Mid-range Exynos gets the latest tech

A Samsung Exynos processor.
  • Samsung has confirmed that the Exynos 1080 chip is coming soon.
  • The new chipset has the latest Cortex-A78 CPU and Mali-G78 GPU.

The Samsung Exynos 980 marked a major upgrade for the company’s mid-range silicon, delivering 5G for the first time in the segment while also offering a good level of CPU and GPU power.

The company recently revealed via Weibo that it’s working on the Exynos 1080, ostensibly coming as a successor of sorts to the Exynos 980. Now, Samsung Semiconductor has confirmed the new chipset to Android Authority.

Samsung also confirmed that the Exynos 1080 would be equipped with the latest Cortex-A78 CPU cores and Mali-G78 GPU. If the CPU arrangement is anything like the Exynos 980, we can expect two powerful Cortex-A78 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores for basic tasks.

It’s also believed that the new chipset could be built on a 5nm manufacturing process (down from 8nm), joining Apple’s A14 chip used in its iPhone 12 series. The next-generation of Android flagship SoCs are widely expected to use this process too, delivering a smaller design and greater efficiency.

The company told us that a full announcement is on the way, but it definitely looks like Samsung’s mid-range 5G phones could be set for another major upgrade in 2021. We previously saw the Exynos 980 in phones like the Galaxy A51 5G and A71 5G, so it stands to reason that the Exynos 1080 would appear in follow-up devices or similarly priced phones.

We’ll update the article as soon as Samsung announces the new processor. What would you like to see from Samsung’s future Exynos chipsets?


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The latest leak thickens the plot

At a virtual event on Tuesday, Oct. 13, Apple is expected to reveal the iPhone 12. We’ve heard a lot of rumors about the new phone’s specs, price and potential 5G features, as well as the new phone’s charging capabilities. We expect that the iPhone 12 will feature wireless charging, as every iPhone has integrated that since the iPhone 8. But on Friday, leaker Kang posted on Chinese social media site Weibo that Apple will also introduce a magnetic iPhone MagSafe charger, using the same branding as the magnetic charging cables found in its older MacBook laptops. 



a close up of electronics: The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. Andrew Hoyle/CNET


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a stereo sitting on a blue surface: The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. 


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The iPhone 12 is rumored to have wireless charging, and possibly reverse charging. 


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The leak shows a new magnetic iPhone case with MagSafe, and two official Apple wireless chargers called MagSafe Charger and MagSafe Duo Charger. One or both of these may have a 15-watt power output. 

The leaked information also shows that the iPhone 12 could have magnetic positioning, which would move the phones to the right position on the charging pad. 

Another area of speculation is whether the new iPhone will have reverse charging — when a phone that can be charged wirelessly can also act as the charging station and be used to charge another device wirelessly. Competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S20, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and the OnePlus 8 Pro have wireless and reverse wireless charging, so it’s possible that Apple would take the leap on this, at least on the iPhone 12 Pro models (rumor has it that there will be four different

South Jersey SEO President Carol Harkins Quoted In Latest Issue of South Jersey Biz Magazine Discussing Changing With The Times – Press Release

South Jersey SEO President Carol Harkins Quoted In Latest Issue of South Jersey Biz Magazine Discussing Changing With The Times

Haddonfield, NJSouth Jersey SEO by CyberGnarus, one of the leading SEO companies in the country, is proud to announce that their President Carol Harkins was recently quoted in an article discussing ‘Changing with the Times.’ The report, which appeared in South Jersey Biz Magazine, discusses how technology has helped many businesses to survive and even thrive during the pandemic. 

In the article, Carol, who is an expert in digital media services, talks about the ever-growing importance of good internet presence and visibility. Before the pandemic struck, the vast majority of businesses could survive with their face to face customers, and many may have mistakenly believed that the internet did not apply to their business or industry. However, when the pandemic struck, and there was no longer any face to face customers, those businesses who had online visibility flourished, while those without it struggled to survive.  

“If the pandemic has taught business owners anything, it is that they need to be prepared for any and every eventuality,” said Carol Harkins of South Jersey SEO by CyberGnarus. “Diversity is the key, and it is more important than ever to have an online presence regardless of industry. If you do not currently have a visible website, then use this pandemic as the motivation you need to get your online act together and ready to experience dramatic growth in the future.”  

South Jersey SEO provides its clients with Internet visibility, which is vital in today’s world. Their goal is to capture multiple spots on Page 1 of the Google Search Results so that their clients will be selected over their competition.

For more information about the company and the services they provide, visit their website at https://www.southjerseyseo.org

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Best Reference Management Software in 2020 – Latest Quadrant Ranking Released by 360Quadrants

CHICAGO, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Reference management software also called citation management software or bibliographic management software. It is designed especially for students and researchers to enable managing their project references. The software enables them to record and effectively utilize bibliographic citations. It also organizes the papers and sources used while working on long-term projects. With the use of this software, scholars can keep track of the sources searched for reference and the time when the source was found. This saves time consumed in organizing sources and enables scholars to complete their work effectively and in time.

360Quadrants selected and categorized a few vendors offering the best reference management software that enables customers in taking faster decisions. Quadrants are generated after a thorough analysis of vendors providing feature-packed products and uses significant business strategies to grow in the market. The quadrants are updated quarterly by analyzing the market and regional development of companies in the reference management software space.

360Quadrants undertakes a detailed SWOT analysis and thoroughly analyzes the vendors considered for evaluation. This evaluation helps solution providers in understanding market opportunities and growth areas where they can improve their business strategies. 360Quadrants helps customers in selecting the most suitable service provider for their requirements.

Reference Management Software Quadrant Categorization

360Quadrants has evaluated 25 software vendors that offer reference management software, of which, the top 10 were positioned on a quadrant under:

  • Visionary Leaders
  • Innovators
  • Dynamic Differentiators, and
  • Emerging Leaders

Mendeley, EasyBib, ReadCube Papers, and EndNote have been identified as visionary leaders in the reference management software space.

Cite This For Me (Formerly RefMe) and Reference Manager have been identified as innovators in the reference management software space.

JabRef, Citavi, and Paperpile have been identified as emerging companies in the reference management software space.

Zotero has been identified

10 Insights From Microsoft’s Latest IoT Signals Report

  • One in three enterprises is increasing their investments in IoT as a result of Covid-19.
  • 79% of enterprises adopting IoT see AI as either a core or a secondary component of their strategy.
  • 97% have security concerns when adopting IoT, with network-level security being most important (43%), followed by device track & management and endpoint security (both 38%).
  • Businesses adopting IoT believe they’ll see a 30% ROI on their IoT projects.

These and many other insights are from Microsoft’s IoT Signals Report, Edition 2, published on October 2nd. IoT Signals is published annually to provide Microsoft partners, customers and business leaders the insights and market intelligence they need to develop and launch IoT strategies.

This year, Microsoft commissioned the Hypothesis Group, an insights, design  and strategy agency to execute the IoT Signals Edition 2 research. More than 3,000 IoT decision-makers in enterprise organizations across the US, UK, Germany, France, China and Japan currently involved in IoT were interviewed. Please see page 4 for additional details on the methodology.

The top 10 key insights from Microsoft’s IoT Signals Report, Edition 2 include the following:

  • Enterprises’ IoT adoption surged in the last year from 85% to 91%. The survey found that 83% of adopters have at least one project that has achieved the use stage, which is 9% better than last year. Hypothesis Group and Microsoft found that IoT projects fall into four stages: learn, trial/POC, purchase and use. The study points out that more projects are in the purchase and use stages this year, with