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Images surface of new Xbox Series X

Published on 01/23/2020 @ 10 AM EST

The next generation of the gaming console may include five ports, according to leaked photos. It's no guarantee the design will stay the same until launch, but the images show Ethernet, power, USB, HDMI, and S/PDIF ports. The photos also show a USB port on the front of the new Xbox Series X.

Samsung new smartphone rumors

Published on 12/07/2019 @ 1 AM EST

Reports show Samsung may be adding its 108-megapixel camera to the Galaxy S11, along with a much-improved battery. The smartphone is said to have a “Time of Flight” sensor for augmented reality functions.

Qualcomm debuts 5G chips

Published on 12/04/2019 @ 8 AM EST

Announced at the Snapdragon Tech Summit, Qualcomm revealed the flagship Snapdragon 865, 765, and 765G, of which the 765 comes with 5G built-in. This will help reduce the cost of new 5G smartphones as they won’t require an additional modem.

Amazon developed faster server hardware

Published on 12/01/2019 @ 2 AM EST

The newly updated processor is created specifically for data centers and will reach Amazon Web Services soon. It's possible the new ARM chip is as much as 20% faster than Graviton, which was released last year. Though not yet officially announced, the new processor could have as many as 32 cores.

Dubai will use Tesla Cybertruck in police force

Published on 11/30/2019 @ 12 AM EST

Apparently among the 250,000 preorders, Dubai plans to use the new Tesla vehicle in 2020. The cybertrucks will be used to make its police force known in tourist areas. With a thick stainless steel exterior, the Tesla cybertruck may also have bulletproof windows.

Tesla Cybertruck pre-order numbers

Published on 11/25/2019 @ 9 AM EST

Elon Musk tweeted that there have been 187,000 Cybertruck orders so far, claiming it was all done “with no advertising & no paid endorsement.” Of those, 41% have chosen the dual motor, while 41% chose the tri-motor and 17% the single motor.