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Samsung's Massive Odyssey Neo G9 Is the New King of Gaming Monitors

Samsung’s been making gaming monitors for years now, but execs in the company’s display division say last year’s Odyssey G9 was its first flagship gaming monitor. Now there’s a new Odyssey in town, and from what we’ve seen so far, it handily claims the gaming monitor crown.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Computing, Nvidia, Samsung Electronics, Twitch, FreeSync, Vesa, Displayport, Grover Cleveland, Computer Monitor, Harrington Jacket, NVIDIA G SYNC, Television Technology, Computer Peripherals


Nium crosses $1B valuation with $200M Riverwood Capital-led round

Business-to-business payments platform Nium announced Monday that it raised more than $200 million in Series D funding and saw its valuation rise above $1 billion. The company, now Singapore-based but shifting to the Bay Area, touted the investment as making it “the first B2B payments unicorn from Southeast Asia.” Riverwood Capital led the round, in which Temasek, Visa, Vertex Ventures, Atinum Capital, Beacon Venture Capital and Rocket Capital Investment participated, along with a group of angel...
Tags: TC, Asia, Enterprise, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India, Funding, Tech, United States, Venture Capital, Mobile Payments, Payments, Online Payments, Api, Latin America, Fis


Is Your Phone Infected With Pegasus?

Fossbytes has an article detailing how you can check to see if your mobile device is infected with the "Pegasus" spyware. What's Pegasus you ask? It's phone-penetrating spy software developed by NSO Group and sold to governments to target journalists and activists around the world. The CEO of NSO Group says law-abiding citizens have "nothing to be afraid of," but that doesn't help us sleep any better. Here's how to check if your device has been compromised (heads up: it's a bit of a technical an...
Tags: Tech, Pegasus, Amnesty, JSON, NSO Group, Fossbytes


Tesla delays Semi truck to 2022; Cybertruck back-burnered for Model Y

Tesla is pushing the launch of its electric Semi truck program to 2022 due to supply chain challenges and the limited availability of battery cells, the company said in its second-quarter earnings report Monday. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has warned about battery supply constraints before and the effect it might have on the Tesla Semi, which was first unveiled as a prototype in November 2017. Back in January, Musk said the engineering work on the Tesla Semi had been completed and deliveries were expect...
Tags: Transportation, Elon Musk, Texas, Berlin, Tech, Tesla, Austin, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Tesla Model S, Musk, Semi, Guillen, Tesla Semi, Jerome Guillen, Y. Tesla


An expanded skills program to empower Singaporeans

Like many young people in Singapore last year, Gaviota Rajendhiran graduated in a tough environment. The economic impact of COVID-19 meant there were fewer jobs to apply for and more competition for the positions that were available. So when she heard about Skills Ignition SG, a Grow with Google program, Gaviota rushed to put in an application — earning a placement with Omnicom Media Group. She impressed the team there so much that they offered her a full-time job, making her one of eight Skills...
Tags: Google, Singapore, Asia Pacific, Ben, Gaviota, Omnicom Media Group, Google in Asia, Grow With Google, COVID, Gaviota Rajendhiran, Omnicom Gaviota, Google Meet Today, Skills Ignition


Intel will shake chips up by building Qualcomm’s future processors

I’ve always thought of Qualcomm as one of Intel‘s biggest rivals, what with its dominance of the non-Apple mobile market and its increasing presence in the PC space. But as it turns out, the companies are teaming up in a major new partnership for the years to come: Intel will manufacture future Qualcomm chips. Things can get a little confusing in the semiconductor world. while many companies design chips, not all of them actually manufacture their own hardware. Qualcomm, for instance, has had it...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Samsung, Intel, TSMC, Qualcomm, Insider, Plugged, Apple While Intel


