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  1. Windows 11 Gets Privacy Shutter, Arm64 Support for Camera App in Latest Preview Build

    Microsoft has released a preview build of Windows 11. In the new update, the company is adding privacy shutter control and native Arm64 support to the Camera app. The Microsoft Store app is also getting some improvements and bug fixes.
  2. Philips Momentum 3000 Gaming Monitors With 165Hz Refresh Rate Launched in India

    Philips Momentum 3000 series gaming monitors launched in India on August 17. They sport a full-HD IPS display with a 165Hz refresh rate and a 1 millisecond response time.
  3. Neuromorphic NeuRRAM Chip for AI Developed, Performs Computations in Memory Without Network Connectivity: Details

    A NeuRRAM chip, or a neuromorphic chip, has been created by scientists in order to run AI applications by performing computations directly in memory. The chip does not require a network connection to the cloud to do so and consumes a small amount of energy. The newly discovered chip may allow for AI usage across a range of edge devices.
  4. Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP-W Review: A Souped-Up Portable Gaming Monitor for iPad Air Price

    Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP-W review: the 15.6-inch portable gaming monitor has the bells and whistles — fantastic colours, a 144Hz panel, and Nvidia G-Sync support — but its crazy price, meh speakers, and poor ergonomics (with or without the included ROG Tripod) make it a product nearly impossible to recommend. Asus ROG Strix XG16AHP-W price in India is Rs. 48,999.
  5. Apple Releases iOS 15.6.1, iPadOS 15.6.1, macOS Monterey 12.5.1, Fixes 2 Security Vulnerabilities: Details

    iOS 15.6.1, iPadOS 15.6.1, and macOS Monterey 12.5.1 have been released by Apple to fix a pair of security vulnerabilities. One of the issues caused an app to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges. The company said that this may have been actively exploited. The company recently also released the iOS 16 beta 5.
  6. Government to Set Up Expert Groups for Exploring Adoption of Common Chargers for Mobiles, Electronic Devices

    The government will set up expert groups to explore the adoption of common chargers for mobile and all portable electronic devices and submit a detailed report in two months, said Consumer Affairs Secretary Rohit Kumar Singh after the meeting with industry stakeholders. India can initially think of exploring shifting to two types of chargers, including a C-Type port.
  7. US Chipmakers Worry About Slow Growth of Cloud and Data Centres

    The US industry is worried about the slow growth of cloud and data centres, which served as a pillar during the COVID era as consumers signed up for cloud-based entertainment and companies retooled their offices. While Alphabet's Google Cloud dropped over 8 percent points, Microsoft's Azure dropped 6 percent points, and Amazon's AWS dropped over 3 percent points compa...
  8. Government to Meet Stakeholders to Discuss Usage of Common Charger for Mobile Phones, Electronic Devices

    The government will be holding a meeting with industry stakeholders on Wednesday to explore the option of adopting a common charger for mobile phones and other portable electronic devices. The meeting will be attended by manufacturers of portable electronic devices, including laptops and mobiles.
  9. WhatsApp Windows Native App Launched; Beta Available for Mac Users: All Details

    WhatsApp’s new native app for desktop is now available for Windows users. The company claims the native app will increase reliability and speed. The native app for Mac users is currently under development, and can be accessed early by joining the beta programme. Mac users can alternatively use the web-based app.
  10. Apple Suppliers to Reportedly Produce MacBook, Watch in Vietnam For the First Time

    Apple suppliers are in talks to produce Apple Watch and MacBook in Vietnam for the first time, Nikkei Asia reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter. Apple's Chinese suppliers Luxshare Precision Industry and iPhone assembler Foxconn have started test production of Apple Watch and MacBook in Northern Vietnam, the report added. ​
  11. AMD Ryzen 7000 Series CPUs, AM5 Motherboards to Launch on August 30

    AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7000 series CPU generation introduces an all-new AM5 platform with DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5.0 support.
  12. Windows 10, Chrome to Allow Easy Switching of Default Browsers: Report

    With Windows 10 2H22 update and latest Chrome Dev version, users can set Google Chrome as the default browser with just one click. Microsoft has also released the Windows 10 21H2 build for Windows Insiders.
  13. Dell XPS 13 9315 With 12th Gen Intel Evo Processor Launched in India: Price, Specifications

    The Dell XPS 13 9315 has been launched in India on August 16. It is powered by 12th Gen Intel Evo processors. The laptop is equipped with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB of PCIe NVMe x2 SSD storage, according to the company.
  14. Google Meet Gets Improved Background Effects, Cloud Processing Support on Web

    Google Meet will now have improved quality and performance for background effects as well as their cloud processing support on eligible machines. Google says that the improvements will save battery and reduce up to 30 percent load on the CPU.
  15. Samsung Odyssey Ark 55-Inch Curved Monitor With Up to 165Hz Refresh Rate Launched

    Samsung has launched Odyssey Ark 55-inch curved monitor in select global markets. The new gaming monitor comes with an Ark Dial controller and offers a refresh rate of up to 165Hz.
  16. Apple Prohibits Caste-Based Discrimination With Update in Employee Conduct Policy

