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iPhone 9 release date is very, very soon, according to insider rumor

The iPhone 9, perhaps coming as the iPhone SE 2, is expected to launch any day now, and while we don't know an exact launch or release date, a new rumor suggests it could be right around the corner.

Prosser states that Apple has been holding meetings to decide when to drop the iPhone 9, and at the moment it's looking like the release date could be April 22, preceded by a launch event on April 15.

That would put the iPhone 9 launch event on the same day as the Honor 30 event, just the day after the OnePlus 8 reveal, making it a pretty busy period in the phones world.

However, as Prosser points out, given the state of flux the world is in, these dates could easily get changed depending on the phone shipments and state of the US, where Apple is based, plus the various countries the phone would get shipped to for orders.

But for now, apparently the iPhone 9 launch is just around the corner.

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5G iPhone 12 To Launch In Fall But Future Products Will Be Delayed

Apple’s iPhone 12 with 5G networking is still on track to launch in fall, but future products are expected to face delays because of COVID-19, as per a new report by Bloomberg.

Foxconn, one of Apple’s biggest suppliers who makes iPhones for the company, is slowly getting back to normal production and gearing up for production ramp-up in summer for iPhone 12 launch.

Despite the seemingly good news from Foxconn, Apple’s supply chain is still disrupted due to the impact of coronavirus in other parts of the world.

Most suppliers in Europe, United States and other parts of the world are unable to function as usual, which means that despite Foxconn’s production, there would be a considerable impact on Apple’s supply chain.

Bloomberg notes that this will impact future Apple products: Yet the sort of assembly that Foxconn specializes in is but one part of Apple’s supply chain: the U.S. company and its partners spend months or even years sourcing components around the world and any disruptions to that complex network could delay future devices.

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LG is reportedly killing off the G-series to make way for a new Chocolate lineup

A report from South Korea claimed that the LG G9 will be relegated to mid-range status, but now additional info has surfaced as to why.

The goal is to bring back the LG Chocolate brand, which was popular before smartphones took over.

It was a design-focused series that had some memorable entries like LG BL40 New Chocolate and its 21:9 screen (unheard of back in 2009).

The LG G9 itself won't be a throwaway phone, claims the report.

LG will bestow some V-series features on it like a larger screen (6.7-6.9") and support for a Dual Screen accessory.

Huawei flagship smart TV coming on April 8th

Huawei just wrapped up its flagship P40 series global launch last week and the company will now be focusing on its next big product category launch coming on April 8th – smart TV.

However, we do see that it has a big pop-up module, similar to what we’ve seen on the Honor Smart TV.

Interestingly, Huawei had previously released a Huawei Smart Screen V65 Honor Edition.

Judging from the larger pop-up device owned by Huawei ’s flagship new smart screen product in the poster, this new smart screen product is expected to have more new features added.

Elsewhere, Huawei is also readying itself for the MatePad Pro launch in Malaysia and the Mate Xs launch in India.

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Which US Cities Will Have the Largest Coronavirus Outbreaks in April

He fundraises for various high impact technology companies and has worked in computer technology, insurance, healthcare and with corporate finance.

He was recently interviewed by the radio program Steel on Steel on satellites and high altitude balloons that will track all movement in many parts of the USA.

He is the sole author and writer of Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He has substantial familiarity with a broad range of breakthrough technologies like age reversal and antiaging, quantum computers, artificial intelligence, ocean tech, agtech, nuclear fission, advanced nuclear fission, space propulsion, satellites, imaging, molecular nanotechnology, biotechnology, medicine, blockchain, crypto and many other areas.

US Space Force Launches First Mission Despite Coronavirus

The satellite constellation provides "global, survivable, protected communications capabilities for strategic command and tactical warfighters operating on ground, sea and air platforms," according to Lockheed Martin.

AEHF-6, as the satellite is called, is the sixth and final in the Lockheed Martin AEHF constellation.

The Lockheed Martin Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite was launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida at 4:18 pm (Friday, 01:48 am IST) aboard an Atlas V551 rocket.