Tether Executives Said To Face Criminal Probe Into Bank Fraud

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: A U.S. probe into Tether is homing in on whether executives behind the digital token committed bank fraud, a potential criminal case that would have broad implications for the cryptocurrency market. Tether's pivotal role in the crypto ecosystem is now well known because the token is widely used to trade Bitcoin. But the Justice Department investigation is focused on conduct that occurred years ago, when Tether was in its more nascent stages. Sp...
Tags: New York, Tech, Bloomberg, Justice Department, James, Letitia James, Tether, Face Criminal Probe Into Bank Fraud


Jeff Bezos offers Nasa $2bn in exchange for moon mission contract

Billionaire lost out to Elon Musk’s SpaceX in lunar bidContract is to build craft to take astronauts to the moonFresh off his trip to space, Jeff Bezos on Monday offered to cover up to $2bn in Nasa costs if the US space agency awards his company Blue Origin a contract to make a spacecraft designed to land astronauts back on the moon.Nasa in April awarded SpaceX, owned by rival billionaire Elon Musk, a $2.9bn contract to build a spacecraft to bring astronauts to the lunar surface as early as 2024...
Tags: Space, Spacex, Elon Musk, Science, Technology, US, World news, US news, Nasa, Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin, Draper, Lockheed Martin Northrop Grumman, Dynetics Blue Origin


Elon Musk criticizes Apple over ‘walled garden’ App Store, use of cobalt in batteries

Tesla today reported its earnings for the second quarter of 2021, as detailed by our colleagues over at Electrek. During the...
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Tesla


United States: Social Tech Rushes To Market And Loses MEMOJI Lawsuit Against Apple - Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz

It's a tale as old as time (and, one that has been "scientifically" proven IRL): slow and steady wins the race. Conversely, as in the recent case of Social Technologies v. Apple, rushing a ...
Tags: Apple, News, United States, Selz, Social Technologies, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein


Olympics Broadcaster Announces His Computer Password on Live TV

In what is, at least so far, the biggest cybersecurity blunder of the Tokyo Olympics, an Italian TV announcer did not realize he was on air when he asked the password for his computer. Motherboard reports: "Do you know the password for the computer in this commentator booth?" he asked during the broadcast of the Turkey-China volleyball game, apparently not realizing he was still on air. "It was too hard to call the password Pippo? Pippo, Pluto or Topolino?" he complained, referring to the Italia...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, Tokyo, Eurosport, Turkey China, Pippo, Polytechnic University of Milan, Stefano Zanero, Pippo Pluto


Apple patches zero-day vulnerability in iOS, iPadOS, macOS under active attack

Characteristically mum about details Apple on Monday patched a zero-day vulnerability in its iOS, iPadOS, and macOS operating systems, only a week after issuing a set of OS updates addressing about three dozen other flaws.…
Tags: Apple, Software


Intel Plans to Make Chips for Qualcomm in the Future

Intel today announced that it is teaming up with Qualcomm to manufacture some of Qualcomm's future chips. The chips will be manufactured using Intel's 20A process, which is expected to ramp in 2024. There is no word on which chips Intel will make for Qualcomm, but Qualcomm's Snapdragon chips are used in most Android smartphones. Though the 20A design is expected to be available starting in 2024, Intel did not provide a timeline for when it will begin working with Qualcomm. Intel says that it...
Tags: Apple, Intel, Arizona, Qualcomm, Moore, Pat Gelsinger, Intel Qualcomm, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company TSMC, Gelsinger, Qualcomm Intel, Apple Qualcomm, Cristiano Amon, Nuvia, Intel Foundry Services, Mac TSMC


Elon Musk snipes at Apple twice on Tesla earnings call

Tesla CEO Elon Musk sniped at Silicon Valley neighbor Apple twice during a conference call to discuss Tesla earnings on Monday.
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Tesla, Silicon Valley


No new Galaxy Note this year as Samsung’s foldables gain S Pen functionality

Samsung sent out invites for its August 11 Unpacked event last week. While it’s clear this is going to be packed (somewhat ironically) even by the company’s standards, the event may well be as notable for what it doesn’t include. Namely, a slew of rumors have pointed to Samsung skipping its annual Galaxy Note update. In a blog post today, the company’s president and head of Mobile Communications Business, TM Roh, writes, “Instead of unveiling a new Galaxy Note this time around, we will further b...
Tags: Mobile, Hardware, Samsung, Tech, Samsung Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note, Roh, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Mobile Communications Business TM Roh


