The company intends to capture a quarter of the market for desktop and server CPUs. AMD, as you know, has been expanding its share in all segments of the processor market for several consecutive quarters. AMD currently has about 18% on the desktop and about 14% on the mobile.Continue reading “AMD’s plans to capture the processor market are truly grand”
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has published the results of its industry survey on prices for lithium-ion batteries in 2019. We are talking about complete batteries (packs), not about the elements. Industry-weighted average prices fell to $ 156 per kWh – the results of the study show. This is approximately 13% lower than the average for 2018.Continue reading “The cost of lithium-ion batteries dropped to $ 156 per kilowatt hour”
Recently, there was information that Microsoft will still release a weaker version of the new Xbox Srarlett, which is code-named Lockhart. Now the details have become known: for example, the console will run on an eight-core processor with a frequency of about 3.5 GHz, and the performance of the APU will reach 4 TFLOPS. And this is very strange, since the performance of the Xbox One X is 6 TFLOPS, and the PS4 Pro is 4.2 TFLOPS.Continue reading “The younger model of the new Xbox will be weaker than the PlayStation 4 Pro”
Resource Slashleaks published the first photos in which, perhaps, a Tesla branded smartphone is captured. This is indicated by the unusual rear panel, but so far it is worth treating such leaks with skepticism.Continue reading “Possible Internet renders of Tesla smartphone appeared on the Internet”
Samsung launched a trade-in on wearable devices.
Samsung Electronics has expanded its trade-in program from smartphones to wearable devices in Russia.
As a THEC64 game console. In recent years, the gaming market has a tendency to bring back legends of the past. There were remakes of projects popular many years ago, retro-consoles began to be massively released.Continue reading “For those over forty. The legendary Commodore 64 got a new life”
Wireless charging makes smart contact lenses more convenient to use.
Scientists from the National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Korea have developed a technology for wireless charging smart contact lenses, ensuring their continuous operation.