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Why startups are choosing the cloud Cloud has revolutionized the way businesses operate, especially when it comes to startups. Go to Source Author:
Nvidia could combat GPU shortages by again turning to RTX 2060 – but with an upgrade Same chip, but much more video memory – if the rumor mill is right, of course. Go to Source Author:
Forget TPM chips for Windows 11, that’s not even the half of it Microsoft has created confusion about minimum hardware requirements for Windows 11, but there’s more to firmware security than TPMs. Go to Source Author:
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Intel’s most powerful Arc GPU could be coming to gaming laptops A leaked benchmark shows what looks like Intel’s beefiest Alchemist graphics card in a gaming laptop. Go to Source Author:
A new AMD mining GPU may have leaked online – here's why this one is different Specs for an industrial scale, Big Navi-powered cryptomining card have appeared online, indicating that cryptomining isn't going anywhere, much to gamers' despair. Go to Source Author:
The most popular AMD Ryzen CPUs are finally getting optimized Linux support AMD users will finally be able to extract streamlined performance from their Zen 3-based processors. Go to Source Author:
WhatsApp is about to make your messages more secure than ever WhatsApp is going to enhance its encryption options soon, allowing your encrypted messages to be stored in Google Drive or iCloud. Go to Source Author:
The UN has been hit by a major cyberattack Cybercriminals waltz into UN systems without any resistance thanks to stolen login credentials purchased from the dark web. Go to Source Author:
Internet Explorer zero-day may be even more dangerous than first thought Security researchers examine real-world exploits to gain insight into recent yet unpatched Internet Explorer vulnerability. Go to Source Author:
Mastercard wants to tackle crypto and blockchain fraud with CipherTrace deal Mastercard has acquired CipherTrace to provide additional transparency and support for the digital assets ecosystem. Go to Source Author:
Will MacBooks of the future come with heartrate monitors? A newly filed patent indicates that Apple is exploring putting a heartrate monitor in the palm rest of a MacBook. But...why? Go to Source Author:
Buying a used SSD or hard drive is becoming a bit of a minefield If you’re thinking of buying a used drive – or even a new one – it could be wise to exercise some caution. Go to Source Author:
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