Like the 16:10 aspect ratio that's rapidly gained traction on laptops at the recent CES, high refresh rate OLEDs could become yet another distinguishing feature for 2021 laptops. They'll likely command a premium price at first, but economies of scale should eventually help with competing against ultra-fast LCDs. … [Read more...] about Samsung plans to mass-produce 90Hz OLED panels for laptops this year
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The real question isn't whether Apple could develop a VR headset (just look at the ingenuity of the AirPods Max), and there's little doubt that people will buy it (again, we only need look at the AirPods Max), but will there be the content to support it? … [Read more...] about Apple gearing up to release ‘expensive’ VR headset as early as 2022
The long-term questions about MagSafe are many, but right now I like it a lot more than I thought I would. But that doesn't mean I don't still want USB-C. I still hope Apple doesn't skip USB-C on the next iPhone. I'd prefer MagSafe be a doorway to an additional landscape of accessories, and hope that Apple stays far away from replacing that one port left on the iPhone. … [Read more...] about MagSafe on iPhone 12: I still want USB-C, but I was wrong about Apple’s magnetic charger
All that material surrounding the iron squeezes in on the core, but iron fusion doesn't release energy to counteract it. Instead, the core contracts to such incredible densities that electrons get shoved inside of protons, turning the entire core into a giant ball of neutrons. … [Read more...] about How do stars die?
The buds' charging case is the standard cube design found in similar products, but Samsung has created a couple of covers to give it a retro-tastic look. Buyers can choose from an Anycall T100 or an Anycall E700 cover, which look very similar to the clamshell handsets of the same names introduced in 2001 and 2003, respectively. … [Read more...] about Take a look at Samsung’s retro mobile-style Galaxy Buds Pro cases