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Apple doubles down on chip strategy with new premium-priced MacBooks

Oct 18 2021

(Reuters) -Apple Inc on Monday announced two new MacBook Pro models that run on more powerful in-house chips, furthering its break from previous supplier Intel Corp and showing its strategy for setting its machines apart from the rest of the PC industry. | Video

Chip tech firm Arm plans to slash development time for connected devices

Oct 18 2021

SAN FRANCISCO Arm Ltd, the British chip technology firm in the midst of a $54 billion takeover by Nvidia Corp, on Monday announced tools aimed at cutting the development time of so-called "internet of things" connected devices by some 40%.

Apple expected to unveil new Macs with more powerful chips

Oct 18 2021

Oct 18 Analysts expect Apple Inc to unveil new Mac laptop computers with more powerful processor chips at an event that will be streamed later Monday.

U.S. Army pushes back date on Microsoft goggles, affirms commitment to deal

Oct 14 2021

The United States Army on Thursday said it was pushing back the date when it plans to field augmented reality glasses from Microsoft Corp, but that it remains "fully committed" to the contract with the tech firm worth up to $21.9 billion.

Dell targets market for 5G networks built on open-source hardware

Oct 13 2021

(Reuters) -Dell Technologies Chief Michael Dell said on Wednesday he sees an opportunity to play a key role in the global rollout of 5G networks with new technology that makes specialized equipment unnecessary.

Dell to release software to help telcos manage 5G networks

Oct 13 2021

Oct 13 Dell Technologies Inc on Wednesday said it will release software designed to help telecommunications carriers manage the computers in their networks, deepening its push to become a major player in 5G technology.

Ex-Intel executives' startup aims to tackle spiraling costs of AI

Oct 13 2021

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Apple likely to cut iPhone 13 production due to chip crunch -Bloomberg News

Oct 13 2021

(Reuters) -Apple Inc is likely to slash production of its iPhone 13 by as many as 10 million units due to the global chip shortage, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter. | Video

Apple asks judge to pause Epic Games antitrust orders as it appeals ruling

Oct 08 2021

Apple Inc on Friday asked a U.S. federal judge to put on hold orders that could require it to change some of its App Store practices and said that it is also appealing the ruling in an antitrust case brought by "Fortnite" creator Epic Games, according to court filings.

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