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Google Time Machine for Planet Earth discovered on Android

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Google has added a very interesting feature to the Google Earth mobile app without much ad.

A feature called Timelapse is already available on the web version of Google Earth for computers and mobiles, and now a similar feature for Time Machine has been found and activated in the Android app.

This was revealed by a developer named Kyler. Moreover, if the web version of Timelapse promised “the opportunity to see changes in this or that region of the Earth over more than 30 years”, then Kyler managed to see the San Francisco version of 1938 using Time Machine.

As you can see in the screenshot posted by Kyler, the interface is noticeably different from the web version. With the help of a special “slider” you can “jump” along the timeline or use the “arrows” to move to a certain year.

It is unclear at what stage of development this feature is now and when it will become available to regular users.

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Finally, Windows 11 users have the full power of Ryzen processors. Both performance issues have been resolved

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AMD and Microsoft have finally resolved both Ryzen and Epyc CPU performance issues when running Windows 11.

Microsoft has already released the patch in the Insider Build, now it’s available to everyone. Recall that it solves the problem of high latency in the L3 cache.

AMD, in turn, has released a patch that solves the problem of UEFI CPPC2 with incorrect work of the task scheduler for processor cores.

In the case of the first patch, you need to install a Windows update, but the second one needs to be downloaded from the AMD website yourself. More precisely, you do not need to download a patch, but a fresh driver for the motherboard chipset – the patch is part of it.

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Android replacement cannot be stopped: HarmonyOS 2.0 has been installed on more than 150 million devices

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Huawei has announced that HarmonyOS 2.0 is currently installed on more than 150 million devices, with the announcement of breaking the million-million-install mark on September 23rd. It turns out that, on average, over the past month, HarmonyOS 2.0 has been installed a million times a month.

Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group, opened the Huawei Developer Conference 2021, confirming that 150 million include smartphones, tablets, IoT and smart home devices. Yoo Chandong also confirmed that Huawei plans to complete about 200 million installations of HarmonyOS 2.0 this year.

After launching in June, the number of HarmonyOS 2.0 installations quickly surpassed 10 million. In 15 days, HarmonyOS 2.0 surpassed the 18 million mark. A month after launch, 25 million were produced. On July 8, 2021, Huawei announced 30 million installations of HarmonyOS 2.0 on smartphones. On July 29, it became known about 40 million installations.

On August 30, the Chinese tech giant reached 70 million installations, and in just a few days that number increased to 90 million. In September, the company announced 100 million installations of HarmonyOS.

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QLED, 4K and 8K, 55-75 inches, Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos and Android TV 10. Hisense U6G QLED TVs unveiled

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Hisense has unveiled a new series of QLED TVs with three screen sizes, 4K and 8K. All Hisense U6G QLED TVs support full local dimming. This provides more uniform TV backlighting as well as better control of brightness and contrast.

The TV panel is equipped with Quantum Dot technology for clear and accurate pictures. The device runs Android TV 10 and supports a large number of applications that you can easily install via Google Play. Users can also use voice commands using Google Assistant.

Panels display 1 billion colors and have a maximum brightness of 700 cd / m22… The developers have added the image processor Hi-View Engine, which is responsible for reducing the latency and improving the smoothness of the picture. There is also support for high dynamic range Dolby Vision HDR.

The TVs support Dolby Atmos technology and are equipped with a 24W sound system. The new Hisense U6G QLED TVs are equipped with HDMI, dual band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB.

QLED, 4K and 8K, 55-75 inches, Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos and Android TV 10. Hisense U6G QLED TVs unveiled

55-inch and 65-inch 4K TVs are priced at $ 800 and $ 1,130. A 75-inch 8K TV costs $ 5,350.

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