Tesla CEO Elon Musk Takes Shots at Apple During Earnings Call

During a Tesla earnings call that took place today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk spent time sniping at Apple, reports CNBC. Musk criticized Apple's "walled garden" and made comments on the company's cobalt use. In a discussion about plans to allow Tesla competitors to use the Tesla electric vehicle charger network, Musk said that Tesla does not want to create a walled garden to "bludgeon" Tesla competitors, alluding to Apple's App Store practices."I think we do want to emphasize that our goal is to su...
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Tesla, Tim Cook, Musk, Apple Apple, Tesla Elon Musk, CNBC Musk


Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 3 is adding an S Pen, replacing this year’s Galaxy Note

Samsung's August 11 event just got interesting. The company confirmed its next foldables will have an optional S Pen, replacing the Galaxy Note line this year.
Tags: Android, Mobile, News, Samsung, Trends, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Samsung Galaxy Unpacked August 2021, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3


Japan Pitches 'Society 5.0' To Keep Its Edge In Tech and Science

The Cabinet Office of Japan is co-hosting an event dedicated to "Society 5.0," a future society the government believes Japan should aspire to. Defined by the Cabinet Office as "a human-centered society [helped] by a system that highly integrates cyberspace and physical space," Society 5.0 is a concept intended to broaden the discussion of innovation from science and technology to all of socioeconomic activity. Nikkei Asia Review reports: The government has also established multiple large-scale ...
Tags: Japan, Tech, Society, Osaka, Cabinet Office, Toyota Motor, Inoue, Cabinet Office of Japan, Nikkei Asia Review, Tomohiro Fukuzawa, Japan Pitches Society, Shinji Inoue


Apple Stops Signing iOS 14.6 Following iOS 14.7 Release

Following the release of iOS 14.7 last week, Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.6, the previously available version of iOS that was released in May. With iOS 14.6 no longer being signed, it is not possible to downgrade to iOS 14.6 if you've already installed iOS 14.7 or iOS 14.7.1. Apple routinely stops signing older versions of software updates after new releases come out in order to encourage customers to keep their operating systems up to date. iOS 14.6 was a major update that added Apple W...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Rumors


QR Menu Codes Are Everywhere—and Tracking You More Than You Think

If you’ve returned to the restaurants and bars that have reopened in your neighborhood lately, you might have noticed a new addition to the post-quarantine decor: QR codes. Everywhere. And as they’ve become more ubiquitous on the dining scene, so has the quiet tracking and targeting that they do. Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Communication, Computing, Menu, Barcode, Qr Code, Jay Stanley, Barcodes, Hypermedia, Technology Internet, Encodings, Records Management Technology, Automatic Identification And Data Capture


Daily Crunch: Accused January 6 insurrectionist must use face to unlock laptop, orders judge

To get a roundup of TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3 p.m. PDT, subscribe here. Hello and welcome to Daily Crunch for July 26, 2021. Tech news got off to a cracking start this week after the Chinese government spent the weekend rolling out a new regulatory framework for the myriad edtech startups in the country. The Ant IPO was really just the start of the recent blizzard of changes concerning how China’s government runs its economy. The food ...
Tags: Amazon, TC, China, Berlin, Softbank, Africa, Tech, Nasa, Fbi, Andreessen Horowitz, Portland Oregon, Jeff Bezos, Pepsico, Coca Cola, Musk, Blue Origin


HMD Global Nokia XR20 hands-on: Tough, built to last, yet still pretty

HMD Global's Nokia XR20 is a rugged phone with a pretty face, and a whole lot of tech and features that will make it last for years. We've tried it out.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Nokia, Trends, Hands-on Review, HMD Global, Nokia XR20


