Tech Giants working on Hologram or 3D?

 In a world, where we have somehow sped through adopting video conferencing as the default way of communication, it is only logical to think about what happens next! In the last one year alone we have seen the rise of Zoom video calling to Microsoft Teams to Google Hangouts etc pickup the pace and cater to the exploding consumer demand. Up until 2020, all this stuff was planned for some where around 2022 when the mass public was equipped to make best use of these services. Believe it or not, in times of crises the general public is super fast in adopting to new technologies. It's sort of mass adrenaline pump through in a very short period of time. In this post today, we will explore what are the new age tech that will be a thing of normal 5 years or 10 years from now.  What has triggered this 3D Revolution ? In the recent Google I/O there was a brief video that was played that showcased a project they were working on and it went something like this :  You see what they are aiming

Poco X3 NFC - A Flagship Experience at Budget Price ?

  While you would have been overwhelmed by the number of product launches that have happened in the last two months. And one might even wonder what is actually the difference between each of these ? I mean is it really necessary to launch so many products in succession now the lockdown is easing out globally ? Well, they have put investment and they need the returns now. Anyway, Poco X3 "NFC" was launched this week with brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G processor which offers 15% higher performance in CPU and Gaming over the Snapdragon 730G (Gaming is awesome btw)!. If you're wondering if NFC stands for something other than the already known "NFC" (Near Field Communication btw) then let me stop you right there - It's NOT!  It's just they probably ran out of names - "pro", "ultra", "lite","max" and what not. NFC has been there like for a decade now. The phone that I purchased during my college had NFC and that