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The Morning After: what is Sony’s smartphone plan?

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I don’t know what’s in Sony’s playbook when it comes to selling their phones in the US. Take the Xperia 5 III. After launch in other regions Last year, the phone is now only available in the US for $ 1,000. This is its mid-range premium phone, with the flagship Xperia 1 series of smartphones (see above) both bigger and more expensive.

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For this price, this Xperia has a lot to offer. The autofocus tricks, thanks to Sony’s camera arm, are often impressive. The Xperia 5 III can also record 4K video up to 120 fps; it is a first smartphone designed for people who really love photography or video. But hey, that’s true of all recent phones from Sony. And if you’re dying to shoot a truly cutting-edge smartphone, maybe the Xperia Pro-I, with a 1-inch camera sensor, would fulfill the mandate more clearly. That’s … just $ 800 more – further proof that Sony’s smartphone prices feel completely separated from its competition.

– Mat Smith

A power plant of a hybrid camera

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The Sony A7 IV is a successful successor to its popular consumer A7 III. The resolution reaches dramatically 33 megapixels and the picture quality is overall much improved. Video is now on par with its rivals at 4K up to 60p with 10-bit 4: 2: 2 quality. The autofocus is amazing for video and stills, and the in-body stabilization does a good job. The biggest drawbacks are the relatively high price and the roller shutter which limits the use of the electronic shutter. Steve Dent puts the latest best Sony camera to the test. (And I’m invited as a guest star voice over talent.)

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But will you make full use of that bandwidth?

Comcast has successfully tested the first 10G modem capable of multigigabit speeds. The prototype built by Broadcom can provide upload and download bandwidth exceeding 4 Gbit / s. At these speeds, downloading the 61 GB of Call of Duty: The Vanguard for PC would take a little over two minutes.

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Sorry, everyone.

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Doop doop doop doop doop doop. Times 10 billion.

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Microsoft no longer manufactures the consoles.

We learned in July 2020 that Microsoft had discontinued the Xbox One X and the Xbox One S Digital Edition. Now, it has emerged that the company also quietly stopped manufacturing the Xbox One S at the end of that year, “to focus on producing the Xbox Series X / S,” according to the senior director of marketing. Xbox console products.

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The employee also filed fraudulent tax returns in an attempt to cover up her actions.

Kristy Stock was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for her role in a scheme to steal and resell more than 3,000 iPods intended for Native American students. The charges against Stock included both tax evasion and the transport of stolen goods. Stock was supposed to use federal grant money to buy iPods to distribute to students. However, with the help of fellow conspirators James Bender and Saurabh Chawla, the group ended up shipping the stolen iPods to Maryland where they were listed on eBay before being sold at a “substantial” markup.

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So far, corporate responses have been “inadequate,” according to the committee.

The owner of Facebook Meta, Google, Twitter and Reddit have been subpoenaed by the Congressional select committee investigating the January 6 insurgency on the U.S. Capitol. Two key questions for the select committee are how the spread of disinformation and violent extremism has contributed to the violent attack on our democracy, and what steps – if any – social media companies have taken to prevent their platforms to be fertile ground for radicalizing people to violence, ”said committee chair Bennie Thompson (D-MS).

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