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ALLEGED IPHONE 12 PRO MAX WITH THE A14 BIONIC SOC APPEARS ON ANTUTU

ALLEGED IPHONE 12 PRO MAX WITH THE A14 BIONIC SOC APPEARS ON ANTUTU

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 EFE UDIN SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 There is a little delay in the official launch of the Apple iPhone 12 series which uses the Bionic A14 chip. This year, the iPad Air 4 is the first to use the A14 Bionic SoC. However, if the recent speculations are true, the iPhone 12 Pro Max now has an AnTuTu rating. According to AnTuTu, a device with a model of “iPhone 13,4” appeared in its back-end database. The screen size and processor frequency of the new phone are unknown. However, the screen resolution is 2688 × 1242 which is consistent with the iPhone 11 Pro Max. Thus, there are widespread reports that this device could be the iPhone 12 Pro Max. According to AnTuTu, the “iPhone 13,4″ uses 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. For comparison, the memory capaci...
The first music video shot on Snap Spectacles 3 is a rumination on love

The first music video shot on Snap Spectacles 3 is a rumination on love

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Bosco's "4th of July" makes the moments of a relationship look like magic. Chris Velazco, @chrisvelazco8h ago 0Comments 46Shares Bosco Over the years, we've seen music videos and movies shot on iPhones, GoPros, and even in a few disappointing cases, Google Glass. Long story short, if a gadget has a camera, people will use it to make art, and that streak continues today with a new music video from R&B artist Bosco that was shot entirely on Snap’s Spectacles 3. As you might expect, the video -- made to accompany Bosco's single "4th of July" -- is packed to the gills with Snapchat's augmented reality lenses. For about four minutes, the artist's face sits locked on the left side of the screen, clad in a series of Snapchat's face-al...
MEDIATEK AND HISILICON RISE AS QUALCOMM PLUNGE IN THE MOBILE CHIP MARKET

MEDIATEK AND HISILICON RISE AS QUALCOMM PLUNGE IN THE MOBILE CHIP MARKET

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 EFE UDIN SEPTEMBER 17, 2020 A few days ago, statistical agency, Counterpoint Research, released an analysis report on the mobile phone AP (application processor) market in the second quarter of this year. From the perspective of the global market, Qualcomm’s chip market share in the quarter was 29%, followed by MediaTek with 26%. The gap between Qualcomm and MediaTek is very small. In the same period of last year, Qualcomm hit 33% while MediaTek hit 24%. While the market share of Qualcomm is plunging, MediaTek is rising.  Join GizChina on Telegram At the same time, compared with last year, Huawei HiSilicon surpassed Samsung, ranking third with a total shipment share of 16%. HiSilicon also managed a rise from 12% last year to 16%...
Mophie’s latest portable battery pack has a flip-out Apple Watch charger

Mophie’s latest portable battery pack has a flip-out Apple Watch charger

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It revealed three new wireless charging stations designed for Apple devices. Kris Holt, @krisholt4h ago 0Comments 95Shares  Mophie Mophie has unveiled its latest slate of wireless charging devices, which are primarily designed for Apple products. The $140 portable Powerstation all-in-one could come in handy while you’re on the move. It has an 8,000mAh battery that can charge four devices at once. You can power up your gizmos via a wireless charging surface, USB-A and USB-C ports and a flip-out magnetic charger for your (possibly brand new) Apple Watch. You’ll be able to charge your iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods at the same time on the $140 3-in-1 wireless charging stand with a dedicated spot for each item. I...
Trump administration readies major arms sale to Taiwan

Trump administration readies major arms sale to Taiwan

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By Ryan Browne and Jennifer Hansler, CNN Updated 2237 GMT (0637 HKT) September 17, 2020  Washington (CNN)The Trump administration is expected to soon approve another major weapons sale including drones to Taiwan, according to congressional and administration sources. The move comes as the US and Taiwan are strengthening ties and amid mounting tensions between Washington and Beijing. The US is preparing to sell seven packages of weapons systems to Taiwan, a congressional aide told CNN, saying it was unclear when the Congress would be formally notified about the sales, as is required by law. A US official said that the administration will soon formally approve a large sale of MQ-9B Reaper drones. The value of the drones and associated equipment and p...
Shoots and leaves: the shotgun scientist who hunts moving trees

