The next morning: the Lamborghini supercomputer


Can he exploit the cryptocurrency?The last Huracán of Lamborghini is a supercar with a supercomputer

At Lamborghini, they pushed things further with their new system Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata or LDVI. The Engine Control Unit (ECU) takes data from the entire car and uses it to adjust the way the new Huracán EVO Spyder drives in near real-time. This control allows the driver to do something that usually takes months or years to master: drifting.

And it probably does not cost $ 1,000.The Samsung Galaxy A70 is endowed with a large screen and a 32 megapixel selfie camera

The largest phone in the A series is so far, and its camera configuration is also impressive. The Galaxy A70 features a 6.7-inch, 20.7-inch Super AMOLED 2080 display with an Infinity-U slot. This unit houses the 32-megapixel f / 2.0 selfie camera that beats the main camera of many other phones (at the back is another 32-MP camera plus an ultra-wide lens and a depth sensor ). With a big battery of 4,500 mAh, the Galaxy A70 supports a fast charge of 25 W, just like the Galaxy S10 5G. As for other specifications, it contains an 8-core processor, 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM (depending on options and region) and 128 GB of internal storage over a microSD slot.

Who does not need four cameras?Huawei P30 Pro: Another offer for the glory of the camera of a smartphone

With the P30 and P30 Pro models, Huawei continues its unique tradition of offering a four-camera configuration with a new, intriguing sensor that promises dramatically improved performance in low light. There is also a built-in speaker on the screen, a 32 MP selfie camera hidden in the notch and an integrated optical fingerprint scanner, but Cherlynn Low's first experiment mainly concerns all these goals.

Are you ready for another subscription?Apple News + has problems, but it's a good deal for casual readers

As mentioned in the presentation of Apple, News + is (unsurprisingly) an extension of the existing News application and not a full-fledged application. Nonetheless, Nicole Lee was impressed by her semi-organized experience and said that at $ 10, it's pretty much a boon for all the content on offer.

The door of the barn is closed.ASUS releases a fix for the ShadowHammer malware attack

The computer manufacturer has released a new version of its Live Update for Laptops software, which resolves the attack on the ShadowHammer backdoor. ASUS also promised "several security verification mechanisms" to reduce the risk of future attacks and began using an "enhanced end-to-end encryption mechanism".

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