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Citroen brings back a century-old logo

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Citroen has unveiled a new logo and corporate identity for the brand. For the first time, the new nameplate will appear on the concept car, which will be presented at the end of September.

According to the automotive resource Motor.ru, the new logo is essentially a copy of the original, 1919 model. It is based on the historical “double chevron” – a combination of two curved stripes, which are again enclosed in an oval.

Citroen brings back a century-old logo

In 1959, the oval of the strip went beyond the boundaries of the oval, and in 1985 the oval was abandoned. In addition, under the oval there is an inscription with the name of the brand, which first joined the emblem in 1966. Along with the logo debuted a new slogan: “Nothing drives us like Citroën.”

Citroen plans to completely phase out petrol engines in Europe by 2030. In the fall of 2023, the electric Citroen C3 will go on sale, then the e-C3 Aircross crossover should be shown, and the premiere of another crossover, the e-C5 Aircross, is scheduled for 2025. At the same time, commercial vehicles will also switch to electricity, e-Berlingo will be the first.

Citroen brings back a century-old logo

Meanwhile, in China and emerging markets, the automaker intends to sell petrol and diesel vehicles for a long time to come.

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86-inch 4K TV for $860. Xiaomi EA Pro 86 launched in China

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86 inch 4K TV for 860 Xiaomi EA Pro 86 launched

In China, pre-orders for Xiaomi’s new large EA Pro TV have begun. The model with the 86-inch display is priced at just $860. Retail sales of the new TV in China will start very soon – on December 10th.

86-inch 4K TV for $860.  Xiaomi EA Pro 86 launched in China

Xiaomi EA Pro 86 received a metal case, the display occupies 97.3% of the front panel area. The screen is characterized by a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, it supports MEMC technology. A pair of 20W speakers are responsible for sound reproduction.

The hardware platform is based on the MediaTek MT9638 single-chip system, the CPU of which is represented by four Arm Cortex-A55 cores. The amount of RAM is 2 GB, flash memory – 16 GB. There are Wi-Fi (dual-band) and Bluetooth 5.0 adapters, an RJ-45 port, two USB Type-A and two HDMI.

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A unique camera, autofocus on all modules, but also a lot of minuses. Tecno Phantom X2 Pro Reviews Appeared

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Tecno today introduced an unusual smartphone Phantom X2 Pro. He was the first in the world to receive a retractable portrait lens, and the camera module looks very unusual. Now, reviews and details have appeared on the Web.

A unique camera, autofocus on all modules, but also a lot of minuses.  Tecno Phantom X2 Pro Reviews Appeared

Since the camera is the main feature of the device, it is worth clarifying that the main feature here is the 50-megapixel ISOCELL GNV sensor, which was used, for example, in the Vivo X80. This is a very large 1/1.3″ optical format sensor using an RGBW pixel arrangement. The portrait camera is based on a 50-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL JN1 sensor in 1/2.76-inch optical format, while the wide-angle camera received a rare Samsung S5K3L6 in 1/3-inch optical format. None of the cameras have optical stabilization, but all have autofocus.

According to the GSM Arena review, in general, the smartphone’s cameras are quite good.

A unique camera, autofocus on all modules, but also a lot of minuses.  Tecno Phantom X2 Pro Reviews Appeared

At the same time, the Phantom X2 Pro still falls short of many flagships from more famous companies. The novelty does not have water protection, the screen is far from the brightest and does not support HDR video, charging is not the fastest and there are no stereo speakers.

At the same time, the price of the novelty is far from low. So far, it is only known that in Saudi Arabia they are asking for about $ 930 for the device.

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New research shows laser exposure to the brain improves memory

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New research shows laser exposure to the brain improves memory

Researchers who are developing new non-invasive laser therapies to improve brain function have confirmed that people’s short-term memory can be improved using a laser. It stimulates the right prefrontal area in the brain. This is called transcranial photobiomodulation (tPBM).

New research shows laser exposure to the brain improves memory

The first studies were conducted on mice, and now scientists from the University of Birmingham and Beijing Normal University of China have conducted similar tests on humans. They were attended by 90 men and women aged 18 to 25 years. They were asked to memorize a series of items that were shown on a screen.

The experiments used a laser with a wavelength of 1064 nanometers. After 12 minutes of stimulation, short-term memory improved up to 10%.

So far, scientists do not know exactly why this effect works and how long it lasts. Therefore, more research is expected. However, in the future, it is possible that tPBM technology will become a solution for non-invasive and non-pharmacological treatment of ADHD (hyperactivity disorder) or other attention deficit disorders.

Experiments of this kind are being conducted not only with lasers, but also with electrical and ultrasonic brain stimulation. However, none of the technologies has reached the commercial level so far.

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