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Intel stores 10nm chips and warns about persistent 14nm bottlenecks

Intel Skylake made using the 14 nm process. In its pay-as-you-go conference call, Intel warned that the chip shortage is expected to continue in the third area However, the company has announced that the 10nm manufacturing process is improving faster than expected, with more 10nm chips being sold this year can be assumed as previously. Intel's problematic migration to its …

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Is Meghan Markle too persistent for the royal family?

Becoming a member of the royal family would be intimidating for anyone. Even Kate Middleton, who came from a very prominent British family, sometimes found the royal life a bit overwhelming. We can only imagine how an American actress who was unfamiliar with the things and imperatives of royal life must have felt when she first realized that the Queen …

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Sony's third quarter financial results show persistent mobile losses

Sony has never been a top manufacturer of Android phones, but has been trying for a long time. With the smartphone market developing rapidly, Sony loses money for mobile devices every quarter. While Sony has earned money by the end of 2018, the mobile industry is still a loser. Sony's fiscal year starts in April, with new results coming in …

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Huawei CFO prison sentence was postponed on Tuesday for persistent tensions

Meng Wanzhou, who is detained in Canada and extradited to the United States, has been detained for ten days. The hearing, to determine whether she should be released before extradition, will continue on Tuesday after two days before a Canadian court. Meng was arrested on December 1 in Vancouver at the request of the US authorities. She is accused of …

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Facebook's Cheryl Sandberg can not remember being persistent, but "part of her job" crossed her desk. • The Register

Elliot Schrage, the outgoing political leader of Facebook, seems to have fallen into the sword because he smeared critics of the company. <img src = "https://regmedia.co.uk/2018/04/10/mark_zuckerberg.jpg?x=174&y=115&crop=1" width = "174" height = "115" alt = "Mark -CEO of Facebook, CEO of Facebook, at his last Almighty Zuck-up: OK, we tried to smear critics, but I was too indecisive to know it. …

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Chrome 71 to remove persistent abusive ads

Ads have almost become a dirty word on the Internet. What should and should have been, is for some a legitimate source of income. Not bad behavior of not a few market participants has polluted this market. Both users and browser makers play cat and mouse against bad behavior and even malicious advertising, and we have another round ahead of …

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Persistent bacteria on spacecraft can complicate search for foreign life

Researchers have discovered how superhard microbes persist on spacecraft and identify new ways to prevent them from hindering the search for extraterrestrial life. The search for life in space is one of the greatest challenges modern humans have decided to commit to. However, NASA does not want to complicate this search by accidentally injecting life that comes from Earth into …

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Persistent bacteria on spacecraft can complicate search for foreign life

A group of chemists found that bacteria lurking in the depths of spacecraft, including the ISS, are resistant to NASA's rigorous clean-up efforts. If left unchecked, the microbes could invade other worlds and thwart humanity's search for extraterrestrial life. ( NASA / Crew of STS-132 | Wikimedia Commons ) Researchers have discovered how superhard microbes persist on spacecraft and identify …

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Busboy, who held the dying RFK, speaks of persistent pain

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Juan Romero was a youthful Mexican immigrant who worked as a hotel employee 50 years ago when he entered one of the breakthrough moments of the decade. Romero had just stopped shaking hands with Robert F. Kennedy on the night of his victory in the California presidential election on June 5, 1968, when a gunman shot …

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