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Samsung has released a big update for the Galaxy Watch4 with new features

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Samsung Electronics has begun rolling out a major update for its Galaxy Watch4 (review) and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic smartwatches in the international market.

We will remind, a week ago users in South Korea began to receive the update, and Samsung promised to soon release it to the rest of the world. Now the Korean manufacturer has kept its promise. They were able to join the update in the USA and the Netherlands, as well as in some other regions.

Samsung has released a big update for the Galaxy Watch4 with new features

The update offers quite a few innovations. Four new watch face types are available on the watch – the Info Brick, which displays key metrics ranging from heart rate and stress levels to daily activity data, as well as customizable weather forecasts, dashboards or live wallpapers.

Samsung has released a big update for the Galaxy Watch4 with new features

Added additional watch face settings – you can combine up to four additional functions on one Animal watch face, including battery level, reminders, messages, pedometer data, and so on. You can choose an animated GIF image as the background for the My Photos + watch face, instead of the usual one static photo. More animation has appeared for the “Competition” dial, the selected character will follow the user at every stage, up to stormy congratulations on victory.

Samsung has released a big update for the Galaxy Watch4 with new features

There are new control gestures – with a simple tap, you can open a selected application or activate a function. In the backup function, it became possible to remember the settings of preloaded watch faces when updating the watch or resetting it to connect to a new device.

Fall detection has been enhanced to allow the Galaxy Watch4’s sensitivity to be adjusted to detect falls even when the user is standing still. Other changes include improved accuracy of heart rate changes, support for “Silent” mode during a call.

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FTC Seeks To Block Nvidia’s Purchase Of Arm In Court

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The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has filed a lawsuit seeking to block the US $ 40 billion acquisition of British Arm by Nvidia. According to the American antitrust regulator, “the vertical deal will give one of the largest chip manufacturers control over the technology and development that rival firms rely on to create their chips.” The FTC’s lawsuit alleges that the combined firm “will have the means and incentives to suppress next-generation innovative technologies, including those used to power data centers and driver assistance systems in cars.”

The plaintiff recalls that the Californian company Nvidia is one of the largest and most expensive computer companies in the world. It designs and markets chips and devices, best known as the dominant supplier of GPUs for personal computers and data centers. Nvidia also develops and markets products for today’s networks and cars. In these areas, both Nvidia and its main competitors rely on Arm technology.

In turn, Arm, owned by Tokyo-based Softbank Group, does not supply or sell off-the-shelf chips or devices. He designs and licenses microprocessor architectures to other technology companies, including Nvidia. These companies rely on Arm’s developments to produce processors used in a wide range of modern devices, from smartphones and tablets to driver assistance systems and servers in large data centers.

Since Arm technology is a critical factor that allows competition between Nvidia and its competitors in multiple markets, the lawsuit alleges that the proposed merger will give Nvidia an opportunity and incentive to use its control over the technology to undermine its competitors. The lawsuit alleges that declining product quality, less innovation, higher prices and fewer choices “will hurt the millions of Americans who benefit from Arm-based products.” The lawsuit also alleges that the acquisition will harm competition by giving Nvidia access to the confidential information of Arm licensees, which include Nvidia’s competitors, and that it could reduce Arm’s incentive to innovate so as not to run counter to Nvidia’s business interests.

The process is scheduled to begin on August 9, 2022.

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The side wall of the Chieftec Stallion 3 case is made of tempered glass, while the front and top are made of mesh

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The Chieftec catalog has expanded its Stallion 3 chassis, which will begin shipping in February 2022. Housing with catalog index GP-03B-OP. In the description of the case, the manufacturer emphasizes the fact that a removable mesh is installed on top and on the front panel. The chassis ships with four factory-installed 120mm ARGB fans and a backlight controller. The side wall of the case is made of tempered glass.

The side wall of the Chieftec Stallion 3 case is made of tempered glass, while the front and top are made of mesh

The 572 x 210 x 520 mm case is designed for mini-ITX, microATX or ATX motherboards. There are seven slots in the case. The maximum permissible length of expansion cards is 430 mm. As for other restrictions, the height of the processor cooling system should be no more than 160 mm, and the length of the block should not be more than 200 mm. The chassis accommodates two 3.5-inch drives and four 2.5-inch drives.

The side wall of the Chieftec Stallion 3 case is made of tempered glass, while the front and top are made of mesh

The side wall of the Chieftec Stallion 3 case is made of tempered glass, while the front and top are made of mesh

Instead of fans on the front wall, you can install an LSS radiator up to 360 mm long, and on the top plane there is enough space for two 120 or 140 mm fans or a radiator up to 240 mm long.

The I / O panel has two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a headphone and mic-in jack, lighting and fan control buttons.

The manufacturer does not name the price of the novelty.

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Xiaomi has completed work on MIUI 13. Xiaomi 12 received the final assembly of the new interface based on Android 12

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A developer from Poland and an active user of the XDA-Developers thematic forum, Kacper Skrzypek, shared an interesting observation: judging by the MIUI code, Xiaomi has completed work on the MIUI 13 firmware – stable versions for Xiaomi 12 have already been released in China. This is further proof that MIUI 13 will debut alongside Xiaomi 12, and the smartphone itself will receive this firmware based on Android 12 right out of the box.

We will remind, the official premiere of Xiaomi 12 is expected on December 28. The smartphone is credited with a completely new design (meaning the execution of the camera unit on the rear panel), a Samsung AMOLED screen of the latest generation E5, a 5000 mAh battery and a multi-module camera with a main sensor with a resolution of 50 megapixels. The hardware platform will be based on the recently announced SoC Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.

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