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Cryptocurrencies are on the rise. Ethereum is already $1,900, Bitcoin is aiming for $25,000

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Over the past 24 hours, the world’s main cryptocurrencies have noticeably increased in price. So, Ethereum is trading at the $1,900 mark – the last time this was on June 6th. For a day, Ethereum has a plus of about 13%.

Cryptocurrencies are on the rise.  Ethereum is already $1,900, Bitcoin is aiming for $25,000

Bitcoin is also getting more expensive, but not so dynamically: plus 7.5% per day. Now for one BTC they give about 24,500 dollars. In the top 10 major cryptocurrencies of the world, Solana (12%) and Polkadot (10%) also demonstrate significant growth.

Cryptocurrencies are on the rise.  Ethereum is already $1,900, Bitcoin is aiming for $25,000

As for the entire market as a whole, over the past 24 hours it has grown by about 7%, and the capitalization amounted to 1.16 trillion dollars.

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Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

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Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery

Today, the Xiaomi Civi 2 smartphone was introduced, which continued the course of the original model. It is only 7.23mm thick and weighs just 171.8g. It is lighter and thinner than the 7.8mm thin, 172g iPhone 14. It houses a 4500mAh battery inside while iPhone 14 Pro Max battery capacity is 4323 mAh.

The Chinese edition of Mydrivers has already received Xiaomi Civi 2 and showed the smartphone live.

Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

Xiaomi Civi 2 is equipped with a 6.55-inch curved AMOLED screen, which not only supports 120Hz high refresh rate, 10bit color depth and Dolby Vision, but also supports 1920Hz high-frequency dimming.

Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

It received a front-facing system with two 32-megapixel image sensors. The main camera uses a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 1/1.56″ optical format camera, and the amount of light input is increased by 101.8% compared to the previous generation. The ultra-wide lens uses a 20-megapixel camera with a 115° field of view.

Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

Xiaomi Civi 2 is equipped with Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 mobile platform, which is faster than Snapdragon 778G. GPU performance increased by 20%, AI system performance increased by 30%.

Thinner than the iPhone 14 but with a bigger battery than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.  Xiaomi Civi 2 was shown live immediately after the announcement

The smartphone received a 67-watt charger in the kit.

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Suzuki focuses on flying cars and cargo drones

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Suzuki focuses on flying cars and cargo drones

Japanese automaker Suzuki is investing in SkyDrive, a company that develops flying cars and cargo drones.

The partnership between SkyDrive and Suzuki was first talked about in March 2022. The companies plan to cooperate in the financial, scientific and technical fields, joint participation in the development of a flying car and further business development.

Suzuki focuses on flying cars and cargo drones

Suzuki will not only invest in SkyDrive, but will also provide its own technologies, including the latest successful developments in weight reduction and electrification. At the same time, the company plans to develop business in various international markets, including India.

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WhatsApp made it easier to join a call

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WhatsApp made it easier to join a call

The WhatsApp team is rolling out a new feature that allows users to share direct links to a one-click call to make it easier to stay in touch with their loved ones.

WhatsApp made it easier to join a call

The Call Links feature will begin rolling out to WhatsApp this week and can be accessed via a banner at the top of the Calls tab. WhatsApp users who want to try the Call Link feature will need the latest version of the app. The Call Links feature will support both audio and video calls.

WhatsApp made it easier to join a call

In addition, the messenger team is testing group video calls with up to 32 people. This is a big step forward as WhatsApp currently limits video calls to eight users.

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