Intel Core i5-10400 gaming performance matches Core i7-9700F

The Intel 10 generation Comet Lake S CPUs are expected to arrive by May 20th. But a China-based review channel was very keen on releasing Core i5-10400 CPU benchmarks. Based on what's seen, the 10th gen CPU looks promising compared to its previous generation's Core i7 offerings. The post Intel Core i5-10400 gaming performance matches Core i7-9700F appeared first on
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Edtech’s newest unicorn, ApplyBoard, lands $1.4B valuation with fresh funding

Brothers Martin, Meti and Massi Basiri all left Iran to study abroad in Canada. After struggling with every aspect from the visa process to grade conversions, the brothers saw an opportunity to make the transition to study internationally more seamless. So, they started Applyboard in 2015 at University of Waterloo’s Velocity Garage. ApplyBoard has two main parts of its business. First, the company helps international students search and apply from a single platform to universities and co...
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California jobless claims top 4 million with funds running dry

Unemployment claims in California have jumped past the 4 million mark in seven weeks, a grim coronavirus-linked surge that has left the state government fund set up to finance the payment of jobless benefits “very close” to depletion, Gov. Gavin Newsom disclosed Monday. The state’s Employment Development Department since March 15 has processed about 4.1 million claims for unemployment insurance, according to an estimate from the governor. Yet at the same time, unemployed workers continue to comp...
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A 'white-hat' hacker found old Tesla computers for sale on eBay that still had owners' data like addresses, wi-fi passwords and Netflix 'cookies' (TSLA)

A white-hat hacker discovered that Tesla isn't wiping data when it replaces old hardware in customers' vehicles, InsideEVs reported Sunday. After purchasing the used hardware on eBay, the hacker was able to access previous owners' physical and email addresses, phone contacts and call history, and even Netflix session "cookies," according to InsideEVs. Some units had been smashed, suggesting Tesla technicians had unsuccessfully attempted to clear the data by physically damaging them, InsideEV r...
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Apple's T2 Security Chip Has Created a Nightmare for MacBook Refurbishers

As predicted, the proprietary locking system Apple rolled out with its 2018 MacBook Pros is hurting independent repair stores, refurbishers, and electronics recyclers. A combination of secure software locks, diagnostic requirements, and Apple's new T2 security chip are making it hard to breathe new life into old MacBook Pros that have been recycled but could be easily repaired and used for years were it not for these locks. From a report: It's a problem that highlights Apple's combative attitude...
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Apple's new MacBook Pro fixes its biggest drawback — but it falls behind Windows rivals in one important way (AAPL)

The biggest update to come with Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro is its Magic Keyboard, which replaces the controversial butterfly keyboard that's been prone to issues in recent years. But the base model of the new laptop comes with the same Intel 8th-generation processors as its predecessor, while several Windows competitors run on 10th-generation processors. That means if you want to get the increased performance that comes with Intel's newer processors, you'll have to opt for the pricier $1,...
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Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs to use LGA 1700

The  12th generation Intel Alder Lake CPUs will use the new LGA 1700 socket, sources pointed out. Looks like the lifespan of LGA 1200 sockets is limited, unlike the previous mainstream sockets. These are expected to arrive by 1H 2022.  The post Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs to use LGA 1700 appeared first on
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WeWork is rolling out more job cuts as the coronavirus deals the coworking giant its latest setback. Here's the latest on what's going on inside the company.

WeWork pulled its IPO in 2019 after mulling a massive valuation cut to drum up investor interest, and cofounder Adam Neumann was ousted as CEO and chairman. WeWork has been slashing jobs and selling or shuttering businesses.  New CEO real-estate veteran Sandeep Mathrani started in February, replacing Artie Minson and Sebastian Gunningham, who served as co-CEOs since Neumann was ousted. In April, investor SoftBank backed out of its plan to buy $3 billion worth of WeWork shares, including nearly...
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I enjoyed the characters of this quest RuneScape

