Twitter Prepares New Feature To Hide Old Tweets

Twitter Prepares New Feature To Hide Old Tweets

Twitter Prepares New Feature To Hide Old Tweets

Technology-Portfolio.Net - Twitter is planning to prepare a new feature to give users more privacy options. This option offers to hide old tweets so that they are not visible to other users after a certain amount of time.

Twitter also includes options that allow users to limit who can see the tweets the user likes, remove themselves from conversations, and let users delete followers without blocking them outright.

The new feature is part of a series of social privacy changes that aim to make users more comfortable engaging on Twitter.

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Internal research on Twitter seems to find that many users don't even know whether their account is public or private.

There is no timeline for when these features will be released as they are still in the concept phase.

However, Twitter is reportedly planning to start letting users remove themselves from conversations on Twitter by the end of the year and remove followers without blocking them this month.

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"Our focus on social privacy was inspired by the feedback we received through global research studies conducted to better understand user perceptions and needs for privacy around the world. We will begin testing some of these features as soon as next week," Twitter said. >
Over the past year, Twitter has been testing several features, including monetization that started rolling out last week and subscription-based Super Follows that launched in the United States.
Leaked iPhone 13 Series Price

Leaked iPhone 13 Series Price

Leaked iPhone 13 Series Price

Technology-Portfolio.Net - Apple will soon launch the iPhone 13, iPhone 13, Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and iPhone 13 Mini in September.

A recent report mentions the leaked price of the iPhone 13 series.

The cheapest price appears on the iPhone 13 Mini with a tag of US$850.

This phone comes with 64 GB of internal memory.

On the other hand, the most expensive price has been assigned to the iPhone 13 Pro Max with a tag of around US$2,179.

Here's the leaked price of the iPhone 13 series


iPhone 13 Mini
64 GB = 850 US dollars
128 GB = 927 US dollars
256 GB = 1,051 US dollars

iPhone 13
64 GB = 973 US dollars
128 GB = 1,051 US dollars
256 GB = 1,174 US dollars

iPhone 13 Pro
128 GB = 1,313 US dollars
512 GB = 1,622 US dollars
1 TB = 2,055 US dollars

iPhone 13 Pro Max
128 GB = 1,437 US dollars
512 GB = 1,746 US dollars
1 TB = 2,179 US dollars

The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will appear with an internal memory variant of up to 1 TB.

This price is twice as high as the previous iPhone 12 series.

Another difference is the notch design which will appear smaller.

The notch that serves to accommodate the front camera makes the screen to body ratio bigger.

In the engine section, the iPhone 13 series will be strengthened by the Bionic A15 processor which is claimed to have a better ratio of efficiency and 5G performance.

There are also improvements in terms of battery, where the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a capacity of 4,352mAh. This capacity is larger than the 3,687mAh in the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The thing that still hasn't changed is the screen size. Like the previous iPhone 12 series, the iPhone 13 still carries three screen sizes with details of 5.4 inches ( iPhone 13 Mini ), 6.1 inches (iPhone 13 regular and Pro), up to 6.7 inches (iPhone 13 Pro Max).
Leaked Huawei P50 Pro Lunar Vision, Brings A Unique Design On The Back

Leaked Huawei P50 Pro Lunar Vision, Brings A Unique Design On The Back

Leaked Huawei P50 Pro Lunar Vision, Brings A Unique Design On The Back

Technology-Portfolio.Net - The Huawei P50 Pro has five different color variants when it debuted last July. A leaker leaked that there is a special edition that is predicted to be called the Huawei P50 Pro Lunar Vision.

The image circulating on Weibo shows the Huawei P50 Pro carrying the white color. But not just white, the texture on the back of the body is designed as if it resembles the crater of the Moon.

This flagship will carry a 3D effect and emphasize a special aesthetic on the back. Apart from the customized design, other specifications are believed to be like the standard Huawei P50 Pro.

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It is still unknown whether the company also offers the feature or maybe Moon themed wallpapers inside the smartphone or not.

For information, the Huawei P50 Pro was introduced for the first time by bringing five color variants including Golden Black, Cocoa Gold, Pearl White, Charm Pink, and Rippling Clouds.

The leaker is still limited to rendering the appearance of the device and has not divulged the price tag.

The Huawei P50 Pro is priced at 5,988 yuan or US$ 923 for the lowest memory variant (8GB/128GB) with the Snapdragon 888 chipset in China.

The lowest memory variant (8GB/256GB) for the Kirin 9000 version is priced at 6,488 yuan or US$1000. Huawei P50 Pro is a new flagship from Huawei with a 6.6-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 1228 x 2700 pixels.

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Some of the screen specifications include a 120 Hz refresh rate, support for 1 billion colors, a density of 450 ppi and a screen-to-body ratio of 91.2 percent.

The device has four rear cameras configured with 50 MP (wide) + 64 MP (periscope telephoto) + 13 MP (ultrawide) + 40 MP (B/W). For information, the Huawei P50 Pro still relies on lenses from Leica.

The punch-hole on the front is used as a selfie camera with a 13 MP sensor. Moments after the launch, the Huawei P50 Pro was immediately named the flagship HP with the best camera performance version of the DxOMark camera benchmark site.

