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Procos: Recyclability and carbon neutrality at Édition Spéciale by Luxe Pack

27.05.2019 9:18

During Édition Spéciale by Luxe Pack, which will take place on June 4th and 5th, 2019, in Paris, Carreau du Temple, Procos will put the focus on its latest IT-Bag launched earlier this year: a fully recyclable, plastic free, paper bag, made from FSC Mix certified white Kraft paper containing 40% PCW (post-consumer waste) fibres, and 100% cotton handles. Its defining feature: the IT-Bag carries an NFC tag (printed on paper). For many years, the German manufacturer of high-end shopping bags (...) -

Tags: Germany, EU, PC

This is how incredible iOS 13 might look on the iPhone 11

27.05.2019 8:19

The biggest and most hotly anticipated news of 2019 for Apple fans is obviously the upcoming release of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R, or whatever Apple ends up naming its next-generation iPhone lineup. Apple is rumored to be using the same iPhone design that it introduced on the iPhone X in 2017 and then recycled on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max last year, making this the second time Apple has reused the same hardware design for three consecutive years. As it did with the iPhone 7 back in 2016, however, the company plans to separate its new iPhone 11 series from previous models using a huge camera upgrade and some more new features. The triple-lens camera that will make its way to the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max has leaked extensively, and we've also read rumors about a new frosted glass back as well as features like wireless power sharing and more.The iPhone 11 series should end up being a fairly big update despite falling behind the times a bit where design is concerned, and Apple fans who upgrade will be buzzing about the new models for months. There's no question that tens of millions of new iPhone 11 phones will be sold in the 12 months following Apple's upcoming launch. But there's also no question that the majority of iPhone owners will pass on the upgrade. The good news for the hundreds of millions of iPhone owners who won't be getting an iPhone 11 is that their current phones are still about to feel fresh and new. As has become customary each year, Apple will unveil its huge mobile platform update next week at the annual WWDC conference in California. The company will then continue to refine iOS 13 until its public release this coming September. We already know about plenty of new features headed to iOS 13 thanks to a series of leaks, and now a graphic design has imagined what iOS 13 will look like on Apple's newest iPhone and iPad models.Graphic designer Álvaro Pabesio took to his Behance page recently and published a series of iOS 13 concept renders based on all the rumors we've seen and heard recently. The result is positively stunning, and there's a good chance that much of what we see in Pabesio's mockups will end up being pretty close to iOS 13's actual design. After all, many of the features we've seen leak have come from solid sources with good track records of revealing accurate information surrounding Apple's upcoming software releases.Pabesio focused on four main areas in his iOS 13 concept renders: new iPad features, new Continuity features, Dark Mode, and new apps. The iPad might not be the most exciting Apple product out there these days, but it may end up being the recipient of some of the most impressive new features when iOS 13 is introduced. Pabesio covered several of the biggest rumors, but the new screen-sharing feature that will supposedly be added to Continuity might be the coolest.Of course, the big news is Dark Mode, which is something iPhone and iPad users have been eagerly awaiting for years. Now that all of Apple's iPhone models feature OLED displays that would greatly benefit from a dark mode feature, Apple is rumored to finally be ready to roll it out in iOS 13.But that's just the tip of the iceberg for Pabesio's iOS 13 renders on Apple's latest iPhones, and you can see tons of reimagined iOS 13 apps in the gallery he posted on his Behance page.


Nvidia's RTX Studio laptops pair fierce hardware with dedicated drivers for content creators

27.05.2019 3:30

Intel isn’t the only chipmaker aiming to remold the PC industry to its vision. At Computex in Taiwan on Monday, Nvidia revealed RTX Studio laptops, a new initiative focused on giving content creators powerful computer hardware and rock-solid, creation-focused drivers to match.
These powerful notebooks represent the antithesis of . While all RTX Studio laptops utilize Nvidia’s energy-efficient Max-Q GPU variants to enable slim designs, these things are loaded down with some serious firepower.
They’ll feature RTX graphics cards equipped with dedicated ray tracing and AI hardware, from both the GeForce and Quadro lineups. In fact, Nvidia launched a fresh stack of Quadro mobile GPUs to debut in RTX Studio laptops, culminating in the Quadro RTX 5000, a fearsome beast of a graphics solution with over 3,000 CUDA cores and 16GB of GDDR6 memory. You’ll find a chart of the new RTX Quadro options at the end of this article.

