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Urian B., Tech Times 12 May 2021, 01:05 am (Photo : Screenshot From Commons.Wikipedia.org) Linux Kernel ‘Linux 5.13’ Will Support Apple M1 System-on-Chip | Now Available for Public Testing The Apple M1 chip has recently started to gain much traction and is now fully recognized as another possible processor to choose for high-end performance. It seems like the recognition now stems past Apple as the latest version of the popular Linux kernel known as the Linux 5.13 would introduce support for Apple’s M1! Apple M1 on Linux Apple made headlines for deciding to step away from their long-time chip supplier,…

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All major PC makers such as Asus, HP, Dell, Lenovo and Razer are launching their new powerful laptops with Intel’s new H-series processors. Intel on Tuesday announced its next-gen laptop processors, 11th gen Intel Core H-series, aimed at gamers, creative content makers, and enthusiasts. Built on the 10-nanometre SuperFin process, the H-series chips offer a 12 per cent improvement, as well as 19 per cent improved multi-threaded performance over its 10th generation Comet Lake predecessors. Intel said as many as 80 new devices with the H-series processors will be available later this year. In fact, several PC makers including Asus,…

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(Photo : (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)) The Apple logo sits on a sign outside company’s Covent Garden store on September 29, 2016 in London, England. Technology company Apple has announced that Battersea Power Station, a Grade II listed building and former coal-fired power station, is to be its new London headquarters by 2021. The building, which has been unoccupied for decades, is currently undergoing a £9 billion restoration. As Epic is trying to tarnish the halo of Apple’s App Store in a legal battle, the latter is separately highlighting its security. The Cupertino-based company said in a press release…

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Urian B., Tech Times 12 May 2021, 12:05 am (Photo : Screenshot From Pexels Official Website) Teen’s Death Leads Snapchat to Suspend Anonymous Q&A Apps LMK and Yolo Both LMK and Yolo, two very popular Snapchat apps, are known for allowing users to easily send anonymous messages. However, they are no longer available on the social media platform after Snap, the app’s parent company, just suspended them following a crucial incident. Snapchat Suspends LMK and Yolo The suspension reportedly comes in response to a lawsuit that was filed on Monday on behalf of a certain Kristen Bride, the mother of a…

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Urian B., Tech Times 11 May 2021, 11:05 pm (Photo : Screenshot From Commons.Wikipedia.org) Tesla Bull Explains How to Handle Volatility with $TSLA For those new to trading and investing and are thinking about investing in Tesla, one of their early investors who is oftentimes very vocal about his investment strategies posted a thread explaining how to deal with volatility. Volatility can be very scary especially for first-time traders when big changes happen.  What is Market Volatility For those that aren’t really familiar with what volatility means, it is basically the drastic shift in prices. Let’s say the price is…

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Nvidia fans have a lot of waiting during the previous months, and this time, the RTX 3050 line-up has arrived. The chipmaker said that the GPUs will be released in the summer for an affordable starting price of $799. The entry-level processors, RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti will be boasting a powerful ray tracing capability as well as the performance-boosting Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) technology. Their names suggest that they will be cheaper than their predecessor, RTX 3060. Having said that, they will also feature a less memory space of 4GB, as well as a lesser number of…

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On May 7, WhatsApp said it will not delete any accounts that did not accept its updated terms of privacy policy by May 15. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is looking into WhatsApp’s announcement that it would over time limit users’ access to their chat lists, incoming voice or video calls if they do not accept the new terms of the privacy policy, according to government officials. A decision on the issue is likely to be made soon, one of the officials said. On May 7, WhatsApp said it will not delete any accounts that did not…

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The ransomware gang that hacked the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) published sensitive data of more than two dozen officers on Tuesday, May 11. The former vowed to expose all info if the demand is not met.  A ransomware group, Babuk, first claimed the cyberattack to D.C. police on April 27. It started with mere screenshots of the leak.  A day after, Babuk published data marked as “confidential” and personal data of the police in a 100-page file on the dark web. The hackers, if not paid, vowed to release more sensitive data. (Photo : Sean Gallup/Getty Images)BERLIN, GERMANY…

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Urian B., Tech Times 11 May 2021, 09:05 pm (Photo : Screenshot From PlayStation Official Website) New PS5 Restock Alert Requires People to Become Paying Members to Get One Getting a PS5 restock is extremely hard, and now, with paying membership required, things could get a bit more difficult. One might agree that the PS5 available stock is something that a lot of gamers are watching out for despite the console launching back in November of 2020. Buyers vs Scalpers The first big problem that gamers are now experiencing is that they have to fight against scalpers that reportedly use…

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Matter may be a scientific term, but for the tech industry, it is the coalition of big techs among Amazon, Apple, and Google that aims to bring smart home solutions and products to the market. The collaboration among the three companies is aiming to bring their collective products by this year, but there is still a lot to consider with its coming launch. (Photo : Zigbee Alliance) While the three companies are known to be rivals in almost anything, and even outside smart home solutions, they have come together for the said project with hopes to debut one of the…

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