Samsung has unveiled the Exynos 2200, a new mobile CPU developed in-house for smartphones. It’s the first mobile system-on-a-chip to have an AMD RDNA 2 graphics architecture GPU, allowing features like hardware-accelerated ray tracing to be enabled. The partnership with AMD has been in the works for a long time.
After days of uncertainty, the saga surrounding Novak Djokovic’s participation in this year’s Australian Open came to an end on Sunday. After losing his legal fight to a decision to revoke his visa for the second time, the tennis star boarded an Emirates flight bound for Dubai. Three Federal Court
According to Oxfam, billionaires added $5 trillion to their fortunes during the pandemic, worsening economic inequality while the virus forced millions of people into poverty around the world. According to Oxfam, the total wealth of billionaires increased from $8.6 trillion in March 2020 to $13.8 trillion in November 2021, a
Melky Cabrera, a long-time major-league outfielder, has announced his retirement. Cabrera, 37, played in the major leagues for 15 years, mostly with the Yankees, White Sox, Royals, and Blue Jays. Cabrera hit.285/.334/.417 (103 OPS+) with 1,962 hits, 144 home runs, 383 doubles, 101 stolen bases, and a WAR of 20.6
According to report, Apple is considering delaying the release of its highly anticipated virtual reality headset until late 2022 at the earliest. Despite the fact that Apple has never disclosed work on a headset, investors and experts increasingly expect it will become a significant new product category for the company.
60 Minutes Plus has been cancelled by ViacomCBS’s tentpole streaming service, Paramount Plus, which was advertised as one of the service’s premium exclusives. The company confirmed that 60 Minutes Plus, a spinoff of its award-winning TV news magazine 60 Minutes, will no longer be produced. Variety previously reported, citing individuals familiar
Next week, a massive asteroid will fly safely by our planet. According to a statement from NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, the asteroid 7482 (1994 PC1) will make its closest approach to our planet on Jan. 18 at 4:51 p.m.