Apple reveals new high-end computer with ‘M1’ chip



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Apple has revealed a new 13-inch MacBook Pro that includes its own “M1” chip.

It is the third computer Apple revealed with the new processor, following the Mac Mini and new MacBook Air.

Just like the other new computers, the new MacBook Pro is the same price as the previous 13-inch version, costing $1,099.

It can be pre-ordered from today and will be available next week.

Like those other two computers, the 13-inch MacBook Pro looks the same as its predecessor on the outside, and Apple will continue to sell a version of the computer with an Intel processor.

But just as with those other two computers, the introduction of Apple’s M1 means that the computer is much faster without adding any extra thermal or power requirements, Apple said in its introduction.

The CPU is up to 2.8 times faster than the previous generation, and

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Alibaba Leads Chinese Internet Selloff Nearing $290 Billion

(Bloomberg) — Chinese technology giants from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. to Tencent Holdings Ltd shed almost $290 billion of market value over two days of frantic selling, as investors scrambled to assess the fallout from Beijing’s broadest attempt to rein in its most powerful private-sector firms.

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Technology shares tumbled for a second day after Beijing issued regulations designed to curb the growing influence of internet-sector leaders including JD.com Inc., Meituan and Xiaomi Corp. The Hang Seng Tech Index slumped more than 6% on Wednesday in Hong Kong, taking its two-day loss to 11%. Shares in the quintet of firms have sunk at least 11% over two sessions.

Beijing on Tuesday unveiled regulations to root out monopolistic practices in the internet industry, pivoting away from a mostly hands-off approach while dealing a blow to businesses at the heart of the world’s No. 2 economy. The vaguely worded edict landed

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Dark web: Underground forums remain a hotbed of COVID-19 scams

From fake coronavirus ‘cures’ to counterfeit travel documents and scam calling services, COVID-19 continues to offer plenty of monetization opportunities for cyber criminals, say researchers from Trustwave.

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Your valuable data could be at risk.

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Fake COVID-19 cures, counterfeit travel documents and scam call services are amongst the services being traded on the dark web, as cyber criminals continue to look for ways of exploiting the 2020 health crisis.

Cybercrime has been a persistent issue throughout 2020 as uncertainties around the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent shift to remote working have opened up new ways for crooks to cash in on the situation.

SEE: Identity theft protection policy (TechRepublic Premium)    

In closed forums on the dark web, criminals are trading vast databases of consumer information gathered via data breaches and phishing attacks, but also through readily-available government databases.

Cybersecurity firm Trustwave has been monitoring activity related to COVID-19

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Tya Winn takes helm at Philly Community Design Collaborative

The success that made her believe

Winn’s first triumph that made her think she could use design to change a community happened soon after she began working at Logan CDC in 2012.

Parklets, parks created in former parallel parking spaces, were popping up in University City. Logan CDC and the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities were behind the project. The parklets were all in traditional commercial corridors outside of restaurants, and they were functioning mainly as additional outdoor dining.

Winn reimagined the concept for the Logan Branch of The Free Library of Philadelphia. She wanted to create a space for people to read, work or just enjoy a public space. It was not a typical project at the time, but she convinced her boss at the CDC to let her do it.

“I was like, ‘Well, I’ll do the whole brand,’” she said. “I don’t need your grant writer.

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Insights on the Embedded Computer Market 2020-2024: COVID-19 Industry Analysis, Market Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2024

The embedded computer market is expected to grow by $ 856.91 mn, progressing at a CAGR of over 5% during the forecast period. Download Free Sample Report

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Embedded Computer Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The demand for IoT devices is one of the major factors propelling market growth. However, IoT security challenges will hamper the market growth.

More details: https://www.technavio.com/report/embedded-computer-market-industry-analysis

Embedded Computer Market: Product Landscape

Based on the product, the COMs segment is expected to witness lucrative growth during the forecast period.

Embedded Computer Market: Geographic Landscape

By geography, Europe is going to have a lucrative growth during the forecast period. About 36% of the market’s overall growth is expected to originate from Europe. Germany is a key market for embedded computers in Europe.

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) for pros – an introduction

What is AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the name of Amazon’s comprehensive suite of cloud tools for business and professionals, known as a “cloud platform.”

See also: What is Microsoft Azure? Azure certification for professionals

With an ever-growing number of companies relying on these types of services, familiarity with AWS is an increasingly sought after skill. If you are an IT professional, gaining AWS certification could increase the range of jobs you can apply for as well as your potential salary.

This post will serve as your broad introduction to AWS. You’ll learn what services the platform offers, how businesses use them, and how to learn the ropes.

What is AWS?

While most programs and apps you use daily run natively on your device, many of their most critical features are actually outsourced to remote servers.

Many of the most critical features of apps are actually outsourced to remote servers.

For example,

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