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Read on to find out. Like the new MacBook Air , it launches on November 7. Every Mac Mini now comes with 4 cores, as well as new 6 core variants. Apple claims that "together these advancements help to reduce the carbon footprint of the new Mac mini by almost 50%".
  • Google drops out of bidding for $10 billion Pentagon data deal

    Google drops out of bidding for $10 billion Pentagon data deal

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    Some Google employees reportedly quit over the company's work on Project Maven , a drone initiative for the U.S. government that could weaponize their AI research . "They've also been very specific as to how everyone should be securing their assets, including government entities", he said. When the JEDI proposal was initially released in draft form, technology trade groups were concerned that only Amazon Web Services could meet these requirements, because of its work providing ...
  • New Google phone to test Apple

    New Google phone to test Apple

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    Google Pixel Slate will be available in select markets at a starting price of $599 (Rs 44,000 approximately). The name of the smartphones is Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL . The Pixel 3 looks to have a smarter camera that will be able to quickly recognise what is in front of it - a useful technology for things like business card scanning and identifying products.
  • RUMOR: Sources Reporting that Microsoft May Be Buying Obsidian Entertainment

    RUMOR: Sources Reporting that Microsoft May Be Buying Obsidian Entertainment

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    According to Kotaku , three people that have been " briefed on the negotiations " have said that Microsoft is now finalizing the deal between the two companies. If Obsidian is to join the likes of Ninja Theory, Compulsion Games, 343 industries, Mojang, The Coalition and The Initiative - Microsoft will have a very strong lineup to take on Sony and Nintendo.
  • Google to shut down Google

    Google to shut down Google

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    Google neglected to report the breach to the public, allegedly out of fear that the company would face regulations and damage to its reputation, according to sources and documents obtained by the Wall Street Journal . In announcing the closure, Google acknowledged that Google + failed to gain significant traction with consumers. CEO Sundar Pichai was reportedly informed of the decision to not tell users after it had already been made by an internal committee.
  • Google+ to shut down after breach involving 500,000 users

    Google+ to shut down after breach involving 500,000 users

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    According to the Journal , Google's legal team said in a memo that news of the breach would result in " immediate regulatory interest ". Upon discovering the bug , Google patched it, but opted not to disclose it to the public out of fear of regulatory pressure and unfavorable comparisons to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal .
  • Intel claims Core i9 9900K is the

    Intel claims Core i9 9900K is the "best gaming processor"

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    Leading the new group of products is the Intel Core i9-9900K and yes, it will indeed come with that multi-sided translucent packaging . Hyperthreading allows for two threads to run off of a single core, allowing for up to a 20% boost in performance depending on the workload, and now, the feature is exclusive to the Core i9 .
  • Microsoft pauses Windows 10 version 1809 rollout

    Microsoft pauses Windows 10 version 1809 rollout

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    In the Windows 10 October 2018 update , Microsoft also added the ability to do more work at the edge, including machine learning, event processing, and image recognition, the post said . A twitter user named Kevin Quintero suggested that this issue happens to those who saved their documents in the local storage instead of OneDrive.
  • Google+ to be killed after bug exposed up to 500,000 accounts

    Google+ to be killed after bug exposed up to 500,000 accounts

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    Interestingly, the company released a statement on its personal blog page that it's terminating Google + services, moments after a Wall Street Journal report exposed the breach, which reportedly is set to have affected over 500,000 users on Google +.
  • Chinese spies reportedly used microchips to infiltrate Apple and Amazon

    Chinese spies reportedly used microchips to infiltrate Apple and Amazon

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    A story by Bloomberg Businessweek reports that the United States is in the midst of a secret three-year investigation of the scheme, which it says was uncovered by none other than Amazon. "Each time, we have conducted rigorous internal investigations based on their inquiries and each time we have found absolutely no evidence to support any of them".
  • Google Pixel 3 preorders will start immediately after launch event

    Google Pixel 3 preorders will start immediately after launch event

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    Tune in on 10/9 to see for yourself". According to a new leak , the so-called " Pixel 3 Mini" is a genuine product that will launch around the same time as its larger Pixel 3 siblings. Google will be launching the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL on the 9th of October at New York City. What is the Google Pixel 3 release date? The images of these smartphones you see today come from Android Headlines where they've been shared in white , black , and Sand (aka Pink).
  • The latest news on Surface

    The latest news on Surface

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    As for the new Surface Laptop 2 , there isn't a ton of things to get excited about. Per The Verge , Microsoft has added Intel's 8th generation processor and a new matte black finish to the Surface Pro 6 . In addition to the Windows 10 October 2018 update being launched, Microsoft also refreshed the majority of its Surface lineup today. There's also a possibility to see a new Surface Studio at Microsoft's event on October 2nd.
  • Google started quietly logging you into Chrome with latest update, reports say

    Google started quietly logging you into Chrome with latest update, reports say

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    This update automatically signs users in if you use any other Google services. Google's latest Chrome release has set off major privacy alarm bells. Logging in to Chrome associates people's browsing histories with their Google accounts. Google changed its privacy policy over the weekend to reflect the fact that synchronization is only enabled if you explicitly choose it.
  • Google and T-Mobile team up with USA emergency services

    Google and T-Mobile team up with USA emergency services

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    Support is also available in the US Virgin Islands, through a partnership with emergency technology company West and regional wireless provider Viya. The service aims to enhance network operators, emergency infrastructure providers and governments provide accurate location information to the first responder during an emergency, Google stated .