I enjoyed the characters of this quest RuneScape Submitted by MMOruki on May 4, 2020 - 6:10pm. I enjoyed the characters of this quest, and buy RuneScape gold might instantly recall a few of the figures the minute I read the patchnote even though its a decade because I did the quest. It failed miserably if naming them all Ali had been an effort in making them faceless or all the same. I celebrated it like the troll and knight names, and they had been shocked, when I told.Most of the ...
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Amazon VP who called the company 'chicken----' for firing warehouse workers says there was no particular agenda behind his post: 'I'm a blogger' (AMZN)

Tim Bray, a longtime software developer and Amazon executive, wrote a blog post last week slamming the company's firing of workers who criticized the company's safety policies. Bray said he resigned from the company because of the company's treatment of workers. Bray later told Business Insider that he doesn't have any particular agenda behind his moves, saying he's simply "a blogger." Do you work at Amazon? Contact this reporter via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 415 926 2066) or email (e...
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As States Move to Reopen, 2 Projections Show Deaths Rising

A University of Washington forecast frequently cited by the White House projected a death toll of more than double what it was predicting last month, citing the "easing of social distancing measures" in many states. From a report: As President Trump presses for states to reopen their economies, his administration is privately projecting a steady rise in the number of coronavirus cases and deaths over the next several weeks. The daily death toll will reach about 3,000 on June 1, according to an i...
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Apple to Reopen 21 Retail Stores in Australia This Week

Apple will reopen 21 of its 22 retail locations in Australia on Thursday, May 7, according to Apple's dedicated websites for each of the stores. All of the stores that are reopening will operate on limited hours for the time being. Apple's sole Australian store that will remain closed is the Apple Sydney store. As noted by 9to5Mac, this store closed in January for major renovations, and it is possible that the global health crisis caused a construction delay. All of Apple's retail stores in ...
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IXACT Contact’s full-service updates make building relationships a breeze

IXACT Contact CRM has been an industry staple for years. It's now faster to get up and running, and social-savvy agents can automate popular content sharing.
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Formlabs gets FDA emergency use authorization for a 3D-printed ventilator conversion part

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has awarded Formlabs an emergency use authorization (EUA) for a 3D-printed part designed to convert BiPAP machines designed for sleep apnea into much-needed ventilators. The offering was one of dozens of ventilators and accessories granted such authorization over the weekend. The company plans to devote 150 3D printers at its Somerville, Mass. plant to producing the part, which it says it will then distribute to hospitals and local governments throughout...
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WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann accuses SoftBank of abusing its power in new lawsuit

WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann accused SoftBank Group of abusing its power in a new lawsuit filed Monday that alleges breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty for pulling a $3 billion tender offer for WeWork shares. The lawsuit, filed in Delaware Court of Chancery, included a motion to consolidate his case with a lawsuit filed last month by a Special Committee of WeWork’s board. Both lawsuits focus on SoftBank Group and its Vision Fund’s decision to back out of a deal to buy shares of ...
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Google Pixel Buds 2 review: New design, better sound

Google's second-generation Pixel Buds put sound quality on center stage and add a modest increase in price.
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SEC loosens crowdfunding regs so small businesses can raise alternative financing in pandemic

Just like American workers are turning to crowdfunding to pay for the medical procedures that can keep them alive, the Securities and Exchange Commission is telling small businesses that everyday citizens may provide them with the lifeline that the U.S. government won’t. After two multi-billion dollar stimulus packages which have largely failed to reach the small businesses they were ostensibly intended to support, the SEC said that it will lift restrictions related to reporting requirements and...
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Caltech to Apple, Broadcom: You know that $1.1bn you owe for ripping off Wi-Fi patents? Double it, hotshots

US uni goes full honey badger on iPhone giant and its chip sidekick Months after they were found to have ripped off The California Institute of Technology's Wi-Fi patents, Apple and Broadcom remain locked in a legal battle over a damages bill running potentially to billions of dollars.…
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Tumblr now removes reblogs in violation of its hate speech policy, not just the original posts

Tumblr is making a change to how it deals with hate speech on its blogging platform. The company announced today it will also remove the reblogs (repostings) from any blogs that were suspended for violating its policies around hate speech. Already, the company says it’s identified nearly 1,000 blogs that were banned for blatant violations of its hate speech rules. Most of these blogs contained Nazi-related content, it said. This week, Tumblr began to remove all the reblogs from these previously ...
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Apple, Google will warn you if you've been exposed to COVID-19. Here's how.

