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Billionaires should pay more taxes to help the next Elon Musk. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren Claims Elon Musk Has Paid Very Little Taxes in Past Years

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Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts), who often argues with Elon Musk over US legislation, said he and his fellow billionaires should pay taxes to support the next generation of entrepreneurs who can make a difference.

Let’s not forget that Elon Musk did not achieve success alone. He got huge investments from the government, from the taxpayers, from those public school teachers and those minimum wage workers who have been paying taxes all along to get this business going and help it get through the hard times.

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Billionaires should pay more taxes to help the next Elon Musk.  Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren Claims Elon Musk Has Paid Very Little Taxes in Past Years

Today, Tesla has a market value in excess of $1 trillion on the stock market, and SpaceX is one of the most successful and valuable private companies in the world.

When you achieve great success, we will ask you to pay your fair share of taxes. Invest so that the next Elon Musk has a chance to succeed too.

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The Biden administration on Monday proposed a minimum billionaire income tax that would require US households worth more than $100 million to pay at least 20% of their income in taxes. More than half of income can come from households worth more than $1 billion.

Elizabeth Warren claims that Elon Musk has paid very little in taxes in recent years, with the latest figures putting his current net worth at over $270 billion. In February, Musk bragged on Twitter that last year he paid the largest tax in history for an individual in the US.

Elon Musk has criticized the White House plan, saying that Tesla and SpaceX would have shut down by now if there was a tax on billionaires.

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34 inches, 144Hz, 3440 x 1440 pixels for $235. Xiaomi Mi 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor drops in price in China

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In China, the cost of the elderly, but still relevant Xiaomi Mi 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor has dropped to a minimum: you can buy it on the JD.com site for the equivalent of $ 235.

34 inches, 144Hz, 3440 x 1440 pixels for $235.  Xiaomi Mi 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor drops in price in China

Xiaomi Mi 144Hz Curved Gaming Monitor is equipped with a curved (radius of curvature – 1.5 m) VA panel with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels and a frame rate of 144 Hz when connected via DisplayPort. The panel of the device provides coverage of 121% of the sRGB color space and 85% of NTSC. The maximum brightness is 300 cd / sq.m., AMD Freesync frame rate synchronization technology is supported.

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Why overpay for smartphones with 5G? On the example of the Samsung Galaxy A14, you can see that we are talking about a huge difference in performance.

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The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G smartphone was introduced at the beginning of the month, but the company is preparing a more affordable version with 4G support. And today we have all the main characteristics of this model and images.

Why overpay for smartphones with 5G?  On the example of the Samsung Galaxy A14, you can see that we are talking about a huge difference in performance.

The design of the younger version will be the same, except that instead of brown it will be silver. Many characteristics will also not change, although there will still be differences.

The main thing, of course, is the platform. Instead of the latest Exynos 1330, MediaTek Helio G80 is used. Compared to the Exynos 850 in the Galaxy A13 4G, this is certainly a very significant improvement. For comparison, the Exynos 850 scores about 145,000 points in AnTuTu 9, while the Helio G80 scores 230,000 points. True, the same Exynos 1330 is gaining more than 410,000 points, so the difference between the A14 4G and 5G versions in performance is enormous.

The screen of the Galaxy A14 4G will retain the size of 6.6 inches, Full HD + resolution, but there will be no increased frame rate, like the A14 5G. The battery with a capacity of 5000 mAh, the main 50-megapixel camera, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of flash memory will also remain, but charging will be only 10-watt. But the smartphone will receive stereo speakers.

The novelty will be released at the end of March. In Eastern Europe, they will ask for 200 euros for it.

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The youngest version of the Samsung Galaxy S23 will be worse than all other models and versions of the line. She’ll get an older memory

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S23 smartphones will use the latest LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 flash storage. But not all versions.

The youngest version of the Samsung Galaxy S23 will be worse than all other models and versions of the line.  She'll get an older memory

According to insider Ice Universe, the base model of the Galaxy S23 with 128 GB of flash memory will receive UFS 3.1 flash memory. This is just about the younger model, since the S23 + in the minimum configuration will have 256 GB of flash memory, like the S23 Ultra.

As for such a strange difference, it seems that it is not at all Samsung’s desire to save money. As the insider says, apparently, the company itself simply does not produce UFS 4.0 chips with a capacity of less than 256 GB.

At the same time, there are Kioxia 128 GB UFS 4.0 chips on the market – these are used in Xiaomi 13. However, tests show that such memory is significantly slower than the values ​​\u200b\u200bdeclared for UFS 4.0, which, apparently, Samsung decided to use its UFS memory 3.1 in the base version of the Galaxy S23.

Ice Universe was the first to accurately talk about the new trend for smartphones with waterfall screens, about the bangs in the iPhone X, about the new design of the iPhone 14 and Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor

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