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TechNews - MacBook Air 2020 review - tech
(hx) 01:27 PM CEST - Mar,29 2020 - Post a comment / read (2)
So...these are pretty grim days for everyone. I'm sure I'm not the only one that has been going out less lately (although for most of time during the week and I'm stuck in the office for long hours). And of course the obvious thing to do when you're stuck in home is play video games! What are you playing now?
  • MacBook Air 2020 review: The most boring Mac is among the best - The new Air offers three CPU options. The $999 entry-level configuration has a 1.1GHz, dual-core Intel Core i3 with Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz and a 4MB L3 cache. That's pretty anemic even for the price, but it should be powerful enough for a decent portion of the machine's target audience. Buyers can spend an extra $100 for a 1.1GHz Core i5 with 3.5GHz Turbo Boost and a 6MB cache; if you can afford it, the cost here is worth it. There's also a 1.2GHz Core i7 with 3.8GHz Turbo Boost and 8MB cache option for $250 over the base config, but if performance is that important to you, at this price you might consider a MacBook Pro instead. For graphics, you're looking at Intel Iris Pro graphics matching whatever CPU you pick. In standard configurations, the Air comes with 8GB of 3733MHz LPDDR4X memory, but you can opt to upgrade to 16GB for an additional $200 - which I'd recommend for a lot of people, especially if they use a bunch of non-Apple apps like, say, Google Chrome. Storage starts at 256GB in the base config, up from 128GB in past Airs. Apple has been doubling storage across its MacBook line, and that's very welcome. 128GB was pretty tight even for light users, but 256GB is just right for those using this as a basic productivity computer. You can go up to 512GB for another $200, 1TB for another $400, or a beefy 2TB for an extra $800.
  • The iPad Pro 2020 review - So how does the iPad Pro fare as a consumer device in the here and now? As a tablet, it's still the best in the world; nothing else is even close. As a computer for professional productivity in the laptop and desktop sense, it's OK. But that's much better than it was a year ago before iPadOS, and thanks to nascent-but-strong trackpad support, it's markedly better than it was only a few weeks ago. I have long been a believer in Microsoft's strategy with the Surface, even though I have some quibbles with their hardware choices. But while Microsoft has built toward mobile functionality from a desktop/laptop OS, Apple is building towards desktop/laptop functionality from a mobile OS. Even now, I'm not certain which approach is best.
  • Apple App Store Now Supports Single Purchase for Both iOS & macOS Apps  - Apple has now fully launched Universal Purchase, a new feature of its App Store that lets customers make a single app purchase to gain access to that app across all of Apple's OS platforms, including macOS and iOS. For example, buying an app on your iPhone would automatically give you access to not only the iOS version, but also the macOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS versions of that same app, if they exist. Developers need to update their apps and App Store listings to support Universal Purchase.
  • Honor MagicBook 14 Unboxing and first impressions -It's powered by AMD's Ryzen 5 3500U processor, coupled with the built-in Radeon Vega 8 graphics card. That's not AMD's latest and greatest, as the company recently announced the Ryzen 4000 series of mobile processors, but it should still be a solid mid-range chip. It's based on the Zen+ architecture and built on AMD's 12nm process, and not the more recent 7nm. The laptop also has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of NVMe SSD storage, so it seems to fit right into the mid-range. It has some nice features, too, like a fingerprint reader built into the power button and a large trackpad with Precision drivers.
  • Intel Rocket Lake-S Platform Detailed, Features PCIe 4.0 and Xe Graphics - To start, the RKL-S platform is based on a 500-series chipset. This is an iteration of the upcoming 400-series chipset, and it features many platform improvements. The 500-series chipset based motherboards will supposedly have an LGA 1200 socket, which is an improvement in pin count compared to LGA 1151 socket found on 300 series chipset. The main improvement is the CPU core itself, which is supposedly a 14 nm adaptation of Tiger Lake-U based on Willow Cove core. This design is representing a backport of IP to an older manufacturing node, which results in bigger die space due to larger node used. When it comes to the platform improvements, it will support the long-awaited PCIe 4.0 connection already present on competing platforms from AMD. It will enable much faster SSD speeds as there are already PCIe 4.0 NVMe devices that run at 7 GB/s speeds. With RKL-S, there will be 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes present, where four would go to the NVMe SSD and 16 would go to the PCIe slots from GPUs. Another interesting feature of the RKL-S is the addition of Xe graphics found on the CPU die, meant as iGPU. Supposedly based on Gen12 graphics, it will bring support for HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.4a connectors.
