Google gave up a Pixel Watch: the reason

Apparently, a Pixel Watch he was very close to becoming a reality. As reported by Business Insider, who was able to interview six former employees of Google, the reason why the project would have been shelved is that "it did not resemble everything that belonged to the Pixel family".

Google was working hard to try and build its own gadget ecosystem, but a former employee said the company feared that watches could "damage Google's hardware brand". Moreover, another of them claimed that the synchronization process between the Pixel phones and this watch "didn't work so well". But these problems weren't actually serious enough to prevent the launch of the Pixel smartwatch, according to the source. read more

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TSMC could compromise the production of AMD

We know that in 2018, Intel's lack of chips allowed AMD to get back up a little in the assembly electronics market. However, this time, the company may have to live its dark moment, due to a slower partner TSMC, concerning the production of processors.

Second DigiTimes, the AMD CPUs Ryzen 3000 Series and Navi GPUs may face obvious delays in the short term. This seems to be due precisely to TSMC, which reportedly is struggling to keep up with the demand for 7-nanometer chips. Many smartphone processors, including Apple's new A13 Bionic, use the 7-nanometer process and are TSMC customers, so the company is reformulating its concept of production capacity. read more

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Oppo announces three new Flash Charge technologies

Xiaomi has recently unveiled the Mi Charge Turbo wireless charging technology that will be used for the Mi 9 Pro 5G. Oppo responds to its direct competitor with three new features: VOOC Flash Charge 4.0, 30W Wireless VOOC Flash Charge and 65W SuperVOOC Fast Charge 2.0. The latter will debut on the next one Oppo Reno Ace. read more

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GTA San Andreas free, but not forever

While the first images of what appears to be the new Grand Theft Auto 6 – extrapolated from a teaser trailer that should be shown by Rockstar by the end of the year – are running on the net – the entertainment giant offers its "great classic" for free , but only for a limited period of time: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. An offer launched in conjunction with the distribution of the new desktop application Rocksar Games Launcher. read more

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Facebook, the Court of Appeal on content is born

Facebook announced theOversight Board, a sort of independent Court of Appeal that will take decisions on content deletion, on freedom of expression, on hate speech and much more. It will be a transnational body that will have a very important impact on the decisions of Facebook, regulated by one Newly published card which illustrates the relationship he will have with Mark Zuckerberg's creature, the number and election of members and how he will take decisions. The CEO himself wrote an open letter on his profile: read more

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Sony, optical and room promotions

Sony's promotion starts in mid-September Zero Rate on Sony Digital Imaging products. From 15 September to 31 December 2019, by purchasing a Sony camera or lens with a minimum price of 500 euros, you can pay in 10 monthly installments. Instead, exceeding the total price of 2,000 euros, the payment can be extended in 24 monthly installments. The Zero Rate promotion includes 0% Fixed TAN, 0% APR without additional costs and zero advance. read more

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iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro: modems are Intel

A few days after the arrival of the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro in the hands of the users, with the start of deliveries for the devices purchased in pre-order, information on the type of modem included in the smartphones arrives. Despite Apple's agreement in the spring with Qualcomm precisely for the supply of modem, iPhone babies still see solutions Intel. However, there is a probable explanation: the transition to Qualcomm will take place next year, with the release of the first 5G units. read more

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