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The Samsung Galaxy S20 has more RAM than most laptops

Samsung recently announced the new Galaxy S20 range. The flagships of the Korean house will have an incredible amount of RAM: 8 GB and 12 GB. But which smartphone needs so much RAM? "Android, ...
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Xbox Series X, Samsung would like support for Ultrawide

We have now reached such a technological level that the next consoles, including Xbox One X, will probably be able to manage 4K resolution without problems. Samsung, however, is looking for "new" market niches ...
Odyssey +

Odissey +, the virtual reality viewer is launched at a discount

Odissey + is an entry level virtual reality viewer produced by Samsung that could be the perfect gift, provided that the shipment is not late. Now virtual reality is slowly depopulating in homes ...
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[TECH DIVE] Building a PC - Monitor

This series of articles has two purposes at the same time: educational and commercial. They will try to explain more clearly what the various PC components are and at the same time they will guide you in choosing the best components ...
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[TECH DIVE] Building a PC - Storage

This series of articles has two purposes at the same time: educational and commercial. They will try to explain more clearly what the various PC components are and at the same time they will guide you in choosing the best components ...
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Samsung Galaxy 10 - charging will be even faster

Samsung is famous for its smartphones, fast, reliable and with an attractive design. Recently I heard that the Korean giant is inserting an 10W battery with its system into its Galaxy S5 25G ...
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Samsung challenges Apple Arcade

Samsung is about to introduce a new subscription service for games. The main purpose is obviously to compete with Apple Arcade. Perhaps a new patent and a related story to follow. As reported ...
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Samsung patents new fingerprint

Samsung has filed a patent for the integration of the fingerprint reading on the totality of a telephone display. Currently it is possible to have the fingerprint detected directly on the screen, but only in a fixed part and ...

Has the Star Wars: Battlefront spin-off been canceled by EA?

Star Wars: Battlefront, EA's much-discussed shooter, could have expanded thanks to a spin-off coming to the next generation consoles. What's this...

Minecraft Earth, the dedicated "Amiibo" are coming soon

One of the few choices that hit the mark during the Nintendo Wii U era was certainly the marketing of the Amiibo. Mattel seems to want to try now by producing a ...

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