Technology News for Friday 10th June 2022

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Jun 10th 2022

1. Researchers discover a new hardware vulnerability in the Apple M1 chip

Domain: news.mit.edu | Companies: Apple

Now, researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have found a crack: Their novel hardware attack, called PACMAN, shows that pointer authentication can be defeated without even leaving a trace. Moreover, PACMAN ...

2. MIT researchers uncover 'unpatchable' flaw in Apple M1 chips

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A photo of Apple's M1 chip on a multicolored background. Image Credits: Getty Images. Apple's M1 chips have an “unpatchable” hardware vulnerability that could allow attackers to ...

3. Telegram confirms it'll launch a premium sub this month

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Free messaging app Telegram is getting into the subscription game. Founder Pavel Durov confirmed today a paid offering is coming later this month which will go above and beyond the current free experience — so a premium offer — without, per the post on ...

4. Salone del Mobile 2022: The 12 Best Installations at Milan Design Week

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Here, we've handpicked the best installations we saw this week, from Sabine Marcelis's giant, pink marble bathtub in the crumbling rooms of a former military hospital at Alcova, to the usual faves from fashion brands like Loewe, Hermès, and Louis Vuitton, ...

5. Sony PlayStation's New God of War Video Game Planned for November

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(Bloomberg) -- The highly anticipated PlayStation game God of War Ragnarok is planned for release this November, according to three people familiar with the game's development, despite reports this week that it had slipped to 2023.

6. Samsung launches Smart Monitor M8 32-inch in India at Rs 59999: Know more

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The display will be available in sunset pink and spring green colours from June 15 on Samsung's official online store, Samsung Shop, Amazon and select retail stores. Later this year, the display will be available in the daylight blue and warm white colour ...

7. Most Powerful AMG Now In India: Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Priced From Rs. 5.50 Crore Onwards

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Most Powerful AMG Now In India: Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Priced From Rs. 5.50 Crore Onwards. Only two examples of the high-performance road car are set to make it to India with ...

8. Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series priced at 5.50 crore in India; deliveries commence

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To optimise the performance V8, this engine uses a flat-plane crankshaft instead of a cross-plane unit, then gets new and larger turbochargers and an intercooler. In fact, Mercedes has added a new camshaft in it and has revised the firing order.

9. Dell introduces slimmer, lighter XPS 13 and detachable XPS 2-in-1

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After a few years pumping out XPS 13 laptops in the same old chassis, Dell has at last given its flagship ultraportable a major design overhaul. The new laptop comes hot on the heels of the launch of the XPS 13 Plus – which introduced a touchbar and a ...

10. Google Issues New Security Warning For Chrome Browser Users

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Google has warned Chrome users that multiple new vulnerabilities have been found in its browser. Fixes will roll out "over the coming days/weeks" though it is possible to protect yourself right now. Google published the news on its official Chrome blog ...

11. Tesla Files For Another Stock Split—Reveals Billionaire Larry Ellison To Leave Board

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Elon Musk in Washington, DC. Getty Images. Key Facts. Tesla said in its annual proxy filing that it will hold a shareholder vote to allow a 3 ...

12. Apple Confirms Unexpected Upgrade Coming To Millions Of iPhones

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This should make the Portrait mode effect even more realistic by more-accurately simulating the look of professional cameras with wide-aperture lenses. Blurring the background of a portrait shot will make your subject pop, but a real wide-aperture lens ...

13. 'God Of War Ragnarok' Delay And Release Date Rumors Are All Over The Place

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News and opinion about video games, television, movies and the internet. Follow. Jun 10, 2022, 08:48am EDT ...

14. How Multiplayer Works - Online and Local

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This part of IGN's Mario Strikers: Battle League wiki guide covers how to play multiplayer. There are a ton of options for online, wireless, and local multiplayer in the new Mario Strikers, and we'll walk you through how to access and get the most out ...

15. Did Chance '98 Meeting at Photocopier Bode End of COVID Pandemic? Ask These 2

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Two researchers, Dr. Katalin Karikó and Dr. Drew Weissman, were awarded the Ross Prize this year for their decades-long effort in the mRNA technology behind the COVID-19 vaccine. Here is their story ...

16. LGBTQ community's battle for the dinosaur emoji; Key moments from Jan. 6 hearing

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Dinosaur emojis have been widely used by the LGBTQ+ community online for a long time — but then people started to notice anti-trans users posting them. WBUR's Endless Thread podcast explores the tug of war over the use of the dino emoji.

17. Firefox and Chrome are squaring off over ad-blocker extensions

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There's a growing split over how much room browsers should leave for ad blocking — and Chrome and Firefox have ended up on opposite sides of the fight. The rupture centers on a feature called Web Request, commonly used in ad blockers and crucial for ...

18. I hope we see Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 next week

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The event will be about more than just the latest on the FFVII Remake, it seems. Square Enix is calling it the Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Celebration Broadcast, and we can expect to hear more about content coming to its prequel meets battle royale ...

19. The Quarry Lets You Experience What's Great About Slasher Films

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The developer Supermassive Games makes interactive dramas that tap into this effect. Its games mix slasher films with video game mechanics, a system the company calls the “butterfly effect,” referencing chaos theory, where the action of each character can ...