Qualcomm's new Quick Charge 5 unveiled today July 27, promises to get drained Android phones from 0% to 50% battery power after 5 minutes of charging. It's the first fast-charging platform capable of supporting more than 100 watts of charging power. Supported by the Snapdragon 865 and 865+ so far the phone has the required PMIC hardware. The increased voltage tolerance and hardware changes allow Quick Charge 5 to be up to 10x faster than the original quick charge specification, and 4x faster than the previous generation Quick Charge 4.

Nigeria's Gokada CEO Murdered In New York Home

Fahim Saleh, the CEO of a commercial motorcycle hailing company, Gokada in Lagos has been found dead in his New York apartment on Tuesday, NYPD officials revealed.

Sony Reveals PS5 Console With Daring Fresh Design

Sony's PlayStation division unveiled several details regarding the upcoming PS5 next-generation console, with loads of amazing line up of games at its latest PS5 reveal event on June 11. Sony had set its reveal event for PlayStation 5, with the promise of the first footage of PS5 games, for June 4. However, in light of racial justice protests occurring across the United States and other countries, the company postponed the event in order to "stand back and allow more important voices to be heard."

Journalist Risk Jobs To Robots At Microsoft

Microsoft Tech Company has revealed its plan to replace contract journalist with robots. The staff with MSN website will be eased out immediately the company concludes plan to deploy an automated system in the selection of news stories.

Sony Considering Software Subscription As The Next Data-Analysing Image Sensors

Sony Multinational Corporation image sensors business set to replicate PlayStation’s success to take care of its reliance on a handful of manufacturing in the inconsistent Smartphone market; the company says it will sell software by subscription for data-analyzing sensors build-in.

Facebook has announced that it has acquired Giphy, the most popular online service for making and sharing GIFs and also plans to integrate it with other services like Instagram. The announcement was made through the company's official Facebook account, saying "GIPHY, a leader in visual expression and creation, is joining the Facebook company today as part of the Instagram team."

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