Friday, September 23, 2016

Here’s how you can become a good engineer!

All good engineers have these qualities. Check them here

Developing into a good engineer is a lifelong venture. Engineers have created the world we live in today. The industrial ages of mechanisation, electrification, and digitalisation are the consequence of engineering excellence. Each age has impacted the work environment and the skills required for success. With the advent of mechanisation came factories and the nine-to-five work culture. Engineers designed, built and diagnosed the steam engines, the cams and the pistons that mechanised all production processes.

With mechanisation came rapid transportation systems by land and sea, enabling larger global trade. Electrification enabled higher efficiency in operations making mass production possible with every factory tool being motorised and the creation of the modern production line. Engineers designed and built electricity generation, transmission, and distribution equipment that brought electricity to homes, factories and farms.

With digitalisation, the primary work location shifted from the factory to the office. Increasing level of automation and remote operation of factories allowed engineers to focus on electronic design and software implementation for factory and office automation. Today, with the democratisation of digitalisation offered by mobile phones, engineers are building cyber-intelligent systems that digitalise every conceivable decision through algorithms.
Despite the rapidly changing environment, the underlying basis for engineering excellence endures. Broadly speaking, I group engineering excellence into three categories: 
1) Building a solid foundation
2) Developing an engineering mindset 
3) Focusing on execution.

Build a solid foundation
1. Strong fundamentals: When in doubt, always go to the fundamentals. Be it Newton’s Laws or the derivative Navier Stokes Equation, Maxwell’s equations or the derivative static, diffusion or wave equations. It is important to understand the physical meaning of mathematical expressions and be able to hand calculate approximate values of variables for critical verification. It is also important to understand the limitations of numerical methods and determine where experimentation is necessary.
2. Deep technical focus: Rome was not built in a day. It takes time and focused effort to develop engineering excellence. Each new learning experience is just a door that opens up a myriad of unknowns. It is important to focus and develop deep-rooted expertise in a single technical area for a minimum of six years early in one’s career. It is also true that once an expertise is developed, the ability to translate the learning to other technical areas is relatively quicker and easier. However, the credibility from the core technology area sticks throughout one’s career and hence is extremely important.
3. Hands-on expertise: The best way to ‘see’ an engineered part is with your hands. There are a number of hurdles to be overcome between a thought experiment or theory and actual realisation in the field. It is important to take every opportunity to experience the complete product life cycle. Books cannot capture or substitute the lessons of hands-on learning. Speed in engineering comes from a gut instinct of what might work. This instinct is developed through hands-on work.
4. Simulation expertise: Experimentation matters. With advances in simulation, the volumes of iterative physical experiments required have been dramatically reduced through the effective use of validated models. It is important for modern-day engineers to effectively use simulation tools and computational power at their disposal. At the same time, it is important to understand and prevent numerical errors that creep in through a variety of sources.
5. Continuous learning: Once an engineer, always a student. The accumulated knowledge in engineering is huge, but miniscule compared to the amount of unknown possibilities in the physical world. An engineer excels by continuously striving to be at the edge of knowledge and scientific progress. It is the mapping of a new science or material to new market needs that advances the frontiers of engineering.
Develop an engineering mindset
1. Attention to detail: The devil is in the detail. Engineering is about figuring out the details. Many showstoppers are not apparent at the big picture level. Manufacturing issues, cost issues, life issues, and ‘maintainability’ and ‘inspectability’ issues are amongst the many issues that need to be fleshed out. Solutions to problems can create new ones in their wake if regression analysis and testing are not performed. Engineering excellence, hence, is in the detail.
2. System-level thinking: ‘The whole is other than the sum of its parts.’ From an engineering standpoint, it is important to be able to define and model complex interactions among components that make up an engineered system, and implement the system with effective use of available resources. While we work on a component, the system should not be forgotten. In system engineering, the output of a system is typically linked to a customer need.
3. Market and customer orientation: First understand what the market needs and then proceed to make it. Engineering is about serving the market. Every feature should be looked at from a customer’s viewpoint. This does mean not just listening to the customer. It also means anticipating the customer need and changes in the market. It is important to maintain an external connection through journals, tradeshows, databases, industry peers, end-customers and emerging markets.
4. Innovation and change orientation: Innovation is finding new ways of creating value. An engineer should keep abreast with the cutting edge technology, while serving the current market needs. Every new market need and customer problem can be looked at as opportunities to innovate, leveraging the latest knowledge in the field. Innovation is clearly not only idea generation, but also the ability to take the idea to market. Innovation needs the engineer to create with freedom, nurture with passion and change with detachment.
5. Engineering judgment: An ounce of engineering judgment sometimes works the miracle of tonnes of analysis. Engineering judgment comes from the confidence and decision-making capability developed through technical knowledge, experience and an appetite for risk-taking. Engineering judgment enables the engineer to quickly sense and articulate risks, and also come up with optimal solutions to complex technical problems. Engineering judgment is a starting point and needs to be followed by detailed analysis, experimentation and validation.
Focus on execution
1. Critical analysis: Measure twice and cut once. The ability to draw the right engineering conclusions from available data includes understanding whether the data is insufficient to support a claim and what additional data would enable a better conclusion. Also important to critical analysis is knowing which tool or experiment would give you the best information required to make the right conclusion and decision.
2. First time right and design margin: Quality is reputation, quality is credibility and quality is revenue. With products such as aircraft engines and nuclear reactors in the portfolio, there is no second chance. Being right the first time with adequate design margin is of paramount importance. Having the right tests and statistically significant number of tests to ensure confidence in our designs and testing our designs for failure to understand the validity of our design margins is critical for success.
3. Detailed documentation and design practices: Work not documented is work not performed. Every engineering success and every failure has a lesson that needs to be shared. Documenting is also a way to unlock certain missed details. By writing for others, you articulate certain assumptions, which upon expression might throw new light on the problem being addressed. Documenting your work is also a means of collaborating with yourself over time. Design practices are vital to ensure design knowledge developed through intense analysis and experimentation is transferred to the engineering community.
4. Cost / productivity consciousness: One of the responsibilities of an engineer is to take an idea to market. A significant component of success in the market is to be able to give the best value. To ensure good contribution margins while providing excellent customer value, an organisation has to have a handle on the cost and productivity. Hence, the engineer’s job is to also keep in mind the cost and productivity while still optimising quality and schedule.
5. Sense of urgency and desire to win: Sometimes it is all about time-to-market. The engineering incentive is to be the first with an elegant technical solution to significantly enhance human health or comfort in an environmentally friendly way. A sense of competitiveness and a race to be the first have defined many engineering successes from the light bulb to the aircraft engine to decoding the human genome.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

