Samsungs huge mobile event is just over a week away, and before all the details surface from random sources– like this Galaxy Watch 3 hands-on video– the company released its own teaser. You can clearly spot the shapes of five gadgets, which appear to be the Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Buds Live, Galaxy Watch 3, a new Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Note 20.
Samsung Is there even anything delegated leak prior to Unpacked 2020 starts on August 5th? The only thing that would surprise me at this point is a sub-$ 1,000 cost for that brand-new collapsible phone.
Chernobyl mold might protect astronauts from deep-space radiation
Growing simply a 9cm thick layer might assist.
Scientists from Stanford and North Carolina universities discovered that fungus prospering in the nuclear fallout of Chernobyl obstructed radiation on the International Space Station (ISS). They think that, in the future, it could be adapted for journeys to the Moon and Mars.Continue reading.
Garmin verifies a cyber attack took its systems offline
Itll still be a couple of days before whatever is back to regular.
Garmin Garmin, the sports tech business, has confirmed earlier reports that it was the victim of an external cyber attack that encrypted some of the businesss systems. Most importantly, Garmin says it has “no proof” that the criminals accessed any customer data, including payment info stored in Garmin Pay.
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Intel swaps around officers as it chases after 7nm CPUs
Its chief engineering officer will leave August 3rd.
Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation Last week, Intel exposed that yields for CPUs produced on a 7nm process were running a year behind schedule, which will slow its shift to more efficient processors. Now the chipmaker has actually reshuffled executives in charge, with primary engineering officer Dr. Murthy Renduchintala leaving the company.
Now Dr. Ann Kelleher is leading the push for 5nm and 7nm processes. Intels news release credits Kelleher with directing the businesss increase of 10nm tech– something it needs to do again as Intel aims to rely on outside fabs instead of the vertically-integrated production processes of old.Continue reading.
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Garmin Garmin, the sports tech business, has actually validated earlier reports that it was the victim of an external cyber attack that secured some of the businesss systems. It took a number of systems offline late last week. Crucially, Garmin says it has “no evidence” that the wrongdoers accessed any customer information, consisting of payment details stored in Garmin Pay. Garmin confirmed itll still be a couple of days prior to everything is back to normal.Continue reading.