Tesla Introduces the Crossover Model "Y"
According to Roberto Baldwin: "With a potential of zero to 60 seconds of 3.5 seconds, the twin-engine variant of the vehicle in which they propelled us was fast." Elon Musk has promised that the Model Y can provide a sports car feel in a crossover, and we need more time to figure out if that's true. It shares many features with the Model 3, also with additional storage space and up to three rows of seats. It is planned that several versions will be launched towards the end of 2020, but the cheapest version, a standard model with a range of 230 miles that costs $ 39,000, will have to wait until 2021 for a crack.
A failure that override Facebook, Whatsapp, and Instagram for much of Wednesday was apparently the result of a server configuration change. The social networking giant said that the problem has now been resolved and all its products and services are available again. "We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate the patience of everyone involved," the company said.
WD brings developers a reasonably priced high-speed NVMe SSD performance. 19659006]
To increase the storage market, Western Digital is targeting its incoming WD Blue SN500 NVMe SSDs to those with a budget. The new 500GB stick delivers about half the speed of Samsung's 960 Evo read and write speeds (1,700MB / s and 1,450MB / s respectively), but costs about $ 78 at $ 78.
NVIDIA's GTX 1660 Lowers Price Hurdle for High Performance Games
NVIDIA has unveiled its most affordable Turing card, the $ 219 GeForce GTX 1660. Similar to the $ 279 GTX 1660 Ti, it offers Turing performance that surpasses the GTX 1060 by 15 to 30 percent. The memory is slightly slower than the Ti models and is aimed directly at players with last generation GTX 900 series hardware, who can upgrade without the need for a new power supply.
A Google employee has broken the Guinness World Record for the most accurate value of Pi. Emma Haruka Iwao and her colleagues used the company's cloud computing to compute 31,415,926,535,897 digits. That's 9 trillion digits more than the previous record and a whole novel longer than the 3.14 value that most of us know.
Samsung imagines that a full-screen phone with a camera is hidden under the display
Samsung works on a "perfect full-screen" phone that displays 100 percent without any nicks, f-stops, or cut-outs. Yang Byung-duk, the company's vice president of research and development, said, "The technology can move to a point where the camera's hole is invisible without compromising camera functionality."
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