A new Apple Pay flaw allows hackers to steal money from your locked iPhone

A group of researchers at the Birmingham and Surrey Universities in the UK have revealed a new iPhone flaw that allows attackers to perform unauthorized contactless payments by exploiting a weakness in Apple Pay’s Express Transit feature while using a …


A group of researchers at the Birmingham and Surrey Universities in the UK have revealed a new iPhone flaw that allows attackers to perform unauthorized contactless payments by exploiting a weakness in Apple Pay's Express Transit feature while using a Visa card.

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An Interview with Intel Lab’s Mike Davies: The Next Generation of Neuromorphic Research

As part of the launch of the new Loihi 2 chip, built on a pre-production version of Intel’s 4 process node, the Intel Labs team behind its Neuromorphic efforts reached out for a chance to speak to Mike Davies, the Director of the project. Now it…

As part of the launch of the new Loihi 2 chip, built on a pre-production version of Intel’s 4 process node, the Intel Labs team behind its Neuromorphic efforts reached out for a chance to speak to Mike Davies, the Director of the project. Now it is perhaps no shock that Intel’s neuromorphic efforts have been on my radar for a number of years – as a new paradigm of computing compared to the traditional von Neumann architecture, and one that is meant to mimic brains and take advantages of such designs, if it works well then it has the potential to shake up specific areas of the industry, as well as Intel’s bottom line. Also, given that we’ve never really covered Neuromorphic computing in any serious detail here on AnandTech, it would be a great opportunity to get details on this area of research, as well as the newest hardware, direct from the source.

ABB’s Terra 360 can charge your EV in under 15 minutes

With Tesla planning to open its Superchargers to EVs from other manufacturers soon, owners won’t have to wait as long to fully charge their car. Tesla’s latest version of the Supercharger is said to charge a car with 200 miles of range in about 15 minu…


With Tesla planning to open its Superchargers to EVs from other manufacturers soon, owners won't have to wait as long to fully charge their car. Tesla's latest version of the Supercharger is said to charge a car with 200 miles of range in about 15 minutes, which should improve waiting times significantly.

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Nintendo has ‘no plans’ to launch a 4K Switch, despite rumors to the contrary

This unfortunate news comes on the heels of recent reports that Nintendo had recently been ‘supplying tools’ to developers to assist them in creating 4K Switch titles. Judging by how fast Nintendo responded to the situation, It seems the Japanese gamin…


This unfortunate news comes on the heels of recent reports that Nintendo had recently been 'supplying tools' to developers to assist them in creating 4K Switch titles. Judging by how fast Nintendo responded to the situation, It seems the Japanese gaming giant wants to squash any 4K Switch rumors before...

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Corsair Xeneon 32QHD165 32″ Gaming Monitor Review


Corsair has launched their first ever monitor called the Xeneon 32QHD165, a 32-inch 1440p 165Hz gaming monitor aiming at the premium segment with 100% Adobe RGB coverage and FreeSync/G-Sync compatibility.

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Corsair has launched their first ever monitor called the Xeneon 32QHD165, a 32-inch 1440p 165Hz gaming monitor aiming at the premium segment with 100% Adobe RGB coverage and FreeSync/G-Sync compatibility.

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