Motorola Launches Moto E7 With A 48MP Main Camera For Under $150

Motorola has just announced a new low-cost smartphone under the E-series lineup. The new Moto E7 is a trimmed down variant of the recently launched Moto E7 Plus. It comes with a polycarbonate body and will be available in Aqua Blue, Mineral Gray, and Satin Coral color options. In terms of design, the Moto E7 even looks similar to its elder sibling and sports the same 48MP dual camera setup.

On the front, it sports a waterdrop notch display. The square camera module on the rear features a dual-camera setup and an LED flash. First off, it runs on Android 10 out of the box. Unlike the other affordable Android smartphones, the Moto E7 will offer a clean and ad-free UI.

All-new Moto E7 goes official with Helio G25 SoC & 48MP camera

The 6.5-inch IPS LCD display on this device offers HD+ (1600 x 720 pixels) resolution and a

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iPhone 12 Pro Max teardown reveals a truly huge main camera

It’s no secret that Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max boasts a larger main camera, but it’s now clear just how enormous that sensor really is. iFixit has posted a teardown of the iPhone 12 Pro Max that illustrates the camera size in vivid detail. While the cam itself is visibly larger, it’s the sensor-shift stabilization that puts it over the top — the full unit makes the regular 12 Pro’s main shooter look dainty by comparison. Apple might have needed to make “compromises” to stuff that camera into the smaller phone, iFixit said.



a hand holding a cell phone: Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max teardown with camera removed


Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max teardown with camera removed

Many other parts are larger, too. It’s not surprising that the battery is the largest for any current iPhone at 14.13Wh (albeit smaller than the 15.04Wh from the 11 Pro Max). However, the speaker and Taptic Engine are also huge, at least compared to the compact parts inside

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Amesite to Present at the LD Micro Main Event (XIII)

ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Amesite Inc. (Nasdaq: AMST), an artificial intelligence software company providing online learning ecosystems for business, higher education, and K-12, announced today that its Founder and CEO Dr. Ann Marie Sastry will be presenting to a live audience at the LD Micro Main Event on Monday, December 14th at 8:00 AM PT/11:00 AM ET.

To register for the live broadcast of the virtual event, visit: https://ve.mysequire.com/

“I am honored to have Amesite back after a very successful Zooming with LD presentation last month,” said LD Micro President Chris Lahiji.  “Given the need, online and remote learning has never been more critical, and Amesite is establishing real thought leadership on some changes that may be permanent.” 

“We are very, very proud to partner with LD. With the upcoming Main Event, they have created a truly innovative way for

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Trivia Night! Happy Hour! Team Building! Main Event Launches All-new, Live-hosted Virtual Experiences Platform Nationwide

PLANO, Texas, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The events of 2020 have transformed our daily lives in many ways, especially social behaviors and interactions. Do you miss trivia night with your BFFs? Happy Hour with co-workers? Team building with your colleagues or worried about how those annual office holiday parties are going to look like this year? So are we!

That’s why Main Event, the Plano, Tex.-based social entertainment brand famous for its huge venues that include state-of-the-art laser tag, bowling, virtual reality, arcade games, billiards and events, is launching an enterprise-wide series of Virtual Experiences designed to bring the thrill of play and teamwork that is such a part of the brand’s in-person identity to virtual guests nationwide.

Main Event Virtual Experiences targets groups, companies, social networks, holiday parties and more with a one-of-a-kind virtual party and team building platform that features live hosts taking participants through trivia,

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Here are the main tech ballot initiatives that passed last night

While the presidential election is still in the balance, several ballot initiatives with broad implications for how we use technology have passed.

Ballot initiatives pose questions to voters and can—if passed—create, amend, or repeal existing state laws. In total, there were 129 statewide ballot initiatives across the country in this presidential election, including many related to taxation and drug legalization.

Here’s a round-up of some of the initiatives on tech policy with broader national implications, and what they might mean for consumers, privacy, and corporations. We’ll update it as the passage of more such questions is confirmed over the next few days.

California: gig workers will not become employees 

Proposition 22 was easily approved by California voters, meaning that gig workers for apps like Lyft, Uber, and Doordash will not become employees of those companies. Instead they will remain independent contractors. This essentially overturns AB-5, passed last year, which would

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Spartans create a deep learning model for drug developers targeting the SARS-CoV-2 main protease — ScienceDaily

Michigan State University Foundation Professor Guowei Wei wasn’t preparing machine learning techniques for a global health crisis. Still, when one broke out, he and his team were ready to help.

The group already has one machine learning model at work in the pandemic, predicting consequences of mutations to SARS-CoV-2. Now, Wei’s team has deployed another to help drug developers on their most promising leads for attacking one of the virus’ most compelling targets. The researchers shared their research in the peer-reviewed journal Chemical Science.

Prior to the pandemic, Wei and his team were already developing machine learning computer models — specifically, models that use what’s known as deep learning — to help save drug developers time and money. The researchers “train” their deep learning models with datasets filled with information about proteins that drug developers want to target with therapeutics. The models can then make predictions about unknown quantities

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A TikTok VP shares main topics his team discusses with brands

  • Blake Chandlee, TikTok’s vice president of global business solutions, shared the three main topics his team discusses with brands in an interview at Business Insider’s Global Trends festival on Tuesday.
  • Chandlee said that brands typically ask about how to strike the right tone and be ‘authentic’ on TikTok, how to measure sales driven by TikTok ads, and how they can ensure ads are appearing in a brand safe environment on the app.
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As TikTok has grown from a social-media newcomer to a video powerhouse with 100 million US users, its conversations with brands have also matured. 

“It’s gone from [brands] being a year and a half ago, ‘Should we be there and what is this thing?’, to as it’s grown and it’s diversified its audience and certainly diversified content, now it’s, ‘Ok we need to be here,'” said Blake Chandlee, TikTok’s vice president

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