Showing posts from February, 2023

Xiaomi's best camera phones offered : 13 and 13 Pro

Chinese smart mobile company Xiaomi has introduced two of its phones with the best camera globally, which will be offered for sale in all countries respectively.   Xiaomi presented Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 13 Pro at its international event, which are being described as the mobile phones with the company's best camera ever.   Xiaomi 13   It is offered with  a 6-inch screen and android 13 operating system. The phone has been offered in various modules ranging from 2 GB RAM to 6 GB RAM and similarly it has also been introduced in different memory storage.   Three cameras have been given on the back of the phone, in which the main camera is 50 megapixels, the second 10 and the third camera is 12 megapixels and they also use modern sensors and technology.   The phone has a 32-megapixel camera on the front, while the 50-watt fast charger and 5,000 mAh battery have been offered.   The company has not announced the price of the phone and it is believed that i

What is spyware and how do you know if your smartphone is infected?

 Spyware is software that takes private information from a computer without the user's permission.   One of the most prevalent computer attacks affecting Internet users is spyware. Typically, people ignore them because they think they are just computer issues, but doing so could put private information at risk.   It is a form of malware that "unlawfully gathers sensitive credentials from a computer system.   Malicious spyware has gotten into more and more mobile phones through apps and links in the past few years. Cybercriminals find it easy to do this now that spying apps are getting better and harder to spot.   Usually, it is included in programs or files that are downloaded from the Internet or even as email attachments.   But how are they possible to find on cell phones? There are four things you can look at to help you figure it out.   Increase in pop-ups and new apps Spyware often gets into the victim's contact list and sends messages to people on that l

The New Realme Charger can charge battery in 9 minutes

Chinese mobile company Realme has announced to introduce its best and powerful phone GT3 by the end of February this month, claiming that the battery of the phone can be charged in just one and a half minutes.     At present, powerful chargers have been introduced by various companies of the world, which are capable of charging 100 percent battery for 15 to 18 minutes, but Real I have now announced the fastest charger.   In the teaser released by the company of Realme GT3, it can be seen that the phone's battery is 100 percent full in just 9 minutes 37 seconds. It can be seen in the video that in just 80 seconds, 20 percent of the battery was charged, while in 4 minutes 50 percent of the battery was charged.   The video shows that 100 percent of the realme GT3's battery is charged in just 9 minutes 37 seconds.   Realme GT3 will be offered by the company with a 240-watt fast charger, while its 6400mAh powerful and large battery will be given.  

Jail Bharo movement is a protest against the perpetrators of economic destruction, Imran Khan

Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that today we are launching 'Jail Bharo Movement' under two basic motivations and goals for real freedom.   Imran Khan's statement came at a time when Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers will take to the streets of Lahore, the provincial capital of Punjab, today to launch a 'Jail Bharo Movement' in which 'more than 200 supporters' will be arrested.   In a statement issued on social media, the PTI chairman said that today we are launching the jail bharo movement under two basic motivations and goals for real freedom.   The former prime minister said that the first objective of our movement is a peaceful and non-violent protest against the invasion of the fundamental rights we have under the Constitution, we are facing fake FIRs, NAB cases, custodial violence, attacks on mainstream media and people associated with social media.   The former prime mi

Vitamin D supplements aren't very effective for obese people: Study

A new study has  found that vitamin D supplements are not as effective for obese people with a body mass index (BMI) greater than 30, as they are for people with a BMI less than 25. Dietitian Dr. Linya Patel, in a study  of 2,842 people under the age of 40 in the UK, said that those who had a higher BMI and waist width were observed to have vitamin D deficiency, but surprisingly when they were given vitamin D tablets, they were less effective than others. BMI is a method of measuring fat in the body, while measuring the waist shows how much fat is present on a person's stomach. Dr. Linya Patel said that the researchers had two problems. Initially, they found that people who were obese had vitamin D deficiency and when supplements tried to make up for this deficiency, their vitamin D levels did not increase as much as seen in a 'normal weight' person. So that was also  a problem. He said that if your BMI is high, then your chances of suffering fro

