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Vivo, which has gained an important place in the market with its mid and upper segment smartphones, continues its production to continue this rise. The company has been continuing its ambitious course with its Y and V series phones recently. Finally, Vivo Y22s took its place among the introduced ones.

Vivo Y22s is powered by Snapdragon 680 chipset
Smartphone maker Vivo introduced another model that can be classified as a relatively mid-upper segment. The company introduced its new model in Vietnam. On the other hand, the device processor seat is equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 680 chipset.

Vivo Y22s was introduced with a 6.55-inch LCD panel that produces 720 x 1612 pixel HD+ resolution on the front. The panel has a 90Hz refresh rate, up to 530 nits brightness, and a 70 percent NTSC color gamut. In addition, on the front, a small notch design stands out. This centered notch houses an 8-megapixel front camera.

The new Vivo model is equipped with 128 GB of internal storage and 8 GB of RAM. In addition, there is a microSD slot for internal memory. There are two camera slots on the back of the device. These slots are equipped with a 50-megapixel primary snapper with f/1.8 aperture and a 2-megapixel macro camera.

Vivo Y22s will come out of the box with FunTouchOS 12 based on Android 12. While the device is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, this battery will have 18W charging support. The model, which was released in navy blue, yellow and green options, was offered for sale for $ 256.

NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service GeForce Now wants to consolidate its position as the most important player in this field with the innovations it is working on. The platform, which has been operating in our country since last year, brings innovations for Chrome users.

GeForce Now boosted to 1440p and 120fps in Chrome
NVIDIA’s service called GeForce Now is reaching a significant number of users, making it possible to play modern games even on older hardware. The company pressed the button to make the platform even more perfect. GeForce Now is getting a massive upgrade to 1440p and 120fps in Chrome.

The new Nvidia upgrade has certain conditions for it. Members of the service’s RTX 3080 tier, which launched last year, can access new browser gaming options today by opting for 1440p in the web version of the service. Previously, the web version was limited to 1080p at 60fps. With the new upgrade, it has been increased up to 1440p resolution with 120 fps on computers and Macs. On the other hand, Nvidia provides its service in Turkey via Game+. On the other hand, the games added to GeForce NOW Powered by GAME+ this week are as follows;

Tyrant’s Blessing (New Release on Steam and Epic Games Store)
Farthest Frontier (New Version on Steam)
Arcade Paradise (August 11 on Steam and the Epic Games Store)
Cult of the Lamb (August 11 on Steam)
Rumbleverse (August 11 on the Epic Games Store)
Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus (August 11 on the Epic Games Store)
Infinite Lagrange (Steam)

There are different membership packages for GeForce NOW Powered by GAME+, the version in Turkey. The service, which also has a standard free package, also has hourly and weekly rates. On the other hand, it has three different main packages. These Premium packages include priority access, unlimited play (renew every 6 hours) and RTX active options.

Nobel Prize-winning scientist Prof. Dr. Aziz Sancar has made an important discovery for the treatment of brain cancer. Sancar found this discovery by chance while searching for an answer to a question he wondered about the DNA Repair System that won him the Nobel. Here are the details!

EdU molecule could be used to treat brain cancer
Aziz Sancar, one of Turkey’s leading scientists, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2015 for his mapping studies on how cells repair damaged DNA and preserve genetic information. According to an article by Orhan Bursalı from Cumhuriyet, Sancar and his team made a new discovery for brain cancer. According to the news, Sancar and his team discovered that the EdU molecule used in the experiments could be used in the treatment of brain cancer. However, it was stated that the findings of the study were also published in the journal ‘PNAS’ of the American Academy of Sciences.

The scientist also stated that he made his discovery as a result of coincidence, and this result will make many people happy. “This is a very surprising discovery, a great coincidence. While doing another experiment, something very different happened that shocked us all of a sudden.”

Also, according to the news, Sancar told a little about his discovery. According to his narrative, the Human Nucleotide Excision Repair System, which won Sancar an award, removes and repairs 26 nucleotide sections in DNA when damaged. The famous scientist also stated that they proved this in the test tube, but they wondered if it also happened for the human cell.

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