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How to Use Telegram From Linux Terminal
How to Use Telegram From Linux Terminal
This method is very easy and straight and you need to follow some of the simple steps to proceed. So follow the below steps to proceed.

1. First of all download the tool named telegram-cli to your Linux through using the commands:
“sudo apt-get install git libreadline-dev
libconfig-dev libssl-dev lua5.2-dev
libevent-dev libjansson-dev
libpython-dev
make git clone
–recursive https://github.com /vysheng/tg.git &&
cd tg /configure
sudo make”
How to Use Telegram From Linux Terminal
How to Use Telegram From Linux Terminal
 2. Launch the tool that you have just downloaded to your device through the above commands by executing the another command:
cd bin
sudo./telegram-cli
You could probably face some errors while trying this command and if this happens for more times just comment the line number 101 in the “tgl/mtproto-utils.c” file and then try again the command and it shall work properly.

3. This app works with the phone numbers so you will have to provide yours, just take note of that give the working number because you would get the verification code on it using the tool. After filling the code you got on your mobile, this tool will be all set to run and you could then use up the Telegram through the command line.
4. Use the some of the basic commands which you will require to use so as to run the telegram:
msg [contact_name] [text] “this command helps to send your message to the particular contact”
fwd [user] [msg-seqno] “forwards message to the other contacts of your wish”
chat_with_peer [contact_name] ” start up the chat with particular contact”
add_contact [phone-number] [first-name] [last-name] “add new contact to your list”




rename_contact [user] [first-name] [last-name] ” rename any contact”
mark_read [contact_name] ” marks all messages received as read”
delete_msg [msg-seqno] “deletes the message”
restore_msg [msg-seqno] ” restores deleted messages”
How to Use Telegram From Linux Terminal
How to Use Telegram From Linux Terminal
 This is the easiest way which could easily play the Telegram app using the commands on the Linux and perform the every related task to the app just from the commands, maybe it’s sending up the messages or receiving it all could be easily done through the above method. You would also like to use the telegram in such a way, and if yes then go apply up the method!

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Small group of students beat Google’s machine learning code
Small group of students beat Google’s machine learning code

AI coders from Fast.ai created an algorithm that outdid codes from Google’s researchers
A small team of student AI (artificial intelligence) coders outperformed codes from Google’s researchers, reveal an important benchmark.

Students from Fast.ai, a non-profit group that creates learning resources and is dedicated to making deep learning “accessible to all”, have created an AI algorithm that beats code from Google’s researchers.

Researchers from Stanford measured the algorithm using a benchmark called DAWNBench that uses a common image classification task to track the speed of a deep-learning algorithm per dollar of compute power. According to the benchmark, the researchers found that the algorithm built by Fast.ai’s team had beaten Google’s code.

Fast.ai consists of part-time students who are eager to try out machine learning and convert it into a career in data science. It rents access to computers in Amazon’s cloud. In fact, it is important that a small organization like Fast.ai succeed, as it is always thought that only those who have huge resources can do advanced AI research.

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The previous rankings were topped by Google’s researchers in a category for training on several machines, using a custom-built collection by its own chips designed specifically for machine learning. The Fast.ai team was able to deliver something even faster, on more or less equivalent hardware.

“State-of-the-art results are not the exclusive domain of big companies,” says Jeremy Howard, one of Fast.ai’s founders and a prominent AI entrepreneur. Howard and his co-founder, Rachel Thomas, created Fast.ai to make AI more accessible and less exclusive.

Howard’s team have competed with the likes of Google by doing a lot of simple things, such as ensuring that the images fed to its training algorithm were cropped correctly. More information can be found in a detailed blog post. “These are the obvious, dumb things that many researchers wouldn’t even think to do,” Howard says.

Recently, a collaborator at the Pentagon’s new Defense Innovation Unit developed the code needed to run the learning algorithm on several machines, to help the military work with AI and machine learning.

Although the work of Fast.ai is remarkable, huge amounts of data and significant compute resources are still important for several AI tasks, notes Matei Zaharia, a professor at Stanford University and one of the creators of DAWNBench.

The Fast.ai algorithm used 16 Amazon Web Service (AWS) instances and was trained on the ImageNet database in 18 minutes, at a total computer cost of around $40. While this is about 40 percent better than Google’s effort, the comparison is tricky considering the hardware used was different, Howard claims.

Jack Clark, director of communications and policy at OpenAI, a nonprofit, says Fast.ai has produced valuable work in other areas such as language understanding. “Things like this benefits everyone because they increase the basic familiarity of people with AI technology,” Clark says.

Source: MIT
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  ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1 (6GB) – Full Phone Specs & Price
  ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1 (6GB) – Full Phone Specs & Price
For The Past past few months, ASUS is has been  doing great in a smartphone marketplace. They have taken a huge risk and launched the Zenfone Max Pro (M1) in India. Well, ASUS Zenfone Max Pro is a mid-end smartphone and its available in two variant.

