LG Might Ditch Smartphone
LG is thinking about ditching the smartphone business. According to the Korean che boyle’s, cheap chabal.
According to CEO Kwang Bong, the Korean Herald reported that the company’s big cheese revealed in a message to staffers that it is about time for LG to make a cold judgment regarding a sale.
Withdrawal and downsizing of the company’s smartphone business in response to fierce competition.
But this news comes only a week after LG teased their Rollerball smartphone at CES.
Now, what are we supposed to do with the LG smartphone?
Stick it in our pipes and smoke it? Kwon’s considering the move because of his self perceived failure to make LG’s mobile division profitable by 2021.
I mean, I don’t know who made the decision to tie the wacky flip up. LG wing in with Songbird, that horrible looking movie about covid starring the guy from Riverdale.
Intel Alder Lake-S Leaks
Fresh leaks of Intel’s elder lake S Processors are haunting the Internet, specifically a sixteen core model with DDR five memory.
That does sound spooky. And entry in the SCI software database described a hybrid design processor that has shown up in leaks before.
It’s got 8 high performance, hypothyroid and capable, of course, in addition to 8 power efficient course for a total of 24 threads.
But the presence of DDR 5 is a new detail, as is the chips boost clock, a 4 gigahertz, allowing this sample to perform substantially better than the one shown in previous leaks.
Now these are desktop processors and I’m not sure what use efficiency cars will have when battery life isn’t really in the picture.
Nvidia Resurrecting RTX 2060?
And a week after announcing the RTX 3060 and Nvidia may be planning to reintroduce the RTX 2060 and 2060 super into the market.
French enthusiast site overclocking dotcom claims that sources have told them Invidia has distributed new GPU stock to board partners as a way to have something, anything on shelves that gamers can actually freaking buy.
If this is true, it’s pretty ridiculous. I mean, the GPU stock shortage has gotten apparently this bad to the point where we are rereleasing old products.
So consumers have some way to spend their money. In case you were hoping for a deal, it looks like the RTX 3060 may not launch with a Founders edition,
Which means that most cards will be priced above the 3060’s 329 MSRP. Maybe we were wrong. Maybe we all should have preordered these cards when they launched.
EC Fines Value + Steam Publishers
The European Commission has issued fines totaling 7.8 Million euros against Valve and five steam publishers, including Xenomax Capcom and Bandai Namco.
The EC says that the company’s restricted sales in some European regions, but not others, which is against EU antitrust rules.
Valve plans to appeal, of course, saying that geoblocking actually helps prevent publishers from raising prices in less affluent regions.
But regardless if the fines go through, it shouldn’t be too much of a burden. Thanks to that sweet sweet Dota money.
Mac + Windows Bugs
M1 MacBook users are complaining about a Mac OS big server that activates the screensaver and renders the laptop unusable.
Should have bought a Windows laptop. They don’t have any bugs like, for instance, that crashes your whole PC when you open a certain path and file explorer.
Virgin Reaches Orbit
Virgin Orbit has finally managed to live up to their name with the successful launch of the launcher One rocket into orbit.
Becoming the first company to do so with a liquid fueled rocket deployed from a 747.
Looks like Richard Branson will finally get his Access card to the super secret billionaire space station where Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos spend all their time probably glaring at each other.
Facebook Vibrating VR Displays
The company formerly known as Oculus Facebook’s Reality Labs is apparently researching a way to reduce the screen door effect in VR headsets involving rapidly and minutely shifting the entire display.
So basically, they’re going to make a vibrator that goes right on your face. Sounds horrible or great, depending on what you want the headset for.
2.5GHz Superconducting Processor
And Japanese researchers have developed a superconducting processor said to be 80 times more efficient than traditional seven nanometer alternatives.
And if that doesn’t get you excited enough, this bad boy is made of superconducting, niobium and built from adiabatic quantum flux parametrons.
Is this a real word yes. What is this line? I mean, there’s more than 20000 Josephson Junction switches.
That’s for this todays … see you in next News
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