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LG’s largest and smallest OLED TVs unveiled



South Korean company LG today unveiled its 2022 OLED TV lineup during CES 2022, which is taking place this week in Las Vegas.

The company has announced new models of its OLED TVs to expand the G2 and C2 series. These new TVs will receive a number of improvements as well as new features. These include the new multi-user profiles in the webOS software. In addition, the new TVs will also come with a fifth-generation A9 processor, which offers improved up to 4K upscaling, improved tone mapping and a better sense of depth by enhancing foreground objects.

In 2022, LG is releasing OLED TVs with the largest and smallest screens. The brand’s smallest OLED TV used to be the 48-inch model, but now a new 42-inch OLED TV has been introduced that is designed for small spaces. It is part of the C series. On the other hand, the largest OLED TVs were the 83-inch 4K TV and the 88-inch 8K model. And now the company has introduced a 97-inch 4K model in its G series.

LG's largest and smallest OLED TVs unveiled

Both new C and G TVs will offer full HDMI 2.1 support, as well as 4K gaming at 120Hz, variable refresh rates, low latency auto and more. Notably, LG also provides support for the cloud gaming services GeForce Now and Google Stadia. The new G2 OLED TVs will be available in 97, 83, 77, 65 and 55-inch screens. The C2 series will now include screen sizes of 83, 77, 65, 55 and 42 inches.

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NASA postpones first manned flight of Boeing’s Starliner



NASA postpones first manned flight of Boeings Starliner

NASA announced the postponement of the first test manned flight of the Boeing CST-100 Starliner. It will take place not in April, but in May, after the Axiom Mission 2. Reportedly, the team is now assessing the readiness of the ship and conducting final pre-flight checks.

NASA postpones first manned flight of Boeing's Starliner

The reason for the delay was the need for additional testing of the Starliner manual control system. It is needed in case of a software failure so that the ship does not lose control.

The first Starliner crew will include astronauts Barry Wilmore and Sunita Williams. If everything goes according to plan, they will have to spend about two weeks on board the ISS. After the successful return of the ship, it will receive NASA certification for regular manned flights, such as SpaceX previously received with its Crew Dragon spacecraft.

Note that the development of Starliner has been going on since 2014, but so far the ship has not received permission for regular flights.

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Former head of Google China is preparing his own AI that will surpass ChatGPT



Former head of Google China is preparing his own AI

Looks like the AI ​​race is just getting underway. Former Google China president and Chinese-Taiwan venture capitalist Li Kaifu has revealed that he is launching a new AI project called Project AI 2.0. And this is not just another chatbot similar to ChatGPT. The novelty will be able to offer more than just the generation of pictures and text.

Former head of Google China is preparing his own AI Generated by the Midjourney neural network

Details about the project have not yet been given, but it is already known that Kaifu has funded the computing power for Project AI 2.0 and intends to attract the best specialists from around the world for his project.

According to the businessman, the technology that is being created for Project AI 2.0 may become the most significant in the world in the near future. At the same time, there is no information about the launch date.

Li Kaifu announced his plans after Chinese technology companies including Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent announced their versions of ChatGPT-like chatbots. However, despite the competition, the former head of Google China is confident that Project AI 2.0 will be able to stand out from the rest due to its focus on global reach and productivity applications.

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In China, an orgy of discounts on cars is raging. Discounts reach 5000-6000 dollars, and somewhere they can give a whole car



In China an orgy of discounts on cars is raging

In China, prices for cars fell. According to the Chinese Cars resource, many brands or their dealers offer cars at huge discounts, and in one case, you can get a second car as a gift!

In China, an orgy of discounts on cars is raging.  Discounts reach 5000-6000 dollars, and somewhere they can give a whole car

Almost all major market players offer discounts. The Chery Tiggo 8 Plus, for example, is on sale for around $4,500, bringing the base version to just $14,000. BYD machines are on sale with discounts up to $3,000.

The premium brand Zeekr lures otherwise: the 001 electric car is offered 22-inch wheels and a Z-Sport exterior and interior package, which would cost $5,100 in total. The Changan Deepal sub-brand offers both discounts and gifts at once, for a total of approximately $6,400.

But one of the Toyota dealers did the most impressive. When you buy the bZ4X electric crossover at full price, you get a budget Toyota Vios sedan as a gift, which in itself costs almost $11,000!

The situation with huge discounts began to take shape since the beginning of the year, when Tesla cut the prices of their cars very much. The source adds that most of the discounts do not apply to the newest gasoline models, but, as we can see, there are exceptions.

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