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The flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 platform showcases its might in AnTuTu. More than a million points, and it is faster than the top-end MediaTek Dimensity 9000



Exactly one week later, Qualcomm will unveil its new top-end Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, but we already have the result of the performance of a smartphone based on it in AnTuTu. According to the benchmark, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will still be the performance leader, but this time around, the gap between Qualcomm’s flagship SoC and MediaTek’s is minimal.

Recall that the promising Vivo smartphone on Dimensity 9000 scored 1,002,220 points in AnTuTu, and now the test result of the Moto flagship on Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 has been published on Weibo – 1,035,020 points. Thus, Qualcomm maintains the status quo, but the Dimensity 9000 is slightly inferior.

The similarity of the results can be easily explained by the similarity of the characteristics of both platforms. There are no special differences in terms of CPU, only the GPU differ: Adreno 730 in the case of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Mali-G710 MC10 in MediaTek Dimensity 9000. Qualcomm’s own graphics solutions have always been more powerful, so this result is quite natural, and one might think that the increase Snapdragon scores approximately 33,000 points on the graphics core.

The official premiere of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will take place on December 1, and the first smartphones on it will also appear in December. These will be Xiaomi 12 and Moto Edge X. But today there was an interesting rumor that in December, not two, but four flagships on Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 may debut in December.

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YouTube will have an option to loop your favorite part of the video



YouTube is preparing a new option that will allow you to loop some interesting part of the video, without having to repeat all the content.

A dynamic that will use the chapters of the videos so that you can repeat your favorite part without doing any extra action.

YouTube prepares more options to view videos

One of the options that we find when we play a video is the possibility of jumping to a specific chapter. A dynamic that is possible thanks to the fact that YouTube allows creators to divide the video into sections, to make it easier for users to go to the part of the content that interests them.

And it seems that YouTube wants to further enhance the advantages offered by videos divided into chapters. As mentioned in AP, YouTube is working on a new dynamic: looping video chapters.

At the moment, you can’t see this feature in any version of the YouTube app, but it’s clear from the APK code analyzed by the YouTube team. Xda Developers. Although YouTube has the option to repeat a video in a loop, this new dynamic would allow you to choose a chapter to play in a loop.

An interesting dynamic if we are taking notes, following a tutorial, preparing a recipe, etc. This would save us from constantly rewinding the player or watching the video again. It would only be a matter of choosing the chapter of the video that we want to play in a loop and that’s it.

For the moment, this option would work like this in theory, since we will have to wait for it to be implemented to see its real operation within the app. So we’ll have to wait to see if YouTube follows this work in progress to add this feature, or if it falls by the wayside like so many other options that don’t make it past the experimental stage.


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Bruce Campbell mocks Spider-Man 4 production on Twitter; look!



Through his social networks, actor and producer Bruce Campbell decided to play a prank on his childhood friend Sam Raimi, showing how the director of the original trilogy of Spider man did to raise money for a possible fourth film in the franchise.

With the intention of implicating scammers who use social networks, through fake profiles, to get money with supposed fundraising campaigns, Bruce Campbell, from A crazy night, decided to impersonate Raimi to raise funds and supposedly produce spiderman 4, a feature that has been highly requested by fans since 2007.

In the meme, the account of “Sam Raimi the Director” asks for US$ 1500 in iTunes gift cards to continue the project of spiderman 4 and signing “Tony Maguire” to the main cast after “Kevin Fiegey” cut seed funding.

The image has been getting a good laugh on the internet both for the false reference of Kevin Feige and Tobey Maguire and for the boldness of the scam, so to speak, which satirizes the possibility of a mega Hollywood production being paid for with Apple coupons.

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“Man, this Sam—always reaching out to people for money. I’m going for it because I love Tony Maguire,” Campbell wrote.

What did you think of Raimi’s plan? Is it just like that for one day to see a sequel to his trilogy? Leave your opinion in the comments.


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Instagram reduces visibility of ‘potentially harmful’ content



Instagram is implementing a new dynamic to reduce the visibility of content that can be “potentially harmful”.

A new dynamic that is combined with user reports so that inappropriate content is far from our feed.

Instagram algorithm will hide inappropriate content

Last year, the Instagram team explained how the algorithm works to display the content we see in the feed. While multiple factors are combined, posts are displayed based on the user’s interests and how likely they are to engage with the content.

But nevertheless, Instagram It is also using the algorithm to remove visibility from posts with “potentially harmful content.” When such content is detected, the algorithm will send the post further down the feed.

And to apply this dynamic several factors are taken into account. On the one hand, the Instagram system will search for matches with previous content that has violated the platform’s policies. For example:

To understand if something might break our rules, we’ll look at things like whether a caption is similar to a caption that previously broke our rules.

And on the other hand, the algorithm also takes into account the user’s reporting history:

We will also consider the likelihood that you will report a post as one of the signals we use to personalize your Feed. If our systems predict that you’re likely to report a post based on your history of reporting content, we’ll display the post lower in your Feed.

Combining these factors, posts with content that is spammy, hateful, or violent will lose visibility, as they will rank last in the user’s feed. So beyond user reports, Instagram enhances its dynamics so that this type of content does not have visibility in your feed.


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