Daily News – 29th of November 2019
What’s new

Amazon developed faster ARM-based chips for its cloud servers

The new AWS chip utilizes technology from ARM Holdings and it will be at least 20 percent faster than the company’s first Arm-based chip, Graviton, which was released last year. The cloud computing market is currently controlled by Intel and AMD with the former controlling more than 90 percent of the server processor market.
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Samsung is working on a new version of the QLED quantum dot technology

The company’s researchers have found a new way to commercialise true quantum dot LED panels that promise self-emissive diodes. The new technology is using indium phosphide and offers lifetime of up to a million hours, while boosting efficiency by more than 20% by cutting back on oxidation and energy leaks.
More info are available here. 

New products

Galaxy Note 10 Lite

Galaxy Note 10 Lite will have Exynos 981 processor and 6 GB of RAM. It will come with native storage of 128 GB.
More info here.

Oppo Reno3 Pro 5G

The phone will have a curved edge display and a glass body with a thickness of 7.7mm. It will come with a 4,025 mAh battery.
More info here. 

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Price comparison services urge EU regulators to take action against Google

A group of 41 price comparison sites, including Idealo, Kelkoo, Ceneo and Foundem, have signed a joint letter to European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, accusing Google of “artfully avoiding compliance with the law”. In 2017 Google was fined €2.42 million and ordered to stop favoring its own price comparison shopping service.
You can read more here. 

Researchers developed E. coli strain that ‘eats’ carbon-dioxide

The bacteria usually prefer sugars (glucose), but the lab-created strain could be used to create biofuels with a lower emissions footprint than conventional production methods. The achievement is a milestone, said the researchers, because it drastically alters the inner workings of one of biology’s most popular model organisms.
More info can be found here. 


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