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The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro do not allow DJI drones to be controlled. But the problem lies with the drone manufacturer.

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As if the new Pixel smartphones already have few problems, now another one has been added to them. True, not affecting everyone.

The company’s DJI drone control app is reportedly incompatible with the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. The application itself starts, but instead of video from the drone, it shows a black screen.

Apparently, the problem, for some reason, does not occur with all DJI drone models. We are talking about Mavic Mini, Mavic Air 2, Mini 2, DJI FPV, Air 2S, Mini SE and Mavic 3.

However, the problem in this case, apparently, is on the side of DJI, not Google. Of course, for users of the new Pixel, this is unlikely to be of particular importance, but this fact should be noted. Worst of all, DJI appears to have been at least initially reluctant to get out of the situation. The initial message from the company looked like this:

After checking the specified mobile device (Google Pixel 6 Pro) that you are using in the DJI Fly app, I regret to say that the specified mobile device is not recommended for the specified DJI app. We suggest using the recommended mobile device for the DJI Fly app for compatibility and reliability reasons. There is a possibility that the Google Pixel 6 Pro will be able to work with the DJI Fly app. But since it is not yet optimized for the specified DJI app, we cannot guarantee whether it will run all the time and whether it will be able to launch all the functions of the DJI Fly app while using it.

The reason for the fact that the new Pixels are not among the recommended, and why the company did not explicitly promise to fix the situation is unclear. But users expectedly did not like this answer from DJI. The company then wrote the following:

Increasing Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro incompatibility issues have been noticed after confirmation with our designated teams. We will pay attention to this and try to resolve it as soon as possible. Please wait patiently and thank you for your understanding. If you are greatly concerned about this, we recommend that you borrow or use another compatible mobile device.

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When 4X4 is not a big SUV, but a mini-PC. ASRock 4X4 BOX 7000/D5 Series with DDR5 and USB4 introduced

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When 4X4 is not a big SUV but a mini PC

ASRock introduced the 4X4 BOX 7000/D5 Series mini PC line. As the name implies, it is based on Ryzen 7000 processors, and 4X4 does not mean all-wheel drive, but a form factor.

When 4X4 is not a big SUV, but a mini-PC.  ASRock 4X4 BOX 7000/D5 Series with DDR5 and USB4 introduced

The heart of the novelty is the Ryzen 7 7735U and Ryzen 5 7535U APUs, that is, models of the previous generation with Zen 3+ yards. The PC also offers up to 64GB of LPDDR5-4800 RAM, space for a 2.5″ drive, and one M.2 SSD.

When 4X4 is not a big SUV, but a mini-PC.  ASRock 4X4 BOX 7000/D5 Series with DDR5 and USB4 introduced

The asset also has Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, RJ45 (x2), USB 2.0 (x2), USB 3.2 and a pair of USB-C 4. Dimensions are 110 x 117.5 x 47.9 mm .

Price data is not yet available.

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Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were less than two years old. Rocket Lake will ship for another year

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Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were

The 11th generation Intel Core processors are relatively recent by market standards, but the company has already begun the end-of-life process, that is, the end-of-life process.

Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were less than two years old.  Rocket Lake will ship for another year

The latest “Product Change Notice” states that on February 6, Intel started the process of phasing out Rocket Lake CPU production. However, as always in such cases, this does not mean that such processors will abruptly completely disappear from the market. The last batch of such CPUs will be shipped only on February 23, 2024.

Intel has started the process of retiring processors that were less than two years old.  Rocket Lake will ship for another year

Rocket Lake-S processors were introduced in March 2021. They received quite noticeable changes relative to the 10th generation Core, switching to a new architecture for the desktop segment, but at the same time they retained the old 14 nm process technology, thus becoming a transitional link.

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“Ural” is working on a new “razdatka” for heavy all-wheel drive trucks. Its resource will be 600 thousand km

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Ural is working on a new razdatka for heavy all wheel

According to Quto.ru, the Ural Automobile Plant is working on new transfer boxes for heavy trucks weighing up to 34 tons. South Ural State University will assist in the creation of units (and there are three models planned).

Ural is working on a new razdatka for heavy all wheel

Promising “razdatki” will be used in all all-wheel drive trucks “Ural”. The younger one is calculated for an input torque of 1200 kgf m, the middle one – for 1800 kgf m, the older one – for 2500 kgf m. The creators expect to receive units with a service life of 600 thousand km. Considering that we are talking mainly about special equipment that works in difficult conditions and is not designed for long mileage like mainline tractors, the resource of the “razdatka” will be equal to the resource of the all-terrain vehicle itself.

It is expected that ready-made solutions will appear in the future of three years.

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