Micron Announces Mass Production of LPDDR5X RAM
Micron Technology recently announced that its LPDDR5X RAM has been validated on Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 platform. Micron’s LPDDR5X, combined with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon products, is designed for high-end and flagship smartphones, with DRAM designed to meet the growing demand for higher memory performance and lower power consumption in a variety of markets, including automotive, PC, 5G and networked systems built with artificial intelligence applications.
Microsoft removes printer-related security protection for Windows 11 22H2 upgrades
Microsoft on November 21 resolved an issue that previously prevented devices from upgrading to Windows 11 22H2, which was related to printer settings that prevented users from upgrading to Windows 11 22H2 if they used printers with Microsoft IPP class drivers or Universal Print Drivers installed, and this issue has now been resolved. Microsoft will automatically push and install a specific troubleshooter for the device in question, and after installation, you can lift the upgrade security protection. If you still can’t get the upgrade update after installation, you can try rebooting the device and then check for updates.
Twitter has started a hiring reboot
According to TheVerge, Twitter CEO Musk has laid off two-thirds of his staff in the last three weeks, reducing the number of Twitter employees from 7,500 to about 2,700. At the same time, Musk said he has completed the layoffs and will reopen engineering and sales-related positions, but did not specify the direction. Musk also said he would stick to his “extremely hardcore” corporate culture.
According to canonrumors, Canon will launch two Cinema EOS cameras next year, the Cinema EOS C200 Mark II and the new C700 series; the Cinema EOS C200 Mark II will have the same Super 35 4K DGO as the C70 / C300 Mark III, RF mount, support for up to 4K 120 fps, two SD UHS-II V90 slots, HDMI A and 12G-SDI output, and a multifunctional hot shoe. The Cinema EOS C200 Mark II will have the same Super 35 4K DGO sensor as the C70 / C300 Mark III, RF mount, support for shooting up to 4K 120 fps images, two SD UHS-II V90 slots, HDMI A and 12G-SDI outputs and a multifunctional hot shoe, and support for Cinema RAW Light, XF-AVC and MP4 recording options; while the new C700 series models have the freedom to change sensors, introduce two new gamma curves, and 2 CFExpress Type B cards and 1 SD card slot.
According to the supply chain, if YMTC is sanctioned, Apple will abandon its flash memory chips and switch to Samsung Storage.