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Amazon is reportedly facing antitrust investigations into its cloud business

Amazon is reportedly being investigated in the United States for potentially anti-competitive cloud computing policies. According to a Bloomberg report, Federal Trade Commission investigators have broadened their scope beyond retail stores from Amazon to AWS (Amazon Web Services), which could mean that the FTC is trying to determine whether Amazon is using its cloud department against Antitrust violates AWS's policy …

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Pokémon Go maker Niantic and Qualcomm are working on AR glasses

Apple: Niantic (from Pokémon Go and Harry Potter Wizard's Unite) and Qualcomm are currently working on augmented reality glasses, as the two companies have announced. In the not too distant future, you could catch Pokémon or banish monsters, or do whatever is included in Niantic's next game without having to clumsily hold your phone in front of your face to …

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The cheapest computer in the world now costs less than $ 20

Online retailer Gearbest is now selling the A95X MiniQ, an Android Mini PC that can also act as a thin client, for only $ 19.69, including free shipping from China to most countries. This is far less than even the cheapest Raspberry Pi and unlike the latter it is a fully configured personal computer that can be used immediately (assuming …

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Top Christmas gifts for retro gamers

Ready for a bet? We'd bet that if you got a game console as a kid, it's considered one of the best Christmas gifts you've ever opened. Why not rekindle the memory with one of these top retro gamer gifts? Whether you are cutting yourself in the slot machines or with a 16-bit console or are an absolute newbie in …

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AMD will not stop loading Ryzen CPUs with even more cores

How many CPU cores are too many? This is a tricky question for which there is no unambiguous answer, but whatever you think about it, AMD will not stop increasing capacity when it comes to loading mainstream Ryzen processors with more cores. This comes from AMD's CTO Mark Papermaster, who was interviewed by Tom's hardware and asked about a number …

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Viveport Infinity store adds support for Oculus Quest

HTC has announced that Viveport Infinity, its VR gaming subscription service, is now offering support for the Oculus Quest virtual reality headset through the Oculus Link beta. Since launching back in April 2019, Vive's monthly subscription service has offered a huge library of over 8,000 VR games and titles to compatible headsets, allowing VR headset owners to use alternative methods …

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