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Storebrand divests from IBM over supply of biometrics to Israel

One of Norway’s largest financial services companies has divested from IBM over the role its biometric database technologies play in maintaining illegal Israeli settlements, in a move that could set a precedent for other European investors. Storebrand said the global tech giant was providing biometric databases to the Israeli government that were being “used to…

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SK hynix Reports That 2025 HBM Memory Supply Has Nearly Sold Out

Demand for high-performance processors for AI training is skyrocketing, and consequently so is the demand for the components that go into these processors. So much so that SK hynix this week is very publicly announcing that the company’s high-bandwidth memory (HBM) production capacity has already sold out for the rest of 2024, and even most…

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Broken and GPU-less RTX 4090s are being sold secondhand by scammers

If you’re considering buying a used high-end graphics card then you’ll need to be extra diligent as scammers are now selling stripped-out Nvidia RTX 4090s without their AD102 die. A new video by Northwestrepair via YouTube highlights the extent of the issue as some less-than-savory individuals have taken to secondary reseller outlets such as Facebook Marketplace…

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I only keep 10 third-party apps on my iPhone

When I wrote about the 14 apps that I’ll always keep on my iPhone’s Home Screen, our editor Zach Epstein practically lost it that none of them were third-party apps. Yes, I am that person who rocks only built-in iPhone apps from Apple on the Home Screen.To give Zach some hope that the world isn’t…

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Why I think Apple’s iPhone will finally support RCS this fall

Apple shocked the world late last year, announcing out of the blue (pun intended) that it’ll bring RCS support to the iPhone. Finally, finally, granting the wish of Google, carriers, and some diehard Android users who still haven’t figured out how to chat with their iPhone friends.The RCS rollout wouldn’t be immediate, as Apple said…

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Meta outage disrupts social media globally

A major IT outage at Meta has affected services on its three core platforms, Facebook, Instagram and Threads, for millions of users on an apparently global basis. Reports of outages made through the popular Downdetector service peaked at 15:35 GMT (10:35 EST) on Tuesday 5 March, with over half a million complaints made in regard…

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WhatsApp for Android suddenly looks more like the iPhone app

We first learned about WhatsApp’s big redesign plans for the Android app about a year ago. The new user interface appeared in beta versions of the app, featuring a significant change that made it look more like its iPhone counterpart. Specifically, WhatsApp moved the navigation bar to the bottom of the screen, where you’ll find…

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Google Maps can show social media posts from your favorite places

Google Maps can do more than just help you reach your next destination. It can help you discover nearby attractions and more details about your favorite places. Common examples include business hours and contact information. You also have access to plenty of user-generated content, including reviews and photos, which can come in handy.At times, it…

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With a ban looming, TikTok CEO calls on users to protect their rights

The US is closer than ever to a TikTok ban after the House passed a bill that forces ByteDance to either sell the social network or face a ban. The bill now advances to the Senate, with the White House looking forward to “swift action” from the legislative body. The White House also has a…

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WhatsApp is getting ads, but it’s not as bad as it sounds

WhatsApp is Meta’s (then Facebook’s) most expensive purchase to date, with nearly $20 billion paid in 2014. It’s also the most difficult one to monetize. The app is free, and everything in it is end-to-end encrypted. Placing personalized ads based on user-generated content and interests isn’t possible. But Meta is looking to place ads inside…

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