The top five positions are occupied by Huawei P50 Pro (144 points), Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra (143 points), Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ (139 points), Huawei Mate 40 Pro (136 points), and Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (133 points).
Release Soon, Xiaomi Mi 12 Relies On Snapdragon 898 Chipset

Release Soon, Xiaomi Mi 12 Relies On Snapdragon 898 Chipset

Release Soon, Xiaomi Mi 12 Relies On Snapdragon 898 Chipset

Technology-Portfolio.Net - Xiaomi will soon introduce a new device from its family, the Xiaomi Mi 12 . Ahead of its arrival, this device will use the Snapdragon 898 chipset from Qualcomm.

The Xiaomi Mi 12 device is confirmed to be the successor to the previous series from the Xiaomi family. As the successor, this device slides with a big improvement in the specification sector.

The Xiaomi Mi 12 will use the Snapdragon 898 chipset from Qualcomm which already supports LPDDR5X RAM.

For information, LPDDR5X RAM has just been introduced by JEDEC as a new flagship that enhances version 5 of the previous series.

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This LPDDR5X RAM promises maximum data rates from 6,400 Mbps to 8,533 Mbps. This speed is twice as big as the LPDDR4X RAM that was introduced earlier.

The Xiaomi Mi 12 will then be one of the Android devices to adopt this new technology. LPDDR5X RAM is certain to be a duet with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 898 in the innards sector.

Another leak regarding the Xiaomi Mi 12 mentions that this device will use a superior 200 MP camera sensor.

It is not known for certain about the size of the battery used by the Xiaomi Mi 12. However, this one device is expected to use 200W charging to support the battery sector. According to rumors, the new Xiaomi Mi 12 will be introduced as a new flagship in December 2021.
Windows 11 Cannot Be Installed on Incompatible PC

Windows 11 Cannot Be Installed on Incompatible PC

Windows 11 Cannot Be Installed on Incompatible PC

Technology-Portfolio.Net - When Microsoft announced Windows 11 many users were confused because their Windows 10 device was not compatible to be upgraded to the latest operating system. Now Microsoft confirms that users will not be able to install Windows 11 on non-standard PCs.

In a question and answer session at the Microsoft community forum, Microsoft Program Manager Aria Carley said the terms and conditions of PC specifications that can run Windows 11 will remain in effect to ensure the security of devices running by users.

"We know it sucks that some devices are not eligible for Windows 11," Carley said as quoted from BGR, Thursday (29/7/2021).

"But the thing to remember is that the reason we're doing it is to keep devices more productive, have better experiences and better security than ever before to keep them protected in this new workforce."

As is known, Windows 10 users complain that their devices are not compatible with Windows 11 because they do not have or have not activated the TPM 2.0 module.

Microsoft also initially wrote that the minimum specifications for PCs that support Windows 11 are those running the eighth generation Intel processors or the second generation AMD Ryzen processors. This provision certainly makes many users of Windows devices with older processors feel left out.

Carley also said that users don't have to bother checking whether their devices are eligible for an upgrade to Windows 11 or not. Later Windows itself will check automatically, and if the device does not meet the requirements then the system will not offer Windows 11 installation.

He stressed that Microsoft will not allow users who insist on installing Windows 11 on incompatible devices by using shortcuts, for example by modifying group policies.

"Group policy will not allow you to circumvent the hardware rules for Windows 11. We will still block you from updating your device to an unsupported state because we want to make sure your device remains supported and secure," explains Carley.

Windows 11 will roll out for free over the holiday season to eligible Windows 10 users. Had caused controversy, Microsoft currently has not provided another update on the device specification requirements that must be met to install Windows 11.

It is also possible that advanced users will find a way to install Windows 11 on incompatible devices. But don't just look for Windows 11 installation files on the internet because there are fake files that contain malware.
Release Soon, Leaked iPhone 13 Specifications

Release Soon, Leaked iPhone 13 Specifications

Release Soon, Leaked iPhone 13 Specifications

Technology-Portfolio.Net - Many rumors about the iPhone 13 have been circulating, including the launch schedule. Recent reports seem to confirm the timing of Apple's iPhone launch in September 2021.

In previous years, Apple always launched the latest iPhone in September. But the impact of Covid-19 last year made the company delay the release of the iPhone 12 for a month.

Apple plans to produce 90 million units for the iPhone 13. That number is a sharp increase from last year, because the company usually only orders 75 million units at the initial launch of a new iPhone.

Apple's big production goals indicate the launch event will take place in mid-September. If true, it will return Apple's tradition before the iPhone 12 lineup launched last year.

A separate report earlier this year said the iPhone 13 would launch in the third week of September. The possibility is September 14 but it could also be September 24 based on the previous release time.

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As is known the world is hit by a shortage of chips at this time, but that does not affect Apple's ability to mass produce new iPhones. As Apple is a major client of TSMC, which manufactures special A and M series chips for iPhone, iPad and Mac, it is likely the company's business will be a priority.

Meanwhile, from the information currently circulating, the iPhone 13 will have four variants. Consisting of a regular version with screens measuring 5.4 inches and 6.1 inches, then there are 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch Pro models.

That one of the iPhone 13 models will use an LTPO screen and support a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. Apple has previously used the technology on the Apple Watch to enable the always-on feature.

There is also news that the iPhone 13 will have a smaller notch. It is also possible that the notch will shrink even further next year.

Meanwhile, in-display fingerprints will not be found in the iPhone 13. But according to a report, Apple has carried out trials for this feature.

For the camera, it is reported that the iPhone 13 will equip it with advanced video recording features and optimal zoom enhancements. This includes upgrading the successor to the A14 Bionic processor.