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  • Corsair Teases Gobs Of DDR5-6400 And Faster Memory Incoming For Intel Alder Lake

    It seems like just yesterday when Intel released its 11th generation Rocket Lake-S processors for the desktop market. Built using Intel's [extremely] mature 14nm process node, Rocket Lake-S is the last of its breed and will give way to all-new 12th generation Alder Lake architecture later this year. Alder Lake...
  • Reminders on rise as WhatsApp update deadline looms

    Users yet to accept new terms and conditions will begin to receive "persistent" reminders. Go to Source
  • Microsoft Surface Duo Fire Sale Slashes Price Of Quirky Android Foldable To Just $599

    When Microsoft launched the Surface Duo last year, priced from $1,399, we knew it would be a tough sell. Not only was it priced well above what we expect for flagship Android devices, but it also came with an outdated processor (Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, when flagships at the time rocked...
  • Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin over climate concerns, says Musk

    The initial decision made by Tesla in March to accept bitcoin caused an outcry from environmentalists. Go to Source
  • Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday Brings 55 Critical Security Fixes, Update Now

    Yesterday was Microsoft’s routine Patch Tuesday release, which tackled quite a few vulnerabilities, 55 to be exact. Though this may seem like a lot, it is actually the smallest update from the company since 2020, but it does take care of some big problems. This includes a rather worrisome wormable...
  • IBM demonstrates ‘120x speedup’ in target quantum application

    IBM has announced what it regards as breakthrough technology developments to improve how algorithms can run across classical and quantum computing platforms. Like other organisations developing quantum computer technology, IBM said it had mostly focused on the execution of quantum circuits, or sequences of quantum operations. These operations run on...
  • New normal of remote, hybrid working sees two-thirds of European businesses increase IT spend

    As the dust settles on the fallout from the Covid crisis and companies gear up for a new future in how they operate, research from Dynabook Europe has revealed that changing work patterns and locations have been a clear driver for growth in IT spend. The research, The hybrid shift...
  • Leaked MacBook Schematics Bring New Opportunities For Right To Repair Backers

    Right to repair arguments often fall on deaf ears, especially at companies like Apple that are tight-lipped and only allow certain people to [officially] repair its products. What if Apple's hands were forced, though, and nearly anyone could look at device's schematics? We may find out shortly as hackers have...
  • MSI NVIDIA CMP 30HX Card Debuts For Ethereum Mining Aficionados

    Graphics cards based on NVIDIA's CMP HX GPUs are finally starting to trickle into the marketplace. So far, we've seen entries from ASUS and Gigabyte. Now, MSI is looking to get in on the action with its CMP 30HX Miner XS. Based on previous leaks, the CMP 30HX Miner XS...
  • NHS app ready to become vaccine passport next week

    "We're keen to go further and faster now that the Secretary of State has confirmed that travellers will have access to their covid vaccination status by 17 May," a spokesperson added. "Globally there are now 20+ countries that are either easing testing or quarantine requirements for vaccinated passengers so the...

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