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Samsung and Qualcomm will adopt a similar strategy next year with the release of their flagship chipset. The company will bet on the brand new ... The post Samsung Exynos 1000 might be faster than the Snapdragon 875 appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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From the Ford Mustang Mach-E to the new Volkswagen Bus, our staff is ready for some great electric cars.
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You can delete Facebook messages using the Facebook Messenger smartphone app, or the Facebook website.
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Amazon has cut the prices on many of its most popular Fire TV devices. It's a great time to buy.
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If you’re an Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber, you’ll find a set of three games available to play for free this weekend. Starting today, September 17, through Sunday September 20th, you’ll have access to the games Hunt: Showdown, Warhammer: Chaosbane, and Sea of Thieves. These games will have discounted prices for purchase during the event, too. … Continue reading
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Processor is a digest for what’s happening in the world of consumer technology, with incisive analysis (or maybe just jokes) from Dieter Bohn. Sign up for the newsletter here and check out the Processor video series on YouTube. It is a remarkably good time to be into video games. It’s not just that we’ve got new console launches from Microsoft and Sony. It’s also that Nvidia is invigorating PC gaming with new possibilities as it brings 4K performance into a more achievable price range. And it’s that Oculus has released a new, less expensive VR headset. On top of all that, we see game companies beginning to experiment with new pricing models and methods of distribution. Microsoft has bundled its hardware into a subsidy plan with its... Continue reading…
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Sony is gearing up to ship the console you might be playing for the rest of the decade. And these retailers are getting ready to sell it to you.
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So you have something to play on Day 1.
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Reports of issues with the console’s key chip could be a warning sign, and could give Microsoft an inroad it needs to take an early lead in the console wars.
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Apple Watch Series 6 has new band options that forgo the usual buckle.
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Filming on Coronation Street was disrupted last week when an actor tested positive for coronavirus. The Guardian reported that one of the stars of the ITV soap discovered they had the virus at the end of last week, causing a number of alternations to the production schedule. An ITV spokesperson told the paper: “We can confirm a member of the Coronation Street team has tested positive for coronavirus. The protocols we have in place for such an eventuality have been implemented and the individual is now self-isolating at home.”They added that ITV did not believe anyone had been within a two-metre distance of the actor, but those who had been working with them had been notified. An intensive clean of the areas where the actor was working at Coronation Street’s studios in Salford, Manchester, had also been conducted. “We believe the situation has been contained and filming continued on Monday,” the spokesperson added. Coronation Street was the second of the four major UK soaps to resume filming after production was shut down due to the pandemic in March. Actors returned to set in early June – shortly after those on fellow ITV soap Emmerdale – with strict new social distancing measures in place, and various production techniques used to overcome this on screen. The soap also managed to stay on air during lockdown after ITV reduced the number of pre-recorded episodes airing each week.BBC rival EastEnders was off air for three months before returning to screens with new episodes earlier this month. READ MORE: EastEnders Method For Safely Filming Kissing Scenes Is Seriously Inventive From Soapland To Hollywood: 18 Soap Stars Who Found Success In The US 15 Soap Actors You Didn't Realise Have Played Different Characters On The Same Show
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Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Razer accidentally exposed over 100,000 gamers’ personal information for close to a month, according to a new report. Security researcher Volodymyr Diachenko discovered that customer data on Razer’s website was made publicly available on August 18th because of a server misconfiguration. A redacted sample pictured below shows records of orders made on the company’s digital store, exposing personal information including email and mailing addresses, the type of product ordered, and phone numbers. Credit card information was not included. Image: Volodymyr Diachenko No credit card information, but customers’ email and mailing addresses were compromised. After discovering the misconfiguration online, Diachenko... Continue reading…
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Having already chalked out its plans to expand smartphone production in India, Samsung is now all set to shut down its TV making unit in Tianjin to other geographies.
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The social network is rolling out a Facebook Campus pilot at 30 US colleges.
