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  1. I agree with both of you...I just want everything to be easily compatible with everything haha
  2. It's not a perfect ultrabook by 2020 standards I guess...we all have different needs/preferences but I'd honestly want the ff before paying such a high (very high imo) premium on such: >AMD Renoir/Cezanne with USB 4 of course >Non-soldered memory >an extra M.2 SSD slot >14" 16:10 screen (even if it means a slightly larger footprint) >At least a 60 Wh battery >proven QC so that there will be less reports about them breaking just outside the warranty period among a few other things... I don't know, probably just dreaming haha
  3. These "leaked" SKU's on the current and upcoming Nvidia 30 series cards are rather exciting!

     

    What's the unnamed SKU though? 3070 Ti? 🤔

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    1. Spotty

      Spotty

      Notice the blue line under it? Clearly it's the new Intel Xe graphics card

       

      /s

    2. EJMB

      EJMB

      I agree bro...Team Red and Team Green better watch out! 😂

  4. LG has just officially announced their latest phone which has a different form factor as compared to the typical "glass sandwich" design. It comes with a swiveling POLED screen which is designed to increase functionality. I definitely think this is a possible alternative to folding phones for those who want a secondary screen but don't want the fragile folding component. I honestly want to see how creative people will be able to use this device and it's very unique form factor. Sources: https://www.cnet.com/news/lg-wing-5g-lgs-swivel-phone
  5. Yeah...it was bought at around $31 billion back in 2016 so a relatively small growth after over 4 years.
  6. I wasn't referring to applications on the average consumer level. I'm talking about cloud computing to be used my national governments and corporations and the unfortunate possibility that everything (and I MEAN EVERYTHING from your personal info, routes your cars take in the city, to all the cameras and what they see, to all public and private records, you name it and there's a possibility it can be accessed by the internet then it's possible all the data about everyone and what they do and it's electronic record being stored in "hubs") being shared in hubs within countries connected by th
  7. You should've been the one to have posted the topic. You are much more knowledgeable than me or most people about things like these!
  8. Update (9/14/2020): ---------------------------------------------- SoftBank is set to sell the UK's Arm Holdings to US chip company Nvidia for more than 40 Billion US dollars and it will be a matter of a cash-and-stock takeover. This may be announced as soon as Monday and will make SoftBank will become the largest shareholder in the US chip company. The fear of the possibility of a large conglomerate corporation like Nvidia will have too much control in the industry (or any company in any industry) is one that I'm sure a lot of people will be concerned
  9. yes and no The future would seem that the ultimate goal is to have every bit of the habitable earth (I'm not a fan of this to be honest) be connected in some manner through wireless technology such as 5g or whatever generation as the case may be in the future at the bare minimum. Failsafes such as redundancy of local nodes/stations and backup power storage and generation will most likely be put in place to prevent any downtimes (so no, it most likely won't turn into a brick given that local stations would likely be put in place and would function more should central areas be disabled for
  10. That is correct The experiment/study they performed was only done on the skin "side" meaning that the neuro-engineering/neuromorphic technology requried for this to link with the CNS has yet to be developed. It might be be that we will see this tech in humanoid robots first but we'll see.
  11. How large is the Star Trek universe? I can only imagine there's a ton of content to watch or read but I'm not much of a comic/graphic novel reader if ever
  12. Alright...seems like there will be a lot of time spent watching all of Star Trek if I started
  13. I hope they don't but a lot of people want to have a hassle-free experience like have everything done for them...not a fan of it to be honest. I'm more concerned about who controls the cloud...you can only imagine what kind of power they would hold.
  14. Nope, not what I meant though but I'm not sure if you're being sarcastic but alright. I meant having all the computing and storage elements of everything in central "cloud" areas so there is a possibility that in the future the only thing we'll have in our home as personal computers will be screens and I/O connected to the cloud and all your data and computing needs will be handled from it. For phones, wearables and mobile devices, 5G will probably handle the wireless portion of this "cloud" future.
  15. Not sure if this has been posted before but might as well... Summary UCL engineers, together with two companies, Xtera and KDDI Research, achieved a data transmission rate of 178 terabits a second (178,000,000 megabits a second). They claim it would be possible to download the entire Netflix library in less than a second. This was achieved by transmitting data through a much wider range of colors of light, or wavelengths, than is typically used in optical fiber through new Geometric Shaping (GS) constellations. They are basically patterns of signal combinations that al
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