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AMD launches Threadripper 3990X, Renoir APUs – Seeking Alpha

AMD launches Threadripper 3990X, Renoir APUs – Seeking Alpha

AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) launches the 64-core, 128-thread Threadripper 3990X and a suggested starting price of $3,990. Threadripper 3390X will launch on February 7. AMD announces the Ryzen 400 "Renoir" APUs, which include up to eight Zen 2 cores and 16 threads with a new 7nm Vega graphics engine. The Renoir series marks the first x86 7nm processors for mobile. The first…
CWA launches campaign to unionize video game and tech workers

CWA launches campaign to unionize video game and tech workers

The last two years have witnessed a wave of walkouts, petitions and other workplace actions at video game and tech companies.But despite this swell in labor activism, employees at no major video game studios and only a handful of tech offices have formally voted to form or join a union.A new campaign launched Tuesday by…
Alcatel launches four new Android smartphones at CES 2020 w/ prices from $66 – 9to5Google

Alcatel launches four new Android smartphones at CES 2020 w/ prices from $66 –...

At CES 2020, Alcatel has launched four new Android smartphones designed for emerging markets with the Alcatel 1S, 1V, 1B, and 3L. Here’s what you need to know. Nomad case for Pixel 3 Starting with the Alcatel 3L, the focus in on the camera setup. This Android device has a 48MP rear camera that uses…
Qualcomm launches a car-to-cloud service for over-the-air updates and telemetrics

Qualcomm launches a car-to-cloud service for over-the-air updates and telemetrics

Qualcomm today announced its Car-to-Cloud service, which does exactly what the name implies: it helps car companies connect their cars to their clouds. It’s the companies first product that integrates its automotive cockpit platform and Snapdragon automotive platforms with 4G and 5G support. The platform will help automakers keep their cars up to date and…
Pachama launches to support global reforestation through carbon markets

Pachama launches to support global reforestation through carbon markets

The world’s forests are ablaze, under threat from illegal logging, and disappearing due to the less dramatic environmental degradation wrought by drought and other signs of climate change. It’s part of the negative feedback loop that seems to be accelerating climate change as greenhouse gases accumulate in the atmosphere, but one startup company is trying…

Klipsch launches new noise-cancelling headphones to rival Sony WH-100XM3 – TechRadar

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Samsung Launches ‘Artificial Human’ Called Neon – pymnts.com

Samsung Launches ‘Artificial Human’ Called Neon – pymnts.com

Samsung disclosed that it will introduce an “artificial human” called Neon at CES 2020 on Jan. 7 that is totally different than its artificial intelligence (AI) assistant Bixby, Digital Trends reported.The limited information about Neon was shared on Samsung’s Twitter account, and includes an “Artificial Human” teaser in several languages with the tagline “Have you…
Proton launches Russian weather satellite – SpaceNews

Proton launches Russian weather satellite – SpaceNews

by Caleb Henry — December 24, 2019 A close up on Proton's first stage engines as the rocket lifts off from Russia's Baikonur Cosmodrome Dec. 24, 2019. Credit: CC Yuzhny/Roscosmos WASHINGTON — The final Proton launch of the year lifted off Dec. 24 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, sending a Russian weather satellite into…
Max Q: Launches from SpaceX, Boeing and the ESA

Max Q: Launches from SpaceX, Boeing and the ESA

Max Q is a new weekly newsletter all about space. Sign up here to receive it weekly on Sundays in your inbox. Typically, the holiday season is a slow one in the tech industry – but space tech is different, and this past week saw a flurry of activity including one of the most important…
Boeing launches astronaut capsule into space

Boeing launches astronaut capsule into space

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe capsule launched aboard an Atlas rocket which took off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida America has taken another step towards being able to launch its astronauts into orbit again, a capability it's not had for nearly nine years. The Boeing company has launched…

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‘1917’ VFX Artists Had to Completely Rethink How Films Are Made

There’s a moment in 1917—the World War I blockbuster which hit cinemas on Friday—where a plane comes crashing down from the sky. Normally, in producing such a scene, the director would have a very important tool in their arsenal in convincing the audience that what they’re seeing is real: the ability to cut to other…

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