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Intel is hoarding old hardware in a secret warehouse on the coast of Costa Rica

ccording to a report in the Wall Street Journal, there are around 3,000 hardware and software products in a secret Intel warehouse in Costa Rica.

Apple AirTag is associated with car thefts

A statement from York's regional police said investigators had identified a new method used by thieves to find and steal expensive vehicles that took advantage of AirTag'

Google Cloud plans to expand infrastructure

Google has announced new cloud regions coming to Columbus, Ohio, and Dallas in Texas, USA, as well as new extensions around the world

New phones that got a beta version of Android 12

Xiaomi has been testing Android 12 on a number of its devices for some time. While the initial series consisted mostly of recent launches and flagship devices, more and more phones are being added to the list. The latest is the Redmi K30...

Tesla’s new cybertruck gets four engines and individually controllable wheels

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced a number of changes for the new Cybertruck compared to the prototype presented in 2019.

Cyberpunk 2077: A mere amount of money for new T-2077 wristwatch based on blockchain

For a mere 440 euros, buyers can purchase a simple, but bulky-looking retro wristwatch made of titanium with a digital display that includes a certificate

Geforce RTX 3060 Ti: Palit Color Pop in the style of a chameleon

November 29, 2021 at 3:41 pm by Benjamin Gründken - Palit has presented the Geforce RTX 3060 Ti Color Pop with an interesting color concept. Depending on the lighting conditions and the angle from which the graphics card is viewed, its color scheme should change. So...

Tesla sold out the children’s version of Cyberquad

Tesla's website states that "Cyberquad for children" is currently not available, and that it will be available again in a few weeks.

VIDEO: Nissan tests drive the Japanese moon rover

The focus of the project is on the implementation of Nissan's e-4ORCE technology on the JAXA lunar rover.

SpaceX before bankruptcy: Elon Musk warns that something must change now

The CEO of SpaceX did not say that bankruptcy is uncertain. But he said that it is not impossible and that it will happen if the current problems aren't solved.

Gelsinger provided new info for Alder Lake

Intel boss Pat Gelsinger is not at a loss for pithy words - he proves that at a technology conference.

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Penalties for Apple, Google and Amazon

The Italian competition authority fined Apple and Google 10 million euros each for failing to obtain user consent before using the data for commercial purposes, according to AGCM announcements. Companies have been accused of...

This is the first phone with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Motorola will announce two flagship phones in China in December. Phones with model numbers XT2175-2 and XT2201-2 have appeared in the database of TENAA

Researchers have developed a salt-sized camera

Researchers at Princeton University and the University of Washington have developed a recording system that is the size of a grain of salt

Microsoft is trying to prevent users from using Chrome

Windows 11 users who try to download Google Chrome via Microsoft's Edge browser are shown pop-ups that seem to dissuade them from their plans.

Twitter has introduced new rules

Twitter has announced new rules that will allow private individuals to apply for the removal of photos or videos featuring their character.

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Nvidia, HP and Zotac are hoping for a customs decree for US imports

Hardware manufacturers Nvidia, HP and Zotac, are demanding an exemption from the US government for punitive tariffs on imports of hardware from China.

Twitter has introduced new rules

Twitter has announced new rules that will allow private individuals to apply for the removal of photos or videos featuring their character.

Sony is now working on a Game Pass competition

Will Sony soon face serious competition from Microsoft's Game Pass? If industry expert Jason Schreier has its way, the answer to this question can only be yes!

New Geforce and Radeon GPU’s are out in January

Graphics cards are currently very expensive thanks to mining, component shortages and high demand. Accordingly, many PCs cannot be built completely.

Tesla sold out the children’s version of Cyberquad

Tesla's website states that "Cyberquad for children" is currently not available, and that it will be available again in a few weeks.

See where the slowest internet in the world is

Turkmenistan is ranked as the country with the slowest internet in the world, and users need almost a whole day to download the film,

The new limit for portal XP, adjusted rush playlist

The developers of Battlefield 2042 have increased the XP limit in portal mode. They also made adjustments to the Rush playlist and the XP allocation.

Tesla’s new cybertruck gets four engines and individually controllable wheels

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced a number of changes for the new Cybertruck compared to the prototype presented in 2019.

Will the new problem ruin Apple?

After Mark Kalivas committed suicide, Apple employees began to go public with information about the terrible working conditions within this company.

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Interactive Brokers has enabled US users to trade cryptocurrencies

Interactive Brokers, one of the most famous online trading platforms, has enabled its users to trade cryptocurrencies bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, and bitcoin cash.

Why have the Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies plummeted?

'We often encounter large corrections and high volatility, but that is part of the crypto sphere'

Bitcoin’s Value Increased by almost 12% !

Musk tweeted and the cryptocurrency prices rise again!

How did DubaiCoin record growth of over 1000 percent?

Is a cryptocurrency on the horizon that will take precedence?

“Cryptocurrencies will cause the next big crisis,” the expert says

The past two global financial crises have been caused by the widespread acceptance of new technologies and instruments that have not been studied well enough, so the matter could reportedly be repeated.