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Last edit: 18. Jul. 2022, 23:53h

Sailfish OS: Sony Xperia 10 II & III speed tests

The new video shows what makes the Sony Xperia 10 III stand out and how fast it is. Both come with APK support and this is the start of the mini-series that will compare both smartphones. Enjoy the look!
   
Last edit: 26. May. 2022, 15:02h

Sailfish OS: Sony Xperia 10 III

At the moment, you are just too spoiled when it comes to smartphone hardware for open operating systems, because now the Sony Xperia 10 III is also available with official SailfishOS support. Official support means that you now also get the one-time paid variant with Alien Dalvik support (which means running Android/APK apps) as well as predictive text and Microsoft Exchange support from Jolla in addition to the free variant. Here, SFOS seems ...
   
Last edit: 23. Apr. 2022, 16:54h

Volla Phone 22: A multi-boot smartphone for free operating systems

This summer sees the release of a new, relatively well-equipped smartphone that is built on openness and intended for users who, for example, simply want to try out free operating systems and place a lot of value on privacy: The Volla Phone 22. This multi-boot capable smartphone (several operating systems can be swapped and installed on SD cards) offers among others the free Android based Volla OS, Ubuntu Touch and also SailfishOS as operating ...
   
Last edit: 11. May. 2021, 21:41h

A:M Rendering Benchmark with the AMD Ryzen 9 5900x

Today I’ve got my new Ryzen 9 5900x CPU along with a new motherboard (Asus Prime B550-Plus) and a BeQuiet! Dark Rock 4 and replaced the corresponding components in my previous build. (previous components: Asus Prime B350-Plus, Dark Rock 3, AMD Ryzen 7 1700) Rendering speed went up about 1.7 times in single-core rendering. For now, I can’t conclusively answer multi-core (about 1.5x, but that should increase significantly when A:M Netrender ...
   
Last edit: 09. May. 2021, 12:18h

A new CPU: My new Ryzen 9 5900x

Man was that a struggle. For a few months now since the new AMD Ryzen 5xxx series processors came out, the prices for these processors have been just ridiculously high. The 5900x, for example, came out in November 2020 and was supposed to cost $549 (MSRP) according to AMD. You can usually convert that roughly 1-to-1 into Euros to estimate the price in Germany. That sounds bad, but it is usually not as bad as you think at first, because these ...
   
Last edit: 17. Oct. 2020, 18:06h

Continuum Gaming: Replacing a Smartphone Motherboard

The latest special episode of Continuum Gaming could also be called "How to save a life", because here I show how, after a problem with the partition editing of my smartphone and an empty battery, I exchange the motherboard with another one from a smartphone of the same type where I produced a spider app years ago. As a result, the smartphone now works as before, if not better, because I have combined the best parts of both smartphones and ...
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