Osx Uninstaller 2024 Released and Other News

Osx Uninstaller 2024 Released

The US-based Osx Uninstaller is one of the best Mac apps offering joyful experience when using it to do the job. It can be used effectively clean up Mac apps with ease. The latest version Osx Uninstaller 2024 provides a fresh new look and a better app removal capability. If you’ve already had a valid license, you can upgrade to this latest version on OsxUninstaller.com. Or you can grab the lifetime license while it is available.

Matter 1.3 Specification Released

On May 8, 2024, the Connectivity Standards Alliance released a new version of the Matter 1.3 specification.Matter 1.3 adds support for a variety of new devices and features, including:

Energy management: the ability to view actual and estimated measurements of power, voltage and current in real time or over time.
EV charging devices: manually or automatically start and stop charging, adjust charging limits, adjust charging power, and charge to a preset mileage at a suitable time.
Water management systems: leak or/and freeze detectors, precipitation sensors and controllable water valves, etc.
More appliance support: microwave, oven, stove, range hood, and washer/dryer have been added.

Matter 1.3 also enhances TV content casting and searching; and additionally introduces the Scene feature, which allows users to control the state of a device with a single command, based on the manufacturer’s predefined schedule. In addition, the new version further improves the efficiency of communication between devices.

Hasselblad Announces XCD 2,5/25V Wide-Angle Night Shot Medium Format Lens

Hasselblad announced the XCD 2,5/25V wide-angle night medium-format lens on May 7, which has a focal length of 25mm, a full-frame equivalent of 20mm, and an aperture of ƒ/2.5. The lens has a closest focusing distance of 25cm and a maximum magnification of 1:5.8. The optical structure is a 10-group, 13-element one, including 4 aspherical lenses and 3 ultra-low dispersion lenses, which can meet the resolving power requirements of a 100-megapixel sensor. The optical structure is 10 groups of 13 lenses, including 4 aspherical lenses and 3 ultra-low dispersion lenses, which can meet the resolution requirements of 100 million pixels sensor. The design features a forged metal body, a V logo badge, and an H-textured control ring that allows users to switch between MF/AF modes by pushing and pulling the focus ring back and forth. In addition, the lens is equipped with a linear stepping motor and a large-diameter inter-mirror shutter module, with shutter speeds of up to 1/4000 seconds, support for global exposure and flash full-speed synchronization. The lens is now available for reservation and will go on sale at 18:00 on May 21st.

VESA Announces DisplayHDR 1.2 Specification

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced the DisplayHDR 1.2 specification in a May 8 press release. The specification imposes more stringent performance requirements, including not only luminance, color gamut and bit depth, but also new tests for color accuracy, contrast, black level and caption flicker. In addition, the specification improves the white brightness level test by adjusting the “10% center block test on a black background” to “8% center square test on a non-black background.

The standards for brightness and white point accuracy testing have also been raised, and the brightness test range has been expanded. VESA says it will retain the DisplayHDR 1.1 specification and certification until 2025 for laptops and 2026 for notebooks, given that there are still products in development.

OpenAI Launches Dedicated AI Image Inspection Tool

In a press release issued on May 8, OpenAI announced the launch of a dedicated AI detection tool that recognizes whether an image was generated by the DALL-E 3 model. Internal tests have shown that the tool has a 98 percent success rate in distinguishing non-AI generated images from those generated by DALL-E 3, while incorrectly labeling non-AI images at a rate of less than 0.5 percent. OpenAI says the tool is designed to help researchers explore the authenticity of content. The company also announced that it has joined the steering committee of the C2PA (Content Sourcing and Authenticity Alliance), noting that C2PA metadata has been added to all images created and edited by ChatGPT and the OpenAI API since earlier this year.

Apple News

Score data related to the 2024 Apple iPad Pro has now appeared on Geekbench, and the information shows that it is powered by a 10-core CPU and 16 GB of RAM. The model is codenamed J717AP, the device ID is iPad16,3, the system version recognized by Geekbench is iOS/iPadOS 18.0, the M4 chip clocks in at a whopping 3934MHz, and the ML score is 9,234; the single-core score is 3,767, and the multi-core score is 14,677, which is about a 22 percent and a 25 percent increase from the M3, respectively.