The First One-Inch Sensor for Smartphones is Coming: Report

According to a report, Sony is set to release the first one-inch sensor specifically made for use in smartphones. The new sensor, called the Sony IMX700, would reportedly find itself in the upcoming Huawei Mate P50 series and the increased size would no doubt dramatically improve image quality.

The rumor comes from Teme (@RODENT950) on Twitter, who is normally known for leaking information on unreleased Huawei products, in this case, the Mate P50 series. There are of course limited details, but Teme does state that Huawei’s new phone camera using this sensor would supplement that large main camera

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Flipclutch Research Report: Hologram AR promotes the field of game shopping and becomes a new 5G infrastructure solution | News

HONG KONG, Dec. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — AR (Augmented Reality) is to superimpose virtual information in the real world, that is, to “enhance” reality. This enhancement can come from sight, hearing, and even touch. The main purpose is to integrate the real world and the virtual world in the senses. Among them, the cognition of the real world is mainly reflected in vision, which requires the use of cameras to help obtain information, and feedback in the form of images and videos.

The basic part of AR is the integration of computer vision and related fields. AR is an

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Two thirds of the world’s school-age children have no internet access at home, new UNICEF-ITU report says

NEW YORK/GENEVA, 1 December 2020 – Two thirds of the world’s school-age children – or 1.3 billion children aged 3 to 17 years old – do not have internet connection in their homes, according to a new joint report from UNICEF and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

The report How Many Children and Youth Have Internet Access at Home? notes a similar lack of access among young people aged 15-24 years old, with 759 million or 63 per cent unconnected at home.

“That so many children and young people have no internet at home is more than a digital gap

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Report: Digital marketing agencies during COVID-19

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The impact of COVID-19 was felt by agencies large and small across the globe. Read to find out what more than 130 digital agencies in the industry think about the impact of the outbreak and how they plan to navigate their business going forward.

COVID-19 versus digital businesses

The uncertainty of the prevailing coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the digital ecosystem worldwide. 

As the world economies try to reopen, many industries, especially those in the advertising and marketing sector will face large scale ramifications and challenges going ahead.

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Internet network outages are up, but not necessarily impacting users, report finds

The number of network disruptions across various elements of the internet rose sharply beginning in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic — but they often indicated traffic engineering work on the part of various service providers to adjust to changing demand and didn’t necessarily result in systemic performance degradation, a new report from ThousandEye found.

“Considering the sudden, unprecedented change in traffic flows brought on by the pandemic, the Internet has held up surprisingly well overall,” the report concluded.  ThousandEyes did observe a “precipitous rise” in network disruptions starting in March, but said that the increase “should not be taken

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Black gig workers speak out, Uber’s commitment to being anti-racist and Facebook’s diversity report – TechCrunch

Welcome back to Tech at Work, a bi-weekly roundup and analysis of labor, and diversity and inclusion in tech. 

This week, we’re looking at Uber’s anti-racism commitment, Shipt shoppers walking off the job, Facebook’s diversity report and Black gig workers organizing against tech companies. Also, hear from CODE2040 CEO Karla Monterroso on tech’s response to the recent racial justice uprising in the U.S.

“There are a lot of really well-intentioned people, but they’re like, ‘Hey, put me in touch with all your Black and Latinx people,” Monterroso told me. “We have definitely gotten requests for free access to our talent

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