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    28 February

    Kelley Aerospace unveils supersonic combat drone concept

    The world of unmanned aerial vehicles is also evolving fast. This week, the folks over at Kelley Aerospace have officially announced the Arrow, a UCAV concept they previously teased in December and that is now ready to be produced in Singapore. Kelley Aerospace has officially launched its supersonic unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) concept, and says it has recieved 100 “pre-orders” for the vehicle. Known as the Arrow, the combat drone was designed and will be produced at the company’s facility in Singpaore’s Seletar Aerospace Park. Test flights of a scale prototype were conducted in Israel in 2014.   Kelley…

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  • 28 February

    AMD releases EPYC Genoa Zen 4 CPU with 96 cores, DDR5 and more

    AMD has not yet released its fourth generation EPYC “Milan” server processors based on its Zen 3 CPU architecture, but barring any last minute snags, those chips are coming any day now. Looking further down the road, a new leak highlights a possible fourth generation EPYC “Genoa” configuration based on Zen 4, with some interesting details. AMD EPYC Genoa Specs leak Details of AMD’s next-generation EPYC Genoa Server CPU lineup which will feature the Zen 4 core architecture have leaked out by ExecutableFix. The details point out various specifications for the upcoming lineup and the respective SP5 platform which will…

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  • 28 February

    AMD’s AGESA BIOS rolled out

    AMD’s Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs have been introduced to the market and we are loving them. Recently, AMD officially introduced its, AGESA BIOS Firmware which comes with a range of bug fixes and improvements for Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs. for the 500-series motherboards, the OEMs will soon be releasing the BIOS. According to AMD, the first public BIOSes for Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs are rolling out now. AMD themselves confirm the following general fixes and improvements: Fix: False SMART errors on Hynix NVMe Fix: Intermittent SSD detection for M.2 SATA devices Improve L3$ bandwidth in AIDA64 Improve stability if…

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  • 28 February

    Samsung Unleashes a beast Processor

    Samsung Exynos 2100 Samsung in previous month released its flagship processor Exynos 2100. Samsung fans being disappointed with most of the exynos releases, now Samsung comes with a great reply and release Exynos 2100 to make their fans happy. Exynos 2100 delivers an ARM Mali-G78 MP14 GPU, access to the powerhouse Cortex-X1 CPU core, with this powerful Cortex®-X1 CPU1× 2.90Ghz, the processor improves single-core performance by up to 19 percent and multi-core performance by up to 33 percent, which in turns make the processing faster and multitasking. Samsung proclaims Exynos 2100 as most powerful chip they have created, with such…

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  • 28 February
    Electric Vehicles

    Compact $4.5k EV in China outsells Tesla Model 3 by almost 2 to one

    A budget electric vehicle (EV) selling in China for $4,500 (£3,200) is now outselling Tesla’s more upmarket cars. State-owned Chinese automaker SAIC Motor is reportedly massively outselling Tesla in the country with its electric vehicles that sell for just 28,800 yuan ($4,465). The boxy compact lives up to its name, measuring less than 3-meters long and 1.5-meters wide, yet can still accommodate four people. The price starts at 28,800 yuan ($4,460), though the most popular model, with air conditioning, goes for just over $5,000. The compact car is proving a big hit for state-owned SAIC Motor, China’s top automaker. China,…

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