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After coming to Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android last Tuesday, Chrome OS 86 will be rolling out over the coming weeks. There are a number of usability improvements in this release with a focus on making Chromebooks “more accessible for people with disabilities.” To improve visibility, as well as “add a personal touch to your Chromebook,” users can now theme the mouse cursor: red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, magenta or pink. This preference is available from system Settings Advanced Accessibility Manage accessibility features Mouse and touchpad.
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On October 6, SK hynix released the world’s first-ever DDR5 DRAM after years of development. The new generation of DRAM has been introduced as “a high-speed and high-density product” targeted at Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning sectors. The company first developed a 16 GB DDR5 DRAM back in late 2018. And, in the following months, it collaborated with tech bigwigs like Intel to test and improve the technology further.
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Taiwan-based fabless semiconductor company MediaTek on Thursday unveiled the high-performance Smart TV chip with comprehensive features for modern 4K HDR displays. The new SoC called ‘MT9602' is designed to deliver real-time video optimisation with improved picture and audio quality, supported by MediaTek AI-PQ (picture quality) and AI-AQ (audio quality), along with HDMI 2.1a support, global HDR, and AV1 and AVS2 decoders.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3371063-1-0.html
Intel on Wednesday officially confirmed that its 11-gen Core desktop processors will release during the first quarter of 2021. Codenamed ‘Rocket Lake,’ the upcoming processors will be the successor to its Comet Lake-S chips for desktops and gaming PCs. In a blog post on Wednesday, John Bonini, Intel’s VP and GM of Client Computing Group Desktop, Workstations and Gaming, also confirmed that the new chips will arrive with PCIe 4.0 support. He further claimed that Rocket Lake will be ‘another fantastic processor for gaming,’ but did not announce any further details. However, rumors suggest that the chips will be based on the rumored ‘Cypress Cove’ architecture, which is a 14nm backport of the company’s Willow Cove design that forms the backbone of its current 11th-Gen Tiger Lake lineup.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3371025-1-0.html
October is the month for the release of flagship mobile phones in the second half of the year. iPhone 12 series, Huawei Mate 40 series, OnePlus 8T and many other models will be unveiled as scheduled this month. Among them, the top version of iPhone 12 and Huawei Mate 40 will be released. It will be equipped with SoC built by 5nm, which will open the curtain of a new generation of 5nm processor battle.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-3377761-1-0.html
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