7 Reasons You Should Quit Facebook

Ten years ago Facebook was just cresting as the cool new social media site that helped you keep in touch with the people you didn’t actually like in high school. We fed it our thoughts and feelings, shared our meals and locations and our top ten movie lists, kept it up-to-date on our relationship status, political views, favorite links, and personal information — all in the name of staying connected, and all without a thought to our security. But with a decade of questions regarding how Facebook makes money now answered, and a general understanding of how sharing information online can be dangerous (while the platform constantly updates its security protocol), we continue to use it anyway, even though many of us are just checking in as ritual and have threatened our exit from Facebook for years.

Of course, screen time in moderation is, for the most part, perfectly acceptable, and social media can offer a few genuinely beneficial uses. But before you log in or tap that app on your smartphone again, here are a few reasons to quit Facebook in 2015.

It Wastes Your Time
It's estimated that the average casual user (17 minutes per day on Facebook) who has been active on the site for 10 years has wasted upwards of 40 entire days of their lives scrolling and liking and commenting on pictures and posts. And more engaged users, who spend at least an hour a day on the site, have clocked 150 days feeding the Facebook beast during the same time. Think about how long you spend on the site each day, and what else could be a more productive use of your time.

Facebook Uses You to Sell Stuff...
In 2012, the site manipulated posts from 689,000 accounts without consent in an experiment that examined whether or not it could affect your emotions by making a few edits on your page. The study was done, according to Facebook, to "improve our services and to make the content people see on Facebook as relevant and engaging as possible." Skeptics think it was really used to discover the monetary benefit of a Like. COO Sheryl Sandberg later apologized, adding that they "never meant to upset you."

