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Apple’s Mac Computers may soon Ditch Intel Processors
Apple’s Mac computers and laptops may finally shift to its own ARM based processors as early as this month, according to a report published in Bloomberg. The speculation over this big transition has been going on for many years now. However, Apple is finally likely to make that big push towards this transition in the upcoming WWDC event. But this shift will result in big business loss for Intel, since it has been providing processors for Apple machines for many years now.
Hackers bring Honda’s global production to standstill
Japanese auto giant Honda has confirmed that cyber-attack on its system brought part of its global production to grinding halt. The attack caused production issues for plants located outside its headquarters in Japan. Honda has refused to share much detail about this attack but reports suggest that this may be a ransomware attack.
Amazon’s third-party seller gets sued for allegedly selling counterfeit masks
KMJ, one of the third-party sellers on Amazon.com, has been used by 3M Corporation for allegedly selling fake N95 respirator masks. Amazon has faced constant criticism for failing to check the sale of counterfeit masks on its platform. According to reports, KMJ had marked the price of its mask as high as $23 per mask and sold masks worth $350,000 on the e-commerce platform. The Wall Street Journal first reported this news.
Panasonic makes it even more to use its mirrorless cameras as webcams
Taking a clue from Canon and Fujifilm, now Panasonic has rolled out the new beta version of Lumix Tether app; making even more easy to use its mirrorless cameras as webcams. Panasonic claims that this app will make you look significantly sharper on video calls. But two important things should be noted here. First is that the new version of this app will be compatible only with Windows system and secondly the app may be initially available in only selected markets.
MSN.com’s AI journalists fumble in their duty…..it has to do with the below picture
Artificial Intelligence is not perfect and MSN.com has learned this hard lesson way too soon. Barely a week after replacing human journalists with AI programed journalists, MSN has been made to face an embarrassing situation when its so-called perfect AI jounranlist made a major gaffe. While selecting the story about Little Mix singer Jade Thiriwall’s experience with racism, it ended up selecting the picture of Thiriwall’s bandemate Leigh Anne Pinnock.