2022 is the year of Android on the Window’s desktop
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Windows 11 will get Android Apps next month

Microsoft is planning to launch a public preview of its Android apps for Windows 11 next month.

AI works out a way to create more AI
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What could go possibly wrong?

Ontario’s University of Guelph boffins, who have clearly never read a sci-fi book in their lives, have emerged from their smoke-filled labs claiming to have come close to building an AI which can build more AI.

Best Korea downed by DDoS attack
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Better not to have wasted money on nukes

The Glorious Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was disconnected from the Internet in a vile move from decadent Imperialist forces to prevent its children obtaining the online education they deserve.

Apple releases new “improvements” to OS
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We can’t call them bug fixes because Apple is not saying what they are

Apple released several new operating system updates to the public: iOS 15.3, iPadOS 15.3, macOS Monterey 12.2, watchOS 8.4, tvOS 15.3, and HomePod Software 15.3 but while we know that they are bug fixes and security updates, Jobs’ Mob is only giving vague details. 

Intel beats EU
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26 January 2022

Intel beats EU


Threw out billion euro antitrust fine

Chipmaker Intel scored a decisive legal victory Wednesday in a long-running battle against European Union competition watchdogs after a court reversed itself and threw out a billion euro antitrust fine issued more than a decade ago.

Apple CEO Tim Cook allegedly stalked by an armed woman
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She claims he is the mother of her children

Apple boss Tim Cook appears to be being stalked by an armed woman who claims he is the father of her children.

Nvidia’s DSR gets AI
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26 January 2022

Nvidia’s DSR gets AI


Old feature gets make-over

Nvidia has a new trick for its GeForce RTX graphics cards by using AI to improve an old feature.

IBM’s cunning turnaround plan appears to be working
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Better results

Biggish Blue’s cunning plan to turn itself around appears to be getting some good results.

Quantum computers a long way from hacking SHA-256 algorithm
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Would need to be a million times larger

Quantum computers would need to become around one million times larger than they are today in order to break the SHA-256 algorithm that secures bitcoin.

Global semiconductor shortage will improve in June
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Prices rising for now

The US government has decided that a global semiconductor shortage will persist until at least the second half of this year.