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IBM to lay off more than a thousand employees

IBM to lay off more than a thousand employees

There had been a piece of news doing rounds on the internet of a reported restructure at IBM which would see the company lay off more than 1000 employees. The company has now confirmed the reports in ... Read more

New cryptocurrency from Facebook soon

New cryptocurrency from Facebook soon

It might be happening anytime now. Facebook’s long expected cryptocurrency might be launched soon, probably by the end of this month, reports suggest. Facebook’s new venture has a lot of g... Read more

Portland EV drivers get free charging stations from Lyft

Portland EV drivers get free charging stations from Lyft

Lyft’s Green Mode feature is getting a bigger boost and it starts with Portland. Green Mode is an eco-friendly initiative where users can request rides with electric or hybrid vehicles. The init... Read more

British Columbia aims to create 10% emission-free cars by 2025

British Columbia aims to create 10% emission-free cars by 2025

British Columbia has passed a radical law with an ambition to reduce the emissions released by gas-powered vehicles. The Canadian province has passed a Zero-Emission Vehicles Act (ZEVA) that’ll ... Read more

AMD's Radeon RX 5700 series graphic card will soon hit PCs

AMD's Radeon RX 5700 series graphic card will soon hit PCs

We’ve known for a while that Nvidia and AMD have been competing in the graphics card space. But Nvidia was always more powerful and superior. But now, the tables might be turning. AMD’s Na... Read more

ARM Cortex-A77 and Mali-G77 ready for premium smartphones

ARM Cortex-A77 and Mali-G77 ready for premium smartphones

ARM- the company behind the designs of various chips used in smartphones has announced two new designs for premium smartphones and will be ready for use in 2020. Cortex-A77 CPU core and the Mali-G77 g... Read more

Huawei's next blow is chip designer company ARM

Huawei's next blow is chip designer company ARM

Next in line is ARM to terminate its business operations with Huawei. Huawei is going to have a difficult time when it comes to creating its own chips as ARM joins the list of companies banning its bu... Read more