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Convenient Google Photos feature. Video scaling

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Google regularly updates its service for viewing and editing photos and videos with new features. Over the past year, new features have been added for watching videos, and now users have begun to get a new option for scaling videos.

By clicking on the screen, you can monitor and view specific areas of the video for more detailed study. On the other hand, double-tapping will fill your phone’s display with video, while double-tapping again will zoom out.

The update is being distributed on the server side, this feature is already available to a number of users around the world. It may take several days before the corresponding feature appears on your device.

Late last year, Google added cinematic photography to the service. This function allows you to give a 3D effect to your photos. It works automatically in the Memories section, users sometimes see cinematic photos in their last best moments at the top of the photo grid.

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Not only Wi-Fi 6. Samsung Galaxy A54 is the manufacturer’s first mid-budget phone with eSIM support

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Not only Wi Fi 6 Samsung Galaxy A54 is the manufacturers

After Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy A54 phone, more details about it began to emerge. We already wrote that the device was the first in its class among Samsung devices to receive Wi-Fi 6, and now it is reported that it was the first to receive eSIM as well.

Not only Wi-Fi 6. Samsung Galaxy A54 is the manufacturer's first mid-budget phone with eSIM support

Thus, the Samsung Galaxy A54 is compatible with both physical SIM cards and digital ones. More mid-range Samsung smartphones are expected to support eSIM in the future.

Recall that the Samsung Galaxy A54 is built on the proprietary Samsung Exynos 1380, equipped with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen with a frame rate of 120 Hz, a 50-megapixel camera with OIS, a 5000 mAh battery and has IP67 protection.

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The world’s first 3D-printed rocket took off on its third attempt, but never reached orbit

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The worlds first 3D printed rocket took off on its third

Relativity Space has made its third attempt at launching its 3D printed Terran R rocket. This time the rocket took to the air, which the company called a success, but it did not reach orbit: the first stage worked normally, but the second one turned on only for a short time. What happened next with the rocket is not reported, but most likely it fell.

The world's first 3D-printed rocket took off on its third attempt, but never reached orbit

The first launch of the Terran R was scheduled for March 8, but was delayed due to problems with fuel temperature. The second launch on March 11 did not take place due to problems with fuel pressure.

The world's first 3D-printed rocket took off on its third attempt, but never reached orbit

The Terran R is 33.5 meters long and 2.2 meters in diameter. Most of it is 3D printed and takes about 2 months to complete. The rocket runs on liquid oxygen and liquid natural gas. It is assumed that it will be able to launch up to 1250 kg of payload into low Earth orbit. Since it is much cheaper to manufacture than traditional rockets, it is assumed that the Terran R will be able to significantly reduce the cost of launching satellites.

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Audi against “Euro-7”, and Skoda threatens to close the plant and lay off thousands of employees because of the new standard

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Audi against Euro 7 and Skoda threatens to close the plant

Audi CEO Markus Duesmann said the mid-2025 deadline for the implementation of Euro 7 regulations on pollution should be delayed as it doesn’t give automakers enough time to prepare.

The Euro 7 standard, which regulates exhaust emissions of pollutants such as carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide, as well as fine particles, received preliminary approval in November last year. It also proposes for the first time to regulate particulate emissions from brake pads and tires.

Automakers will have to re-certify every transmission in their portfolio, a lengthy and costly process. New technologies, upgraded filters and catalysts will need to be created, and automakers say they will have to pass on much of that cost to buyers.

Many see Euro 7 as an unnecessary milestone that will divert resources from the ultimate goal of electrification. Company executives say the rules will only apply to the latest generation of internal combustion engines until a proposal to allow only zero-emission vehicles to be sold in Europe after 2035.

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Skoda head of sales Martin Jahn said on Sunday that the Czech brand Volkswagen Group will have to close the plant and phase out models if the Euro 7 standard is adopted in its current form.

“If the Euro 7 standard is approved in this form, it will mean that Skoda Auto will close one plant, because we will stop producing smaller models – Fabia, Scala, Kamiq – this means at least 3,000 jobs will be reduced,” said Martin Yang in a televised debate.

“We strongly believe that we need to adjust the current proposal,” added Markus Duesmann. “We spent a lot of time and money developing electric vehicles.”

Strict adherence to Euro 7 would divert investment away from electric vehicles, he said, and higher prices for buyers would “really weaken the situation.”

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