Details are scarce at the time but it (Project Scarlett) will arrive next year and
* Will be 4 times more powerfull than Xbox One X
* Will be able to render 120 fps
* GDDR6- memory and SSD- harddrive
* To launch togheter with Halo: Infinite
So you may have heard about the next generation mobile network called 5G, the successor to today’s 4G. What is it? Find the answer in the clips below.
You might have heard different tech reviewers posting pics and videos of broken GALAXY FOLDS after just one to two days of testing. However it seems that the gadget is NOT as bad produced as one may think.
The following video clear things out:
To sum it up, there are two things that can lead to breking your Fold:
* The outer layer on the screen looks like protection but IT’S NOT! It’s a part of the screen. Peeling it off will lead to damages to the main screen and make it go completely black within hours.
* Dust cornes might get in between the layers of the main screen and IT WILL cause damages.
Samsung have been kind and understanding to these people that have been sent review units and have sent new devices. The company will also state clearly and with bigger- sized warning message to let customers know NOT TO mess with the outer layer.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold release date is April 26 in the US and May 3 in Europe.
Lead architect of the PS4- and PS VITA- consoles – Mark Cerny – is featured in an article from WIRED. He makes it public and official that the PS5 is on its way. It’s a long read and for those whom don’t have the time or willpower to go it through, here are some of the most interesting tidbits from the sneak peek of the next generation PLAYSTATION hardware:
– Backwards compatibility with PS4 games
– Supports 8K
– CPU based on AMD Ryzen, custom GPU based on AMD Radeon Navi, ray-tracing support
– Supports PSVR & physical media
– Won’t release this year
For full detailed info, read the article.
I am currently reading a book about STEVE JOBS (written by Walter Isaacson) and this came up: the Orwell’s 1984 inspired introducing Macintosh ad. Scott Ridley was involved and it costed over $700,000.
It’s aiming at IBM as the fascist ruler(s) and pictured Job’s view of (that time’s) main computer producer. It’s also considered to be his (Job’s) way of going back to his “fight the big brother” hippie/enlighted being. Folks aware of his earlier years should know more about this.