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Intel plans Xe consumer graphics for laptops first, a discrete card in 2021 – PC World New Zealand

Intel’s first Xe graphics part for consumers will go into laptops, but 2021 will bring the long-anticipated discrete graphics card with hardware ray tracing.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 2 release date may get pushed to late 2021, analyst predicts – TechRadar New Zealand

Plus a possible discounted Fold SE

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Basing their predictions on the February 2020 launch of the Galaxy Z Flip, many foldable-phone fans had hopes that Samsung would hold to an annual schedule and launch its successor, the Galaxy Z Flip 2, in February 2021. Unfortunately, the phone might come out far later in the year, according to an industry insider.
Ross Young, founder of a display supply chain advisory firm that works with various brands and manufacturers including Samsung responded on Twitter to a user’s Z Flip 2 wish list wi…

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B&O’s Beoremote Halo is the $900 ring your $40,000 speakers hopefully haven’t been waiting for – The Verge

Bang & Olufsen’s new Beoremote Halo is beautiful & expensive, but it’s not totally clear why it’s necessary. It comes in wall-mounted and table stand (sold out online) varieties and of course it looks sexy as hell because B&O doesn’t do ugly.

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One ring to rule your homes exorbitantly priced audio system
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Bang & Olufsens Beoremote Halo is beautiful & expensive, but its not totally clear why its necessary, or what it actually… is. Heres what we do know: It costs $900, and is a round device with a rectangular touch screen that lets you control the Bang & Olufsen music system you obviously have in your home. And of course it looks sexy as hell because B&O doesnt do ugly.
Why do I need this?
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Apple vs. Epic hearing previews a long, hard-fought trial to come – Ars Technica

Judge Rogers has strong words for both sides in the iOS Fortnite battle.

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Enlarge/ Whoever wins this case will get a llama full of prizes.
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Federal District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers heard arguments this morning regarding Epic’s request for a temporary injunction in its case against Apple. That injunction would force Apple to put Fortnite back on the iOS App Store during the trial, following the game’s removal last month over Epic’s skirting of Apple’s in-app purchase rules.
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