Users can choose from the base 3GB RAM + 32GB version and the upper 4GB RAM + 64GB variant. As we all know, ASUS is known for its high-end smartphones, the mid-end smartphone hasn’t performed well yet in the marketplace.


But, tables have turned this type and it turns out that ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) is a massive hit. The phone received positive reviews and it was often compared with popular Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 and Note 5 Pro.

But during the launch event, the company claimed that there will be a 6GB variant for Zenfone Max Pro which will be revealed soon. The 6GB RAM version comes with an upgraded front and rear camera. So, here we will be discussing about the performance of ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB version.

ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB


ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB is the top-most variant of Zenfone Max Pro which was launched in April 2018. The phone’s specification is the same and it just comes with 6GB of RAM. According to the various tech portals, you will not notice any major difference in performance with the ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB variant.

Even the reports also claim that the benchmark scores are almost similar. However, its worth to note that since the phone comes with the higher amount of RAM, it can handle more apps in the background. The smartphone comes with an octa-core Snapdragon 636 processor which good at handling medium graphics games.


But the one section in which the company really did well is the camera. The camera got a massive overhaul and it can now click better images. The primary camera has been bumped from 13 Megapixel on the 3GB/4GB variant to 16 Megapixel on the 6GB version. The 6GB version also arrives with an increase in aperture from f/2.2 to the former f/2.0.


Talking about the front camera, the phone’s camera got an overhaul and its now a 16 Megapixel shooter compared to the 8 Megapixel sensor seen on the base versions. According to various tech portals, the camera now captures better low light photos and also offers improved edge detection feature.



 On the HDR Mode, the camera was able to capture more detailed images and there’s also an improvement in dynamic range. The front camera also comes with slight improvements in the edge detection and it now captures more details. Well, on the battery front of view, the ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB dominates with its 5,000mAh battery.

Well, ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB is for those who are on a tight budget. Since the phone is very budget friendly, it comes with few drawbacks. The phone doesn’t have USB Type-C support which is really disappointing. The phone’s camera is also not up to the mark. But, considering the price tag of Rs 15,000 for the 6GB variant, these cons can be digested.

But, ASUS Zenfone Max Pro (M1) 6GB is by far the best budget Android phone which is available under Rs. 15,000. The phone is already available on Flipkart, but it went out of stock in a few minutes and will be available again shortly. If you are not interested in getting the best camera quality, then the 3GB or 4GB variant could also make you happy.
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Next iPhones To Ditch Wired Headphones Or Adaptera
Next iPhones To Ditch Wired Headphones Or Adaptera


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Since announcing the and of the audio port with the presentation of the iPhone 7, the tech giant Apple has ensured that users can continue to use their favorite headphones by using a simple audio adapter with the Lightning port.

This scenario is likely to change soon with the next iPhones which were expected to come out in September. It is speculated that this adapter should be removed and will no longer accompany the tech giant Apple smartphones.

As is normal in these cases, still for more on Apple products, there is no official confirmation, but the latest rumor is taken for granted that the audio adapter should disappear from the iPhone case.

It was the maker of this little piece, Cirrus Logic, which has revealed that it should no longer be included in the list of elements to accompany iPhones.

“Reported to beat but gave mixed guidance with revenue but earnings ahead. Cirrus did not update its FY19 guide, but they did finally confirm the dongle loss, adding more support for our below estimates”.

Those who collected this data were Barclays, who disclosed the information in a note they addressed to their investors. Barclays had already hinted that this was a very real possibility.

With this change the tech giant Apple seems to want to put iPhone users to buy and use the AirPods, increasing its user base. Interestingly, the adapter should remain for sale in the Apple store, where currently has a price of $10.


This may seem like a minor change, but the truth is that it’s another important step in the use of Bluetooth headphones, which deliver better audio quality and bring greater freedom to users.

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 Xiaomi Just Launched Two AI-Powered Feature Phones
Xiaomi Just Launched Two AI-Powered Feature Phones






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The well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer,, Xiaomi has bet on evolving its smartphone ranges, endowing them with more and more technology. Hence, now according to the latest reports, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Xiaomi just launched two AI-powered feature phones.

In recent times, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Xiaomi has bet on evolving its smartphone ranges, endowing them with more and more technology.

However, in order to reach the maximum number of users, the well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Xiaomi has now bet on a basic and cheap mobile phone.

We have witnessed a giant evolution in the various technological markets, leading us to coexist with more and more technology.

The smartphone market is no exception, and the evolution we have seen in recent times is clear. If brands such as the Finish company Nokia and Blackberry have been the most successful, we now see other brands moving up with other types of technology capabilities.

