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Solidigm Introduces D7-P5810: 144L SLC NVMe Drive for Write-Intensive Workloads

Solidigm’s datacenter SSD offerings have been clearly delineated into different categories – the D3- SATA offerings for legacy servers, the D5- QLC-based offerings (with different models offering different tradeoffs between cost and endurance), and the D7- NVMe drives for the best performance and endurance ratings. The company has been using TLC NAND in the D7…

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Crowds queue up at Apple Stores for iPhone 15 and new Apple Watches

A woman with her new iPhone 15 Pro Max in Apple Central World, Bangkok Allaying fears of lesser demand in China, stores in the country were as packed for the launch of iPhone 15 as everywhere else. Also new in stores are the update AirPods Pro (2nd generation) with MagSafe Charging (USB-C), and Apple Watch…

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Apple highlights successful global iPhone 15 launch despite fears of China ban

The iPhone 15 series, Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra 2, and revamped USB-C AirPods Pro 2 are now finally available worldwide across 40 countries. As Apple is doing everything it can to ensure the new products arrive to more customers every week, the company has shared a few images of the launch day…

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What iPhone ban? The iPhone 15 is already a hit in China

In the week preceding the iPhone 15 launch, reports from China detailed the government’s purported iPhone ban in the country. At the same time, there was increased talk about the resurgence of Huawei. The local smartphone vendor had just launched the Mate 60 Pro flagship, rocking a homegrown processor. Tech. Entertainment. Science. Your inbox. Sign…

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iPhone 15 enjoys strong sales in China, selling out promptly

iPhone 15 Pro lineup The iPhone 15 has gained significant attention and demand in China, exceeding initial expectations and countering previous predictions of potential challenges for the company due to increased competition from Huawei and government restrictions on iPhone usage. Shortly after the launch of the iPhone 15, Apple’s official website in mainland China experienced…

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The Intel Innovation 2023 Keynote Live Blog (8:30am PT, 15:30 UTC)

Kicking off this morning is Intel’s annual technology conference, Innovation. The second year of the revived show once again has Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger leading things off, with what’s scheduled to be a 90 minute keynote. Intel has four major themes for this year’s show: Accelerating the AI Era Transformative Innovation for the Future of…

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Biden administration bans investment in Chinese high tech

In the latest war of word with China, US president Joe Biden has issued a statement prohibiting investment in entities that engage in certain activities related to the development of advanced semiconductors, quantum information technologies, or AI systems. The White House said that the Executive Order covers US investment in technologies designed for military or…

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Google Cloud chalked up higher growth rate in 2022 than AWS and Microsoft, Gartner data shows

Google Cloud achieved higher growth on a year-over-year (YoY) basis between 2021 and 2022 than the other top four public cloud firms, Gartner’s latest global infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market tracker data shows. The IT analyst giant’s shows while Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to lead the public cloud market, with 40% share, fourth place Google has…

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Apple opens storefront on China’s WeChat

Article Hero Image Apple has opened up an online store on WeChat, the major messaging app owned by Tencent, giving customers in China another avenue to buy iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more. Announced by WeChat, the store will offer Apple’s usual online store fare, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, and accessories. The move gives Apple a…

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