Fauci Wants To Make Vaccines for the Next Pandemic Before It Hits

If funded, a government program costing several billion dollars could develop "prototype" vaccines to protect against 20 families of viruses. From a report: In one sense, the world got lucky with the new coronavirus. By sheer chance, scientists just happened to have spent years studying coronaviruses, developing exactly the tools needed to make Covid vaccines as soon as the virus's genetic sequence was published. But what will happen if the next pandemic comes from a virus that causes Lassa feve...
Tags: Congress, White House, Tech, Sudan, National Institutes of Health, Collins, Anthony S Fauci, Fauci, Francis Collins


Samsung Confirms: Better Foldables With Stylus Support Are Coming, but No New Galaxy Note

With a little over two weeks to go until Samsung’s next big Unpacked Event, the company’s president and head of mobile communications just published a new blog confirming details and features long rumored to be included in Samsung’s next batch of foldable phones. Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Technology, Microsoft, Samsung, Smartphone, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Tablet Computers, Samsung Electronics, Consumer Electronics, Samsung Galaxy, Roh, Foldable Smartphone, Samsung Mobile Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note Series


Dow Jones Futures: Tesla Stock Jumps On Earnings; Apple Earnings Due

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Mark Ronson’s Work With Amy Winehouse, Duran Duran Roots Highlight ‘Watch the Sound’ Series

Mark Ronson takes center stage in “Watch the Sound with Mark Ronson,” premiering July 30 on Apple TV Plus. In the six-part series, the Oscar winning multi-hyphenate (a DJ, songwriter, producer and seasoned A&R) sits down with creators and musicians to look at innovations in the realm of sound, from synths to distortion to autotune […]
Tags: Apple, News, Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson, Duran Duran, Documentaries to Watch, Amy Winehouse Duran Duran


'Jungle Cruise,' the new adventure movie starring Dwayne Johnson, premieres this Friday - here's how to stream it on Disney Plus

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Dwayne Johnson in "Jungle Cruise." Frank Masi/Disney "Jungle Cruise" arrives in theaters and on Disney Plus Premier Access on July 30. The movie is inspired by the popular Disneyland ride, and stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. Disney Plus costs $8/month and the Premier Access fee is an extra $30 per movie. Jungle Cruise (medium) Disney's "Jungle Cruise" will premiere on July 30, nearly two year...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Movies, Entertainment, Dwayne Johnson, Disney, Trends, Tech, Cruise, Streaming, Espn, Disneyland, Hulu, Hdr, Hamilton, Luca


Lying, corrupt, anti-American cops are running amok with AI

Hundreds of thousands of law enforcement agents in the US have the authority to use blackbox AI to conduct unethical surveillance, generate evidence, and circumvent our Fourth Amendment protections. And there’s little reason to believe anyone’s going to do anything about it. The problem is that blackbox AI systems are a goldmine for startups, big tech, and politicians. And, since the general public is ignorant about what they do or how they’re being used, law enforcement agencies have carte blan...
Tags: Startups, Politics, Opinion, US, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Neural


Tesla second-quarter profits top $1bn even as it struggles to handle demand

A global shortfall of semiconductors has affected the Tesla supply chain as well as car manufacturers across the worldTesla made a profit of more than $1bn in the last three months even as it struggled to keep up with demand for electric cars in the face of a global chip shortage.The company announced Monday that it has made a profit of $1.14bn in its second quarter, 10 times what it made a year ago and its eighth quarter of back-to-back profits. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, Elon Musk, Technology, Tesla, US news, Automotive Industry


iRocket to begin rocket engine testing at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center

Reusable rocket startup iRocket has entered into a new partnership with NASA in its quest to reach commercialization in just two years. The partnership will give iRocket access to testing facilities and engineering support, chiefly at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. The company is hoping that it will conduct its first rocket engine test — an on-the-ground engine firing test — at the Huntsville site in September. iRocket is earmarking $50 million over the next five y...
Tags: Startups, Space, New York, Congress, Tech, Nasa, Ohio, Lockheed Martin, Air Force, Aerospace, Federal Trade Commission, Marshall, Bezos, Malik, Huntsville, Aerojet Rocketdyne



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