With 80,000 years and more than 6,000 tons of weight, the largest living organism on Earth is dying

It looks like an aspen forest of 43 hectares in any corner of Utah, but in reality it is an enormous organism formed by 47,000 trunks and a tremendously complex network of roots: it is Pando, the The largest living organism in the world and it is dying.

Those are the conclusions of a study by Paul Rogers and Darren McAvoy, researchers at Utah State University: “Although it is likely that Pando has existed for thousands of years […] now it's collapsing live and direct, “they explain. What's happening to the Shivering Giant?

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Samsung Galaxy S9 +, iPhone XS, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s and MacBook Pro among the offers of Hunting Bargains

One more Friday comes Cazando Gangas with the most succulent offers in electronics and computing of the main Internet shops. This week we find interesting proposals in the form of computers and televisions, since we are at the time of Gaming Week on Amazon, Tecnoprecios at El Corte Inglés and Samsung Days at FNAC. This is the most interesting thing we have found.

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Tesla starts selling a cheaper version of the Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 was unveiled by Elon Musk with the promise of being sold for $ 35,000, the Tesla for all audiences. This price has not yet been achieved and the current versions practically double that initial price . However, the electric car manufacturer has announced a new mid-range version of this car .

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Samsung is the first manufacturer to start the production of 7nm chips with the new extreme ultraviolet technology (EUV)

Samsung has just made an important leap in the development and manufacture of microprocessors, since the company reported that they have started with the large-scale production of the first 7nm chips manufactured under the process of 'extreme ultraviolet lithography' also known as EUV or EUVL (Extreme Ultra Violet Litography), a process that appeared in the early 2000s and is finally seeing the light.

Today we already have chips 7nm as the case of Apple's A12 Bionic which is manufactured by the Taiwanese TSMC, and the Kirin 980 from Huawei as well as the upcoming release of the Snapdragon 855 from Qualcomm . All these (with the exception of Qualcomm, of which there is still no official information) coincide in a manufacturing process based on ArF technology, or immersion in argon fluoride, which for years has been the traditional method. For the above, what Samsung has started to do is a milestone in this segment . Continúa leyendo Samsung is the first manufacturer to start the production of 7nm chips with the new extreme ultraviolet technology (EUV)

Vertu resurfaces from the ashes with a new, and extravagant, Android smartphone up to $ 14,120

Vertu is back . The extravagant manufacturer of super luxury and extremely expensive mobile phones, which once belonged to Nokia, is back after had declared bankruptcy in July 2017 . Apparently, Murat Hakan Uzan, the Turkish businessman exiled in Paris who acquired the company in 2016 for 64 million dollars, managed to finance the debt to return to the market, although there are no details of how this was possible.

After putting the sale and auction of all the remaining phones as well as the equipment of its only factory in the United Kingdom, Vertu returns to the market with the exclusive launch for the Chinese market of Vertu Aster P which is a device that comes to update the Aster family since its last member was released in 2014. Continúa leyendo Vertu resurfaces from the ashes with a new, and extravagant, Android smartphone up to $ 14,120

New Samsung Galaxy Book2, features, price and data sheet

More than a year ago, Samsung decided to expand its Galaxy range towards the tablet / laptop hybrids also known as convertibles. That first bet with the Galaxy Book turned out to be an interesting approach to have a portable device with Windows operating system and Intel processor.

Today Samsung is announcing the second generation of this device , which will be known as Galaxy Book2 which adopts the new processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 which is a variant of its current 845 for smartphones that is now focused for convertibles with Windows 10 In fact, this is the first device with this processor. Continúa leyendo New Samsung Galaxy Book2, features, price and data sheet

Apple sends invitations for a new event in New York

The rumor was that Apple would join the action of events during October and this has been the case. Apple just sent the invitations to an event that will take place in the amazing Howard Gilman Opera House, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, in New York City, so everything points to something special. [19659002] The event will be next Tuesday, October 30, at 10.00 in New York, that is, 15.00 in Spain and 08.00 in Mexico. Continúa leyendo Apple sends invitations for a new event in New York

pure gas for the 'hype'

This week 'Red Dead Redemption 2' has been on everyone's lips in the wake of a controversy over its development and it's going to keep on talking because Rockstar Games, as planned, ] has just released a sensational launch trailer . As we say in the headline, pure gas for the hype that is generating this highly anticipated title.

The launch of this spectacular video is the prelude to the digital preload of the game scheduled for this coming Friday, according to the company . A tasty appetizer in which remains the high level of action that we had seen so far. The expectations, of course, are well up with this western world open to the GTA.

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The EU fined Google, now Google is going to make all phones more expensive in Europe (Clear the X, 1×21)

This week has been marked by a historic decision for the technology industry in the European Union: in response to the fine of 4,340 million euros imposed this summer by the European Commission Google has announced that will start charging manufacturers of smartphones and tablets for using their apps for Android : as of October 29, they will be able to buy, separately, licenses to install Google Search, Chrome or the Play Store.

This decision, whose consequences are immediate, can change the way manufacturers approach the development of smartphones with Android . Will they take on the new costs, or will they charge them on the user? Can they really afford to cut those euros out of their profit margin, if they have it? What could be the approximate amount requested? Are there alternative ways for everything to work, more or less, as up until now? Will there be a spike in the development of forks from Android?

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MIT develops a technique to defend us from Meltdown and Specter, and explains it to the 'Master Chef'

The chaos unleashed by Meltdown and Specter earlier this year has had a huge impact on both Intel processors and other processor manufacturers and on products and services that use those processors

The situation has improved, but even the Intel processors released in recent days still lack a complete and native hardware solution. Now MIT engineers have devised a way to tackle part of the problem and the truth is that the method is at least ingenious, especially when they explain it as if they were talking about recipes.
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