Technology News Across the World

  • Samsung claims it has sold 1 million Galaxy Folds.
  • Google on Tuesday released an update to its Chrome browser with a slew of new features that are heavy on security. It offers improved password protection over earlier versions, real-time phishing protection, and predictive phishing tools.
  • Cisco says it wants to change the future of the Internet and has rolled out the new silicon, hardware and software it says will move toward that goal.
  • WhatsApp Will Stop Working On Windows Phones, Some Androids And iPhones From Dec 31 Onwards.
  • Microsoft Teams is now available on Linux as a public preview, the first time an Office 365 application has been brought to the open source operating system.
  • Google buys UK artificial intelligence start-up Deepmind for £400m.
  • Intel Comet Lake leak gives us a taste of how the CPUs might compare to AMD Ryzen 3000.
  • Amazon wants to crush Intel Xeon and AMD Epyc with new Graviton2 chips. AWS Graviton2 7nm SoCs follow-on from the original Graviton models (obviously) and use Arm’s Neoverse N1 architecture as the previous speculation dictated.