Apple kicked off its 33rd annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday. CBS News tech reporter Dan Patterson has the latest on the new features the company announced for its products.
- South China Morning Post
Tech war: China doubles down on domestic operating systems to cut reliance on Windows, MacOS from the US
China has created an open platform to accelerate the development of a home-grown desktop operating system, in its latest effort to shake off the country's reliance on foreign systems such as Microsoft Windows and Apple's MacOS. Kylinsoft, a subsidiary of state-owned China Electronics Corp, last week joined forces with more than 10 Chinese entities, including the National Industrial Information Security Development Research Centre, to set up an open-source code community. Named "openKylin", it al
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- Ukrayinska Pravda
ROMAN PETRENKO - FRIDAY, 1 JULY 2022, 13:34 The united24 fundraising platform, together with the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the Ministry of Digital Information, has announced the launch of the "Army of Drones" project.
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Bitcoin price started a fresh decline below $20,000, Ethereum’s ether retested $1,000, and DOGE is trimming gains from the key $0.075 resistance zone.
- USA TODAY
If you want Prime Day-level prices on top-tier tech, Samsung is offering a bevy of discounts on its line of TVs, tablets, smartphones and more.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Thursday authorized Elon Musk's SpaceX to use its Starlink satellite internet network with moving vehicles, green-lighting the company's plan to expand broadband offerings to commercial airlines, shipping vessels and trucks. Starlink, a fast-growing constellation of internet-beaming satellites in orbit, has long sought to grow its customer base from individual broadband users in rural, internet-poor locations to enterprise customers in the potentially lucrative automotive, shipping and airline sectors. "Authorizing a new class of terminals for SpaceX's satellite system will expand the range of broadband capabilities to meet the growing user demands that now require connectivity while on the move," the FCC said in its authorization published Thursday, echoing plans outlined in SpaceX's request for the approval early last year.
- Rolling Stone
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- Consumer Reports
CR's testers weigh in on the latest models from Amazon, Apple, and SamsungBy Thomas GermainPeople buy tablets for very different reasons.In our tablet ratings, you’ll find devices that cost less ...
Apple Inc wants you to start buying gas directly from your car dashboard as early as this fall, when the newest version of its CarPlay software rolls out, accelerating the company's push to turn your vehicle into a store for goods and services. A new feature quietly unveiled at Apple's developer conference this month will allow CarPlay users to tap an app to navigate to a pump and buy gas straight from a screen in the car, skipping the usual process of inserting or tapping a credit card. Details of Apple's demo for developers have not previously been reported.
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STORY: In a global first Samsung said it's begun mass production of the most advanced microchip yet, beating chipmaking frontrunner, Taiwan's TMSC, to the punch.For decades these chips, which can be used as mobile processors and in high-performance computing, have become faster and more power-efficient as their most basic building blocks - called transistors - get smaller, and the chips become more dense with parts.Currently, conventional chips use the 5-nanometer design.But Samsung said its newly-developed 3-nanometer process is almost twice as power-efficient, and is said to improve performance by more than 20%.Samsung is aiming to overtake TSMC as the world's top chipmaker by 2030.But for now the Taiwanese company - whose chips are used by Apple and Qualcomm - is far bigger, controlling about 54% of the global market.Samsung is a distant second with a 16.3% market share, according to data provider TrendForce.But Samsung is hoping to lure new customers with its new tech.The South Korean firm however did not name clients for its new made-to-order chips.Analysts say Samsung itself and Chinese companies are expected to be among the initial customers.But amid persistent global chip shortages, companies from automakers to appliance makers will be rushing to secure capacity.The next round in the chips race might just see TSMC pull ahead.The company is planning a 2-nanometre volume production in 2025.
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