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Google has just announced the public availability of Android 11, at least as far as the stable version of the code is concerned. Of course, that doesn’t mean it will be immediately available to end users and will still depend on manufacturers, some of which have already announced their plans in the next few weeks. Not to be outdone, Samsung … Continue reading
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The all-new Land Rover Defender is getting a few updates for the 2021 model year. The biggest news is the much-awaited arrival of the Defender 90 short-wheelbase model. However, Land Rover’s online configurator is listing the Defender First Edition as the only available trim model for the Defender 90. This means the First Edition model for both the Defender 90 … Continue reading
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(University of Massachusetts Lowell) Archana Kamal, UMass Lowell physics professor and internationally known expert on quantum information technologies, will co-present a free TEDx talk on the next quantum revolution as part of the TEDx "Breaking Barriers" webinar series.
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Nissan clearly looked to the car's past to inspire the new Z car and that's not a bad thing at all.
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Xiaomi has patented a smartphone. A bit ordinary news and we would have bypassed it, if not for one thing. This is a strange mobile ... The post Xiaomi patent a smartphone with two pop-up camera modules appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have developed a machine learning technique that analyzes placenta samples for signs of health risks in future pregnancies. The system aims to assist the work done by doctors, who sometimes analyze placentas for signals that women could have health problems the next time they’re pregnant. Among the biggest warning signs are blood vessels with lesions called decidual vasculopathy. Their presence suggests a mother could suffer from pre-eclampsia, a condition that complicates 2-8% of pregnancies and one that can be fatal to both mother and baby. If these lesions are spotted early, the condition can be treated… This story continues at The Next Web
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It's important to trim a dog's nails regularly. These are the best dog nail clippers and grinders you can use to cut your dog's nails at home.
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Research published this week shows steroids may be the most effective drugs for serious cases of coronavirus so far. They're cheaper than remdesivir.
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MSI is better known among gamers than the mainstream, but the company has recently been working to change its image a bit. Case in point: the company today announced a new ‘Summit’ series of business-oriented laptops that wouldn’t look out of place in an office setting (even if many office jobs are occurring remotely these days). To start, the Summit laptops will be available in two standard classes: the Summit E and Summit B, both available in 14 and 15-inch screen sizes. There’s also a Summit E13, which is the line-up’s screen-flipping 2-in-1. The laptops come in a rather-classy looking matte… This story continues at The Next Web
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(National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)) By shining white light on a glass slide stippled with millions of tiny titanium dioxide pillars, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their collaborators have reproduced with astonishing fidelity the luminous hues and subtle shadings of 'Girl With a Pearl Earring.'
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The fewer things you touch with your hands these days, the lower the chances you have of contracting something. That’s especially true in public places where you have very little control over who last touched what. Just yesterday, Amazon rolled out a way to pay for your Exxon or Mobil gas just by telling Alexa. Although less hands-free, this new … Continue reading
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(Forschungszentrum Juelich) Atoms and molecules behave in a completely different way to macroscopic objects and each brick requires its own "instruction manual". Scientists from Jülich and Berlin have now developed an artificial intelligence system that autonomously learns how to grip and move individual molecules using a scanning tunnelling microscope.
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Baby Yoda is back for more Star Wars adventures next month.
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A CVS technician said the company threatened to fire staff if they told patients their medications were filled by a COVID-positive worker.
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As companies muscle through on-going economic and logistical shifts, many are recognizing the need for more robust and flexible mobile PC solutions to empower their remote workers.The changes have ushered in a need to get more out of a business notebook. With breakthrough performance, long-lasting battery life, and an array of professional manageability features that help enable secure and productive remote work without draining IT resources,  AMD Ryzen™ PRO 4000 series processors are defining a new standard for modern business PCs. These processors provide organizations with enterprise-grade computing horsepower in a sleek, mobile form factor, eliminating the need to choose between the flexibility of a laptop or desktop-grade performance.To read this article in full, please click here
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