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Samsung OLED TV takes the top position: the picture quality in particular is awesome

As far as image quality is concerned, the 65-inch Samsung GQ65S95B Nothing to be desired: We measured a maximum brightness of 1042 cd/m² in dynamic mode and 1020 cd/m² in the preset filmmaker mode. The checkerboard contrast of 236:1 is also impressive. 99.9 percent of the DCI-P3 color space is covered so that HDR images are displayed in a highly dynamic manner.

The superordinate BT.2020 color space is covered by almost 84 percent. Moving objects are shown with sharp edges and without double contours. As far as the display of HDR content is concerned, the 65-inch TV is limited to the in-house HDR10+ format – a pity, because Dolby Vision would also come into its own here.

With an extremely low delay time of ten milliseconds, gamers will also get their money’s worth. A small drawback arises due to the triangular arrangement of the subpixels: With very hard contrasts, color fringes appear on horizontal edges.

The integrated 2.2.2 speaker system, each with two basses, ensures good Dolby Atmos sound that can go well beyond room volume. An S/PDIF output and the third HDMI socket with an extended audio return channel (eARC) are available for external sound systems.

In terms of equipment, the GQ65S95B has almost everything you would expect from a television in this class: Two triple tuners ensure TV reception via cable (DVB-C), satellite (DVB-S2) and antenna (DVB-T2). The Tizen operating system provides you with apps and popular streaming services. Network connections are wired via LAN or wireless via WLAN.

The four HDMI interfaces come with 2.1 specifications such as 4K transmission at 120 Hertz, variable frame rate (VRR) and automatic game mode (ALLM). We rate the consumption of the 65-inch television as “very good”: We measured a power consumption of 128 watts for images with standard dynamic range and around 165 watts for highly dynamic HDR videos.

Our conclusion at the time of testing:

“Samsung’s GQ65S95B has the new OLED panel with quantum dot technology. We like it for its excellent picture quality. The 65-inch 4K television is very bright, shows intense colors and the moving image display is almost flawless. In addition, the Powerful sound over a wide level, clear and free of distortion. The equipment could be more elegant.”

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Make sure you pay attention when buying: This is what the symbols on SD cards mean

Another type of lettering is speed class. There are maps here C and u as a symbol. There is a number in the letter that indicates the minimum writing speed. The same goes for the U, but here you need to multiply the number by ten:

  • C10 then stands for ten MB/s
  • u1 also stands for ten MB/s

Usually both symbols are given together, but is C obsolete and will become complete over time u superseded.

The last category of speed label is UHS or. Ultra high speed. It indicates the maximum writing speed and is given with Roman numerals and is divided up as follows:

  • UHS-I: 104MB/s
  • UHS– II: 312MB/s
  • UHS– III: 624 MB/s, which roughly matches the transfer speed of modern SSD hard drives.

Last but not least, there is the premier class EX. This achieves a transmission speed of up to one terabyte per second thanks to the support of the PCIe bus.

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Everything is new at Schufa: 250,000 people affected benefit from a new rule

At the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the responsible attorney general in two Schufa cases from Germany was very critical of the practice in mid-March: The discharge of residual debt should enable those affected to participate in economic life again – but this is thwarted by the long storage . The judgment of the ECJ judges could also turn out differently. However, they often agree with the Advocate General’s assessment.

Against this background, the Federal Court of Justice (BGH) temporarily suspended the proceedings in a model case from Schleswig-Holstein that had been heard in Karlsruhe in February.

A man who had gone through insolvency proceedings for his private assets after a failed self-employment and wanted the Schufa to delete this information about him had complained. He can therefore not take out a loan, rent a new apartment and not even open a bank account.

A whole series of similar proceedings are pending at the BGH, as the presiding judge Stephan Seiters said at the announcement. The fundamental concerns of the ECJ Advocate General had encouraged his Senate that it made more sense to first wait for the Luxembourg decision before making a judgment of one’s own.

Immediately afterwards, the Schufa drew the consequences: “We will delete all entries for a residual debt exemption that have been stored for more than six months as of the key date March 28, 2023, as well as all associated debts after six months retrospectively to this date,” means it in a message. “This deletion takes place automatically, consumers do not have to worry about it.” The technical implementation will take about four weeks.

At the hearing in February, the Schufa explained that the shortened storage period meant that “highly relevant information for a comprehensive assessment of the creditworthiness of people” was no longer available. The company has now announced that there are “no fundamental effects on the way the score is calculated and the quality of the procedure”. “Nevertheless, the individual payment default risk for the requesting company increases, since the creditworthiness of a customer cannot be fully assessed.” The “individual personal risk of renewed over-indebtedness” is also increasing.

According to the latest figures from the Federal Statistical Office, around 78,600 consumer insolvency proceedings were opened in 2021. The credit agency Crif counted more than 96,200 private insolvencies in 2022. According to Crif, it is not necessarily about very large sums: the majority of those affected have debts of just under 10,000 euros, the average amount is currently less than 18,000 euros.

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WWDC 2023: Apple announces the date of the developer conference

Now it’s official: Apple is hosting WWDC 2023 from June 5th to 9th in Cupertino/California. It is actually a developer conference during which app and software programmers can expand their knowledge in numerous sessions. However, Apple also uses the start of each WWDC to give an outlook on the next generations of operating systems.

The best iPhones


iPhone 13 Pro


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iPhone 14 Pro Max


iPhone 13 mini


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iPhone 12 Pro Max


iPhone 14Plus


iPhone 12 Pro


Complete list: The best iPhones

WWDC 2023: New versions of iOS, macOS, iPadOS and watchOS

It is therefore almost certain that the first betas of the operating systems for iPhone, Mac, iPad and Apple Watch will also be presented this year. To be more precise, it’s about iOS 17, macOS 14, iPadOS 17 and watchOS 10. In the coming weeks, the rumor mill should be bubbling up when it comes to possible new functions. As a rule, Apple does not reveal anything in advance, but keeps all new products until June 5, 2023.

WWDC 2023: COMPUTER BILD reports live

When the gates to WWDC 2023 open in California, COMPUTER BILD will also be there for you. Until then, we will keep you up to date on all the rumors – and on June 5, 2023 we will inform you immediately about all the new products. So: mark the date in your calendar – and don’t plan anything after 6 p.m.

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