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Intel Plans to Use External Factories to Source Chip Subcomponents - TSMC Partnerships are Detailed

Intel released fresh information on its turnaround strategy for sourcing semiconductor subcomponents from outside manufacturers on Thursday, including new details on its relationship with competitor Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). Intel is one of the few semiconductor companies to develop and manufacture its own chips. After manufacturing mistakes, it lost its dominance in creating the quickest chips to TSMC, which concentrates on manufacturing designs from foreign businesses. Intel CEO Pat

In India, Lenovo has released the ThinkPad X1 Fold, which features a folding 2K display

On Tuesday, Lenovo introduced the ThinkPad X1 Fold, the company’s first premium laptop with a foldable display. The folding design of the ThinkPad X1 Fold is enabled by a multilink torque hinge. Lenovo has also included a Bluetooth Mini Fold Keyboard that fits within the fold and charges wirelessly when placed on top of the display. When opened, the ThinkPad X1 Fold may be used as a tablet. The tablet

User Screenshots Reveal the Clubhouse's Private Text Messaging Feature

Clubhouse appears to have momentarily pushed out a new Backchannel function that allows users to communicate via text texts. This text capability appears to be an addition to Clubhouse’s main functionality, which is recognised for its audio chat groups. This was discovered by a notice that people screenshotted, but it has not yet been made public. This comes at a time when the market for live audio rooms is becoming

The US Commerce Department has removed TikTok and WeChat from the list of prohibited transactions

The US Commerce Department announced on Monday that it was revoking a list of prohibited transactions with TikTok and WeChat that was released in September as part of the Trump administration’s effort to prevent fresh US downloads of the Chinese-owned applications. President Joe Biden rescinded a series of Trump-era executive orders earlier this month that attempted to prohibit new downloads of Tencent-owned WeChat and TikTok, and requested a Commerce Department

In a landmark EU court decision, YouTube prevails in a copyright dispute with users

After Europe’s highest court ruled that internet platforms are not responsible for users uploading unlawful works unless the platforms failed to take prompt steps to delete or prevent access to the content, Google’s YouTube won its latest copyright-infringement case. The lawsuit is the latest twist in a long-running dispute between Europe’s $1 trillion (approximately Rs. crores) creative sector and internet platforms, with the former demanding restitution for illegally posted

The Netflix 'Play Something' option has been discovered on the Android app

Netflix has been working on a new feature dubbed ‘Play Something,’ which was released for TVs last month, and it appears that the firm is now testing it for its Android app as well. The Play Something function allows you to watch a movie or a TV show without having to think about what to watch next since it plays something for you at random. Engadget was the first to

The Indian government reacts to WhatsApp, stating that it respects people's right to privacy while still being accountable for national security

WhatsApp recently filed a lawsuit against the Indian government over new IT regulations, and the government has now received a response from WhatsApp. The government’s reaction came in the form of a press release, in which the government stated that it has no intention of compromising the privacy of WhatsApp users, even when it requests WhatsApp to track out the message’s author. According to the Ministry of Electronics and Information

Among Us has 2 million active players and is available for free on the Epic Games Store

On Saturday, more than two million people were playing Among Us, a popular social deduction game (May 29). The increase in player count comes after Epic Games offered the game free until June 3 as part of their mega sale. The game was released in 2018 by InnerSloth, but it only achieved significant popularity last year during the coronavirus-induced epidemic. The popular game also has cross-platform multiplayer and is accessible

Google’s software is learning what humans look

With the rapid advancements in technology and the growth of machine learning, it has become obvious for us to expect a boom in the AI market in recent years.  It is oblivious that machine learning is soon going to be a part of our daily lives. Google’s Artificial Intelligence programs are making it easier to learn like a human.  Let us have a look at one of the Google’s Artificial learning company. Google’s

Surgery Training Application Touch Surgery cuts manage Johnson and Johnson

London based app creator Touch Surgery makes a progression of apps to help specialists prepare in front of muddled surgery prodedures, or to familiarize themselves with new surgical devices, gear and methods. The organization simply declared it has marked a “vital joint effort” with Johnson and Johnson therapeutic gadgets backup Ethicon. “As surgical trainees ourselves, my prime supporter Jean Nehme and I experienced a large portion of the issues influencing