The United States Space Force launched its first national security mission Thursday, sending an ultra-secure military communication satellite into orbit even as the coronavirus pandemic paralyzes much of the country.

And it gives "senior leadership a survivable line of communications to military forces in all levels of conflict, including nuclear war," it said.

U.S. Space Force First Launch: How To Watch Live

It has been a year of firsts for the USSF since it officially became a branch of the military in December 2019 when President Donald Trump signed into law a $738 billion defense bill.

According to Space.com, AEHF satellites orbit about 22,200 miles above the Earth in the geostationary orbit and are built to last for up to 14 years in space.

“We are proud to launch the first National Security Space mission for the U.S. Space Force and look forward to delivering the final AEHF asset to support our nation’s national defense and the warfighter community.”

The USSF will launch a military communications satellite into space on Thursday, March 26, from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

The main goal of the USSF is to train and equip the military to protect the U.S. and its allied interests in space.

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The U.S. Space Force has now actually gone to space [Updated

For this mission, the Atlas V rocket will boost the sixth and final satellite in a constellation of military communications satellites in geostationary orbit.

Original post: United Launch Alliance says its Atlas V rocket is ready to launch on Thursday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

The first phase of the launch was a success, and now the rocket's Centaur upper stage is pushing the AEHF-6 satellite toward a geostationary transfer orbit.

4:30pm ET Update: After an issue with ground support equipment, United Launch Alliance got its Atlas V rocket off the ground a little more than an hour after its launch window opened on Thursday.

But at the US military's main spaceports in Florida, where the Atlas V rocket is due to launch, and Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, essential launch opportunities appear to be continuing, at least for now.

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SpaceX parachute test failure could further delay crewed flight

It's not clear what led to the problem, although SpaceX said the parachutes weren't responsible.

However, Parabolic Arc sources said that the failure along with separate preparation issues made it "likely" that the flight would wait until June.

The failure compounds problems NASA has had getting viable private crew capsules into service.

On top of SpaceX's challenges, Boeing's botched Starliner test flight is introducing setbacks.

It could be a while before US rockets and capsules are once again ferrying astronauts into orbit, as eager as the US might be to reinvigorate its space program.

How to watch the Huawei P40 Pro launch event live stream

Tomorrow, March 26, Huawei will present its P40 smartphones via a global live stream.

After Redmi presented its Note 9S on Monday (March 23rd), Huawei now also joins the ranks of the global launch event streamers.

Tomorrow, Thursday, March 26, the company will present its P40 series - including the P40, P40 Pro and P40 Lite - and the event will be broadcast in Europe at 14:00 (CET).

You can see the corresponding live YouTube stream below: Huawei P40 Pro: it's all about the camera Launch events are always under a special motto.

Leaks have already shown that Huawei can live up to this camera promise: Are you going to be there tomorrow for the global launch event live?

Xiaomi Will Launch a New Redmi TV Model Tomorrow

Redmi brand General Manager Lu Weibing has teased on Weibo that the company will also launch a Redmi-branded smart TV at its launch event tomorrow.

But it appears that the company has another surprise launch up its sleeve - a new Redmi TV.

The company is also tipped to launch the Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition, the Mi Purifier F1, and the refreshed RedmiBook 14 laptop powered by AMD's Ryzen processor.

Xiaomi is holding an online-only event on March 24 where its Redmi sub-brand will launch the highly-anticipated Redmi K30 Pro phone.

Weibing's Weibo post shows a Redmi TV with a familiar design that we've seen on Mi-branded TVs.

Four-Way and Now Nine-Way Valve Hacks for Ventilators

Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He is the sole author and writer of Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He was recently interviewed by the radio program Steel on Steel on satellites and high altitude balloons that will track all movement in many parts of the USA.

He fundraises for various high impact technology companies and has worked in computer technology, insurance, healthcare and with corporate finance.

He has substantial familiarity with a broad range of breakthrough technologies like age reversal and antiaging, quantum computers, artificial intelligence, ocean tech, agtech, nuclear fission, advanced nuclear fission, space propulsion, satellites, imaging, molecular nanotechnology, biotechnology, medicine, blockchain, crypto and many other areas.

