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Realme X2 With 8GB RAM, 256GB Storage to Go on Sale in India on July 21

Realme X2 has been given a 256GB storage variant with 8GB RAM alternative in India, Realme India CEO Madhav Sheth unveiled through his Twitter account. The new variant will sit together with the current 64GB and 128GB storage variants. The Realme X2 was introduced in the region in December last 12 months. The smartphone arrives with the gaming-focussed Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC and incorporates a quad rear digicam setup. The Realme X2 also functions the Dolby Atmos encompass seem technological innovation.

Madhav Sheth tweeted that the Realme X2 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant will go on sale via Flipkart

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Vantablack? Meh. Meet the Ultra-Black Vantafish

Unbelievably, there wasn’t one frequent ancestor of these sixteen Vantafish species—or at minimum the sixteen Osborn and Davis have uncovered so far—that evolved this trick and handed it alongside to its evolutionary descendants. The species evolved it independently, so they have a little bit distinctive approaches of likely about absorbing light-weight their melanosomes are organized in different ways in the skin.

“Some of them have just a massive jumble,” says Osborn. “Some of them have a few levels, some of them have two levels. Some of them have actually thick levels, some of them have thinner levels. So there’s

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Kotlin 1.4 M3 release improves Java module support

The planned next launch of the JetBrains-sponsored Kotlin language, model 1.four, has achieved its last milestone preview phase, with a alter to the common library to better choose edge of Java modularity.

With the M3 update, common library artifacts now contain module-data descriptors, derived from Java 9’s module program. Kotlin runs on the JVM. The Kotlin 1.four launch adds module data to default common library artifacts, so developers can use modules conveniently with the jlink software, for building a custom made Java runtime picture that contains platform modules demanded for an software.

Also on InfoWorld: What is JPMS?

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ViewSonic M2 review: Battery-powered projector streams big

The ViewSonic M2 is tiny for a projector — about the size and shape of a small cake. Copper-colored flan, maybe. Aside from the tote-friendly size, a couple of unique features set it apart from the pack. Built-in streaming lets it project your favorite Netflix and Amazon Prime shows just about anywhere. And it can run off an optional battery, providing a big picture on the go.


  • Compact, stylish design
  • Built-in streaming
  • Can run off a USB-C battery pack

Don’t Like

  • Worse picture than others at this price
  • Streaming options aren’t great
  • Battery not included

Unfortunately the M2’s picture

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Timekettle M2 translator hands-on: Near-simultaneous translation from in-ear buds Review

I loved attempting the compact Timekettle Zero translator that fitted neatly into my wallet and translated for me when I was out. Regretably, this system does not do the job if the other celebration is talking on the cell phone, so you need to have a distinct sort of system.

The WT2 in-ear wearable translator is wonderful for translating to and from 36 languages — and whilst it could induce problems for men and women who use listening to aids — was excellent at rapidly translating to and from a further language.

Now its successor, the Timekettle M2 translator, has

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