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Arm has upgraded all three of its mobile CPU tiers to Armv9. Here’s everything you need to know about them. Starting with the Cortex-A710 and the Cortex-X2.
Cortex-A510: Finally, a new little core
Arm hasn’t released a new little core in four years, which is an eternity in smartphone years. Thankfully, the wait is over as the company has launched the Armv9-based Cortex-A510 to pick up where the Cortex-A55 left off.
New GPUs: Mali-G710, Mali-G510, Mali-G310 – Up to 20% better performance
Arm has also launched three new GPUS: the Mali-G710, Mali-G510, and the Mali-G310. The Mali-G710 offers up to 20% better performance while the Mali-G510 includes a new feature (not even found in the G710) called Arm Fixed Rate Compression (AFRC).
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A Finite State Machine can, at any given time, be in exactly one of a fixed number of states. The machine can transition from one state to another depending on some input data or event.
How to Implement a Finite State Machine in C
Following my introduction to Finite State Machines, which used Python to implement the FSM, here is a very quick video about how to implement a FSM in C. Using the same example as in the previous video, this one verifies a floating-point number to see if it is good.
The Firewalla Gold is a prosumer or small business firewall with an impressive set of features including ad-blocking, traffic shaping, load balancing between two Internet connections, failover between two Internet connections, safe search, a VPN client & a VPN server, Docker, and more! Here is my review.
- The wait is over. 1Password for Linux is officially here – Native apps with deep integration create a better experience, so 1Password for Linux will feel right at home on your desktop.
- Learn Python the Right Way – Learn in a no-setup environment so they can focus on code. Learn computer science fundamentals. Practice by building real-world projects.
- Permafrost Engine – an OpenGL 3.3 Real Time Strategy game engine written in C.
- Google has launched its third major operating system: Fuchsia OS. This could be a major deal: it’s a completely new, non-Linux-but-still open-source OS. It just happens to fairly inconsequentially launch on the original Nest Hub, where it’s basically unrecognizable. But that feels intentional: Google has been slowly, slowly testing this out. Here’s what Fuchsia is, in case you thought it’d never make it out of Google testing over the past few years.
- USB-C has a new USB-C Release 2.1 spec, and it’s going to take power supply way up: from 100W to 240W, enough to power beefier laptops.
- 24-inch M1 iMac teardown finds… not that much inside, actually — remarkable.
- Snapdragon 7C Gen 2, Snapdragon Windows dev kit announced – Who wants a Snapdragon-powered Windows machine in a NUC-style form factor?