Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, rejected the notion of implementing RCS messaging to get rid of the green bubbles that enclose texts when iPhone users text someone using an Android handset. When asked how Apple co-founder Steve Jobs would feel about using the RCS standard at Vox Media’s Code 2022 event on Wednesday night, Cook responded, “I don’t hear our users demanding that we put a lot of attention on it at this moment.” LiQuan Hunt of Vox Media, who posed the query, responded with a very reasonable concern that his mother cannot view the movies he sends her because iMessage and RCS, a next-generation messaging technology that enables the sending of higher-quality images and photos, are not compatible with one another. If you’ve ever tried to send a video from Android to iOS (or vice versa), you know that the other end’s video is utterly blurry. What was Cook’s response to this fairly irksome problem? Get your mother an iPhone. Cook, who is focusing on iPhone owners’ thoughts in public, shows that Google’s campaignto publicly shame Apple into adopting the standard has had no impact. There are, of course, other reasons to avoid including RCS,for instance, emails found during the Epic trial quoted Apple’s Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, as saying that “iMessage on Android would simply serve to remove [an] obstacle to iPhone families giving their kids Android phones.”
A view from the space station was shown in the time-lapse film as it moved over the Indian Ocean and approached the Coral Sea to the east of Australia, during which the aurora could be observed. The breathtaking display of shimmering aurora visible from orbit was captured in an extra-ordinay video shot from the International Space Station (ISS),after a mild geomagnetic storm struck our globe on Sunday, the ISS uploaded the video to Twitter. Video link:- https://twitter.com/Space_Station/status/1566583137320124417?t=BLZODjU0pta4V2Q7hEkLDA&s=19 The stunning display of shimmering aurora visible from orbit was captured in an astounding video shot from the International Space Station (ISS) after a mild geomagnetic storm struck our globe on Sunday, the ISS uploaded the video to Twitter. Most commonly observed at high or polar latitudes, this phenomena takes place in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. The auroras are occasionally visible to astronauts at eye level because, according to the Canadian Space Agency, they happen at an altitude that is similar to that of the space station. The tweet has received nearly 3,000 likes and more than 113,000 views since it was uploaded. Internet surfers were astounded by the video.
Sony’s most recent PS5 models have had their internal architecture completely redone. Australia saw the launch of a redesigned PS5 model last month.For the PS5, Sony has modified the SSD housing, used a new, smaller motherboard, and updated the cooling. On the PS5, a new cooling system has previously been implemented. Last year, Sony released a new version of the product with a smaller heatsink. There may be some tangible advantages for the PS5 as a result of all of these modifications. Reports are that the new PS5 model uses 20 to 30 watts less power while gaming while producing roughly the same amounts of heat andnoise. The launch of the new PS5 model coincides with Sony raising PS5 costs outside of the US. Sony is raising the cost of the PS5 in the UK, Europe, Australia, Mexico, China, and Canada. In Europe, prices are rising by 10%, in Japan by 21%, and in the UK by about 6%.