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Chinese company Jiahe Jinwei begins serial production of DDR5 modules

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Many manufacturers of memory modules have already announced the release of DDR5 modules, but, according to the source, none of them has yet announced the start of mass production of these products.

Meanwhile, Jiahe Jinwei, one of the three largest manufacturers of memory modules in China, announced that it has begun serial production of DDR5 memory modules. They use microcircuits manufactured by Micron

The Chinese company owns brands such as Guangwei or Asgard. As we already reported, the VMA5AUK-MMH224W3 module was recently introduced under the second brand. This is a 64GB DDR5-4800 memory module. Presenting the novelty, the manufacturer also promised to master the production of 32 and 128 GB DDR5 modules.

Intel is expected to release the first DDR5-enabled platform later this year, featuring 12th Gen Core processors known as Alder Lake-S. To smooth the transition to the next generation of memory, Intel will provide support for both DDR4 and DDR5 in the 600 series chipsets. AMD will have DDR5 support on its platform, which will include AM5 Zen4 processors. When this will happen is not yet clear.

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Tesla electric cars may be banned in California due to incorrect advertising of the autopilot

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The California Department of Motor Vehicles has filed a complaint with the Office of Administrative Hearings against Tesla for incorrect advertising of an electric vehicle autonomous driving system. Lawyers representing the department believe that the word and phrase “autopilot” and “fully autonomous driving” used by the company in advertising materials mislead potential buyers and give them a false idea of ​​\u200b\u200bsafety.

Tesla electric cars may be banned in California due to incorrect advertising of the autopilot

In a statement, the California Department of Motor Vehicles is requiring Tesla to change the description and positioning of the features mentioned above when advertising and selling electric vehicles in California. In particular, the department asks the company to communicate in promotional materials about the limitations of these options in the same way as they are reported on the official Tesla website. Otherwise, the agency will insist on revoking Tesla’s license to sell cars in the state. It is noted that in this case, the restrictions will not affect the owners of already sold cars.

Tesla has 15 days to defend its rights in court. The company has not yet commented on the situation.

The US is not the first country where Tesla has been targeted by the authorities for misleading ads for autonomous driving. In the summer of 2020, a Munich court for the same reasons banned Elon Musk’s company from using the word “autopilot” in advertising for Tesla electric vehicles.

Meanwhile, Elon Musk announced the release of a new beta version of Tesla Autopilot: FSD Beta 10.69 will be released in the US on August 20.

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No simplified version of Nothing Phone (1): Carl Pei denied the preparation of such a model

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No simplified version of Nothing Phone 1 Carl Pei denied

The founder of Nothing, Carl Pei, commented on the social network rumors about the release of the budget version of Nothing Phone (1). According to them, the new version will lose the Glyph LED backlight.

No simplified version of Nothing Phone (1): Carl Pei denied the preparation of such a model

Pei stated that no simplified Nothing Phone (1) without LEDs is planned. He briefly called it “fake news”.

No simplified version of Nothing Phone (1): Carl Pei denied the preparation of such a model

Previously, the Nothing Phone (1) smartphone was tested in the AnTuTu benchmark, where it unexpectedly showed the best result in its class. At the same time, the smartphone endured the drop test worse. It is noteworthy that the screen can withstand drops in the presence of a film, but the back panel suffers much more.

The price of the smartphone is from 469 euros for the basic memory configuration.

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Ford has set a new record for the U.S. electric vehicle market. The company is second in the market after Tesla

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Ford has set a new record for the US electric

In the U.S. battery electric vehicle (BEV) market, Ford is number two, behind only Tesla.

Ford has set a new record for the U.S. electric vehicle market.  The company is second in the market after Tesla

In July this year, the total sales of Ford and Lincoln cars in the domestic market increased by 36.6% in annual terms and amounted to 163,942 cars. At the same time, Ford sales increased by 35.5% to 156,975 units, while Lincoln sales increased by 64.5% to 6,968 units.

Domestic sales of all-electric Ford vehicles hit a new record. In July of this year, the company sold 7,669 such vehicles, which is 169% more than a year earlier. In the structure of Ford sales in the US car market, such cars accounted for 4.9%, which is also a new record for the automaker.

The company notes that the growth rate of sales of Ford electric vehicles is ahead of the dynamics of the entire market, and in terms of the number of cars sold, the automaker is in second place, second only to Tesla.

Ford’s EV share is growing fast, the company said in a statement. — In July, Ford took a nearly 11 percent share in this segment of the car market, which was the highest figure in the history of the company.“.

In total, in July this year, Ford sold 2,173 Ford F-150 Lightning electric pickups, 4,970 Ford Mustang Mach-E vehicles, and 526 Ford E-Transit vans.

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