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Wireless Charging and High Resolution Camera are almost Decade old Technology ! And Nokia did it first

Wireless Charging or "Qi" Supported Charging (pronounced as Chi) which has been doing the rounds across flagships since 2019, was in fact existing much earlier than you would have expected! That's right smartphone manufacturers are ripping you off! Just kidding. Well, they aren't completely ripping you off because the tech was available in 2012 but not yet perfected. If we are going to talk about 2012 , that's quiescent point in Nokia's history as most of you might now. It was the last year when Nokia was still a market leader in the mobile phones category. Before, handing over the reigns with almost no fight to Apple or Samsung ,they had unveiled a series of products that were easily 3-4 years ahead of the time and it's a shame that they had to drop out of the race at that time. One of the dope tech that was unveiled was the Nokia Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 with Wireless Charging Capabilities that conformed with Qi standards.These were

Apple Mac Book to ditch the sluggish Intel for Good ?

There was a time when Computers/Laptops would be just assumed to have been based out of one entity and no one would even bother to look other way - it was none other than the semiconductor giant "Intel" (I know the tun.. tun tun.. tuun sound just popped into your head the moment I said "Intel")  But, over the years the "giant" status has been challenged by its competitors ARM , Qualcomm , AMD , NVIDIA and others. It has only gone on to harm the market share for Intel.  One of the major drawbacks as seen by most analysts is that Intel's foundry was somehow not able to keep up with the latest technological trends. Intel's own design and foundry were the primary reasons it was able to pull of such huge margins. TSMC,Samsung,Global Foundries and many other third party foundries have been able to invest heavily in R&D and have made leaps of advancement in downsizing the node. Currently, the "5nm" node is gearing up for shipment