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The legendary Winamp makes a comeback

Winamp has completely redesigned its website and it looks like the popular media player is back. The new Winamp promises a whole new and redesigned experience, and could be more than just a media player for the average user and audiophile. Listening to music offline is...

Ferrari releases a new car model

FERRARI has introduced the third model of the limited series Icona, which includes Monza SP1 and SP2. The model is named the SP3 with the addition of Dayton

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...

Samsung is ending production of the Galaxy Note20

2021 was marked as a big year for the Galaxy Note series, but not in a good way. Instead, it was the beginning of the end

New phones with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 will launch in December

With the release of this premium chipset, the Snapdragon 8 Gen1, mobile phone manufacturers will also launch their new machines one by one.

Prices: AMD slightly down, Nvidia up again

While AMD's Radeon graphics cards were recently more above the RRP than Nvidia's Geforces, the tide has now turned again for prices.

Galax Geforce RTX 3060 Metaltop Mini FG

The Geforce RTX 3060 Metaltop Mini FG, is reminiscent of a steelbook. The compact card is intended for small computers built in the ITX or M-ATX format.

AMD considers switching to Samsung chipset production

AMD is considering significantly deepening its cooperation with South Korean Samsung. Samsung is the "ideal partner" because it also produces chipsets.

AOC Gaming Q27G2S / EU: New gaming monitor

With the AOC Gaming Q27G2S/EU, is a new gaming monitor. It comes with a 27-inch IPS panel, 10-bit color depth, a refresh rate of 165 Hz and the "QHD resolution"

Sony Xperia Pro-I – exceptionall image quality

The Sony Xperia Pro-I is a continuation of the limited Xperia Pro series. This time with an emphasis on customers who are good at photography and cinematography

Intel Arc Alchemist DG2 raises questions with performance

Intel’s upcoming graphics processors from the in-house upper and lower class have been spotted once more, but in some cases continue to raise questions.

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GPU tiles are said to come from 3nm production by TSMC

The rumors say Intel is using TSMC's 3nm production for the graphics unit from Meteor Lake. The products are planned for 2023.

New Snapdragon benchmark surpasses a million points

Qualcomm will officially unveil its new SoC for upcoming flagship phones these days, and it has now been confirmed that it will bear the...

Up to 500 terabytes on a compact disc

British researchers have developed a new process for long-term storage that makes use of the structures of quartz glass.

AMD’s flagship is now available to end customers

The Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooling was originally supposed to only be available for OEM customers, but now the model is also being sold at Mindfactory.

Nvidia CMP 170HX: GA100 mining card for USD 5,000

In Nvidia's flagship CMP 170HX the most noticeable were the cooler, the power connection, and the heat spreader that covers the GPU and HBM memory.

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Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset design

For now, it is known that Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets will launch several upcoming flagship models, including the Samsung Galaxy S22 family.

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,...

Apple plans to produce their own iPhone 5G modem

Apple is reportedly planning a partnership with TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) to manufacture its own 5G modems for future iPhones.

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.

Samsung quietly launched Galaxy A03

Building on the Samsung Galaxy A02 released earlier this year, the Galaxy A03 comes with a 6.5-inch HD + screen with a notch and a limited refresh rate of 60 Hz

Samsung is ending production of the Galaxy Note20

2021 was marked as a big year for the Galaxy Note series, but not in a good way. Instead, it was the beginning of the end

The legendary Winamp makes a comeback

Winamp has completely redesigned its website and it looks like the popular media player is back. The new Winamp promises a whole new and redesigned experience, and could be more than just a media player for the average user...

The Huawei Watch D will measure blood pressure

Huawei will introduce a new smartwatch that will have a rare feature. The company has received a certificate for a device that measures your blood pressure.

All Windows versions vulnerable to new Zero Day

New Windows Zero-Day vulnerability affects all versions of Windows, including fully patched installations of Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022.

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Chinese Government Is Using Cryptocurrencies After All!

China - While the public sharply criticizes cryptocurrencies, the government uses them more than ever, for the most important jobs!

Coinbase exceeded analysts’ expectations and doubled its second-quarter profit

Coinbase released its second-quarter profitability report today, making profits just over $ 1.6 billion, nearly double the first quarter. The company also said it generated revenue of $ 2.03 billion, exceeding analysts ’forecasts of $ 1.88 billion.

This year’s May is one of the worst months for Bitcoin!

Bitcoin is on track for its third-largest recorded monthly percentage decline, despite rebounding from the lowest trading levels in Asia.

Bitcoin will receive its first update in four years!

Bitcoin will receive an update for the first time in four years - the new version of Taproot should go into effect in November. Unlike the 2017 update, the majority of the community supports the innovation, in part due to the fact that improvements will be introduced gradually. The update will increase the efficiency and privacy of transactions, as well as unlock the potential of smart contracts - a key feature of the Bitcoin blockchain.

Bitcoin is not calming down! One Bitcoin is currently worth over $ 65,000

BITCOIN jumped over 100% in 2021, while it rose over 30% in October alone.