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All You Need To Know About Samsung’s 12GB LPDDR5 RAM With 5G

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All You Need To Know About Samsung's 12GB LPDDR5 RAM With 5G

Getting yourself a 5G smartphone with an AI feature is one of the coolest things, now that technology is advancing. For a smartphone to be highly recognized in this modern world, it mostly depends on features like memory.

Now that Samsung has started mass production of its first 12 Gb LPDDR5 RAM smartphone which is touched to have a 5G and an AI features.

Samsung is set to bring 12GB RAM for smartphones using new development which they have already started mass production. There are speculations that the 12GB RAM could be a part of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 which is yet to be disclosed.

Now that Samsung has started mass production of their 12Gb LPDDR5 RAM. Below is what you need to know and expect from their new technology.

Due to Samsung advancement in technology, Samsung’s new smartphones with Dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) can improve this generation and the next generation flagship with fully leverage AI features and 5G capabilities such as machine learning and ultra-high-definition video recording with high extending battery life.

The smartphone will consume a data rate of 5500 Mb/s with approximately 1.3 times faster than that of the LPDDRRX which is 4266 Mb/s and can be found in today’s modern smartphones.

The 12Gb LPDDR5 RAM will be able to transfer 44GB of data per second, that is, you can watch 12 full HD movies provided your internet connection is very good.

The new 12Gb LPDDR5 RAM chip will use less than 30% of its power compared to it the previous ones they did. In addition to the new circuit designed to enhance low power, clocking and training features that ensures that performance is stable even when working at a very high speed.

To manage these mass productions with flexibility. Next year, Samsung technology will start transferring their 12Gb LPDDR5 into mobile DRAM base on 10nm-class, 5500Mb/s production into Pyeongtaek in Korea campus which will depend on global demand by most Samsung customers.

After the introduction of the 12Gb LPDDR5 mobile DRAM, it’s expected of Samsung to develop a 16Gb LPDDR5 in 2020 next year to outrun their competitive edge in the global market in terms of memory.

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Youtube Gets Sued For Alleged LGBTQ Rights Infringement

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Youtube Gets Sued For LGBTQ Rights Infringement

A group of LGBTQ rights defenders in the US recently arraigned Google and YouTube in federal court. This band, including a handful of LGBTQ social media celebrities such as Chase Ross, Bria Kam, Chrissy Chambers, Brett Somers as well as the executives of GlitterbombTV.com, Alleges that YouTube’s ‘ad-friendly’ policies were actually not friendly to them in all ramifications. The litigation brought before the US district court in California accuses YouTube of such activities as limiting video contents tied to famous LGBTQ identities.

The Emerging Rights War

Following the recent developments, a lawsuit was filed on Tuesday against YouTube and its parent company – Google. These LGBTQ users leveraged upon the company’s purported ideology of “creating a platform of self-expression for all” and making a shit-load of money while at it. This perception of ‘freedom of expression’ and ‘freedom of information’ was however received differently by LGBTQ users, once they sensed a pre-planned discrimination towards the contents they upload on YouTube. 

Accordingly, the court order highlights that YouTube engaged in;

“unlawful content regulation, distribution, and monetization practices that stigmatize, restrict, block, demonetize, and financially harm the LGBTQ+ Plaintiffs and the greater LGBTQ+ Community.”

The Plaintiff acknowledged that Google/YouTube supervises over 95% of all the digitally distributed video-based contents on a global scale. And as such, YouTube is registered as the largest for-profit channel dedicated to free speech and expression in the history of the world.

Furthermore, the Prosecuting party maintains that the Defendants generated an excess of $25 billion on an annual basis. Claiming that such profits are derived from regulating, distributing, and monetizing the free speech and expression of the 2.3 billion YouTubers worldwide. 

Google Apology

Still, Google upholds that it has always been a silent propagator of LGBTQ rights in the past. Demonstrating this, Google asserts to have advocated for gay rights around the world and officially sponsoring the San Francisco Pride parade. Nonetheless, this is not the first time Google/YouTube would be charged with such malfeasance. 

The social media giant took to Twitter during the 2018 ‘Pride Month’ to relay an apology with regards its biased ads sharing policies. But this time, the LGBTQ community does not seem to care about Google’s apology but rather a call for the restructuring of Google’s business model.

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40% Of Bitcoins Are Stored On Wallets With A Balance Of Over 1000 BTC

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40% Of Bitcoins Are Stored On Wallets With A Balance Of Over 1000 BTC

Over the past few years, several “warning bells” have started to sound for all Bitcoin maximalists. Seems like the decentralization of the main cryptocurrency is more like a myth and has neither part nor lot in ability-status congruence. According to some experts of the industry, 40% of all Bitcoins are stored on cryptocurrency wallets with a balance of 1000 BTC or more.

Who Controls Bitcoin?

According to data published by digital asset strategist/director at VanEck Gabor Gurbacs, there are only 3 wallets that own 100000 BTC and more and 115 that own 10000-100000 BTC. The main part of them is cryptocurrency exchanges with millions of users.

If we exclude some factors that could affect the accuracy of the results, in particular, remove wallets belonging to exchanges, we can get the following result.

The results are presented below on the chart of the Lorentz curve. A straight blue line demonstrates the complete equality in the distribution of coins, that is when each person gets an equal amount of BTC. The red curve under the line corresponds to reality – the ratio of the number of wallets to the number of all coins have already mined. As we can see, the first 25 % of the holders don’t own a few percents of Bitcoins. But the tiny part of the particularly well-to-do holders accounts for most of the existing coins.

lorenz curve

Source: trustory.io

That is the diagram indicates the “unfairness” of the cryptocurrency distribution. Although it simply indicates the difference in the social status and condition of industry participants.

In general, the Lorentz curve demonstrates income unfairness in economics. The closer the curve is to the straight line, the fairer the distribution of all the funds. Its position on the chart is controlled by social programs and tax reforms.

This statistic has been criticized by some Twitter users. BlockTower Capital co-founder Ari Paul advised experts to exclude wallets with an account balance of less than 0.01 BTC from the sample. According to him, any user can create thousands of Bitcoin addresses, which then will not be used. Therefore, these purses are supposedly not worth taking into account.

That wealth is unevenly distributed is probably a normal situation. However, as well as knowledge: the one who constantly studies new areas, the first to receive various things, which then become wealthy. The example is registering the first domains in the .com zone because their further sale brought millions of dollars to the owners! Among this one occur to sex.com or casino.com

Another example is early investors. Shares of Facebook or Amazon, bought a decade ago, were considered a completely rubbish investment, but someone believed in these companies and their business model.

To get closer to the cherished percentage of the richest Bitcoin wallets it is the proper time to buy cryptocurrency. That time we will live a life!

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