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Another extremely rare copy of Zelda is heading to auction, and it could break records

What just happened? Imagine finding a sealed copy of a classic video game that predates your existence by 15 years and listing it on eBay before coming to the sudden realization that it is worth way more than you initially thought. That is what recently happened to a 22-year-old from California, and now his game

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Juniper is being sued by shareholders worried about the fairness of HPE acquisition

Why it matters: Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) recently disclosed its intention to acquire Juniper Networks for $14 billion. The operation would significantly expand HPE’s portfolio of network products, but Juniper shareholders are seeking a closer (and fairer) examination of the potentially unfavorable deal. Juniper shareholder John Zaita has filed a lawsuit against the company’s board

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Intel confirms iGPU details & process nodes for Arrow Lake & Lunar Lake

What just happened? Speaking on the sidelines of the IFS Direct 2024 event, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger confirmed that TSMC will manufacture the Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake CPU, GPU, and NPU chips this year. According to Gelsinger, the Arrow Lake CPUs will be built on TSMC’s 3nm N3 process node, while Lunar Lake will

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Smart gloves could use haptic feedback to teach physical skills

Forward-looking: Gloves and haptic feedback have been tested as digital input methods repeatedly over the decades, but the technology still hasn’t received wide acceptance. A new MIT project using machine learning could make wearable haptic feedback more accurate and impactful for various applications. Researchers from MIT have developed smart gloves that can record, transmit, and

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US government seeking a CHIPS Act 2.0 to properly fund domestic semiconductor industry

Money Money Money: The CHIPS and Science Act was officially signed into law on August 9, 2022, authorizing around $280 billion in federal subsidies to boost domestic research and manufacturing of advanced semiconductor technology. The United States Secretary of Commerce says that the nearly $300 billion is still insufficient to achieve world dominance in the

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PlayStation VR 2 will start supporting PCs later this year

Why it matters: As concerns grow regarding the future of VR gaming, Sony’s decision to make its PlayStation 5 headset, the PS VR2, compatible with PCs could significantly impact the sector. Although no specific PC titles compatible with PS VR2 have been announced, the headset’s pricing and eye-tracking functionality position it as a top contender

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Xiaomi takes potshots at Apple iPad Pro with its new flagship tablet

Why it matters: Xiaomi’s upcoming Pad 6S Pro appears to be trying to attract iPad buyers to its growing tablet ecosystem, especially in China. However, it remains to be seen whether the company’s innovative cross-device features and HyperOS software, which resembles iOS, can genuinely entice Apple’s loyal user base. Xiaomi has unveiled its latest flagship

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Asus expands its single-board computer line with new Tinker Board 3N models

In brief: Aside from being the world’s fifth largest PC vendor by unit sales, Asus entered the single-board computer (SBC) business in recent years with its “Tinker” board line. The Taiwanese manufacturer is now expanding the Tinker offering with new Arm-based devices. Asus is adding new SBC products to its “Tinker Board 3” products, a

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