Weekly Tech News Headlines – Feb 3 2021

 LG deep dive into automotive platformsLG Electronics is struggling to maintain its position in the smartphone business and is considering an exit in 2021. The company has now announced its partnership with chipmaker Qualcomm to develop and focus on 5G automotive platforms. The market for self-driving vehicles, electric cars, and fully-connected cars is still growing and according to LG, 75% of all vehicles that will sell in 2027 will have some form of cellular connectivity inside. LG and Qualcomm have already been working together since 2004 to create different connected car solutions and LG’s in car infotainment and WebOS Auto…
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Weekly Tech News Headlines – Jan 16 2021

Weekly Tech News Headlines – Jan 16 2021

 Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Event 2021: Launch of Galaxy S21 series smartphone, Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy SmartTagSamsung in its virtual Galaxy Unpacked event has announced the next flagship smartphones series: The Galaxy S21, S21+ and the Galaxy S21 Ultra. Alongside these three smartphones, the company has also announced the arrival of Galaxy Buds Pro and the Galaxy SmartTag which is a smart Bluetooth tracker.The Galaxy S21 trio consist of the S21 Ultra which is the most expensive one and flaunts the highest specs in terms of phone size and hardwares. Galaxy S21 is the smallest and cheapest one among the…
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Nvidia announced its new GeForce RTX 30 series of Graphics Card

 Nvidia on Tuesday has released its next generation of Graphics card, the GeForce RTX 30 series. The new series of graphics card is based on Nvidia’s Ampere Architecture with 2nd Generation of Ray Tracing Cores and 3rd Generation on Tensor Cores. The new series of GPUs : RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070, is claimed to offer nearly twice the performance and power efficiency of the GeForce RTX 20 series.Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070The GeForce RTX 3070 will be the least expensive and affordable option for gamers. Compared to older GeForce RTX 2070, it will be 60% faster on average and…
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Nvidia teases something big on August 31st and it may be RTX 3000 series GPUs

 Pic Credits: wccftechOn August 10th, Official NVIDIA GeForce twitter account teased a mysterious video trailer. The post #UltimateCountdown shows a star going supernova after which the rumours of Nvidia launching its news RTX 3000 series GPU cards are now strong. The card presumably a GeForce RTX 3080 will be a successor to the current gaming beast RTX 2080....#UltimateCountdown pic.twitter.com/f23HcbHUk6— NVIDIA GeForce (@NVIDIAGeForce) August 10, 2020  August 10th is chosen to start a countdown of 21 days, maybe to give tribute to Nvidia’s first modern GPU: the GeForce 256, which was released 21 years back.In May 2020, Nvidia already unveiled its…
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