The new MediaTek processor sets records before its launch!

The new MediaTek processor sets records before its launch!

Internet sites circulated information indicating that the new MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor set record numbers on the AnTuTu platform, which specializes in evaluating electronics.

Screenshots circulated on the sites of pre-release test results for the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 processor showed that the processor scored more than two million points across the aforementioned platform, surpassing the Dimensity 9200 processor by 41%, and by 35% the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

According to available information, the new MediaTek processor has four Cortex-X4 cores and four Cortex-A720 cores, and its main cores operate at a frequency of 3.25 GHz, while the remaining cores operate at a frequency of up to 2.85 GHz.

According to the sites, the device in which the new processor was tested received the “Android-14” system, and was equipped with 16 GB of random access memory and 512 GB of internal memory.

Musk makes an offer of "one billion dollars" to Wikipedia in exchange for changing its name for at least a year

Elon Musk offered to donate $1 billion to Wikipedia if the online encyclopedia renames itself, for at least a year, with a name he suggested, accusing it of bias.
In a post on his social media platform

I will give them a billion dollars if they change their name to Dickipedia
The billionaire compared Wikipedia's approach to that of the new Community Notes feature he introduced on X, arguing that there is a "fundamental difference."

He stated that the mechanism allows users to add clarifications to posts that many people find controversial, but requires consensus by “people with historically different viewpoints.”

“More importantly, even I, as the controlling shareholder of the company, cannot change the outcome of the feedback,” Musk added.

Have you ever wondered why the Wikimedia Foundation wants so much money?

It certainly isn't needed to operate Wikipedia. You can literally fit a copy of the entire text on your phone!

Musk's offer to donate $1 billion in exchange for the encyclopedia changing its name to Dickipedia, came in response to a fundraising letter from Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia.

Musk claimed that the Wikimedia Foundation, the charitable organization that hosts Wikipedia's servers, does not need significant funds to continue operating the service.

Musk's Wikipedia posts quickly achieved widespread interaction. This is not the first time that a debate has raged between Musk and Wells over content moderation policies. Last May, one of Wikipedia's founders criticized Malik X for allegedly caving in to Turkish pressure to censor speech on his platform in the run-up to the country's general elections. "What Wikipedia did: We stood strong for our principles and fought in front of the Supreme Court in "Turkey and we won. This is what it means to treat freedom of expression as a principle and not a slogan."

While Wikipedia promotes itself as a neutral source of knowledge, critics accuse it of backing away from this basic principle. Co-founder Larry Sanger condemned the encyclopedia in August as a place where elites and US intelligence agencies wage an “information war” on the public.
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