And Targets You with Advertisements
One time you wanted to buy a thing, and then you searched for that thing, and six months later Facebook is still reminding you that you should think about buying that thing, even if you already bought the thing. Yes, most sites do this thanks to embedded cookies, but only Facebook seamlessly posts these ads in your timeline with enough regularity that you can only assume your friend has an odd obsession with the latest Norelco razor.

It's Bad for Your Health
Facebook isn't just a harmless website dedicated to cataloging your vacations, poor wardrobe choices, and myopic thoughts on sporting events (which can both define or destroy relationships), it can actually do you harm. Studies hint that it can impact your immune system and inhibit the release of growth hormones, impair digestion and vision, limit thinking and kill creativity, and affect sleep patterns and happiness.

"Who Are These People, Anyway?"
The average adult has 338 friends on Facebook and probably doesn't know more than 10 percent of them anymore, or at all. Many of them likely have new lives, some have new last names, new passions, new facial hair, and new humans they're now responsible for keeping alive (read: babies). These are not the friends you knew, and semi-casually keeping up with them is a waste of time that could be better spent with new, real friends. Or on Twitter.

"But I Don't Care About Privacy"
Fair. That's your right. But the problem is that we're setting precedent for the future without yet understanding how it will affect the free and open Web, and simultaneously creating an internet that relies on you having a Facebook account to access sites that are not Facebook. As one of nearly 1.2 billion users to date, odds are decent that your account won't be hacked by someone with ill-will toward your family. That doesn't mean that permitting easy access to your information goes without consequence, both immediately and decades from now.

Nothing You Post Actually Matters

Very few people care what you're doing, whom you're with, where you're eating, or what you just bought, and the people who do were probably right next to you when you did it. We all saw that funny Ice Bucket Challenge video, and if we didn’t see it, it's fine. We're all fine. You'll sleep well without knowing which childhood toys you owned are now worth a fortune, and you will absolutely "believe what happened next" on Upworthy, because someone took time to write about it. These articles only exist because you share them on Facebook, and you only share them because they exist. So, instead, just invite a friend over to talk about how much you both loved Save By the Bell. The internet can only take so much nostalgia.

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Friday, September 16, 2016

Wondering Why The Headphone Jack Missing In The iPhone 7? Here's Why

With every new iPhone release, it is now a tradition for iFixit, the device repairing site to break the device apart and look what has changed inside. Through the teardown process, they found out just what replaced the headphone jack exactly.

So as expected, iFixit performed a complete teardown of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to dole out information about internal parts that Apple preferred to leave out in its keynote speech during the iPhone 7 launch event.

iFixit says the process of tearing down the iPhone 7 Plus is quite similar to the previous models. It found that the classic pentahole screws are still there along with two familiar screws holding each side of the lightning connector.

Because the iPhone 7 Plus is now water resistant, the device opens to the side once the display is removed.

Coming to the headphone jack, the geeks at iFixit found that the newly introduced Taptic Engine takes up most of the space reserved for the 3.5mm headphone jack. However, interestingly there is now a plastic bumper where the headphone jack used to be.

While the Taptic Engine that powers the home button in the iPhone 7 Plus is the reason for the headphone jack going kaput, iFixit notes that water proofing is also one of the major reasons for ditching it.

Apart from this, iFixit also found out the exact amount of juice the new iPhone batteries have. While the iPhone 6 Plus ran on a 2750mAh battery, the new iPhone 7 Plus features a 2915mAh battery. During the keynote speech, Apple only revealed the new iPhone 7 Plus will give an hour of battery more than its predecessor. With the exact figure revealed, it seems it is indeed the battery that has become larger along with OS-level optimizations.

The dual camera setup was also examined by the team at iFixit. It noted that the camera has "dual lenses, dual sensors and two little connectors."

There are two 12-megapixel cameras, one with a wide-angle lens along with optical image stabilization similar to the iPhone 7 and another, a telephoto lens for optical zoom.

There are also two sensors that Apple claims is 60 per cent faster and 30 per cent energy efficient than the predecessors.

The cameras are built into a chassis to enable waterproofing and dust protection. This chassis is the reason behind the ugly camera bump in the iPhone 7 Plus.

The website still hasn't started the teardown of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7. As for the new Apple Watch Series 2, the teardown process has just started which iFixit notes is now much easier thanks to the new ZIF connectors.

