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People are already buying Google’s unannounced Chromecast – Android Authority

It confirms the price, the rebranded platform, and even the codename.

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Apple’s COVID-19 updated with new questions to gauge symptom severity – AppleInsider

Apple on Thursday issued an update to its COVID-19 screening app with new features like refreshed questions regarding symptom severity and test results.

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Apple on Thursday issued an update to its COVID-19 screening app with new features like refreshed questions regarding symptom severity and test results.
Released in March as a resource for the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Apple’s COVID-19 screening tool — and dedicated website — enables users to quickly diagnose symptoms and take action against the virus.
Today’s update brings new questions for symptom severity and COVID-19 test results, offering more granularity in tracking and thus more accurate…

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Intel: DG1 GPU Now Shipping, Xe-HPG DG2 GPU In Labs – AnandTech

Alongside today’s profitable-but-uneasy earnings report from Intel, the company’s earnings presentation also offered a short update on the status of their discrete…

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Alongside today’s profitable-but-uneasy earnings report from Intel, the company’s earnings presentation also offered a short update on the status of their discrete GPUs. As of today, Intel’s DG1 GPU is now shipping. Meanwhile the company announced their next GPU, appropriately named DG2, which is based on their upcoming Xe-HPG architecture. This GPU is now back from the fab and is in Intel’s lab, and is now far enough along to have been powered on.
First and foremost we have DG1, or as it’s better…

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This universal cable brings MagSafe + fast-charging to ALL your devices, from your iPhone 12 to your laptop! – Yanko Design

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You know, wireless charging was supposed to be the answer. It promised to be the one true way to charge your phone, your earphones, and even your smartwatch without needing separate apparatuses, wires, ports, etc. Wireless charging was hailed as the universal charging solution, but frankly, we’re far from there. Wireless chargers have their fair share of drawbacks. They take longer than traditional cables, can’t charge high-power devices, support only devices with flat surfaces that can make contact…

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