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  • TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #14 - Samsung QLED TVs, Huawei, OPPO A’Design, Honor, Digi + MDEC, AMD, YouTube, TIME, Akamai, Tune Protect, LEVEL UP, Goodday webAR, LEGO, LG + Miele, Mercedes-AMG, ILLEGEAR, Special: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Hidden Hinge

    TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #14 - Samsung QLED TVs, Huawei, OPPO A’Design, Honor, Digi + MDEC, AMD, YouTube, TIME, Akamai, Tune Protect, LEVEL UP, Goodday webAR, LEGO, LG + Miele, Mercedes-AMG, ILLEGEAR, Special: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Hidden Hinge

    This time around in TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #14 we have Samsung’s new QLED TVs including The Serif, The Sero and The Frame with Malaysia pricing. In addition, Huawei comes in with several new 5G and networking certifications, OPPO received 3 A’Design Awards and the Honor 9X achieved more than 10 million global shipments. 

    Digi and MDEC are helping SMEs to be BCD-ready while good guy AMD have donated Supercomputing clusters to researchers combatting COVID-19 and AMD and Amazon Web Cervies have announced the general availability of AMD powered Compute-Optimized EC2 C5a instances. 5 new Malaysians join YouTube Malaysia’s Gold Creator Award Club while TIME maintains growth for Q1 2020. Akamai helps combat Credit Card skimming while Tune Protect also stays tough for Q1 2020.

    Malaysia’s LEVEL UP SPACEBAR and PLAY-ONE are coming in June, Goodday Milk launched a webAR for Raya and the LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 was launched for RM1599.90. LG signed off their vacuum cleaner patents to Miele while Mercedes Benz announced their new Mercedes-AMG Compact cars virtually. MERCY Malaysia selected Digi’s Omni Hotline for counselling support while ILLEGEAR announced their ONYX V and ROGUE laptops powered by the AMD RYZEN 4000 series. 

    For this episode’s Special we have the hidden technologies behind the Hidden Hinge on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, a tutorial on how to take great photos and greener smartphone chargers from Samsung. As usual for Specials, you can scroll all the way down to check it out but you can also read through from the top, your choice.

  • New leak hints at AMD working on a smartphone chipset called Ryzen C7

    New leak hints at AMD working on a smartphone chipset called Ryzen C7

    Most of us are familiar with companies that make chipsets for smartphones by now. There's Qualcomm, Samsung, MediaTek, and Huawei Android devices, while Apple for its iPhones. What's unexpected is AMD seemingly getting ready to join the fray with a new smartphone chipset.

  • TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and Netflix

    TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and Netflix

    TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #12 - Maxis Hari Raya, Celcom, Samsung Tips, Digi CXO, Google AR in Search, Shopee, HP Foundation, Micron, Kaspersky, Epson, Fave + Facebook, Snapchat, 5 ways Huawei P40, Boost, AMD, Special: LG OLED TV and Netflix

  • The next-gen Nintendo Switch might feature a processor made by Samsung and AMD

    The next-gen Nintendo Switch might feature a processor made by Samsung and AMD

    Although Nintendo Switch has been launched almost three years ago, the console is still a popular choice for gaming while everyone is staying home now. Not to mention with the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nintendo Switch has reached the peak of selling out the consoles across regions, making the company raise production by 20 percent to counter the shortage. While Nintendo is busy with the production of the Nintendo Switch, there is still rumour coming up for the next generation console saying it will use a processor by Samsung and AMD.

  • AMD reveals new Ryzen Pro 4000 Series Mobile CPUs, Zen 2 Ryzen 3 prices in Malaysia, and AM4 socket roadmap

    AMD reveals new Ryzen Pro 4000 Series Mobile CPUs, Zen 2 Ryzen 3 prices in Malaysia, and AM4 socket roadmap

    A deluge of new announcements just came from AMD recently, as the company gears up to shore up its presence in the laptop PC space. The company has just unveiled its new Ryzen Pro 4000 Series Mobile CPUs, confirmed the prices for the Ryzen 3 3100 and Ryzen 3 3300X desktop CPUs, as well as share some details on its AM4 socket roadmap with hints of the next generation of Zen 3 CPUs.

  • Samsung Exynos 1000 has a performance increase of 190% compared to SD865

    Samsung Exynos 1000 has a performance increase of 190% compared to SD865

    Whenever Samsung launches a new smartphone series, the Malaysian market will always get the Exynos variant. Some people may be cool with it, but some may not as they prefer the one that comes with a more powerful Snapdragon Qualcomm chipset. However, it looks like Samsung is going to change that as the Exynos 1000 is rumoured to be three times faster than Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865.

  • AMD to increase production of custom chipsets for next-gen consoles to ensure 2020 launch

    AMD to increase production of custom chipsets for next-gen consoles to ensure 2020 launch

    The year 2020 is one that's going to be a big one for console gaming, as the next generation of gaming consoles will launch later this year. To meet this launch window, AMD will be ramping up production for the custom AMD Zen 2 and Navi-based system on chips (SoC). This was announced by AMD during a recent Q1 2020 earnings call with AMD investors.

  • AMD partners up with Oxide Games to build cloud gaming technology

    AMD partners up with Oxide Games to build cloud gaming technology

    Cloud gaming may not have taken off yet but many companies believe it to be the next big thing. Already we see big companies like Google, Nvidia, and Microsoft who are working on building such platforms. AMD seems to be more interested in building the technology to support a cloud gaming platform and will be doing so with the help of Oxide Games.

  • How powerful the AMD Ryzen 4000 series processor can be?

    How powerful the AMD Ryzen 4000 series processor can be?

    Ever since AMD announced the Ryzen 4000 series processor back in early January, the enthusiastic gamers around the world have been thinking what kind of performance can they expect. Is this a big deal? Yes, it is and very much so for the gaming industry. To put it in a layman's context, imagine transferring a powerful processor from a desktop to an ultrathin laptop, yet able to retain its performance and battery efficiency. But is this possible?

  • First benchmarks for AMD Ryzen 4000 series APU appear

    First benchmarks for AMD Ryzen 4000 series APU appear

    The launch of the latest AMD Ryzen 4000 series of APUs is expected to be announced soon. But before that, many have obviously been given the new processors to test and the results are starting to appear. Recently, a 3DMark benchmark score for one of AMD's upcoming chips appeared on Twitter.