Much more useful with milk

A new study has found that a combination of proteins and antioxidants doubles the anti-inflammatory properties in immune cells.   Coffee consumed on a daily basis contains plenty of antioxidants called polyphenols, which reduce inflammation. Inflammation is a part of the body's immune system, which initiates the healing process by identifying and eliminating any external interference.     However, chronic inflammation increases the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.   A new study has found that the use of polyphenol-rich items with items rich in amino acids (the basic element of protein) makes antioxidants more effective against reducing inflammation.   Because very few studies have been done on the consequences of using polyphenols with other molecules such as amino acids. To find out, researchers at the University of Copenhagen injected immune cells into artificial inflammation.   Some cells were given differen

Oral health can affect the brain

The internal health of the mouth not only protects against stomach diseases, but it can also increase the risk of mental diseases and stroke due to its infection.   Doctors have been saying for a long time to take care of the internal health of your mouth (oral health) because the dirt of the mouth can affect the whole body and cause a variety of diseases. It also includes dental cleaning, flossing and gargling.   Now the American Stroke Association, a well-known organization associated with stroke, has said after researching 40,000 people that internal disorders or not cleaning the mouth can cause mental disorders. They took data from thousands of people from the UK Biobank and reviewed it from 2014 to 2021.     Experts conducted various tests for many years and found that a total of 105 genes are also involved in tooth decay and worms. However, there has also been a relationship between combustion dirt and a decrease in brain white matter and a negative change

Plastic bottles: why is it better not to reuse them?

 With all this heat, you might want to fill up your water bottle. Nutritionists say that this is not a good thing to do. Reusing your water bottle at the beach, in a park, or in the forest is tempting, if not obvious. a habit that is good for the environment but bad for your health, according to research. When heated, chemicals break down in water. It is a known fact that bottled water has a lot of tiny plastic pieces in it. But when it is ten times hotter, the process of molecules swapping places happens ten times faster. Chemical leaching happens when the chemicals in the plastic bottle mix with the liquid more quickly. In a Chinese study, water bottles were kept at temperatures as high as 158 degrees Fahrenheit (74 degrees) for four weeks to show how heat affects PET water bottles, which are the most common type of disposable water bottle. Because of this, the amount of BPA and antimony, which is a carcinogen similar to arsenic, had slowly gotten worse. "Increasing the temperat

When an allergy becomes asthma, what can be done to stop it?

 It's easy to dismiss this reaction as typical and innocuous, but we shouldn't. Asthma is more likely to occur in people who are allergic to pollen. As an allergy progresses from the nose and throat to the lungs, a transition takes place. Upon contact with the allergens, the affected patient experiences not only the typical allergy symptoms of runny and itchy eyes, cough, and pain in the ear, throat, pharynx, and palate, but also the characteristic asthmatic symptoms of bronchial tube spasms, which result in a hacking cough and difficulty breathing. Asthma episodes can be fatal, says Professor Christian Taube of the German Lung Foundation. Anyone experiencing these seemingly innocuous allergic reactions is encouraged to contact an allergist or pulmonary medicine specialist, as immunological therapy can help to progressively diminish the allergy and avert the onset of bronchial asthma. Most persons with bronchial asthma need long-term or permanent medication, according to the Ge

Another benefit of getting married revealed

Tying the knot helps keep the brain healthy with aging and reduces the risk of mental illnesses such as dementia, according to a new medical study.   This was revealed in a medical study conducted in Norway.   Research from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health found that those who lived with a long-term spouse had a lower risk of dementia than those who were divorced and single for a lifetime.   Taking into account other factors that influence dementia risk, such as educational qualifications and lifestyle habits, protects the spouse's long-term as well as mental health from diseases.   The study found that divorced and single people were 50 percent and 73 percent more likely to be diagnosed with dementia, respectively. This is not the first study to suggest that being married reduces the risk of dementia.   According to the researchers, several research reports have explored a reduction in the risk of dementia in married people, and our results a