Tags: EU, Fire, Taiwan, PC

Total War: Three Kingdoms PC Performance Analysis

27.05.2019 3:22

The Total War series has started its Romance with the Three Kingdoms, but does this new series entry love the latest PC hardware?

Tags: PC

[NSFW] Hentai Dating Sim Review: 7 Angels - Hentai Reviews

27.05.2019 3:22

7 Angels, a free dating sim game. Released on Nutakus gaming portal on February 2019. Available for PC internet browsers and Android smartphones. No voice acting. This game is basically Hentai Tinder. You chat with flirty girls and get into all sorts of adventures. The game has over 500 sexy pictures to collect, including numerous item rewards, challenges, and fun story lines for the delicious ladies.


Heavy Rain PC 4K/Ultra Screenshots + PC Graphics Settings + 4K Performance Impressions

27.05.2019 3:22

DSOGaming writes: "The PC demo for Heavy Rain is finally available on the Epic Games Store and weve decided to test it in order to see how Quantic Dreams first modern-day PC title performs and looks on the PC platform and share some 4K screenshots on the highest graphical settings."

Tags: Dreams, PC, 4K

Qualcomm's benchmarks show Snapdragon 8cx running as fast as Intel's Core i5

27.05.2019 3:00

Qualcomm said that is partnering with Lenovo to create what it’s calling the first 5G PC, code-named “Project Limitless,” based on the Snapdragon 8cx processor it announced last December. It also used a pair of unreleased PCMark benchmarks to prove that the Snapdragon 8cx can outperform a “Kaby Lake-R” Intel Core i5.
Though the “Project Limitless” name implies it’s nothing more than a research effort, it’s expected that the Qualcomm partnership with Lenovo will yield a consumer product, which Lenovo will likely ship in early 2020. Both Qualcomm and Lenovo are here at the Computex show in Taiwan, where Qualcomm is seeking partners for what it calls its Always Connected PCs.


AMD CEO confirms Threadripper is alive, well, and 'moving up'

27.05.2019 2:06

Though AMD CEO and President Lisa Su didn’t mention the company’s Threadripper processor in her Computex presentation Monday morning, she told reporters that the company hasn’t discontinued it. 
Su wowed a keynote audience here on Monday with the , the first branding of the upcoming “Navi” processor, and more. But any omission of a key product raises questions of its viability, and Su put those questions to rest.
“You know. it’s very interesting, some of the things that circulate on the Internet—I don’t think we ever said that Threadripper was not going to continue—it somehow took on a life of its own on the Internet,” Su said, speaking to a small group of reporters following her keynote. “You will see more [Threadripper] from us; you will definitely see more.”

Tags: President, PC, Audi, AMD

AMD flexes 7nm muscle with a 12-core Ryzen 9 CPU and Radeon RX 5000 graphics cards

26.05.2019 23:31

The coremageddon has begun: AMD Monday dropped its long-awaited 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X at Computex on Monday, saying that it will outpace Intel’s 12-core CPUs for almost a third to half the price—and that’s just an inkling of AMD’s 7nm onslaught against Intel and Nvidia.
"To be a technology leader, you have to make big bets," said Lisa Su, AMD's chief executive, speaking at her first Computex keynote. AMD's biggest bet was in developing its chips for 7nm, and those bets are beginning to pay off.
During the kick-off keynote for Computex, AMD CEO Lisa Su unveiled:
  • “RDNA,” AMD’s new graphics architecture brand for its next-gen "Navi" core, which will be called the Radeon RX 5700 graphics card and go head-to-head with .
  • An 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 7 3700X with stupidly good power efficiency of 65 watts.
  • An 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 3800X that all but erases any gaming deficits the CPUs have had versus the Intel competition.
  • The world’s first PCIe 4.0-ready PC parts
  • A dual-processor “Rome” Epyc server running laps on a dual-processor Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 server.

The most anticipated news, though, was AMD's Ryzen 9 3900X CPU. Su said the 12-core Ryzen 9 will have a boost clock of 4.6GHz with a base clock of 3.8GHz. The Ryzen 9 3900X will also pack in 70MB of cache and cost just $499.


Resident Evil games on Switch features In-Game Achievements

26.05.2019 21:22

One feature a lot of Nintendo Switch owners want are achievements. However, even if the OS doesnt support it, some developers are adding achievements as part of the game. Like in Capcoms latest release of Resident Evil 0, Resident Evil 1, and Resident Evil 4.


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