Ryzen 5 HP Envy cleans Intel Core i7 Spectre clock
Published in PC Hardware


Cheaper and better

The Ryzen 5 4600U-powered Envy costs hundreds of dollars less than the Core i7-1065G7 Spectre but runs longer and faster while being just as thin and light, according to a comparison run by Notebook Check.

Apple slammed by advertisers
Published in News
Friday, 03 July 2020 11:22

Apple slammed by advertisers


It looks like Apple is doing something good for once

A group of European digital advertising associations slammed Apple plans to require apps to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites.

Zuckerberg shrugs off advertising boycott
Published in News


They will be back

As the ads boycott grows over Mark Zuckerberg's refusal to stop hate posts from polticians the man shows no sign of backing down

Boeing stops making Jumbos
Published in Transportation
Friday, 03 July 2020 10:56

Boeing stops making Jumbos


747-8 will be the last

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which claims that after 50 years Boeing is giving up on its iconic jumbo jet.

JPMorgan Chase removes "racist" technical terms
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Master and slave not what we thought

JPMorgan Chase is eliminating terms like "blacklist," "master" and "slave" from its internal technology materials and code as it seeks to address racism within the company.

New Mac ransomware is super smug
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Friday, 03 July 2020 10:41

New Mac ransomware is super smug


Users just can’t believe it is happening to them

While the writers of ransomware tend to leave Apple Macs alone due to the fact they have no need to threaten someone’s Coldplay collection, a new example has just appeared and appears to be gaining some traction.

34 percent of Germans want hydrogen vehicles
Published in Transportation


Because hydrogen worked so well in a vehicle the last time the Germans tried it

A study shows that 72 percent  of Germans would opt for a vehicle with alternative propulsion if the price was not higher than that of a conventional combustion engine.

Nick Clegg defends Facebook as advertisers boycott social network
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Defending Facebook can’t be harder than defending austerity

The former UK Liberal Democrat leader Sir Nick Clegg (right), who has now become a PR person for Facebook, is putting his best foot forward to defend Facebook now that it is suffering from an advertising boycott.

Apple’s data tracking was not as good as thought
Published in Cloud


Turns out Jobs’ Mob could not predict the future

Apple’s new data tracking human mobility trends service has turned out disappointing as it could not predict the future as believed.

Huawei and ZTE "national security threats" to the United States
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Officially declared

The United States  has formally declared telecom giants Huawei and ZTE "national security threats".