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Starlink ordered to refund pre-orders in India

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Satellite internet service provider Starlink said the Indian government has ordered it to refund all pre-orders until it is licensed to operate in the country.

Elon Musk’s SpaceX division has already received more than 5,000 pre-orders for its devices in India, but has not yet received a license, without which it has no legal basis to offer any services in the country.

“Unfortunately, the timing of obtaining work licenses is currently unknown, and there are several problems that need to be solved through the licensing system in order to be able to work in India,” the source said.

Starlink uses a huge number of small LEO satellites to provide Internet access services around the world, with a focus on remote areas where terrestrial Internet infrastructure is unavailable or underdeveloped.

Earlier, the Indian government advised citizens not to enter into contracts with Starlink yet, and also warned the company to refrain from accepting pre-orders and providing services until licenses are obtained.

Starlink plans to apply for licenses by the end of January.

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AMD will show the world’s first dual-chip chipset in a few days. The company is preparing the announcement of X670E, X670 and B650 chipsets

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As soon as we managed to touch on the topic of AMD’s announcement at Computex 2022 a few days later, data appeared on the Web that the company could show us.

AMD will show the world's first dual-chip chipset in a few days.  The company is preparing the announcement of X670E, X670 and B650 chipsets

Unfortunately, this data does not apply to processors or video cards. It’s about chipsets. Sources say AMD will unveil at least three next-generation chipsets for the AM5 platform during its event. These will be the X670E, X670 and B650 chipsets. Judging by the names, we should also expect the A620, but there is no data yet. It is likely that such a chipset will simply be released later.

Let’s start with the older solution. AMD X670E will be the top chipset, and the letter E in the name stands for Extreme. It won’t differ from the X670 in terms of features and capabilities, but motherboards based on this chipset should provide PCIe 5.0 connectivity to both the GPU and the M.2 slot, or possibly multiple slots, while motherboards X670-based ones may use PCIe 4.0 instead. Whether there will be any other differences remains to be seen.

But the source confirms early reports that the X670 (respectively, the X670E) will be a dual-chip chipset with two identical chipsets called Promontory 21. And the B650 chipset will be the same chip.

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Rogozin: Roskosmos wants to create CT and MRI equipment

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Rogozin Roskosmos wants to create CT and MRI equipment

Director General of Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin said today that the enterprises of the state corporation plan to create equipment for computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

During the New Horizons marathon, Dmitry Rogozin made a short statement: “We would like to create MRI and CT equipment for our regions.”

Rogozin: Roskosmos wants to create CT and MRI equipment

He confirmed that as part of the diversification program, Roscosmos enterprises are creating medical equipment. Center them. M. V. Khrunicheva creates pressure chambers for newborns and for the restoration of limbs, the Research and Production Corporation “Systems of Precision Instrumentation” develops digital glasses – an emulator of full vision for people with one seeing eye.

The timing of the appearance of equipment for CT and MRI manufactured by Roscosmos has not yet been specified.

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Samsung cheated: the unique S95B QD-OLED TV turned out to be better than the company describes it

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Samsung cheated the unique S95B QD OLED TV turned out to

Earlier this year, Samsung introduced the S95B QD-OLED TV, which stands out with its new panel and 144Hz support. And with the last point there is a nuance.

Samsung cheated: the unique S95B QD-OLED TV turned out to be better than the company describes it

The fact is that the frequency of 120 Hz is indicated on the Samsung website, and the company spoke about it during the announcement. However, the TV was found to be capable of running at 144Hz while maintaining 4K UHD resolution.

The author of the HDTVTest channel conducted a series of tests and determined that the TV can indeed operate at a higher frequency than stated. At the same time, it works in full 4K UHD without various tricks like reduced vertical resolution and does not miss a single frame. Is that in this mode the color depth is limited to 8 bits.

In order to get the TV to work in this mode, you will need a PC, since modern consoles only support 120 Hz. You also need a video card with HDMI 2.1 and an appropriate cable. The author tested the novelty with the GeForce RTX 3090. Everything worked fine, including G-Sync.

The Samsung S95B QD-OLED is therefore a unique TV not only because of its new panel, but also because of its support for 144Hz at 4K UHD resolution.

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