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EU rules to force USB-C chargers for all phones

Manufacturers will be forced to create a universal charging solution for phones and small electronic devices, under a new rule proposed by the European Commission (EC). The aim is to reduce waste by encouraging consumers to re-use existing chargers when ...

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Tesla gets flak from US agency for ‘basic safety issues’ on Autopilot, FSD

US National Transportation Safety Board head isn’t happy about Tesla beta-testing autopilot upgrades on public streets. She pointed out that despite the name, the current FSD package on Tesla vehicles only allow limited autonomy in certain situations. Tesla’s autopilot system ...

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Google finishes laying a giant undersea internet cable stretching 3,900 miles from New York to the UK and Spain

Google finished laying its Grace Hopper subsea internet cable in the UK on Tuesday. The 3,900-mile Grace Hopper cable starts in New York and has landing points in the UK and Spain. The cable is due to ferry up to 350 terabytes of data per second when ...

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IBM Careers India: IBM Announces Jobs, Check Position, Salary, Eligibility, How to Apply

IBM is hiring an entry-level on-campus candidate who has completed their degree in BE, MTech, MSc, MCA in CS/ IT/ Mathematics or other Semi IT field. The International Business Machine (IBM) Corp, announced that it is looking to hire fresh graduates for ...

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Alphabet’s Project Taara Provides Internet Access Using Beams of Light

Sub-Saharan Africa can have high-speed internet access without needing to lay any cables. There are many areas of the world where high-speed internet access isn’t viable yet, at least through the well-established method of laying cables. Google’s parent company Alphabet ...

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Wikipedia blames pro-China infiltration for bans

Wikipedia has suffered an “infiltration” that sought to advance the aims of China, the US non-profit organisation that owns the volunteer-edited encyclopaedia has said. The Wikimedia Foundation told BBC News the infiltration had threatened the “very foundations of Wikipedia”. The ...

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iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max Price in India, US, UK, China, Canada, Dubai, Singapore

iPhone 13 pre-order will begin at 5.30pm in India today. iPhone 13 series was launched earlier this month. The range includes iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. All the phones are set to ...

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iPhone 13 storage options leaked ahead of Apple event; iPhone 13 Pro Max may feature 1TB memory

The iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max could be the first iPhone models to come with 1TB storage Apple iPhone 13 launch date is confirmed for September 14. At the California Streaming Apple event, the company is likely to ...

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Amazon expands education perk for workers to cover full college tuition

The online retail giant says it will invest $1.2 billion in education and skills training by 2025. Amazon on Thursday said it is expanding the education benefits it offers to US employees. The online retail giant said it will invest $1.2 ...

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IBM Embeds Artificial Intelligence Processor Into Mainframe Chips

IBM Z mainframe gets AI acceleration At this year’s Hot Chips 33 presentation, IBM, one of the pioneers of a plethora of technologies we are using today, has presented its works on the IBM Telum processor powering the next generation of the ...

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VW’s ID Life concept teases a truly affordable electric car

Coming in 2025 at around €20,000 One of Volkswagen’s latest concept cars teases what will eventually be the most affordable entry in its lineup of ID-branded electric vehicles. Revealed at the IAA Mobility conference in Munich, Germany over the weekend, ...

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Apple delays rollout of CSAM detection system and child safety features

Last month, Apple announced a handful of new child safety features that proved to be controversial, including CSAM detection for iCloud Photos. Now, Apple has said they will “take additional time” to refine the features before launching to the public. In a ...

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Tokyo 2020: Toyota restarts driverless vehicles after accident

Toyota is resuming operations of its autonomous vehicles at the Paralympic Games village in Tokyo following an accident. Services of the e-Palette pods were halted after a vehicle hit a visually impaired athlete last week. The athlete was not seriously ...

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Phones, Laptops To Cost More: World’s Largest Chip Maker TSMC Hikes Prices By 20 Percent

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is expected to raise prices of its advanced chips by 10 percent and less advanced products by 20 percent.  In case you were wondering if you’d be safe from this price hike, TSMC is responsible for ...

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