Court tells Shiva Ayyadurai he did not invent email
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Techdirt wins case

Shiva Ayyadurai, the Trump supporter with a race-baiting campaign hashtag, claim that he invented email has been thrown out of a court.

7nm mobile SoCs to arrive late 2018
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Mass production in 2019

The current generation of SoC and the one that comes after will remain at 10nm, since it will take some time to move to 7nm. This is the conclusion we gathered after talking to a number of industry insiders.

Logitech unveils the new CRAFT keyboard
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Puts a dial knob for Photoshop, Premiere, Word, and Excel

Logitech has announced a new keyboard aimed at professionals that meddle with Adobe or Microsoft applications, the Logitech CRAFT.

Intel's Core i9-7920X gets delidded by Der8auer
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Large die and still not soldered

A well-known overclocker, Der8auer, has managed to get its hands on Intel's upcoming 12-core Core i9-7920X Skylake-X CPU, which he managed to delid by using his own new Delid-Die-Mate-X delidding tool and showing what is actually underneath that IHS.

Intel preparing four new NUCs
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Based on Coffee Lake chips

According to a fresh report, Intel is preparing four new 4x4-inch NUC (Next Unit of Computing) SFF systems that will be using chips based on Coffee Lake architecture.

Xiaomi goes stock Android with the Mi A1
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Xiaomi Mi 5X with Android One

At its previously announced event in New Delhi, India, Xiaomi has unveiled its latest dual-camera smartphone, the Android One-powered Xiaomi Mi A1.

AI chip market heats up
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Everyone wants in


It is starting to look like the AI chipmarket is going to be a battle ground for chip development.

Trump speeds up self-driving car rules
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Cuts “red-tape” so car makers can speed things up

Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has decided to cut all the “red tape” which prevents self-driving cars getting on the road quickly. Since some of that red tape proving that the car is safe on the road and will behave properly without killing anyone, consumer groups are a little concerned.

Employers must tell staff before they snoop
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Staff must not have their privacy violated

Autocratic bosses who love to read their employees emails without telling them have been told to cut it out by the  European Court of Human Rights.

Most US techies use a VPN
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Pirate without fear

An international cybersecurity awareness survey found that 65 percent of US tech sector workers now use a virtual private network (VPN) on either work or personal devices.