VIA Technologies Subsidiary Zhaoxin Announces New x86-64 CPUs

VIA’s mainland Chinese joint venture, Zhaoxin, has introduced a new lineup of x86 SoCs for domestic use. The company plans major advances for the next few years that could eventually challenge AMD, Intel in the Chinese market.

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FCC Reverses Course on Internet Privacy Rules


The Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday issued a joint statement following the FCC’s temporary stay of data security regulations. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and FTC Acting Chairman Maureen K. Ohlhausen issued the statement to address the FCC’s decision, in essence, to overturn rules designed to bolster broadband consumer privacy. Both chairs had disagreed with the FCC’s unilateral 2015 decision to strip the FTC of any authority over broadband providers’ privacy and data security practices.

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FBI, DHS release report on Russian hacking as administration-ordered sanctions take effect

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The FBI and DHS have released a joint report into the hacking attempts against the United States, while President Obama announces specific sanctions against Russia.

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AMD announces x86 licensing deal, $293 million joint venture to build servers for China

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AMD announced a new $293 million joint venture with a Chinese organization yesterday, with potentially significant ramifications for the company’s long-term earnings. Zen, Polaris, and other next-generation products remain on-track.

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Apple, Samsung agree to mediate California patent dispute

Article Image In a joint statement filed to a California district court on Monday, Apple and Samsung announced an agreement to participate in court-supervised mediation in hopes of reconciling their respective arguments to end a years-long patent dispute.

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Judge approves $415M settlement in Silicon Valley anti-poaching lawsuit

A federal court judge has green-lit a joint $415 million settlement in an anti-poaching lawsuit involving Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe, officially bringing the years-long case to a close.

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Apple, record labels under scrutiny for collusion in New York and Connecticut

Attorneys general in New York and Connecticut are conducting a joint antitrust investigation concerning Apple’s negotiations with record labels over its new Apple Music streaming service.



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Ozzie the goose gets a new 3D-printed leg

When Ozzie the goose broke his leg – which was eventually amputated at the joint — he was lucky to find a friend in animal lover Sue Burger. Burger took to South African radio station RSG to seek help for the unlucky fowl who was struggling to cope with just one leg. Enter a team of tech gurus who, after hearing Ozzie’s story, decided to get the bird a new lease on life by way of a 3D-printed prosthetic leg.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04/07/ozzie-goose-gets-new-3d-printed-leg/

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Software glitch causes F-35 to incorrectly detect targets in formation

Engineers are trying to fix the F-35’s software package after it was discovered the sensors for the Joint Strike Fighter malfunction when detecting targets when the aircraft flies in formation.

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New small diameter bomb doesn’t fit inside Marines' F-35B

Joint Strike Fighter engineers will have to make adjustments to the weapons bay of the Marine Corps variant of the F-35 so the aircraft can carry a pin point glide bomb by 2022, JSF program officials said.

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Apple and Samsung agree to settle all non-US litigation

In a joint statement issued on Tuesday, Apple and Samsung said they have dropped all ongoing patent litigation outside of the U.S., a move that could save both companies millions of dollars in legal fees from protracted court proceedings.



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