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The Samsung 860 QVO are the new SSD units of up to 4 TB that opt ​​for the price / performance ratio
The storage segment does not stop to give us good news: manufacturers continue to offer more and more for less, and the last big bet of the market is the one that Samsung has just made in the field of SSD drives with its new Samsung 860 QVO .... Read more
Exynos 9820: the heart for the next Galaxy arrives with artificial intelligence and an improvement in efficiency of 40%
Samsung officially presents the new Exynos 9820, the company’s flagship processor that we will see on its next flagship. This chipset arrives to face the new Kirin 980 of Huawei and the Snapdragon 8150 of Qualcomm and in all probability the Galaxy S10 will be the smartphone that releases... Read more
Neither Intel nor Qualcomm: Apple will bet on making its own 5G modem for iPhones according to Bloomberg
The brand of the apple has never hidden its intention to take charge of all the production of its components. But there are pieces like the modem where Apple has always collaborated with third parties . Since 2012 with the iPhone 5, Apple has teamed up with Qualcomm to... Read more
Intel is reinforced in the multicore race: its new Cascade Lake (still in 14 nm) has 48 cores
The semiconductor giant has several fronts open with its competitors, and server processors are one of them. Now Intel has renewed its catalog with its new Xeon Cascade Lake Advanced Performance (AP) and Xeon E-2100 processors, which move to a multi-chip approach. Both are the answer to the AMD... Read more
The new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 with 6 GB of GDDR5X memory is the answer to the AMD Radeon RX 590
The launch of the GeForce RTX 20 family of NVIDIA has not meant the total abandonment of the previous series of graphics cards from this manufacturer, and in fact just presented the GTX 1060 with 6 GB of GDDR5X memory. This is the fourth version of this model that... Read more
Samsung is the first manufacturer to start the production of 7nm chips with the new extreme ultraviolet technology (EUV)
Samsung has just taken a major leap with respect to the development and manufacture of microprocessors, as the company reported that they have started with the large-scale production of the first 7nm chips manufactured under the process of ‘extreme ultraviolet lithography’, also known as EUV or EUVL (Extreme Ultra... Read more
OnePlus confirms that its next smartphone will arrive with a screen of 120 Hz with a “touch refresh rate” of 240 Hz
Everything indicates that the first smartphone trends for this year will focus on screens , which will range from flexible panels to those with increases in refreshment rates. Today we have already seen some models on the market and a few manufacturers who have already raised their hands to show their innovations this year. The most recent... Read more
SSD Reliability Myths and Facts – Their lifespan is (probably) longer than you expected
Solid state drives or SSDs have quietly become a revolution for the world of PCs and laptops , but they have done so with some hesitation. One of the most frequent is that urban legend that seems to point out that the useful life of these units is not as good as that... Read more
The UFS 3.1 standard is now official: more speed and better energy efficiency for mobile memories
The UFS 3.1 standard is now official , two years after UFS 3.0 was introduced as a standard in the technology industry. This is the first update by JEDC and they have focused on speed improvements as well as energy consumption by the memories. Meanwhile, UFS 3.0 is barely available on a tiny fraction of the mobiles... Read more
The United States is considering limiting the use of US chip-making equipment to companies that produce for Huawei, according to WSJ.
After renewing the Huawei veto exemption a few days ago , the Trump administration is planning a new trade restriction for China, as the Wall Street Journal exclusively reports . According to the media, this new measure would aim to “cut Chinese access to key semiconductor technology” by limiting the use of US chip-making equipment . As far... Read more