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Global Smartphone Shipments Rise 7.8% in Q1

On April 15, IDC, an international data firm, released an article stating that worldwide smartphone shipments rose 7.8% year-over-year to 289.4 million units in the first quarter of 2024, according to preliminary data. This is the third consecutive quarter of shipment growth. Samsung returned to the top spot for brand shipments, sending Apple back to second. Xiaomi, Transsion, and OPPO/OnePlus rounded out the top three to five, with vivo and Huawei mentioned in the article as also seeing significant growth.

OpenAI Opens Japanese Branch

On April 14, OpenAI published a blog post announcing the opening of its Tokyo, Japan studio to enter the Asian market. According to the blog post, OpenAI will work with the Japanese government, local businesses, research institutions, and others to develop secure AI tools that meet the unique needs of Japan. OpenAI will launch a custom GPT-4 model optimized for the Japanese language for the Japanese market, which is up to three times faster than previous models. In the case of English learning app Speak, for example, the new model generates instructional content 2.8 times faster and uses 47 percent fewer tokens.

Blackmagic Design Releases Da Vinci Color Palette for iPad

Blackmagic Design announced the DaVinci Resolve Micro Color Panel hardware for the iPad on April 15. The hardware measures approximately 36.4cm × 18.2cm, has a slot for the iPad Pro, and can be connected via Bluetooth or USB-C; the panel has three The panel features three weighted trackballs and 12 control knobs for adjusting parameters such as shadows, highlights, contrast, and midtones. The left and right sides also contain a number of function keys for erasing stills, cursor, and select, and to make it more familiar to editors, most of the Micro’s buttons have been placed in the same locations as the larger panels. The panel is priced at $495 and will be available worldwide in May.

Apple Takes Down GameBoy Emulator iGBA for Spam and Copyright Infringement

Apple removed the recently released GameBoy emulator iGBA from the App Store on April 14th for violating the App Review Guidelines for spam (Section 4.3) and copyright (Section 5.2) violations. The app is actually a copycat version of the open-source GBA4iOS, which allows users to play Game Boy games by downloading ROMs for free, but contains a lot of spam inside the app. Although the app quickly rose to the top of the App Store charts after its release, social media was flooded with negative comments about the app.

Square Enix Releases FINAL FANTASY XIV: Dawntrail Official Benchmark

On April 14th, Square Enix released the Final Fantasy 14: Legacy of Gold benchmarking tool. The tool includes maps, playable characters, and a character creation tool that includes a new female race, supports 4K and 5.1 channel surround sound, and allows players to test the runtime and character display, with the tool providing a runtime score after the test. The game will launch on July 2nd.

Other News

Android Authority has learned from Google insiders that this year’s Pixel 9 series models will use Samsung’s Exynos 5400 5G modem, which has better performance and lower power consumption than the previous baseband chip. In addition, the baseband chip supports 3GPP Release 17, which allows the use of 5G non-terrestrial networks (NTN), that is, support for satellite communications, while Google is providing Pixel phones with a “satellite distress” function, allowing users to contact emergency services through satellite communications.

Huawei announced on April 15 that the P series will be upgraded to the Pura series and announced the Pura70 series of phones. The official website has not yet been updated with the Pura series, nor has it hit the shelves or officially released the parameters of the series.

tipster evleaks has discovered that UScellular mistakenly went ahead and posted a device support page for the Pixel 8a, which has now been taken down. The page legend confirms that the Pixel 8a has the same thick bezels as the a-series, with the front-facing camera cutout centered at the top. This could suggest that the Pixel 8a will be released earlier than Google I/O.