$53M series A to disrupt the data center
Nuvia is a relatively new name in the datacenter field, and the startup just got $53 million series A funding to re-imagine silicon design for the datacenter market. $53 million series A funding is a great deal for a startup, but the story gets an edge since it involves three key names in the tech industry.
Open up Apple Pay
Moves in Germany to force Jobs' Mob to open up its Apple Pay mobile payments system to rivals have put the fear of God into the fruity cargo cult.
Apple has finally realised that making its products a bit thicker makes them work better.
Updated: Largest Retina screen, new keyboard, and new hardware
As expected and rumored earlier, Apple has now officially unveiled its new 16-inch Macbook Pro, coming with the largest Retina screen so far, new keyboard and Force Touch trackpad, Touch Bar, Touch ID, and all new hardware, including up to 8-core CPU, new Radeon Pro 5000M series GPUs, up to 64GB of RAM, and up to 8TB of storage.
Pro version of the Radeon 5500M with 24 CUs
According to a leak, it appears that Apple has gone for AMD's RDNA architecture GPU with its rumored 16-inch Macbook Pro, which will get Radeon Pro 5500M graphics.
Just does not use them
The US Justice Department antitrust chief said that existent US antitrust laws were “flexible enough” to address the harm caused by technology companies, in the face of growing criticism that such laws cannot tackle tech monopolies.
Watchdogs launch an investigation
The fruity cargo cult Apple has been accused of discriminating against women with its much-hyped Apple Card.
Gates claims he was distracted
Software King of the World Sir William Gates III has suggested that Windows could have been the world’s dominant mobile operating system had it not been for the antitrust case the US Justice Department brought against Microsoft.
Looks the same, lasts long and costs only $185
Xiaomi, which competes with Apple for the top position in the wearable market, today made the competition a little more interesting. The Chinese electronics giant has launched its first smartwatch called the Mi Watch that looks strikingly similar to the Apple Watch in its home market.