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Apple announces the migration of its Macs to ARM-based processors

TOPICS: Apple, ARM, chips, Intel, MacBook, macOS, processors

After many years of rumors, Apple has made official the launch of its first Macs based on ARM processors. This news marks a new episode in Apple’s history as a computer manufacturer, initiating its separation from Intel as a processor supplier. This is a strategic move only comparable to the abandonment of RISC architecture in […]

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iOS 13.5.5 Beta brings clues to future audio support for Apple News+

TOPICS: Apple, Apple News+, Apple Podcasts, audio news, iOS, Podcasts, Siri

Will Siri become a journalist or will she just read us the headlines of the first news on the list? Apple continues to evolve its Apple News+ news service. A subscription service that gives us access to well-known publications and media (and others not so famous: we have signed up today; let’s see if they […]

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China to take action against Apple, Boeing and other U.S. companies

TOPICS: Apple, Boeing, China, chips, Cisco, Donald Trump, Huawei, Qualcomm, United States, Xi Jinping, ZTE

China would be ready to respond to the measures imposed against Huawei by the United States. According to Global Times, Xi Jinping’s administration will add Apple, Boeing and others to a blacklist. The decision comes after the United States announced its intentions to block the sale of chips to Huawei. A source close to the […]

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Ubisoft sues Google and Apple for selling a clone of Rainbow Six: Siege through their stores

TOPICS: Alibaba Group, App Store, Apple, Area F2, China, copyright, copyright infringement, Ejoy.com, Google, Google Play, lawsuit, Rainbow Six: Siege, Ubisoft

Last Friday Ubisoft filed a lawsuit against Google and Apple accusing both companies of selling through their digital stores, Google Play and App Store, respectively, a copy of their popular multiplayer game Rainbow Six: Siege. In the spotlight is Area F2, a title developed by Ejoy.com, a subsidiary of Chinese giant Alibaba Group. Before taking […]

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TSMC, the large semiconductor supplier to Apple, AMD or NVIDIA, will produce 5 nanometer chips in the U.S.

TOPICS: AMD, Apple, Arizona, chips, factories, Nvidia, processors, Taiwan, TSMC

TSMC announces that it will invest $12 billion in the creation of a chip factory in Arizona, creating 1,600 jobs to produce some of its 5-nanometer chips. The Taiwanese company is the world’s largest semiconductor foundry and its customers include brands such as Apple, which uses its transistors to produce its Apple AX processors. The […]

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Despite the COVID-19 crisis, the S&P500 index rises: the weight of technology companies is increasing

TOPICS: Apple, COVID-19, crisis, FAANG, Google, Microsoft, S&P500

On February 20, 2020, the S&P500, one of the most famous indices in the world that groups the 500 most important companies in the United States, marked its maximum, at 3,373.21 points. Then began the crisis of the Covid-19, which dragged the index in just one month (March 23) to 2,237.40 points, a 33.67% drop. […]

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What is Apple doing to reduce its dependence on China?

TOPICS: Apple, Apple Watch, China, factories, India, IPhone, micro LED, mini-LED, Taiwan

Apple is considering making a huge leap, moving one-fifth of its total iPhone production from China to India. The news comes from the Indian Economic Times and has been reflected in several international media: in Cupertino they would have been holding high-level meetings between Apple executives and members of the Indian government in order to […]

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