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Important Programming languages for Hackers

Many of our readers often send us queries about which programming language they should learn. Some want to know quick fix hacking solutions. Almost all tech gadgets are built with coding. Every App, game or site that you use is programmed in a particular computer language. You need to know that hacking is not a click-of-a-button job but a serialized and compartmentalized vocation which uses different programming languages for different uses.

Most of the websites out there will give you list of most popular programming languages in the world. We at try to make it more easy for budding security researchers and hackers by breaking up the programming languages used by hackers.

Hacking is usually meant to break a code. There are three sections of hacking ― Web Hacking, Exploit Writing & Reverse Engineering and each of it requires different programming language.

1. Web Hacking

Since most of the tech is build around world wide web, it is important to learn web hacking to be a good hacker. Let’s say you are interested in hacking web apps and/or websites then you will need to learn web coding. Websites use mostly HTML, PHP and JavaScript so it is important to learn these three.


One of the easiest and widely used static markup web language present in each and every website you see in your browser. It’s recommended to learn HTML because it helps understanding web actions, response, and logic.


JS is a client-side web programming mostly used in web sites for better user interface and quick response. If you are interested in a hacking career you need to learn JavaScript because it helps to understand client-side mechanism which is essential for finding client-side flaws.


A dynamic server-side language which is responsible for managing web-apps and database. PHP is considered one of the most essential language because it controls everything on site and server, like a captain of a ship. It is advised to learn PHP nicely.


SQL is responsible for storing and managing sensitive and confidential data such as user credentials, bank and personal information about the website visitors. Black hat hackers mostly target SQL database and steal information which is later sold on underground dark web forum. If you want to be good security researcher, you should learn SQL so that you can find flaws in a website and report them.

2. Exploit Writing

After web hacking, another most important feature of hacking is exploits. You can crack a particular software by writing a exploit. But to write a exploit you need to learn either Python or Ruby.


It is said that a security researcher or hacker should know Python because it the core language for creating exploits and tools. Security experts and even pro hackers suggest that master Python is the best way to learn hacking. Python offers wider flexibility and you can create exploits only if you are good in Python.


Ruby is a simple yet complicated object-oriented language. Ruby is very useful when it comes to exploit writing. It is used for meterpreter scripting by hackers. The most famous hacker tool, Metasploit framework is programmed in Ruby. Though Ruby may not be as versatile as Python, knowledge of Ruby is must in understanding exploits.

3. Reverse Engineering

Reverse engineering, the process of taking a software program’s binary code and recreating it so as to trace it back to the original source code. If you know reverse engineering you can find flaws and bugs easily. If you want to learn reverse engineering you need to know C, C++ and Java. The process of converting the code written in high level language into a low level language without changing the original program is known as reverse engineering.

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Sunday, September 11, 2016

8 iPhone 7 details you may have missed

You’ve read the press release (which confirmed most of the rumors) so what else might you want to know when you pick up iPhone 7 and it wakes up? What follows are a few details some of which you may not have come across.

Get to the Camera
Apple made a successful explanation of the advanced new camera technologies you’ll find in iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus. The standard iPhone 7 comes with a 12MP camera, while the iPhone 7 Plus boasts a dual-camera system, with a wide-angle and telephoto lens that provides 2x optical zoom, and 10x digital zoom for photos. Both get optical image stabilization and an ƒ/1.8 aperture that allows up to 50 percent more light than the 6s. The lens has been improved and will capture better photos in low light, while the flash is 50% brighter than before with an intelligent sensor designed to compensate for flicker. You can learn more about the camera here. These improvements are big enough to have helped many consumers get past the loss of the headphone jack. You can unlock the camera by swiping your finger right on the lockscreen when your iPhone is locked. Doing so brings up the camera app so you can grab a snap fast. I still don’t know if you can use Siri to take a picture.

Live Photos
Live Photos improve in iPhone 7. Not only does the built-in camera offer optical stabilization tools that should improve image quality, but it also provides better Live Photos editing tools so you can tweak those moving images to just the right fragment. Apple is also making these tools available to third party app developers.

