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    28 April
    Energy

    Wind farms with vertical turbines could double the capacity of energy produced, and even increase efficiency tremendously

    Surrounding us from all sides, the wind is a clean, free, and readily available renewable energy source that can be captured with specially engineered wind turbines. Designing more efficient wind farms and improving renewable energy technology to more quickly replace fossil fuels is of utmost importance, which is why engineers are working on new angles. The now-familiar sight of traditional propeller wind turbines could be replaced in the future with wind farms containing more compact and efficient vertical turbines. New research from Oxford Brookes University has found that the vertical turbine design is far more efficient than traditional turbines in…

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  • 28 April
    NASA

    Nasa’s Ingenuity helicopter made the first flight including 2 subsequent flights on the red planet

    Back on 19th April, NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter made the first-ever powered flight on a world beyond Earth. Here’s how it all went down during their first flight… The 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper was scheduled to rise from the floor of Mars’ Jezero Crater at 12:31 a.m. EDT (0431 GMT), get a maximum of 10 feet (3 meters) above the red dirt and land after roughly 40 seconds aloft. At about 6:15 a.m. EDT (1015 GMT), data came down from Ingenuity — via its much larger partner, NASA’s Perseverance rover — that the little rotorcraft had hit its marks. The first photo…

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  • 28 April
    Apple

    Apple M2 using the 4nm process will be mass produced next month, may debut with the new MacBook Pro in Q4 2021

    Apple recently released a slew of devices including the iMac and the iPad Pro which uses their M1 chip. Now, the next major event is WWDC, which starts on June 7, and is expected to bring larger MacBook Pro models (14″ and 16″). More important than their size will be their brains. Nikkei reports that Apple and TSMC will start mass production of the Apple M2 chipset (or perhaps it will be called M1X). This means that the first devices could ship as early as July – about a month after WWDC. Interestingly, the publication reports that the M2 will…

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  • 27 April
    Xiaomi

    Megapixel wars: Xiaomi to be the first to make use of Samsung’s 200MP sensor

    Xiaomi has been focusing on the camera department for its premium high-end devices and now it seems that the company is gearing up to launch a few smartphones that will be equipped with the new camera sensor. Now that the likes of Realme and Redmi have democratized Samsung’s 108MP camera sensor, it is time to move over to the next generational leap in smartphone cameras. One of Samsung’s ISOCELLL sensors was the first (on mobile) to breach the 100 MP barrier and Xiaomi was the first company to use it. Now as Samsung prepares to launch the first 200 MP…

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  • 26 April
    Apple

    Apple’s announcements at their “Spring Loaded” event… iMacs, iPads, AirTags and more

    Apple’s virtual “Spring Loaded” event kicked off on 20th April at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Apple debuted iPad with a mini-LED display, AirTags, iMac models based on Apple silicon, and many more things. Check out everything that Apple announced at its Spring Loaded event in a roundup below. Apple Airtags Apple is officially launching a Tile-like item tracker that will work with the company’s software and services. Dubbed AirTag, the small circular tag will allow you to track items within Apple’s “Find My” app on iOS. Much like Tile, Apple’s AirTags will be useful for tracking items like keys or…

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