SK Hynix makes a killing
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Expects supply chain issues to improve

South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix said it expects supply chain issues to gradually improve from the second half of the year and demand for memory chips to grow, after booking a four-fold on-year increase in fourth-quarter operating profit.

US government wades into Apple in Fortnite case
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Appeal a ruling that lets Jobs Mob do what it likes

Attorneys general for 34 US states and the District of Columbia have appealed against a ruling that let the fruity cargo continue some restrictive practices in its App store.

Website based malware targets Macs
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Impossible to detect

Eset Researchers have uncovered advanced, never-before-seen macOS malware that was installed using exploits that were almost impossible for most users to detect or stop once the users landed on a malicious website.

Apple kills off Dropbox or OneDrive access
Published in Cloud

MacOS 12.3 beta breaks access to rival clouds

Mac users might have some difficulty using Dropbox or Microsoft OneDrive to sync files on a Mac.

Texas wants to make itself a citadel for bitcoin
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Because citadels historically work well in Texas

Texas governor candidate Don Huffines said he is "committed to making Texas the citadel for bitcoin and has released a plan detailing the effort.

Apple’s triumph over supply-chain shortage is a disaster
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Wall Street warns it is not good news

The Tame Apple Press has been praising Apple’s cleverness in overcoming the global chips supply-chain shortage, when it should be really concerned about the cost of Job's Mob's success.

Intel a long way from recovery
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Results have Wall Street wondering

Intel recorded some rather good results on Wednesday, but the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street were less than impressed.

Microsoft says that there is plenty of growth in its cloud
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Record profits

Software King of the World Microsoft reassured investors that its cloud business was growing after it reported less-than-stellar growth in its cloud business.

Samsung aiming for dominance with 5G
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Memory chips rebounded

Samsung aims to win a bigger share of the smartphone market this year with more 5G-capable models and pointed to a price rebound for its flagship memory chips as early as the first half.

Microsoft thinks that PCs are back
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Will come back and stay for good this time

Software King of the World, Microsoft thinks that the growth in PC sales is durable, despite belief that post-pandemic it will continue to slide into oblivion.