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Apple buys part of Intel modem business for $1 billion

As expected , Apple and Intel announced the signing of an agreement whereby Apple will acquire "most of Intel's business connected with modems for smartphones." It is reported that according to the results of the transaction, Apple will receive the rights to intellectual property, equipment and assets. Also, about 2,200 Intel employees will…
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Google’s Upcoming Social Networking App : Shoelace

Google+, which closed in April, may have been the most popular attempt though with little success to create a social network competing with Facebook . However, it was not the first. Technically, it was the fourth - following in the footsteps of other systems like Google Buzz, Google Friend Connect and Orkut that took on a lot of importance…
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Fuchsia OS website for developers launched

Fuchsia OS from Google for many years is a topic for discussion and conjectures. Some consider it a “killer” of Android and Chrome OS, while others say that its meant for Internet of Things devices. However, until recently, this was more of an abstraction, although the project on GitHub has been available since 2016. But last Friday, the…
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Microsoft Excel Vulnerability Could Affect 120 Million Users

Security flaw allows hackers to take user's system and launch malware remotely Researchers have discovered a security flaw in the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editor , which has the potential to affect a total of up to 120 million users. The discoverers are part of the Mimecast team and have encountered a vulnerability in the Power Query tool…
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Intel will sell its patents related to 5G at auction

As you know, Intel has abandoned the development of 5G cellular modems due to the fact that Apple has established relations with Qualcomm. It was rumored that Apple could buy the appropriate Intel assets, as the company was developing its own modem. Now, however, it is reported that Intel will put up its patents related to 5G for auction.…
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US ban on Huawei backfires at US tech companies

Huawei remains in the limelight after being blacklisted in the United States. However, this time the reasons are opposite. Usually, the impacts that these measures will have on the Chinese company are mentioned, but this time the highlight is the impact on the various American companies that are being affected by the ban. Some of Huawei's…
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AMD to roll out 64-core Threadripper processor in 2019

AMD is working on a processor with specifications that include 64 cores and 128 threads. The new Threadripper processor is scheduled for release in late 2019. AMD's most powerful processor so far is the W2990X, which features 32 cores. According to the latest information, the company plans to release this year a version that doubles the…
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Three to launch the UK’s fastest 5G network in August

Following successful trials with customers in London, Three UK has today announced it will launch 5G in August with a 5G home broadband service in London. 5G mobile and home broadband in 25 towns and cities across the UK by the end of 2019 Taking advantage of the UK’s biggest 5G spectrum holding 5G service powered by world first…
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