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Samsung has produced 1 trillion GB of memory in over 40 years. Half of this volume was released in three years

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At Samsung Tech Day 2022, Samsung Electronics President and Head of Memory Modules Division Jung Bae Lee said that Samsung has produced a total of 1 trillion GB of memory in more than 40 years, with about half of this volume produced in the last three years.

Samsung claimed to have been the leader in DRAM and NAND for 30 and 20 years, respectively. Samsung is currently developing fifth generation 10nm class (1b) DRAM as well as eighth and ninth generation vertical NAND memory (V-NAND), promising to continue to provide the most powerful combination of memory technologies in the next decade.

Samsung has produced 1 trillion GB of memory in over 40 years.  Half of this volume was released in three years

According to Jung Bae Lee, advances in memory bandwidth, capacity and energy efficiency have spawned a new generation of platforms, which in turn has spurred new semiconductor innovations. In doing so, Samsung will aim for higher levels of digital evolution.

Samsung reaffirmed its main goal of adhering to a customer-centric development philosophy by expanding partnerships. Samsung will open the Samsung Memory Research Center (SMRC) where customers and partners can test and validate Samsung’s memory and software solutions in a variety of server environments. Starting with the opening of the first SMRC in South Korea in the fourth quarter of this year, Samsung plans to continue working with ecosystem partners such as Red Hat and Google Cloud to open more centers in the US and around the world.

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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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A social network is built into the alternative browser Vivaldi

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A social network is built into the alternative browser Vivaldi

The Vivaldi browser team has announced the release of the Vivaldi 5.6 update for computers running Windows, Linux and macOS.

A social network is built into the alternative browser Vivaldi

The most important, but far from the only innovation, was the proprietary social network built into the browser. In November, Vivaldi developers announced the launch of their own social network based on the Mastodon decentralized network. The service has now been added to the browser. The social network is available as a cell on the Express Panel, as well as through the Vivaldi Social sidebar.

Also, users got the opportunity to pin groups of tabs, you can delete and move elements on the sidebar, colored icons were added to the browser settings. In addition, the developers have done a lot of work on the bugs, fixing about one and a half hundred shortcomings, errors and shortcomings.

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Google degrades in Google Photos the definition of the place where the photo was taken

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Google degrades in Google Photos the definition of the place

Google has warned users about a new location policy for Google Photos (Google Photos).

Google degrades in Google Photos the definition of the place where the photo was taken

Google Photos will stop using a user account’s location history to determine where specific pictures were taken, according to a new support document. This policy will apply to users who have opted out of sharing location data for the camera app for privacy reasons.

Until now, if you didn’t allow the camera app to use your current location, Google Photos used two methods to roughly estimate where you took the photo. First, the app will try to identify visible landmarks in your photos, and second, it will use your location history to narrow down the area.

However, now Google Photos will rely solely on trying to identify landmarks in photos. As you can easily guess, this method is noticeably less reliable.

Google notes that the change has already started rolling out to some Google Photos users, with a full rollout expected in the coming months.

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