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  • Apr- 2021 -
    9 April
    Apple

    iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max will be using LTPO screens from LG, and Samsung

    High refresh-rate displays have become a norm in high-end Android smartphones. Devices like Samsung Galaxy S20, OnePlus 8 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10, Oppo Find X3, and Vivo X60 have a 120Hz refresh rate or higher. However, Apple is yet to implement this technology in its iPhones. The latest smartphones from Apple, the iPhone 12 series, still uses the outdated 60Hz refresh rate. The iPhone 12 series was expected to feature a 120Hz display but Apple didn’t move forward with it due to battery life concerns. Now, a new report claims that Apple has decided to use high refresh-rate display panels…

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  • 9 April
    GPUs

    Intel’s high-end Xe-HPG DG2 gaming graphics pictured, rumored specs detailed too

    The first pictures of Intel’s high-end Xe-HPG DG2 GPU-based discrete gaming graphics cards and specifications have been leaked by Moore’s Law is Dead. The leaker has not only posted the first pictures of the engineering board but also detailed the specifications and expected performance numbers of the flagship part. Intel’s Xe-HPG DG2 High-End Gaming Graphics Card Pictured – 512 EUs, 275W TDP on TSMC 6nm Node, Performance Up To NVIDIA’s RTX 3080 The Xe HPG DG2 GPUs based on the Gen 12 graphics architecture is a brand new design hence it is expected of them to feature brand new shading…

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  • 9 April
    SpaceX

    SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites into orbit and even lands back perfectly

    A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched a new batch of 60 Starlink internet satellites into orbit on Wednesday afternoon (April 7) and nailed a landing at sea to top off a successful mission. The veteran Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Space Launch Complex 40 here at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 12:34 p.m. EDT (1634 GMT), marking the company’s 10th launch of the year. “Falcon 9 has successfully lifted off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station carrying our stack of Starlink satellites to orbit,” Jessie Anderson, a SpaceX manufacturing engineer, said during a live webcast of…

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  • 9 April
    NASA

    The Ingenuity helicopter unpacks its rotor blades to prepare for the 1st flight on the Red Planet

    NASA’s wheeled rovers have revealed an incredible amount about Mars. From learning about the planet’s wet history and discovering the chemistry of its soil, to the puzzling presence of methane in its atmosphere, the rolling robots have been indispensable in painting a picture of one of Earth’s closest neighbors. They are remarkable, but they can’t cover a lot of ground — slow movement is critical to prevent them from tumbling over a cliff or colliding with a rock. But unfortunately they cannot fly short distances. Strapping a set of wings to a robot on another planet would open up a…

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  • 9 April
    Science Mysteries

    Fireflies generate powerful ultrasonic “musical” armour to protect themselves from turning into bat food

    Fireflies use their light to attract mates. However, the downside of being visible to potential sexual partners is that it can bring you to predators’ attention. Scientists have now noticed that fireflies have evolved what sounds like a solution. When we think of camouflage, it’s usually a visual pattern. But how do you hide from a predator that uses sound to find food, like a bat? If you’re a firefly, it turns out you might resort to a cacophony of ultrasound that acts like “musical armor.” This is a sound wave that the human ear, and more importantly, the firefly itself…

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