Shoots and leaves: the shotgun scientist who hunts moving trees

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As forests evolve in the face of climate crisis, some surprising methods are being used to track how species migrateThe age of extinction is supported by Anna Turns Thu 17 Sep 2020 11.00 BSTLast modified on Thu 17 Sep 2020 20.24 BST  Angelica Patterson: ‘A shotgun is an efficient, cheap and effective way to collect the high-up leaves.’ Angelica Patterson is on the lookout, shotgun in hand, as she hikes through New York state’s Black Rock Forest. She focuses on her target high up in the canopy, then bang – a branch falls to the ground. “I can’t climb trees, building scaffolding is expensive, and using a slingshot requires a lot of skill,” she says. “A shotgun is an efficient, cheap and effective way to collect the high-up leaves that have full...
The student daring to challenge Thailand’s monarchy

The student daring to challenge Thailand’s monarchy

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17 September 2020 Image captionPanusaya Sithijirawattanakul delivers a 10-point manifesto on stage in August "There was fear lurking inside me, deep fear of the consequences," says Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul.  In August, the 21-year-old nervously stepped onto a stage in Thailand and delivered an open challenge to the monarchy. To the cheering of thousands of students of one of Thailand's top universities, she read out a now-famous 10-point manifesto, calling for reform of the monarchy. It was a shocking move. Thais are taught from birth to revere and love the monarchy, but also to fear the consequences of speaking about it. 'Life would never be the same' Thailand is one of the few countries with a lese majeste law. Anyone criticising the king, the queen, t...
WHO warns Europe over ‘very serious’ Covid surge

WHO warns Europe over ‘very serious’ Covid surge

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Published1 hour agoRelated Topics Coronavirus pandemic image captionThe Czech Republic announced a record number of daily cases Surging coronavirus figures across Europe should serve as "a wake-up call", the World Health Organization's regional director has said.Hans Kluge said in the past two weeks the number of new cases had doubled in more than half of European member states."We have a very serious situation unfolding before us," he said. He was speaking as the number of confirmed infections worldwide crept towards the 30 million mark.More than 942,000 people have died since the coronavirus emerged in China late last year.Speaking in Copenhagen on Thursday, Mr Kluge said 300,000 new infections were reported across Europe last week alone and weekly cases had exceeded those...
Projek demonstrasi 5G persiapan negara hadapi teknologi baharu

Projek demonstrasi 5G persiapan negara hadapi teknologi baharu

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| | 17 September 2020 KOTA KINABALU - Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia (SKMM) telah melaksanakan Projek Demonstrasi 5G atau 5GDP sebagai pendekatan baharu bagi persiapan negara untuk menghadapi kemunculan teknologi baharu. Menteri Komunikasi dan Multimedia, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah berkata, pendekatan baharu itu ialah untuk membenarkan lebih banyak projek demonstrasi dijalankan bagi membolehkan ujian teknologi dan proses merekayasa. "Ia juga membolehkan perancangan lebih teratur dalam mengutamakan ketersediaan sumber-sumber spektrum dan rangkaian boleh dilancarkan secara bersasar agar kos yang dibelanjakan adalah optimum bagi memastikan perkhidmatan baharu adalah berpatutan kepada pengguna akhir," katanya ketika berucap pada majlis pelancaran Gerbang Sabah di si...
‘Datuk’, ‘Datuk Seri’ bergelut dengan polis

‘Datuk’, ‘Datuk Seri’ bergelut dengan polis

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EMPAT individu yang bergelut dengan anggota polis dalam serbuan di sebuah premis di Banda Hilir dibawa ke Kompleks Mahkamah di Ayer Keroh, Melaka, kelmarin.– UTUSAN/DIYANATUL ATIQAH ZAKARYA Oleh DIYANATUL ATIQAH ZAKARYA17 September 2020, 8:02 am Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on whatsappShare on emailShare on telegram MELAKA: Empat individu dengan dua daripada mereka mengaku bergelar ‘Datuk’ dan ‘Datuk Seri’ ditahan selepas insiden bergelut dengan anggota polis dalam satu serbuan di sebuah premis hiburan dekat Banda Hilir, di sini awal pagi kelmarin. Dalam kejadian kira-kira pukul 2.50 pagi itu, kesemua suspek yang berusia 27 hingga 41 tahun, dikatakan berang selepas sepasukan polis ingin melakukan pemeriksaan ke atas mereka. Ketua Polis Daerah Melaka Tengah, Asiste...