Apple and Google give a first look at how public health apps will alert you if you’ve crossed paths with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
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Ad Tech Is Undergoing an Identity Crisis That’s Been Worsened by the Pandemic

Prior to the economic chaos caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent havoc it has wrought on the media industry, ad tech's biggest priority was cookies--or its identity crisis, to be precise. In January, Google announced the 2022 the elimination of third-party cookies in its market-leading Chrome browser, prompting talk of Project Rearc, aka...
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All product creators can learn something from Jackbox Games’ user experiences

Jason Shen Contributor Share on Twitter Jason Shen is a three-time startup founder and the CEO of Midgame, a gaming technology company backed by Techstars and Betaworks. More posts by this contributor Cultivating adaptability is a pandemic coping skill During this period of shelter-in-place, people have had to seek out new forms of entertainment and social interaction. Many have turned to a niche par...
Tags: Social, TC, Gaming, Column, Enterprise, Video Games, Entertainment, Tech, Smartphone, Facebook Games, TechStars, Google Trends, Video Conferencing, Market Analysis, Video Gaming, Jackbox

Here’s What Apple and Google Want Coronavirus Contact-Tracing Apps to Look Like

Apple and Google aren’t developing coronavirus-tracking apps, but on Monday they shared examples of what those apps could look like. Most notably, the tech giants detailed what the public health authorities who can use their contact-tracing APIs to create those apps can’t do: namely, they can’t track your location and…Read more...
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Apple, Google will warn you if you've been exposed to COVID-19. Here's how.

Apple and Google give a first look at how public health apps will alert you if you've crossed paths with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Cisco Spotlights New IT Roles You May Have Never Heard of

coondoggie writes: A glimpse into what that future means for IT networking professionals can be found in Cisco's 2020 Global Networking Trends Report. It was completed before COVID-19 changed the way company's do business, but the predicted impacts have been hastened by the pandemic's impact. From the networking study, Cisco put forward a number of new or developing roles it expects to see in the future, including: Business translator: The business translator works to better turn the needs of ...
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Google's new $180 Pixel Buds sound better than Apple's AirPods, but they're ultimately too expensive for what you get

  Google's new Pixel Buds get the basics right for earbuds: they sound good, they look good, they're comfortable, and they're compact.  Sadly, however, there's no noise cancellation feature, background static is noticeable when listening to quiet songs, and I continue to find Google Assistant to be an awful mess in earbuds. For $180, you'd be overspending on the Pixel Buds. That's because there are lots of wireless earbuds that sound similar with lower price tags and less issues to deal with. ...
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Apple and Google show how their contact tracing system could look

Apple and Google just provided a first look at how public health apps could use the coronavirus contact tracing software they are jointly developing.
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Apple and Google show what their contact tracing system could look like

Apple and Google just provided a first look at how public health apps could use the coronavirus contact tracing software they are jointly developing.
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Moxie is a technically impressive childhood robot from iRobot’s former CTO

To this day, the Roomba remains the one successful mainstream home robotic. It was a feat iRobot achieved after a decade or so of throwing concepts against the wall, ultimately achieving success through a combination of outward-facing simplicity and under-the-hood sophistication. That other robots haven’t achieved those heights isn’t for lack of trying. The field has been littered with promising, high-profile failures. Notable recent additions to the dust bin of social home robotics history ...
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“Here Kitty!” is an adorable way to pass the time while staying at home

If you’ve got kids with you through this stay-at-home stretch, there’s a good chance you’re running low on new ways to keep them entertained. All the coloring pages have been colored in; the freeze dances frozen; the stickers stuck. Good news! Your iPhone is now a cat (congratulations!) You need to help your new cat friend find somewhere to hide. Then everyone else in your house – like the toddler who somehow has an incredible amount of energy going into this 17th week of March – can try to find...
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