Samsung is the first company to begin mass production of 3nm chips, which it says will bring big improvements in performance and efficiency. Motorola has a bunch of new phones scheduled to ship later this year, including budget, mid-range, and flagship (or nearly flagship) class products. And the developers behind the InfiniTime firmware for Pine64’s cheap, open source-friendly PineTime smartwatch have released version 1.10.0.

Samsung

Plus, the maker of the Notkia, (that Linux PC stuffed inside the shell of a Nokia 1680 cellphone), is looking for a new name for the project since Nokia’s not too happy about the similarities. Have a good idea for a name? You can participate in a new poll.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

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