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Top 5 technologies of the week

profilesinfo presents five of the most important technology news in recent days, among which the launch of Twitter Blue, the payment service of this social network, stands out.

1. Twitter Blue is now official

In this photo illustration, a Twitter logo displayed on a smartphone screen with a computer wallpaper in the background in Athens, Greece, on May 5, 2021. (Photo by Nikolas Kokovlis / NurPhoto via from Getty Images) – Photo: Getty Images

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This week the new service began to be available in countries such as Australia or Canada, although it will gradually expand. This is a $ 3 service that offers exclusive features, such as collections and the ability to undo tweets for a period of 30 seconds.

It also includes a ‘reading mode’ to read and organize content such as news. This was stated by this social network in a statement on its official blog, where it clarifies that the subscription “adds improved and complementary features” to the existing experience on Twitter, and that at no time will the free version disappear.

See the full note: here. Twitter Blue is now official

2. Xiaomi reached a fast charging record

The Chinese technology manufacturer Xiaomi this week showed its new fast charging solutions for smartphones that it is currently working on, which go up to 120W wirelessly and 200W via cable, which could fully charge a phone battery in just eight minutes.

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HyperCharge, as Xiaomi’s new generation fast charging technology was called, has been put to the test with a custom version of the brand’s Mi 11 Pro, with which it has achieved the world record for both wired and wireless charging, as stated by the company itself.

Through the use of 200W wired charging, a phone’s 4,000 mAh battery is fully charged in just eight minutes, while charging 10% of the battery would take just 44 seconds.

See the full note: here. Xiaomi reached a fast charging record

3. Huawei started enabling HarmonyOS

The HarmonyOS operating system developed by Huawei has begun to reach the first mobile phones of the brand, for now in the high ranges in China, while the rest of compatible devices will be gradually updated until the first half of 2022, according to the company.

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Huawei presented the version for users of its own operating system at a global event that took place last Wednesday and has now published the calendar of updates for its mobiles in China.

The high-end phone families P40, Mate 40, Mate 30 and the foldable Mate X2, as well as the MatePad Pro tablet, have started receiving HarmomyOS . The 18 devices in total, adding the variants of each family, will allow users who volunteer to test the new operating system publicly.

See the full note: here. Huawei started enabling HarmonyOS

4. The ‘birth chart’ of Spotify

The popular music platform Spotify announced the launch of the global campaign called “Nobody listens like you”, which will be accompanied by a new experience in the application and personalized playlists for all subscribers of the service.

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The campaign includes an ‘astral chart’ linked to the musical tastes of the users that allows knowing the sonorous natal chart of each person, the most opposite pairs of artists that are heard and a complete musical journey in time, among other functions, according to the company explained in a statement.

“Your sonic birth chart comes to life through the artists you listen to. Sol: the most important artist you’ve listened to in the last six months; moon: the artist you listen to that best shows your emotional or vulnerable side, and ascendant: an artist with whom you have recently connected ”, they explained from Spotify.

See the full note: here. The ‘birth chart’ of Spotify

5. Nvidia will rent its supercomputers

Nvidia, a multinational specialized in the development of graphics processing units, announced that it will rent its network of supercomputers in the cloud DGX SuperPOD to companies to develop prototypes of new Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms.

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Nvidia image logo by gettyimages

The company’s new subscription offering is part of the Nvidia Base Command Platform, a large-scale cloud AI project development hub that enables researchers to simultaneously work with accelerated resources and improve the productivity of their infrastructure.

See the full note: here. Nvidia will rent its supercomputers