Addition performs better than 1x1 convolution

There is two separate encoders - one for pre- and one for post-disaster image - where before downsampling, the output of post-disaster encoder's double convolutions is fused into the output of pre-disaster encoder's by concatenating them together and running a 1x1 convolution over them.

The network performs very well, but does even better if I replace 1x1 convolutions with addition.

I find it very weird since 1x1 convolutions are a broader set of operations which includes vanilla unweighted addition.

Things like subtraction and weighted addition are learnable with 1x1 convolutions but not with regular addition.

If addition is the optimal thing to do, the network can learn it as well.

Dauntless introduces a fiery new behemoth and a new hunt pass

The free Scorched Earth update has arrived, and with it comes the hunt for the game’s biggest-ever behemoth.

The update also brings with it a new hunt pass to complete, with brand new legendary weapons to craft if you’re up to the challenge.

Taking on the new Blaze Escalation challenge will pit slayers against an increasingly challenging series of flameborne behemoths, and each encounter features a randomized selection of behemoths and new gameplay mutators.

The Scorched Earth update launches alongside the new Searing Talons hunt pass, which offers rewards themed around Dauntless’ Blaze Hawk faction.

Defeating Torgadoro will provide schematics for a new set of weapons and armour, and the new legendary Torgadoro weapons each have two prismatic cell slots and the ability to ‘bond’ to another blaze weapon.

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The Goliath Transmitter was a Massive yet Covert Nazi Radio Communication Network

Radio waves don't easily travel through saltwater, which meant that getting active communication with a submarine crew meant making the submarine surface an antenna.

Low-frequency radio frequencies are anywhere in the range of 30 to 300 kHz and their wavelengths range from 1 to 10 kilometers.

RELATED: WHEN THE INTERNET AND CELL PHONE NETWORKS GO DOWN, AMATEUR RADIO NETWORK OPERATORS STEP UP Engineers honed in on a range of frequencies lower than 30 kHz for submarine communication.

Essentially, the lower the frequency of a radio wave, the longer and larger the antenna is required to be.

Engineers tasked with finding a more covert solution soon discovered that radio waves with low frequencies, around 10 kHz, could penetrate saltwater to depths up to around 20 meters.

F-35-Commanded Drones Are Coming: Meet the XQ-58A Valkyrie

The U.S. Air Force could be months away from deciding whether to put into production its first, fighter-style “wingman drone.”

But California unmanned aerial vehicle-maker Kratos, builder of the Air Force’s prototype XQ-58A Valkyrie wingman UAV, is confident the flying branch will decide to proceed.

The Air Force wants an early version of a wingman drone to be ready for combat by 2023.

A new version of the Air Force’s F-35A stealth fighter, as well as the heavily upgraded version of the F-15 that the flying branch hopes to acquire, both could function as flight leads for the service’s wingman drones, Will Roper, the Air Force’s top weapons-buyer, told Defense News reporter Valerie Insinna.

Wingman drones could change the way major air forces fight, according to Peter W. Singer, author of Wired for War.

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Infinix Hot 9 leak reveals 48MP quad rear camera

Announced back in September 2019, the Infinix Hot 8 runs on a MediaTek Helio A22 on the 2GB + 32GB variant.

This suggests that the Infinix Hot 9 could feature a fingerprint scanner on the front or the side.

The Infinix Hot 9 leaked image shows a smartphone in a glossy green finished back panel.

This is a big jump over the Infinix Hot 8’s 13-megapixel main camera.

Smartphone brand Infinix is gearing up for the launch of its next smartphone in the Infinix Hot series.

Nokia 8.2 5G, Nokia 5.3 and Nokia 1.3 launch at 10PM IST

In terms of devices, Nokia 8.2 5G is expected to be the biggest star at today’s launch event.

Ahead of the event today, Nokia also confirmed that its smartphones will appear in Daniel Craig’s last Bond film titled No Time To Die.

