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Intel to lay off thousands of employees

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An impressive decline in sales in the PC market has led to the fact that Intel is going to lay off a huge number of employees.

On October 27, the company will publish its next financial report. Around the same time, an announcement regarding layoffs is also expected.

Intel to lay off thousands of employees

How many people will be laid off is not reported, but it is said about thousands of employees. Some divisions may lose up to 20% of employees. According to analysts, the cuts will allow Intel to reduce costs by 10-15%.

At the same time, Intel had previously said directly that it would raise prices for its products, and so far it has not done so.

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“Such behavior is tantamount to suicide,” the insider believes that Samsung will “mark time” and S23 sales will be low

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Such behavior is tantamount to suicide the insider believes that

Well-known insider Ice Universe, who regularly shares exclusive information about the latest in the mobile industry, made a prediction about the upcoming policy of Samsung.

He said that against the background of competition with Chinese manufacturers, Samsung, led by the current head of the mobile division, will remain “lazy.”

Chinese brands and Apple will take practical action to convince Samsung and Tae Moon Ro (T.M. Roh) stagnate, blindly cut costs, strive for high profits and be lazy. This behavior is tantamount to suicide.

“Such behavior is tantamount to suicide,” the insider believes that Samsung will “mark time” and S23 sales will be low

In addition, the insider made a forecast about sales of the flagship smartphone Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, as well as other upcoming models of the manufacturer.

It can be foreseen that sales of the Galaxy S23 and S23+ will become increasingly insignificant. Samsung will only be able to maintain a high level of sales of the flagship model Galaxy S23 Ultra. Until the release of the Fold5 and Flip5, sales of the Fold4 and Flip4 will drop significantly.

Ice Universe was the first to accurately talk about the new trend of smartphones with waterfall screens, the notch in the iPhone X, the new design of the iPhone 14 and Samsung’s 200-megapixel image sensor. Recently, he was the first to accurately report that Redmi Note 12 Pro + will receive a 200-megapixel main camera. Exclusive information about new products is leaked to him by sources in the research and development department of the South Korean giant.

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The first unofficial iPhone 14 Pro Max with a waterfall screen is created

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The first unofficial iPhone 14 Pro Max with a waterfall

A Chinese modder who runs the Fix Apple Twitter channel posted photos and videoshowing the iPhone 14 Pro Max with its side-curved waterfall screen.

The engineer confirmed that in order to create such a modified iPhone 14 Pro Max, he had to replace the middle frame of the smartphone and install a new display. At the same time, the touch screen retained its performance, but it is still unknown how Dynamic Island works and whether the Face ID module has retained its performance.

The first unofficial iPhone 14 Pro Max with a waterfall screen is created

He also added that he is ready to make such a modification on request, but the price for such a procedure is not advertised. It is also unknown how much time is spent on such a rework.

The person who runs the Apple fix channel claims to have worked as an engineer at Apple and Huawei. On his page, there are many photos and videos showing the insides of the iPhone 14 Pro Max, as well as upgrading the smartphone to install two SIM cards.

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The first Tesla trucks with megawatt charging have been delivered to customers. The new presentation did not say anything about autopilot

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The first Tesla trucks with megawatt charging have been delivered

Tesla made the first deliveries of its Semi truck to customers on Thursday evening, five years after the unveiling. The online presentation showed trucks adorned with the liveries of Pepsi and Frito-Lay, a snack food subsidiary of PepsiCo.

Tesla Semi was shown as a prototype in 2017. Then Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that production would begin in 2019. At the same time, during today’s presentation, Musk did not say how many trucks were delivered by PepsiCo and how many cars were produced in total.

The first Tesla trucks with megawatt charging have been delivered to customers.  The new presentation did not say anything about autopilot

The all-electric truck features an unusual design in which the driver sits in the center of the cab rather than on the side. Tesla boasts about the truck’s power, saying it accelerates much faster, even when fully loaded, than traditional diesel-powered trucks. During the presentation, a video was shown showing how a fully loaded Tesla Semi accelerates up a steep hill and overtakes other trucks.

Because the Tesla Semi doesn’t have a multi-speed transmission like diesel trucks, it’s also much easier to drive. According to Musk, the truck can travel 800 km on a single charge. It has three electric motors, one of which drives the truck most of the time, while the other two are used primarily for acceleration and hard traction. According to the Tesla leader, the truck can pull up to 37 tons.

The trucks were announced to support megawatt ultra-fast chargers, however it was not announced how long it would take to recharge the truck. These chargers will also be available for use by Cybertruck drivers when the Tesla pickup goes on sale, Musk said.

The first Tesla trucks with megawatt charging have been delivered to customers.  The new presentation did not say anything about autopilot

Interestingly, the Tesla Autopilot system, touted in the first presentation five years ago as a great benefit for long-haul truck drivers, was not mentioned during the new presentation.

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