CISOs face rising security debt
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If only there were a security credit card

CISOs face a rising 'security debt' to secure their organisations against an increasing volume of attacks by well-armed criminals, according to a new report from cybersecurity provider F-Secure in conjunction with Omnisperience.

Mavenir and Xilinx have started a 5G focused collaboration
Published in Mobiles



To bring Open RAN Massive MIMO portfolio

Mavenir and Xilinx have formed a collaboration to accelerate the Open RAN ecosystem with a leading Open RAN massive MIMO 5G portfolio. The partnership will hopefully result in a successfully integrated Massive MIMO end-to-end using Open RAN principles, and it will introduce the first Massive MIMO 64TRX product expected in late 2021.

Powercolor shows RX 6900 XT Red Devil Ultimate
Published in Graphics


With special Navi 21 XTXH special bin GPU

Powercolor has rather silently introduced its new Radeon RX 6900 XT Red Devil Ultimate graphics card, which comes with a special binned GPU that has a higher OC potential, thus leaving it with higher GPU clocks.

Samsung scores 36 iF Design Awards
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The Galaxy Z Fold2 and the Galaxy Z Flip on the list

Samsung was happy to announce it managed to score a total of 36 iF Design Awards this year, and, unsurprisingly, Galaxy Z Fold2 and the Z Flip were on the list, as well as its QLED 8K TVs.

AMD unveils its Ryzen 5000G APUs for OEMs
Published in PC Hardware


Coming to DIY market later this year

AMD has officially launched its Ryzen 5000G series APUs based on Zen 3 CPU cores and Radeon Vega graphics. Unfortunately, these will first go to OEMs, and the DIY market can expect it on retail/e-tail shelves later this year.

Samsung sets the date for its next Galaxy Unpacked event
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Going live on April 28th

Samsung has announced its new Galaxy Unpacked event that will be held online and streamed live on April 28th.

Taiwan will help US blacklist Chinese tech
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It is what Chiang Kai-shek would have wanted


Taiwan promised its chip companies will adhere to US rules after Washington added seven Chinese supercomputing entities last week to an economic blacklist and after a Taipei-based chipmaker halted orders from one of the entities named.

FSF rallies behind Richard Stallman
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After Stallman offers non-apology

Richard Stallman has offered a sort of apology for his badly received defence of Professor Minsky on an MIT mailing list and the Free Software Foundation (FSF) believes that should end the matter.

Mobileeye to launch driverless delivery service starting in 2023
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Intel inside

Mobileye, the company that specialises in chips for vision-based autonomous vehicles, announced that it will launch a full scale, fully driverless delivery service starting in 2023. The company, a subsidiary of Intel, is joining forces with self-driving delivery startup Udelv to run this new service.

Governments expected to crackdown on cryptocurrencies
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Thanks to US banks buying politicians

According to Kraken CEO Jess Powell, the US political system could lead to a global crackdown on cryptocurrencies.