Apple Has Over 85% of the Smartphone Corporate Market Value

Apple has about 13-15% of the total smartphone market in terms of unit sales but has 75% of the smartphone profits. Apple has over 85% of the corporate market value for the smartphone industry. Apple’s cellphone business is about 20 times the market value of the second-place smartphone company. The second-place smartphone market value is …

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Apple M2 on 5 Nanometer Plus Process and A16 at 4 Nanometer

Taiwan Semiconductor will be mass-producing Apple’s new M2 chip in July for use in MacBooks for the second half of 2021. The M2 will eventually be used in other Mac and Apple devices beyond the MacBook. The new chipset is produced by key Apple supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract chipmaker, using …

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Apple iPhone 8 and Apple TV 4K

Apple has officially announced the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and they have faster processors, a True Tone display, and upgraded cameras. The wireless charging is basically the same as all other smartphones. Place the phone on a charging pad. Apple will be using the widely used Qi charging standard. Apple has upgraded the processor …

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Vision of a Asteroid Belt Astronomical Telescope and hypertelescopes

Physics Today has a speculative article that proposes that laser light be used to shape and polish an asteroid to high optical standards. This could create an Asteroid Belt Astronomical Telescope (ABAT). The Asteroid Belt Astronomical Telescope (ABAT) focuses light from laser-polished asteroids onto dual imaging arrays above and below the solar system; other intense …

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Like Tony Stark Making Technology from Scraps

Take some metal scraps from the junkyard; put them in a glass jar with a common household chemical; and, voilà, you have a high-performance battery. “Imagine that the tons of metal waste discarded every year could be used to provide energy storage for the renewable energy grid of the future, instead of becoming a burden …

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Real technology to mimick the Star Wars Force or Fictional Telekenesis

Combining gesture interface, augmented reality and virtual reality interfaces, drones, power beaming, beam forming, robotics, magnetic levitation and sonic levitation would enable people to mimick the Star Wars Force or Fictional Telekenesis. Drones with speakers would be able to get into position to provide sonic leviation. Power beaming would enable higher power usage on the …

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New Appoach targets Cancer Stem Cells and uses tens of thousands of animal models

Stemcentrx, has raised $500 million and is valued at $3 billion, people familiar with its finances say, a nearly unprecedented value for a company with no revenue, facing the usual R and D obstacles, and that almost no one has heard of. Silicon Valley is used to “unicorns,” those private, usually profitless, and fast-growing tech …

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China will bigger than ITER test Tokamak for testing magnetic fusion by 2030

The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), a $20 billion machine being built in France. Constructing ITER has already cost three times as much as budgeted, and completion has slipped from 2016 to 2019, with the first plasma experiments the following year. Steven Cowley, director of the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy in Oxfordshire, told the …

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IQ Prediction from Structural MRI using Machine Learning

Stephen Hsu at Information Processing reports on a paper where the authors use machine learning techniques to build sparse predictors based on grey/white matter volumes of specific regions. Correlations obtained are ~ 0.7 A separate UCLA paper show that brain size alone correlates 0.4 with IQ. Also, a notable genetic sequence, located within the HMGA2 …

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