The well-known Chinese smartphone manufacturer, of course, Xiaomi is an excellent example of this evolution. In recent times it has made a strong bet to evolve their products, something that has reflected in the current quality that their smartphones and gadgets feature.

At the connectivity level, these phones have 2G (Qin 1) and 4G (Qin 1S), dual sim, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, infrared and a Type-C connector.
  
The battery is 1480mAh and features artificial intelligence that enables voice control and real-time interpretation. As a negative point, it has neither a camera nor 3.5mm Jack.

Although still underfunding, these models are expected to go on sale in China on September 15 for only $29 for Qin 1 and $40 for Qin 1S.
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Asus Zenfone Live Launched: First Android Go Smartphone by Asus, Available on Best Buy
Asus Zenfone Live Launched: First Android Go Smartphone by Asus, Available on Best Buy

Asus Zenfone Live (L1) is set to be  the first Android Go Smartphone by ‘Asus’. The company has announced this Smartphone in the US markets, at a very efficient price of USD 110 only.

Asus Zenfone Live Specifications
Recall, Android Go platform, or Android Oreo (Go Edition), is designed for low-power cellular devices. 

The Zenfone Live (L1) has a 5.5-inch 18:9 HD+ Display. It has only 1GB of ram with 16GB internal storage. Under the hood, the smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 SoC. This Processor is clocked at 1.4Ghz, with an Adreno 308 GPU. 

The smartphone packs 3000 mAh of decent battery, which is not bad for a smartphone with such a low price. It measures a Dimensions of 147.3 × 71.8 × 8.2 mm, with a weight of 140 grams. 


One of the major plus is that it comes with Android Oreo out of the box, incorporating Android Go apps and services optimized for devices with entry-level specs.

For taking pictures, it has a 13-megapixel single sensor on the rear and a 5-megapixel selfie shooter at the front. Other features of the smartphone include dedicated sim slots, it means it has dual SIM tray with a microSD card slot, so you won’t have to choose between storage and connectivity.

The smartphone is also equipped with features like Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, FM-tuner, Micro-USB port.


Pricing & Availability

The most exciting selling point is the price point. At $109.99, this phone seems to be a great deal. 

The smartphone is currently only available in the US, and you can purchase it directly from Best Buy. 

At this moment, the only color variant available for buying is Midnight Black. So you won’t be having much color-choice right now. Stay tuned with us to get more information about this budget handset! 
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Dual-SIM 6.1″ LCD iPhone Might Be Exclusive to China (See Proves)

Dual-SIM 6.1″ LCD iPhone Might Be Exclusive to China

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The Technology Giant Apple are Sets to release at least one iPhone with dual-SIM functionality this year. But a new report suggests it could be a China exclusive.

A source within Foxconn told Taiwanese publication Economic Daily News that a variant of this year’s 6.1-inch LCD iPhone with dual-SIM dual standby would be a “unique model for China.”

That means,, there’s a good chance that a dual-SIM iPhone is coming this year. But an Apple handset with that capability might not hit the U.S. or other Western markets for some time.

The Foxconn source also told EDN that Apple has already kicked off production for new iPhones, with four unique models on the docket. That suggests that the dual-SIM iPhone would be its own variant.

Well-connected TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo agrees that Apple will release a dual-SIM iPhone this year. Kuo previously forecasted that Apple is working on two separate models of its mid-range LCD iPhone — one with a single SIM tray and another with two SIM slots.

Kuo also suggested that Apple’s 6.5-inch OLED iPhone X Plus could sport dual-SIM functionality. But, for either device, he did not indicate that they’d exclusive to the Chinese market.

Of course, there’s a good reason why Apple would release a dual-SIM iPhone in China. While the capability hasn’t really taken off in the U.S., it’s actually extremely common for Chinese consumers to have smartphones with multiple SIM cards in them.

In fact, most Android devices made in China or for that market already sport dual-SIM capabilities often with a physical tray that can support two cards. Introducing a dual-SIM iPhone is a no-brainer for Apple to remain competitive in what is likely the most important smartphone market in the world.

It’s worth noting that a separate supply chain report suggested that Apple could introduce dual-SIM functionality with a single physical card slot and its own embedded Apple SIM technology. Apple SIM isn’t available in China. If that rumor turns out to be true, that means it’s likely aimed at non-Chinese markets.
Because of that, Apple could be planning on introducing dual-SIM iPhones across the globe. But Apple SIM’s absence from China would demand a unique iPhone with two physical card slots.

Dual-SIM card capabilities are just one thing that’ll make the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone an extremely attractive choice for consumers  particularly in China, where larger smartphones are popular.

The device is largely expected to sport iPhone X-style features like Face ID and an edge-to-edge display. But according to Kuo, it could retail as low as $550 to $650 for a single-SIM handset and $650 to $750 for a dual-SIM device.