  • Apple ARM Based MacBooks and iMacs to come in 2021 - Apple has been working on replacing Intel CPUs in its lineup of products for a while now, and the first batch of products to feature the new Arm-based CPUs should be coming soon. Having a completely custom CPU inside it's MacBook or an iMac device will allow Apple to overtake control of the performance and security of those devices, just like they did with their iPhone models. Apple has proved that its custom-built CPUs based on Arm Instruction Set Architecture (ISA) can be very powerful and match Intel's best offerings, all while being much more efficient with a TDP of only a few Watts. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple has started an "aggressive processor replacement strategy", which should give some results by the end of 2020, around Q4, or the beginning of 2021 when the first quarter arrives. According to Kuo, the approach of doing in-house design will result in not only tighter control of the system, but rather a financial benefit, as the custom processor will be 40% to 60% cheaper compared to current Intel CPU prices.
  • Samsung Discounts Galaxy S20 5G, S20 Plus by $200 - Samsung has slashed the price of its flagship Galaxy S20 5G and Galaxy S20+ phones by $200 at retailers like Amazon and Best Buy, bringing the base configuration of the unlocked phones down to $800 and $1,000, respectively. The top-end Galaxy S20 Ultra is not currently being discounted. The S20 series of phones were just released on March 6th. The unlocked versions now being discounted are compatible with the 4G and 5G networks of major US carriers. The smaller S20 only supports sub-6 GHz 5G, but the larger S20+ supports both sub-6 5G and faster mmWave 5G networks.
  • Samsung Bringing S20 Camera Features to S10 and Note10 - Samsung has started rolling out a significant software update for last year's Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 series phone, which adds major new features first introduced on the company's latest S20 phones. In the Camera app, new features include manual mode for video). In the Gallery app, Clean View uses AI to group similar photos together. The update also brings Quick Share and Music Share to the S10 and Note10. The update will be available "through an upcoming software update starting from March".
  • Nokia 5.3 Offers Quad Rear Cameras for $200 - Nokia today announced the Nokia 5.3, a new mid-range Android phone. It has a 6.5-inch HD display with a small notch, 4,000 mAh battery, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 chip. It has four rear cameras: a 13-megapixel main camera with f/1.8 aperture, plus a 5-megapixel wide camera, 2-megapixel macro camera, and a depth camera for portrait effects. The 5.3 also comes with 3-6 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, a memory card slot, USB-C, fingerprint reader, dedicated Google Assistant button, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The version for the Americas will support Cat. 4 LTE in bands 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12/17, 13, 28, 38 and 66. Color choices are Cyan, Sand, and Charcoal. It will ship globally in April for 189 Euros (approx. 200 USD).
  • Verizon Adds 15GB of Data for All Consumers, Small Businesses - Verizon is adding 15 GB of high-speed data to the plans of all wireless consumer and small business customers. Also, for low-income customers participating in the Lifeline program, the company is fully waiving the next two months of internet and voice service charges. The changes are automatic and require no action in the part of customers. These actions by Verizon are designed to help customers stay connected as they operate from home during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Instagram Launches "Co-Watching" Via Video Chat  - Instagram has just launched Co-Watching, a new feature that "allows you to view Instagram posts together with your friends over video chat. You can start a video chat by tapping the video chat icon in the Direct inbox or in an existing Direct thread, then view saved, liked and suggested photos/videos by tapping the photo icon in the bottom left corner in an ongoing video chat." The new feature is designed to help people stay connected while staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Internet Archive offers 1.4 million copyrighted books for free online - "The Internet Archive will suspend waitlists for the 1.4 million (and growing) books in our lending library by creating a National Emergency Library to serve the nation’s displaced learners," the Internet Archive wrote in a Tuesday post. "This suspension will run through June 30, 2020, or the end of the US national emergency, whichever is later."  The Tuesday announcement generated significant public interest, with almost 20,000 new users signing up on Tuesday and Wednesday. In recent days, the Open Library has been "lending" 15,000 to 20,000 books per day. “The library system, because of our national emergency, is coming to aid those that are forced to learn at home,” said Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle. The Internet Archive says the program will ensure students are able to get access to books they need to continue their studies from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
  • Neural Network Technology Flawlessly Blend 2D Images Into 3D Scenes - It's almost mind-blowing how detailed the rendering of these are
  • Satellite in Orbit Transmits Directly to a Standard Mobile Phone on G - Virginia startup Lynk Global has successfully demonstrated new technology that allows satellites in low-earth orbit to communicate directly with standard, unmodified mobile phones on the ground. In multiple verified tests starting February 24th, Lynk was able to broadcast an emergency alert containing a text message from one of its test platforms orbiting in space, using standard GSM technology, which was successfully received by an off-the-shelf Android phone in the Falkland Islands. While satellite phones and GPS were designed for space-ground communication, common mobile phone standards such as GSM and LTE were not.
