Atari snaps up Intellivision
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Decades-old console war is over 

Atari, the legends who brought us one of the first smash-hit home game consoles, have snapped up its old nemesis Intellivision, along with a treasure trove of over 200 games from Intellivision Entertainment.

Google's AI suggests putting glue on pizza
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Better than pineapple, at least

While the world already suffers from the atrocity of putting fruit on pizza, Google’s AI is going one step further and suggesting that they put glue on it too.

Apple admits its anti-trust makeover didn’t work
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Claims developers will not support it

Grand pooh-bah of the iPhone app store Phil Schiller has finally admitted that Jobs’ Mob’s so-called payment system makeover is about as effective as a chocolate teapot.

AMD reintroduces Anti-Lag+ as Anti-Lag 2
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Requires game integration and already available in Counter-Strike 2

AMD has now officially reintroduced the new Anti-Lag, now simply called the Anti-Lag 2, after the Anti-Lag+ was pulled due to leading ban in some games like Counter-Strike 2, COD: Modern Warfare 2, Apex Legends, and others.

Samsung orders repair people to grass on their customers
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In the contract

In exchange for selling them repair parts, Samsung has been demanding that independent repair shops to give Samsung the name, contact information, phone identifier, and customer complaint details of everyone who gets their phone repaired at these shops.

More Asus ROG Ally X specifications leaks
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24GB of faster RAM and a hefty 80Wh battery

A leaked slide has now confirmed all the specifications for the upcoming Asus ROG Ally X console that should be officially announced at the Computex show, including a heftier 80Wh battery and 24GB of faster LPDDR5X-7500 memory.

Infineon rolls out new PSU performance classes
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Helping cloud data centre and AI server operators to cut down on their energy use

Infineon is rolling out some new PSU performance classes, helping cloud data centres and AI server operators cut down on their energy use for cooling systems.

Chipzilla releases IPU E2100 DPU
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Mt Evans has been a long time in the making

Chipzilla has finally released its IPU E2100 DPU for the mass market. 

China will never get its paws on Taiwan’s chipmaking machines
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Invaders would find gear disabled.

Should the Chinese ever attempt to take control of Taiwan, they will not be able to seize the most advanced chip-making technology from ASML.

Volish Recall worries Red Panda maker
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Mozilla feels some things are best forgotten

Microsoft's Windows Recall feature is drawing controversy even before it has left the preview stage.