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This is certainly the cheapest way to learn a new language from home

Language teaching company Rosetta Stone has just made it much cheaper to learn a brand new language from home – and how can you better spend your time in lockdown? Rosetta Stone Unlimited Languages ​​subscriptions1 year: $ 19.99 (45% off) 2 years: $ 17.99 (40% off) Lifetime: $ 199.00 (30% off) For learners who put choice and flexibility above everything …

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The modern design from Dell comes back to the XPS 15 and the revived XPS 17

According to Dell, the XPS 17 was designed as the “most powerful XPS laptop ever” and equipped with the latest 10th generation Intel Core processors and NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2060 graphics with Max-Q design. The beefy notebook also needs an effective heat dissipation system, and the company uses a patented double opposite exhaust fan for more airflow and improved temperatures. …

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The best wireless headphones you can buy right now

Sony introduced its powerful QN1 processor with noise cancellation on the 1000XM3. The chip not only blocks more external sound than the 1000XM2, but also relieves the DAC of the ANC tasks. This gives both components more space to work more effectively. For this reason, Sony can offer 32-bit audio and LDAC compatibility for high-resolution audio via Bluetooth. Our only …

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Epic Games teases its new, almost photo-realistic Unreal Engine 5

Epic games “Nanite frees developers from worrying about the number of polygons and the level of detail. You can use it to create all the content of the game in its full resolution in film quality, ”said Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, told Engadget each device. “ “We render content that comes from billions of source polygons into a …

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The key researcher behind the pixel’s camera left Google in March

The computer imaging expert behind the cameras on Google’s pixel phones left the company in March, according to information The information. Marc Levoy met Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin as Stanford students. After leading a Stanford project that became Google Street View and acting as a consultant for the short-lived Google Glass, the company hired him full-time in …

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MIT wants to use your microwave habits to examine your health

It is not yet clear how this will lead to usable health or behavioral data. MIT suggests that one day it could help health professionals understand the ability of older people to carry out various activities in everyday life and recommend healthy habits. “This system uses passive collection data and does not require people to change their lifestyles,” said Chen-Yu …

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Further references to AMD Ryzen 4000 APU with 8 core surfaces

It seems that leaks just can’t get enough of this entire Renoir desktop APU business. This time a number of AMD Ryzen 4000 APUs were discovered. Igor Wallosek from Igor’s Lab has just released AMD’s Renoir APU portfolio, which lists some Ryzen APUs. More importantly, the list he got from an unnamed source also contains a lot of very specific …

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