That processor
We know the new A10 Fusion processor is ultra-powerful, 40 percent faster than the A9 the quad-core chip delivers twice the performance of iPhone 6. A Geekbench listing for the iPhone 7 Plus spotted by 9to5Mac claims the device carries 3GB of RAM. This generates a single-core score of 3,233 and a multi-core result of 5,363, just a few points behind the 5,472 performance you get from a 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Apple hasn’t disclosed how much RAM it has put inside the new phones, but a TENNA certification has emerged online that pegs the iPhone 7 Plus as holding 3GB RAM, while the iPhone 7 uses just 2GB.

Setting up Home
Apple’s iPhone 7 Home button uses a Force Touch enabled taptic engine and sensor that should make it more responsive. One thing you probably didn’t know is that you can customize button behavior in iPhone Settings>General>Home. Here you can choose what happens when you double-click the Home button. Doing so will take you to your choice of Home, Search, Phone Favorites, Camera or iPod. You can also set the Home button up in order that when you are playing music a double click will take you directly to music playback controls.

Better audio?
The decision to abandon the headphone jack actually makes more sense than it creates non-sense. You see, not only is Apple able to deliver better digital audio through the Lightning cable, but the removal of the port has created the space Apple needed for the Taptic Engine and a stereo speaker system. This means that when you use iPhone 7 for music or video playback you’ll get better volume and better sound clarity. Apple includes a pair of Lightning EarPods in the box, along with a Lightning to 3.5mm jack conversion adapter. The company also introduced new wireless AirPods ($159), which use a custom W1 wireless chip; however, as these aren’t water resistant I’d recommend most consumers choose one of Apple’s Beats subsidiaries new headphones which you can safely use when you run.

Jet Black
Apple’s designers love to experiment with new materials and process technologies and the new Jet Black iPhone is positive proof of this. That’s not to say there aren’t a few snags, not only does the small print warn that this finish may be “prone to fine micro-abrasions”, but you can only get it on the 128GB or 256GB iPhone models. The smartphones are also available in (matte) black, silver, gold and rose gold.

Water resistance
The iPhone 7 has IP67 water resistance. This doesn’t mean you want to leave it overnight in the rain, but does mean it will be able to withstand being in up to a meter of water for up to 30 minute. The iPhone 7 also has a moisture detection feature that will warn you if it finds moisture inside the device – if the warning comes up you should disconnect any accessory from the Lightning port and leave the device to dry.

This is 7
Apple’s “This is 7” slogan means something fairly rude in Hong Kong, so the company changed it.

“You’re holding it wrong”

Remember when Steve Jobs told us all we were “holding it wrong” as the company worked to undo the damage of antenna-gate? Well, the scientists say he was right all along.

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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

The iPhone 7’s new A10 Fusion: quad-core, high-efficiency, and a more powerful GPU

Apple announced the iPhone yesterday, along with its A10 microprocessor. We’ll have to wait a bit to see how the new CPU compares with the A9 in terms of overall performance, but Apple shared some significant details of what to expect with the new chip.

Past rumors have suggested a second-generation 14nm SoC built at TSMC, but Apple said nothing about either its process node or foundry manufacturer of choice. What we do know is that the new A10 is a quad-core, 3.3-billion transistor CPU (the A9 CPU contained more than two billion transistors) with an estimated 40% performance advantage over A9 (according to Apple).

Ever since it debuted the iPhone 4s, Apple has stuck to a dual-core policy for its iPhone, even as its Android competitors steadily boosted their core counts. It’s become common for flagship Android devices to field 4-8 cores — either a single cluster of high-end CPUs like the Snapdragon 820, or a combination of high-end and low-power CPUs in a unified cluster via ARM’s big.Little.

When ARM debuted big.Little it was by no means certain that the idea would take off. As we covered at the time, making the large and small CPU clusters talk to each other effectively required some heavy lifting from both SoC manufacturers and Android itself. Intel, meanwhile, believed that it could use Dynamic Frequency and Voltage Scaling to effectively address the market with a single CPU or CPU cluster, rather than relying on clusters of high-performance and high-efficiency CPU cores that share data and workloads amongst themselves.

Apple isn’t calling its own cluster implementation big.Little, but its implementation of the same concept appears similar. The A10 will combine two high performance cores with 40% better performance than the A9 with two high-efficiency cores that draw 1/5 the power of the A10’s high-end chips. The controller that manages these workloads is custom Apple silicon, so we don’t know how well Apple’s solution will compare with ARM’s. Apple could be facing a learning curve here — the first chips to implement big.Little didn’t actually do so properly and it took several technology and Android iterations before the standard was fully supported in both hardware and software. Alternately, Apple may have been developing the technology through several revisions, and only rolled it out when it knew it had everything nailed down.

