Author: Adhiraj

Adhiraj is a tech and business enthusiast. He writes tech blogs in his free time. Adhiraj's hobby is reading books and reviewing them.

AMD Radeon driver supports RX 5300M graphics card

Not long ago, MSI released Alpha 15 notebook with the first AMD RX 5500M mobile graphics card and now AMD is also following the footsteps. AMD has released the latest epinephrine driver which officially supports the RX5300M graphics card. It …

How to Upgrade Your Xiaomi Mi Watch Firmware Version

According to the general manager of the Xiaomi Ecological Chain, Qu Heng, a small number of Xiaomi Mi Watch users will receive Grayscale upgrade today onwards. And by 5th December, all the Xiaomi Mi Watch will receive OTA upgrades. Mainly, …

Canon EOS Rs expected to launch with 65MP CMOS Sensor

Recently, a prototype of Canon’s EOS Rs full-frame mirrorless camera has been exposed with a 65-megapixel CMOS. It is higher than the 61-megapixels of Sony’s previously released Sony A7R4. As of now, there is not much news about Canon EOS …

iPhone 2020 will be bundled with AirPods: Report

It was reported that currently, Apple is working on its future lineup of products namely iPhone 2020 and AirPods Pro. Over the last couple of weeks, iPhone 2020 has been a part of numerous discussions. Now, it is being believed …

MediaTek increases Dimensity 1000 5G SoC price exponentially

On 26th November, MediaTek officially launched its first 5G single-chip Dimensity 1000. It came with an internal code MT6885. Some report claims, the cost of Dimensity 1000 5G Chip makes the consumers quite disappointed. Experts and analysts estimated that the …

Xiaomi’s new 10000mAh Power Bank comes with FM radio

It is reported that Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has launched a new mobile power bank with a “retro radio” design under the Youpin platform, and the power bank is capable of doubling as an FM radio. It has a battery …

Panasonic sells semiconductor business to Nuvoton Technology

Just a few hours back, today, Panasonic revealed that they are going to sell their semiconductor division to a midsize Taiwanese company because the company has been suffering consecutive losses in every quarter in that segment. Back in April, Panasonic …