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SpaceX has finally allowed the transfer of “dishes” of Starlink satellite Internet. But – for $ 25 per month and within the same continent

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SpaceX has finally done what many have asked the company to do – it’s allowed to move sets of user equipment from one place to another. Prior to this, the “plate” was assigned to a certain location – just like that, moving from one house to another (in the case of the United States, for example, from one state to another) along with the “plate” was problematic.

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Now everything is a little easier. “For an additional $25 per month, you can move your Starlink to a new location and receive service wherever Starlink has active coverage.”, the company notes. At the same time, it is indicated that the “portability” function implies the movement of equipment only within one continent, while the previous level of speed and signal quality is not guaranteed.

The company emphasizes that the service does not yet work in dynamics – that is, in motion. For example, it cannot be used in a moving car, a sailing boat, etc. SpaceX notes that it is actively working on this feature, but it does not yet work properly. Moreover, turning on Starlink while driving will automatically void the user’s equipment warranty.

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Periscope telephoto, 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen in a smartphone for $218. Presented Hisense H60

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Periscope telephoto 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen

Hisense has released a very unusual smartphone H60. Unusual it is not at all in design, but in terms of price and parameters.

Periscope telephoto, 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen in a smartphone for $218.  Presented Hisense H60

Judging by the available data, in China the novelty will cost only about 218 dollars. At the same time, for example, there is a periscope telephoto. This 8 MP camera provides 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom. There is also a 48MP main camera and a depth sensor. That is, unlike some even flagship smartphones, there is no width in the set, but there is a telephoto lens, and also a periscope one.

The H60 also received 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, which at $218 is a very good deal. One of the secrets of the low price is the platform. This is Unisoc T7520 (Recently, some sources of the Unisoc platform are called Ziguang, but Ziguang is simply part of the Tsinghua Unigroup holding).

Periscope telephoto, 8 GB of RAM and a huge screen in a smartphone for $218.  Presented Hisense H60

The Unisoc T7520 isn’t a top platform, but it’s built on a 6nm process and offers 5G support, four Cortex-A76 cores, four Cortex-A55 cores, a Mali-G57 GPU, and Snapdragon 750G-level performance.

Returning to the smartphone, it is also equipped with a 5000 mAh battery with support for 18-watt charging and a 6.81-inch 60-Hz screen.

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The latest update of Windows 11 and Windows 10 caused crashes

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The latest update of Windows 11 and Windows 10 caused

A few days ago, Microsoft began rolling out the May Cumulative Update, which is now available for all supported versions of the Windows operating system.

It turned out that this update brings with it not only fixes, but also problems that are expressed in the disruption of the functioning of some services. The software giant has acknowledged the problem.

Reportedly, these are KB5013943 for Windows 11 (build 22000.675) and KB5013942 for Windows 10 (builds 19043.1706, 19042.1706 and 19041.1706). Installing the cumulative update may cause client and server OS authentication failures in a number of services, including Network Policy Server, Routing and Remote Access Service, Extensible Authentication Protocol, and Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol.

The latest update of Windows 11 and Windows 10 caused crashes

According to the source, the issue is related to how the domain controller handles mapping certificates to users’ computer accounts. The issue does not affect non-domain-controlled client and server OS versions.

Microsoft is currently working on a patch that will fix the bugs mentioned. When exactly it will become available to users is still unknown. Users who encounter issues after installing the cumulative update are advised to manually map certificates to accounts in Active Directory.

It is reported that the RTM version of Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) will be released on May 24th.

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Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) RTM Released May 24th

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Windows 11 22H2 Sun Valley 2 RTM Released May 24th

Sources say that the Windows 11 22H2 update, codenamed Sun Valley 2, will soon reach pre-release status. The source writes that this will happen this month.

According to Neowin, well-known insider WalkingCat has revealed the exact release date for Windows 11 22H2 RTM. He claims that it will be released on May 24th. It is worth noting that the RTM (release to manufacturing) version, although it indicates a certain degree of product readiness, is not final. According to rumors, the final version of the update will be released between September and November.

Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2) RTM Released May 24th

Notably, May 24 is also the start date for the Microsoft Build 2022 conference, which will run for three days. During the conference, the Redmond giant will present its latest tools, technologies and updates for various software products.

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