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World’s largest chip foundry TSMC sets 2050 deadline to go carbon neutral

World’s third-largest chipmaker emits more carbon than many countries.

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Big tech companies snap up smaller rivals at record pace

"Pac-Man" buying spree comes as US regulators look to clamp down on some...

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Leaked Surface Pro 8 specs include Thunderbolt ports and a 120Hz screen

Microsoft's next Surface devices will be officially unveiled on Septembe...

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Roku OS 10.5 announced alongside new Streaming Stick 4K

Roku is focused on improving the search and audio experience for users.

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Fire weather is getting worse in the American West

Climate change is driving more days that are hot, dry, and windy

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Google is getting caught in the antitrust net

One case in Turkey cuts to the heart of the search giant’s power.

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The iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max are available to order today

Ship dates for some configurations are already slipping to late October,...

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Apple and Google cave to Putin’s censors, block Navalny app as election begins

Navalny app designed to boost opposition candidates deemed "illegal in R...

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Dell XPS 15 9510 review: A gorgeous, well-balanced workstation laptop

Limited ports and a midrange GPU don't detract much from an excellent la...

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Apple sunsets the 256GB iPhone SE

The change makes the iPhone SE compete less directly with the iPhone 13 ...

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Office 2021 will be available for non-Microsoft 365 subscribers on October 5

New release won't get new features like the subscription versions of Off...

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Cherry-picking data was routine practice at Theranos, former lab worker says

Theranos’ Edison device failed at least 25 percent of the time, court he...

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The iPhone 13 is thicker and heavier than the iPhone 12

Plus, more new details revealed by Apple's website.

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Nintendo Switch finally supports Bluetooth audio—but beware the lag

Firmware 13...

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Xiaomi shows off smart glasses with an all-green, microLED, waveguide display

Xiaomi calls this a "concept," but it seems like a working product.

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iOS 15 brings new FaceTime and AI features on September 20

iOS and iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8 are coming September 20.

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Apple makes the iPhone 13 official

The new iPhones are here.

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The Apple Watch gets a visual makeover with the Series 7

The display is bigger with smaller bezels, and some software updates are...

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The redesigned $499 iPad mini finally catches up with the times

New design borrows heavily from recent iPad Air, iPad Pro tablets.

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Apple refreshes the entry-level $329 iPad with faster chips

New model has True Tone support, an A13 chip, and an upgraded front camera.

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Apple fixes iMessage zero-day exploited by Pegasus spyware

Zero-click flaw has been exploited by NSO since at least February 2021.

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Apple fixes security vulnerabilities in new versions of iOS, macOS, and watchOS

There are no new features in any of these releases—just security updates.

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Liveblog: All the news from Apple’s “California Streaming” event

Tune in at 1 pm EDT on September 14, 2021 to learn about the new iPhone.

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Ireland fails to enforce EU law against Big Tech

Irish regulator has not resolved 98% of 164 significant data protection ...

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Salesforce to pay Texas employees’ relocation costs in wake of abortion ban law

"We stand with all of our women at Salesforce and everywhere."

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Major win for Epic Games: Apple has 90 days to open up app store payments

Permanent injunction caps Epic Games' year-long legal offensive against ...

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Infosec researchers say Apple’s bug-bounty program needs work

Apple allegedly pays less for bugs than its competitors do—and pays more...

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What to expect from Apple’s September 14 “California Streaming” event

We're expecting a bunch of new products—just maybe not any new Macs (yet).

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Lenovo clones the iPad Pro with the $610 P12 Pro

It has Android 11 and an SoC that would be at home in a 2020 flagship sm...

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Windows Movie Maker Redux? Microsoft acquires web-based video editor Clipchamp

Windows hasn't offered a good beginner-friendly video editor in years.

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