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ARM’s Immortalis GPU will bring hardware-based ray tracing to more Android devices

ARM’s newest flagship GPU will offer hardware-based ray tracing, a first for the company. Announced today, the Immortalis-G715 promises a 15 percent performance boost compared to the firm’s previous generation of premium Mali GPUs. The performance improvement is courtesy of architectural improvements and a design that can accommodate up to 16 cores. ARM already offered support for…
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Wear OS 3 will still work with iPhone, despite Galaxy Watch 4 stripping support

Google’s Wear OS platform has supported iOS from the beginning, but future support of Apple’s platform was in question with the debut of Wear OS 3. Now, we have an answer. The Galaxy Watch 4 doesn’t support iOS Rewinding back to last August, the Galaxy Watch 4 was the very first smartwatch with Wear OS 3 on board. And that’s continued until today. The debut of the Galaxy Watch 4…
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How to clear some space and empty trash on your Google Pixel

While modern-day smartphones are fantastic for keeping large files in the cloud, you will inevitably find yourself downloading at least some locally onto your device. Over time, that download folder can get larger and larger until your Android device almost can’t take…
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Try these games completely free on Google Stadia with no account or downloads

Did you know there are free game trials on Stadia that don’t require you to sign up? In fact, there are several genuinely fantastic titles that are free to play. Here are the games you can jump into right now without an account. Table of contents What is Google Stadia? Free trials on Stadia NEW Assassin’s Creed Valhalla NEW Ben 10: Power Trip NEW Cake Bash NEW Far Cry 6 NEW One Hand…
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Kuo: Apple in-house 5G modem faces development woes, will use Qualcomm chips for iPhone 15

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released some interesting information on Twitter today. Kuo said that his latest supply-side surveys are indicating that Apple has been unable to develop a custom 5G modem of its own, in time for the 2023 iPhone series (iPhone 15). Due to the apparent development delays, Kuo believes that Apple will resort to using Qualcomm modems for the 2023 iPhones once again.
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