    Apple emerges as an early leader in policies to rid Silicon Valley of caste-based discrimination. Apple updated its general employee conduct policy about two years ago to explicitly prohibit discrimination on the basis of caste. Inclusion of caste as a category goes beyond the US discrimination laws, which do not explicitly ban casteism. Several companies do not speci...
  17. Zoom Fixes Security Flaws in Mac That Could Have Allowed Hackers to Take Control of Victim's Machine

    Zoom has fixed three vulnerabilities that could have allowed hackers to take total control of a victim’s machine. The issues were shared at the DefCon security conference in Las Vegas last week.
  18. Apple Sets September 5 Deadline for Employees to Return to Office

    Apple has set a September 5 deadline for corporate employees to return to office at least three days a week, a report said. The company informed its employees about the new plan on Monday. Apple will require employees to work from the office on Tuesdays, Thursdays and a regular third day, which will be determined by individual teams, the report said.
  19. US Tightens Export Controls on Advanced Chips, Engine Technology Critical to National Security

    The US has announced new export controls on technologies including additional equipment, software, and technology used to produce semiconductors and gas turbine engines. Devices that utilise these materials have significantly increased military potential, according to the US Commerce Department
  20. Lenovo Legion VR700 Headset Specifications Teased Ahead of August 18 Launch

    Lenovo Legion VR700 VR headset specifications will include a Qualcomm XR2 processor, 4K RealRGB display, and 6DoF interaction system, Lenovo has teased via a post on Weibo. The headset will launch in China on August 18.
  21. Huawei’s First Half Profit Drops Amid US Technology Restrictions, Curbs

    Huawei has reported its first-half net profit to have more than halved as a difficult economy curtailed demand from customers. To add, the US has also issued technology restrictions on the Chinese company. Huawei’s revenue dropped 5.9 percent year-on-year during the period, with a sharper decline during January-March.
  22. Samsung Boss Lee Jae-Yong Receives Presidential Pardon in Bribery, Embezzlement Cases

    Samsung boss Lee Jae-Yong received a presidential pardon in the cases which convicted him of corruption on economic grounds. The billionaire is given a chance to "contribute to overcoming the economic crisis" of the country. Lee will now be allowed to fully return to work as his five-year post-prison employment restriction has been lifted.
  23. Australian Supercomputer Creates Image of Supernova Remnant Using Radio Telescope Data

    Setonix, a newly commissioned supercomputer in Australia, has processed a series of radio telescope observations, including a highly detailed image of a supernova remnant. Operated by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Perth, ASKAP (Australian Square Kilometre Array) radio telescope consists of 36 dish antennas that work togeth...
  24. China Claims US CHIPS And Science Act Will Disrupt International Trade, Distort Global Semiconductor Supply Chains

    China has opposed the US CHIPS and Science Act, calling the $52 billion (roughly Rs. 4,11,300 crore) measure a threat to trade and an attack on Chinese business. The country criticised the newly passed act on Wednesday, saying parts of the law “restrict companies’ normal investment and economic and trade activities in China”.
  25. Spider-Man Remastered PC Review: A Tad Overpriced, but Worth the Wait

    Spider-Man Remastered PC review: while a bit overpriced, Insomniac Games’ first PC outing is quite forgiving on both visual and performance ends, allowing for striking visuals and godlike lighting that are well-optimised to even run on budget build systems. Spider-Man Remastered release date is August 12 on Steam and Epic Games Store.
  26. Toshiba to Boost Sales With Clean Energy, Infrastructure, Data Services; Reports Rise in Quarterly Profits

    Toshiba reported a JPY 25.9 billion (roughly Rs. 1,540 crore) profit in the April-June quarter, up from JPY 18 billion (roughly Rs. 1,070 crore) a year ago, the company said on Wednesday. The Japanese firm is currently working on revamping its brand image and reassuring investors about its management, even as it is considering taking the company private.
  27. Microsoft OneDrive Turns 15, Gets Redesigned Landing Page With New Functions

    Microsoft is marking the 15th anniversary of OneDrive with a new landing page and new options. The new OneDrive Home will feature a Recent view option for locating documents and will have an Activity column showing the most recent edits and comments on the shared documents.
  28. Government Exploring Adoption of Common Charger for Devices, Meeting on August 17, Says Ministry Official

    Government is exploring the feasibility of adopting a common charger for a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets, a senior consumer affairs ministry official said on Tuesday. To discuss the possibility with the industry, the government has called a meeting with stakeholders on August 17.
  29. Lenovo Reports Slowest Revenue Growth in Eight Quarters With 0.2 Percent Raise

    Lenovo has reported flat revenue for the April to June quarter, with its most subdued result in eight quarters. The company’s total revenue during the period was $16.96 billion (roughly Rs. 1,34,800 crore), up 0.2 percent from the same quarter a year ago. However, Lenovo has made big strides in expanding into other higher-margin businesses. The non-PC business now...
  30. Micron Plans to Invest $40 Billion on US Chip Production as the Country Passes CHIPS and Science Act

    Micron has announced its plan to invest $40 billion (roughly Rs. 3,18,000 crore) on domestic chip production in the US by the end of the decade. The company also hailed the signing of the CHIPS and Science Act, calling the legislation an important step towards American semiconductor leadership. The White House also hailed the Micron announcement.
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