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What Needs to be Considered when Choosing a Gaming Laptop

Currently there are many different kinds of laptops that are advertised as gaming laptops, with the New info Technology from a product that has released a gaming laptop with an update from the previous version, so an information is very important to find out how great the latest products are released next. Of course, even that was added with cheap frills. Yes, it’s also understandable if later laptops with the ability to play middle class games are then widely advertised or at least have the ability to be a separate selling point of the laptop in question.

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NEC announces 3x MIMO capacity gain for mmWave 5G CPE

One of the key elements that will drive 5G mmWave adoption during 2021 will be the availability of appropriate customer premises equipment (CPE) and in what will be a boost to the market, NEC has unveiled distributed-MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) technology, which it says offers about three times the number of simultaneous connections and transmission capacity compared with other MIMO systems.

NEC said the new technology demonstrated multiple highly stable simultaneous terminal connections and transmission capacity in a real office environment through distributed-MIMO – in which a large number of antennas are distributed rather than being placed in a

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Cracking the message in a bottle

Later this week on 28 January, the National Museum of Computing will host a virtual talk exploring the world of unsolvable encryption codes.

The “uncrackable” encrypted messages found in a number of bottles washed ashore in Hamburg between 2016 and 2019 may be drug related, or they may be part of a hoax. But encryption has long been used to share classified information. In the Cold War, it was used by spies and in 2012, a message among the bones of a pigeon found in a chimney in Surrey have been linked to the D-Day landings.

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Executive interview: Antony Roberts, Audi

A recent paper from McKinsey suggests that car sales will become an omni-channel business. The idea of taking the time to look at shiny new vehicles on a forecourt, browse brochures, and touch and smell the cars in the showroom, before heading over to the salesperson’s desk to make a purchase, are perhaps a distant memory given the way the coronavirus has decimated the car industry.

Selling cars has had to shift to a more virtual, online experience, but the connection between manufacturers’ websites and dealerships is far from seamless.

Audi hopes to make things a little more seamless

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