Xbox Series X specs revealed, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra camera verdict
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Xbox has revealed the specs on its upcoming series x console promising more graphics power and a solid state drive for faster loading.
In a blog post on Monday, Xbox head Phil Spencer also said the gaming console will be backward compatible with all previous generations of Xbox games.
The Series X is set to be released later this year.
Samsung's new Galaxy S20 Ultra is all about the camera, and now the reviews are in.
The S20 Ultra features a 108 megapixel main camera and 100 times AI assisted zoom.
As well as a larger sensor to capture more light.
The phone wins points for crisp bright shots though closeups and macro's left a bit to be desired.
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And finally, Catherine Johnson the NASA trial blazer made famous by the movies Hidden Figures has passed way at the age of 101, one of the first African American women to work on NASA, Johnson worked as a human computer for John Glance in 1962 over donation.
Speaking of hosing NASSR Administration Jim Brodenstein said her pioneering legacy will never be forgotten.
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