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Apple confirms Mac transition to ARM CPUs

Apple’s plan to move its Mac family of computers from Intel’s Core-series CPUs to self-developed ARM processors has been an open secret for years, with each new macOS release — and subsequent small hints to developers — helping to ease the eventual transition. Today, Apple made the impending switch official, …

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is coming October 2

Activision Publishing announced that the all-new Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is coming on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 2. Toys for Bob, the Activision-owned studio that previously worked on the Skylanders titles and the Spyro Reignited trilogy remake, is working on the game, which is …

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Microsoft doubles down on IoT cybersecurity with CyberX acquisition

Microsoft today announced its intention to acquire CyberX, a startup developing a platform designed to protect industrial control systems. The terms weren’t disclosed, but TechCrunch reports that it’s in the range of $165 million. The deal shores up Microsoft’s strategic positioning in the autonomous systems market, which it entered in …

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How to watch Apple’s all-digital WWDC20 keynotes

Although the coronavirus pandemic scuttled Apple’s traditional in-person Worldwide Developers Conference this year, a fully online version called WWDC20 is kicking off today, including keynotes and sessions that will stream over multiple video services. Two important streams will originate from the company’s Apple Park headquarters today: a keynote speech that …

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