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Maybe Microsoft should make Windows 11 smartphones

If you want a new smartphone, you really only have two options: iPhone or Android. These are the only two mobile operating systems in development, including the Android forks that run non-Google versions of Android. Even Microsoft made Android phones years after ditching its Windows Mobile and Windows Phone platforms. Tech. Entertainment. Science. Your inbox.…

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Finland shows off its new 20-qubit quantum computer

VTT recently announced completion of Finland’s second quantum computer, which uses 20 superconducting qubits. The work, accomplished in partnership with IQM Quantum Computers, is another step on the roadmap to build a 50-qubit machine by the end of 2024.   The government set out with that end goal in November 2020, when it launched a project…

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How Apple and ARM have always been vital for each other’s very survival

Steve Jobs unveils the original iPhone which had an ARM processor Apple investing in ARM shares is a good buy for the company, but it’s bought before. When it did so in the 1980s, ARM proved to be Apple’s life saver. ARM has now filed for its initial public offering (IPO) with the SEC, a…

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Alchemy is a circular tech company using its ties to Apple to help reduce e-waste

Apple’s iPhone recycling robot, Daisy E-waste is a major issue across the globe, and one company based out of Ireland with direct ties with Apple is aiming to mitigate some of that impact. Here’s how. Apple has its own goals for trying to reduce its impact on the environment, including the iPhone recycling robot Daisy,…

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AI in cyber security: Distinguishing hype from reality

On the other hand, AI can also be a powerful tool within the hands of cyber security professionals, with many AI-powered security technologies being developed and applied in the cyber security industry to strengthen defences and safeguard against emerging threats. With the wider business using AI, studies show 35% are utilising and 42% of businesses…

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Finland’s VTT partners Nokia on data market

The decision of Finnish state innovator VTT to join the Nokia-Veturi data markets partnership has added substantial research and development (R&D) weight to a project that aims to develop new data market concepts and technologies that drive the green transition of cities. The VTT’s collaboration with Nokia-Veturi is routed through its subsidiary, VTT Technical Research.…

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There won’t be a 5G patent battle between Apple & Nokia this year

Article Hero Image There won’t be a third round of legal battles over wireless technology between Apple and Nokia, as the pair have renewed their patent agreement that dated back to 2017. The new patent deal between Nokia and Apple was signed with six months left to go in the 2017 arrangement. Nokia says that…

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From Nokia to Merge Mansion: Helsinki’s tech expertise is sparking a new era for global gaming

The Nordics have long had an affinity with gaming, but in an era of mobile technologies and online connections, Finland has set itself apart as one of the most renowned exponents of this industry in the world. The very nature of gaming in the present day is to create communities across long distances – something…

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Developers say Apple and Google are running app store monopolies

Small developers and established global companies alike are calling for urgent regulatory action to make app stores competitive and break the monopolies of Apple and Google in anticipation of digital market legislation being passed in the UK and Europe. Speaking with Computer Weekly, members of the Coalition for App Fairness (CAF) – an independent non-profit…

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Driving up IT efficiency and sustainability

To improve IT energy efficiency and sustainability, IT leaders are often advised to keep hardware in use for as long as possible. This is because a significant proportion of the hardware’s lifetime carbon footprint is consumed prior to onsite deployment. Logically, extending the life of hardware reduces its lifetime carbon footprint, but according to Gartner…

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