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Cardano is preparing for the upcoming Vasil hard fork but not as expected. Regardless this might be a buy low, sell high opportunity for investors.
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Russians are searching for pirated Microsoft products and switching to Linux as the Western corporate exodus hits software updates and services: report
Russia is reliant on foreign software used in power manufacturing and engineering systems, so the cessation of updates and services is a big deal.
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Bitcoin price managed to stay above the $20,550 support, Ethereum’s ether recovered above $1,200, and APE broke a major hurdle to start a fresh rally.
The new tech is part of an effort to speed crowds through airport security this summer.
This summer, Sony is launching a new line of console and PC gaming called Inzone. Here are some initial impressions of the new H3 and H9 headsets and the new 27inch M9 monitor.
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The FCC’s Brendan Carr wants Apple and Google to pull the app from their stores. That’s not the government’s job. | Editorial
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The Apple Watch Series 7 features built-in GPS and fitness tracking, and is a whopping $70 off online
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When’s the best time to buy a new TV? If you guessed huge deals events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you’re right. But there’s a third less-ballyhooed prime TV-buying season, and it’s right now. New TVs are usually released in spring, and that makes the prior models they are replacing prime targets for big-time […]
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The iPhone at 15: How Apple's iconic smartphone changed the world forever and how it's evolved since 2007
Apple's first iPhone set the stage for the modern smartphone. Here's how the iPhone has evolved, from the original model to the iPhone 13 Pro.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel accused the Iranian-backed Lebanese militia Hezbollah on Wednesday of conducting a cyber operation designed to disrupt a U.N. peacekeeping mission on the border between the countries, and threatened harsh Israeli retaliation against enemy hackers. The allegation - to which there was no immediate response from Hezbollah or Tehran - came as Israeli-Iranian tensions soar. In what he termed a first public disclosure of the incident, Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz said "Iranian security institutions in cooperation with Hezbollah (recently) launched a cyber operation with the aim of stealing materials about UNIFIL activities and deployment in the area, for Hezbollah's use".
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STORY: In a global first Samsung said it's begun mass production of the most advanced microchip yet, beating chipmaking frontrunner, Taiwan's TMSC, to the punch.For decades these chips, which can be used as mobile processors and in high-performance computing, have become faster and more power-efficient as their most basic building blocks - called transistors - get smaller, and the chips become more dense with parts.Currently, conventional chips use the 5-nanometer design.But Samsung said its newly-developed 3-nanometer process is almost twice as power-efficient, and is said to improve performance by more than 20%.Samsung is aiming to overtake TSMC as the world's top chipmaker by 2030.But for now the Taiwanese company - whose chips are used by Apple and Qualcomm - is far bigger, controlling about 54% of the global market.Samsung is a distant second with a 16.3% market share, according to data provider TrendForce.But Samsung is hoping to lure new customers with its new tech.The South Korean firm however did not name clients for its new made-to-order chips.Analysts say Samsung itself and Chinese companies are expected to be among the initial customers.But amid persistent global chip shortages, companies from automakers to appliance makers will be rushing to secure capacity.The next round in the chips race might just see TSMC pull ahead.The company is planning a 2-nanometre volume production in 2025.
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First and foremost, Amazon is the nation’s #1 online retailer. But despite all the awesome third-party products on the site, some of the best Amazon finds in 2022 are Amazon’s own devices. Amazon has built a truly astonishing hub where you can find anything and everything. What’s more, Amazon and its partners often manage to … The post 5 must-have Amazon finds you’ve probably never even heard of appeared first on BGR.
Yes, the PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation brand is made and run by Sony. But now, Sony's introducing a new gaming accessory brand called Inzone. And the initial lineup launches today and looks pretty strong with two monitors and three gaming headsets.
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Apple Inc wants you to start buying gas directly from your car dashboard as early as this fall, when the newest version of its CarPlay software rolls out, accelerating the company's push to turn your vehicle into a store for goods and services. A new feature quietly unveiled at Apple's developer conference this month will allow CarPlay users to tap an app to navigate to a pump and buy gas straight from a screen in the car, skipping the usual process of inserting or tapping a credit card. Details of Apple's demo for developers have not previously been reported.
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Yahoo Finance’s Dan Howley joins the Live show to discuss the FCC urging Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores amid growing worries of U.S. user data being accessed by China.
Siemens has signed a partnership agreement with chip designer Nvidia Corp to create an industrial metaverse - an enhanced virtual reality for companies to reduce the costs of running their factories, buildings and speed up new product design. The deal is a cornerstone of Siemens Xcelerator, a new open digital platform also launched by the German technology and engineering company on Wednesday. The cloud-based platform, which will feature hardware, software and digital services, is part of Siemens' ambition to grow its digital business by 10% per year from the 5.6 billion euros ($5.89 billion) generated in 2021.