  • Spring Break vs. COVID19: The Real Impact of Ignoring Social Distancin - Tectonix GEO ran an analysis using data from Xmode Social to see the travel paths of anonymized mobile devices that were active at Spring Break at one single Ft. Lauderdale beach. The results are frightening (and not just the potential viral spread - seeing this granular cell phone movement tracking is... troubling).
  • Visualization of air spread when coughing - This video demonstrate how differently the air spreads when coughing. This visualizes the high importance of the World Health Organization's behavioral recommendations for protection against the coronavirus, which we should absolutely follow. 
  • How To See Germs Spread (Coronavirus)  - Just in case you need any further examples of why we should perform social distancing
  • What It's Like Inside The Hospital At The Epicenter Of New York City - The New York Times spent 72 hours inside the hospital in Elmhurst, Queens that's been hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis.
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  • COVID-19 Pop Culture Mash Up - A little motivation to get you through the day.
  • FIJI Tiger Shark Attack 2019 angle 3  - Insane Footage Of A Tiger Shark Latching Onto A Diver's Head - Before Being Fought Off By Other Divers. The diver went to the hospital for a 8-centimeter laceration, but was otherwise okay - though likely now possessing a healthy fear of tiger sharks.
  • Reducing Hole for the Cat. When will he stop? - With each new passing of the cat through the hole, we make it smaller and smaller in diameter until the cat can pass it by himself because of his physical abilities. At what stage will this happen and will it happen at all?
  • How This Guy Balances Impossible Rock Structure - Michael Grab's mind-bending rock formations aren't held together by glue or steel rods. Shockingly, his rock piles are stacked using only the laws of gravity. Michael's rock formations have taken the internet by storm, and brought an even greater attention to rock balancing. Find out just how Michael makes the seemingly impossible, possible.
  • 20 Easy Experiments in 5 mins for Bored Adults and Kids - Are you a bored adult or a parent stuck at home? Try these DIY science experiments!
  • INHERITANCE Official Trailer (2020) Lily Collins, Simon Pegg Thriller - Everyone has a past, but not everyone's past includes a stranger imprisoned in a bunker for the last 30 years. " Check it out!
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SABOT's(02:53 PM CEST - Mar,29 2020 )
We're under tight restrictions. I've been home two weeks on Tues coming (since work closed). Allowed out once day for food, once for some exercise and that's it.
I've restarted games i never did and currently still playing or finished!
GTAV, SKyrim SE (with nexus mods) Fallout4, Mass Effect Andromeda and having a brill time forgetting the whole beginning of them and trying out new characters and approaches. Also playing Tyranny and Pillars of Eternity. I have hundreds on Steam,GoG,UBi,Origin and Epic. So i'm pretty spoilt. we're also watching NowTV and Amazon Prime.
Thank god it's not full on summer as we don't have a garden. Still we're used to basics, having camped and carvanned for several times a year with no wifi,gas heater and basic settings. Because we like it to appreciate what we have and how we started 30 years ago.

gx-x(03:27 PM CEST - Mar,29 2020 )
"Samsung Discounts Galaxy S20 5G, S20 Plus by $200"

Snapdragon or Exynos ones? Big difference same name.

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