It is also expected to introduce Nokia 1.3 and Nokia 5.3 devices as entry-level and mid-range smartphones.

At the event, Nokia is expected to launch its 5G capable smartphone in the form of Nokia 8.2.

HMD Global, the Finnish licensee of Nokia smartphone brand, is set to launch new devices today.

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Huawei new true wireless headset may debut with the P40 series

Huawei has applied for a patent for a new true wireless headset from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

The patent picture shows that the new headset design is similar to Samsung Galaxy Buds + and uses an in-ear design.

As shown, the Huawei TWS headset will have a pod-like design similar to Samsung Galaxy Buds.

According to reports, this headset may be released simultaneously with the Huawei P40 series on March 26.

Unfortunately, this is about what we know regarding the Huawei headset in the patent.

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Nvidia decides "it isn't the right time" to share GTC news

Many PC gamers and hardware enthusiasts were really looking forward to Nvidia's GTC 2020 event.

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang penned a blog post sometime yesterday, headlined simply "GTC news can wait".

We reported a week ago, that the Nvidia CEO's GTC Digital keynote has been postponed.

At that time Nvidia promised that we would instead get a selection of news releases on Tuesday, 24th March followed up with an investor call from Huang.

Nvidia will be holding back its main GTC 2020 scheduled news, and there won't be therefore any big keynote or announcements at this time.

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Redmi K30 Pro hands-on images reveal Nokia-inspired design and pop-up camera

Xiaomi has already given us a glimpse of its upcoming Redmi K30 Pro budget flagship phone and its all-screen design.

Now, purported hands-on images of the Redmi K30 Pro have surfaced online, revealing its quad rear camera setup.

The leaked images allegedly show the Redmi K30 Pro sporting a quad rear camera setup, one of which is a 64-megapixel unit.

More notably, the Redmi K30 Pro is shown sporting a pop-up selfie camera, but the resolution of the selfie camera is not known.

As per previous leaks, Redmi K30 Pro will pack a 4,700 mAh battery with 33W fast charging support, and will reportedly be launched later this month.

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SpaceX Starlink Launch Had an Abort

Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He is the sole author and writer of Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He was recently interviewed by the radio program Steel on Steel on satellites and high altitude balloons that will track all movement in many parts of the USA.

He fundraises for various high impact technology companies and has worked in computer technology, insurance, healthcare and with corporate finance.

He has substantial familiarity with a broad range of breakthrough technologies like age reversal and antiaging, quantum computers, artificial intelligence, ocean tech, agtech, nuclear fission, advanced nuclear fission, space propulsion, satellites, imaging, molecular nanotechnology, biotechnology, medicine, blockchain, crypto and many other areas.

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Watch: This SpaceX Rocket Aborted Its Launch at the Last Second

Today’s launch was significant because it would have been the first Falcon 9 rocket booster, or first stage, to launch five times.

Michael Andrews, a supply chain supervisor at SpaceX, said in the launch commentary that they had a “condition regarding engine power that caused us to abort today’s launch.”

According to Space.com, apparently, the Falcon 9’s onboard computer aborted the launch just before liftoff because it detected an issue with one of the rocket’s nine Merlin 1D engines.

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket aborted a planned launch on Sunday morning at the last second due to an engine power issue.

SpaceX aims to reduce the price of rocket launches by reusing parts of its rockets.

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SpaceX Starship Designed for Relaunch Within 1 Hour

Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He is the sole author and writer of Wang is a prolific business-oriented writer of emerging and disruptive technologies.

He was recently interviewed by the radio program Steel on Steel on satellites and high altitude balloons that will track all movement in many parts of the USA.

He fundraises for various high impact technology companies and has worked in computer technology, insurance, healthcare and with corporate finance.

He has substantial familiarity with a broad range of breakthrough technologies like age reversal and antiaging, quantum computers, artificial intelligence, ocean tech, agtech, nuclear fission, advanced nuclear fission, space propulsion, satellites, imaging, molecular nanotechnology, biotechnology, medicine, blockchain, crypto and many other areas.