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SpaceX controls more than a third of satellites

More than 1,750 SpaceX satellites are already in orbit, and new launches have been announced by the end of the year.

Snapdragon G3x chips also appeared

There is only one day left for Qualcomm to unveil the next-generation premium processor under the new name Snapdragon 8 Gen1, on December 1

Color enters the homogeneous graphics card market

Innosilicon has further detailed its efforts as a graphics card provider. Based on Fantasy One GPU, several graphics cards and executable material were shown

Take-Two wants to ban the game name It Takes Two

A rather bizarre situation happened with the game It Takes Two. Take-Two Interactive has filed a lawsuit because the name of the game is too similar to the name of their company.

Dronut X1: drone with hidden rotors for $ 9,800

US manufacturer Cleo is asking for $ 9,800 for what it claims to be the "world's first twin-rotor" drone called the Dronut X1. It relies on two internal rotors

Xiaomi is opening a car factory in Beijing

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Corp. will build a factory that can produce 300,000 vehicles a year in Beijing for its electric vehicle unit, authorities in the Chinese capital announced on Saturday. The factory will be built in two phases, and Xiaomi will also build up...

How to play Steam games on Android TV

Steam Link is an app that allows users to play their favorite Steam games on other platforms for free. The process of setting up it is very simple and free.

PANERAI Luminor – everything you need in a watch

This is roughly how my comments on Panerai would have sounded 5 years ago, when this "Swiss" brand, originally from Florence, appeared every day on forums. 

Xbox Museum released for the 20th anniversary

Lately, game developers are celebrating their birthdays interactively with their fans. Read below what Microsoft and Xbox came up with for theirs!

Intel is shipping the first CPUs

Intel has already delivered the first notebook CPUs from the new Alder Lake P generation. The first corresponding notebooks should now be produced.

Huawei began mass production of foldable phones

According to industry sources, Huawei began mass production of its next generation of foldable phones,which will compete with Samsung, in November

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Samsung Galaxy A73 specs have appeared online

Today we got CAD renders of the Galaxy A73 shared by Leakster OnLeaks, which confirm previous changes in the design of this smartphone.

Qualcomm introduced a new platform for PC

Qualcomm has announced the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 and 7c + Gen 3 platforms to improve PC productivity from entry- level to premium device levels.

Xiaomi is opening a car factory in Beijing

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi Corp. will build a factory that can produce 300,000 vehicles a year in Beijing for its electric vehicle unit, authorities in the Chinese...

Microsoft introduces Office suite visual refresh

Microsoft is introducing a visual update to its regular Office users, which it gave to insiders back in July. Everything's getting refreshed

Quake III Arena – rocket jumping

On this day 22 years ago, the game Quake III Arena was launched, which differed from the previous two games in the series by its exclusive commitment to multiplayer.

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Twitter is the first major social network to encourage cryptocurrency payments

Twitter states that bitcoin is one of the best solutions for enabling people to conduct transactions in regions with insufficient access to major financial services.

“Cryptocurrencies will cause the next big crisis,” the expert says

The past two global financial crises have been caused by the widespread acceptance of new technologies and instruments that have not been studied well enough, so the matter could reportedly be repeated.

Iran bans Bitcoin mining!

Cryptocurrencies blamed for power outages!

Where can NFTs be used and how they can change the business concept of companies

While the lull in the entire crypto market continues, NFTs are recording explosive growth. These irreplaceable digital tokens have a wide range of uses and are not just worthless images in JPEG format, as many skeptics would characterize them. There are many potential areas where NFTs could leave a deep mark and change the business concept of many companies forever.

The Bitcoin Mining Council claims that 56 percent of mining energy comes from sustainable sources. Research shows other figures

The Bitcoin Mining Council, established earlier this year in response to concerns about bitcoin’s impact on the environment, shared a presentation claiming that 56 percent of the electricity behind bitcoin comes from sustainable sources.