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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

Intel’s Raptor Lake CPUs could be launched sooner

The Fishhawk Falls platform with Sapphire Rapids CPU should replace the Glacier Falls platform, which features a Cascade Lake-X CPU and X299 motherboards. 

Icarus: PvE survival game from Dean Hall with a new ray-tracing feature

Icarus an RTXGI implementation will be received which implements a new feature called "Infinite Scrolling Volumes" for ray tracing.

Gaming PC with RTX 3070 Ti and 12700K

On Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday, Medion is offering the Erazer Engineer X20 at a reduced price. The desktop PC comes with Alder Lake and Geforce RTX 3070 Ti.

Samsung QD-OLED: Production starts in 3 sizes

At Samsung Display, series production of the new QD OLED panels will start this month, initially in three sizes. Products shouldn't be expected before 2022.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual – watch review

We, the lovers of watches, very often in our lively discussions know how to scatter ourselves with the attribute of a watch that is "wearable on all occasions".

Impressive landscapes from text: Nvidia with the AI ​​tool GauGAN 2

Nvidia has published the AI ​​tool GauGAN 2, which, unlike its predecessor, now also generates landscapes from text descriptions.

Gigabyte Aorus 15p with RTX 3070 and i7-11800H

The Aorus 15p is a gaming notebook with a fast 300 Hz display, an RTX 3070 graphics unit and an eight-core, the Intel Core i7-11800H.

VY-01: a unique zero carbon emission yacht design

The 3deluxe design specialist presented the VY-01 at the Monaco Yacht Show, a zero-emission yacht designed as a veritable green floating garden.

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.

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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Icarus: PvE survival game from Dean Hall with a new ray-tracing feature

Icarus an RTXGI implementation will be received which implements a new feature called "Infinite Scrolling Volumes" for ray tracing.

Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 is slower than Apple’s M1

According to a new Geekbench entry, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 is faster than its predecessor, but cannot compete with Apple's M1.

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.

IBM introduced Eagle, the quantum processor

IBM claims to have taken a big step toward a practical quantum calculation. The company introduced the Eagle , a 127-qubit quantum processor .

Further information on non-K models

A new leak names further key figures for the remaining line-up of Alder Lake-S processors. There is information on base and boost clock rates and the launch

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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

Google Pixel 6a – the first info about the features

Google will present its new smartphone in the coming period. The new model will have Android 12 operating system and many more interesting features.

Japan gives $ 5 billion to help the chip shortage

The tech world has long been hit hard by chip shortages and Japan plans to invest $ 5.2 billion to support processor manufacturers like TSMC.

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

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El Salvador began mining bitcoins with the help of renewable volcanic energy

In Salvador, the first country in the world where bitcoin has become the official currency, the first state project of mining that cryptocurrency powered by clean geothermal energy has now been launched.

Collapse and bewilderment: Bitcoin in the first half of 2021!

Cryptocurrency is increasingly moving towards becoming part of the investment and commercial mainstream, with the help of large financial firms and companies that are already accepting this new asset as payment.

After a discussion on Twitter, dogecoin rose 40 percent

Dogecoin grew 12.5 percent two days ago, and 40.4 percent this week, currently hovering around $ 0.33, according to CoinGecko.

A 28 Million Dollar Mistake!

BlockFi sent money to its users in Bitcoin currency instead of dollars, which resulted in one user receiving over 28 million dollars. Unfortunately, BlockFi is asking for its money back.

Crypto traders and miners celebrate – the EU will not regulate the cryptocurrency market until 2023!

The CNB and the Association for Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies (UBIK) are currently calculating the risk of investing in cryptocurrencies, but also the risk of currencies that are under the control of central banks, stating that investments in cryptocurrencies will not be regulated by the EU before 2023.