Apple is also claiming that the new GPU inside the iPhone 7 will deliver 50% more graphics performance than A9 and 240x more performance than the original iPhone. These gains appear to have been plotted against the iPhone 6s rather than the 6s Plus. The iPhone 7’s battery life is said to have improved as a result of these changes, with more than two hours of run-time compared with the iPhone 6s and one hour more than the iPhone 6s Plus.

Apple’s decision to use a similar technology to big.Little should pay dividends in terms of battery performance, but we’ll have to wait for more details before we can compare the two technologies. The latest revisions of big.Little allow for workloads to be shared across all the CPU cores in a device, provided its thermal budget allows for this. Apple may have duplicated this functionality with the A10 Fusion. Apple is also claiming that its screens are now 25% brighter than before, and these types of changes can have a significant impact on battery life.

Heading into the event there were rumors that the iPhone would use an Intel-branded modem rather than a Qualcomm chip, but if this is true Tim Cook didn’t mention it. The new Fusion technology Apple is debuting here is a significant shift for its device strategy and it’ll be interesting to see how the new hardware impacts overall SoC performance. The GPU is presumably by Imagination Technologies — they’ve built the hardware for every iPhone and there’s no sign Tim Cook changed suppliers for the iPhone 7.

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Sunday, September 4, 2016

This smartphone is the mother and father of them all with 12GB of RAM and 2 Snapdragan 830 SoCs

Meet Turing’s Cadenza, there is no smartphone on earth like it.

Imagine a smartphone with two Snapdragon 830 SoCs, 12GB of RAM, 12MP front cameras, and 60MP rear cameras. Yes! These are the specs of the forthcoming smartphone from the house of Turing which is popular for its hack proof smartphones.

While other manufacturers are trying to push the RAM boundaries to 6GB, Turing Cadenza will have exactly double that at 12GB of RAM.

Turing has been famous for its completely secure products and pushing the envelope further, Turing Robotics Industries (TRI) has announced its intention to release a smartphone with literally insane specs.

Turing’s new super smartphone will be released in 2017 and called the Turing Phone Cadenza. Cadenza has previously unheard and unbelievable specs. Imagine a smartphone in your hand with two Snapdragon 830 SoCs, 12GB of RAM, 12MP front cameras, and 60MP (yes, it is 60!) rear cameras.

And folks that’s not all. Turing’s smartphone’s rear camera is not something ordinary but an iMAX 6K Quad Rear Camera with Triplet Lens/T1.2. If the Cadenza becomes a reality and I am pretty sure it will, it will the first smartphone to capture 60MP photos and 6K videos. The matter of storage comes to.

Wait, Turing is not done yet! With such heavy specs, there is a small matter of internal storage. If it was a normal smartphone, 128-256GB would have done the job but Cadenza being a Turing masterpiece will have 1TB of internal storage. Not that 1TB is less but Cadenza will also give you opportunity to add additional memory via two microSD card slots for that extra bit.

Turing is planning to do to smartphones what Jio has done to mobile telephony in India! Revolutionize it by disrupting it.

For connectivity, Turing’s Cadenza will have NanoSIM slots as well as WiGig.

To power this super smartphone, Turing Phone Cadenza will derive whopping 100wh of power from three sources: a 2,400mAh graphene superconductor battery, a 1,600mAh lithium ion battery, and a hydrogen fuel cell.

And as you may have guessed by now, Android and iOS can’t power this super giant of a smartphone. So Turing is relying on Swordfish OS, which is capable of deep learning, running a neural network, using differential privacy and natural language processing.

The reason why Turing intends to take the smartphone market to the next level is Outer Blueprint program, which aims to improve mobile communication with the use of artificial intelligence. The company calls the Turing Phone Cadenza a “perfectly designed device.”

The company calls the Turing Phone Cadenza a “perfectly designed device.” I call it a super smartphone! It would be great to see how much Turing’s marvel will cost us. With specs like these, rest assured Cadenza won’t come cheap but as they say, best things are always costly.

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