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Qualcomm’s Exclusive Deal to Produce Windows ARM Devices Ending

The market for ARM-based Windows PCs is about to become far more diversified, with an…

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Mozilla Pulling the Plug on Firefox Lockwise

Mozilla is killing off its Firefox Lockwise password manager, with the end-of-life (EOL) date set for December 13, 2021.

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Judge Denies Apple a Stay on App Store Changes Pending Appeal

The judge in Apple’s case versus Epic has denied the company a stay on implementing court-ordered App Store changes until appeals are exhausted.

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Thomas Dohmke Replacing Nat Friedman as GitHub CEO

Nat Friedman is stepping down as GitHub CEO with Thomas Dohmke replacing him.

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TestFlight for macOS Now Available

Apple has released TestFlight for macOS, making the utility available on the Mac for the first time.

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Intel Uses Dishonest Tactics in Benchmark Comparing i9 to Ryzen 9

Intel has been called out for using underhanded tactics in its latest benchmarks, which demonstrate the i9 12900K besting the Ryzen 9 5950X.

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Microsoft Announces Loop, a Fluid-Powered Collaboration Tool

Microsoft’s vision for the future of remote and hybrid work is taking shape with its announcement of Loop, a new collaboration tool based on Fluid.

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Google Triples Linux Bug Bounties for the Next Three Months

Google has announced it is tripling its usual bug bounties for the Linux kernel for at least the next three months.

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Dropbox Botches Response to M1 Macs, Says Native Version Coming

Dropbox stirred up a controversy of its own making, indicating it had no intention of supporting Apple’s M1 chips before finally clarifying that it did.

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EU Regulators Open Probe of Nvidia’s Arm Acquisition

Casting further doubt on Nvidia’s attempt to purchase Arm Holdings, EU regulators have opened a formal investigation.