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Supreme Court rules that Google’s use of Java APIs in Android represent fair use

The Supreme Court of the United States has sided with Google in its long-running legal battle with Oracle over the use of Java APIs in Android. The two sides have

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Apple’s next iMacs might finally get bigger display options

Any new iMacs are also going to ship with custom silicon under the hood. Apple laid the groundwork for its transition away from Intel CPUs last summer and started shipping

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Borderlands 3 and Marvel’s Avengers head to PlayStation Now

Borderlands 3, The Long Dark, and Marvel’s Avengers are headed to Sony’s game streaming service. PlayStation Now may not have the hype that Xbox Game Pass does but this at

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Tim Cook throws Apple Car hints, says augmented reality could greatly enhance conversations

Apple has been rumored to work on augmented reality and autonomous electric car projects for a while, but the company is notorious for being tight-lipped about any development that happens

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Intel’s Core i7-11700K has already been reduced, 10th-gen parts now even cheaper

Intel’s Rocket Lake desktop chips only arrived a week ago, yet one of the processors has already seen a slight price reduction. The Core i7-11700K, which was $420, is now

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Biden to meet with Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger to discuss semiconductor supply chain issues

The Biden administration’s continuing attempts to address the semiconductor shortage problem will take another step next week when the president meets executives from top chipmakers and automakers, including Intel CEO

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Google restricts Android apps from seeing other installed apps

In Google’s continuous effort to upgrade its privacy and security policies, the company is now limiting the use of broad app visibility to see which other apps are installed. Starting

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