TSMC says consumer demand for smartphones, PCs and TVs is slowing

TSMC Chairman Mark Liu said demand for smartphones, PCs and televisions is waning, especially in China. Part of the problem is the fact that costs for components and materials are on the rise due to supply chain issues, pushing up production costs in t…


TSMC Chairman Mark Liu said demand for smartphones, PCs and televisions is waning, especially in China. Part of the problem is the fact that costs for components and materials are on the rise due to supply chain issues, pushing up production costs in the process. "Such pressure could eventually be...

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Apple changes developer guidelines to allow Dutch dating apps to offer alternative payments systems

So far, the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has fined Apple €5 million ($5.7 million) per week for the last 10 weeks for not compiling with its mandate. The ACM is only authorized to fine Apple up to €50 million ($55.4 million), so the penalt…


So far, the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has fined Apple €5 million ($5.7 million) per week for the last 10 weeks for not compiling with its mandate. The ACM is only authorized to fine Apple up to €50 million ($55.4 million), so the penalties had to stop this week regardless of the situation.

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Cooler Master M2000 Platinum 2000 W Review

There are very few desktop PSUs with 2 kW or more maximum power output. The Cooler Master M2000 Platinum is one. While a good performer and very efficient at even full load, it is very expensive, only has 200–240 V input, and isn’t ATX v3.0 ready.

There are very few desktop PSUs with 2 kW or more maximum power output. The Cooler Master M2000 Platinum is one. While a good performer and very efficient at even full load, it is very expensive, only has 200–240 V input, and isn't ATX v3.0 ready.

Epic Games sued by choreographer for allegedly using copyrighted dance moves in Fortnite

Kotaku reports that the person suing Epic this time is Kyle Hanagami, a professional choreographer. He’s worked with several massive names, including Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, and NSYNC. He also created dances for Netflix’s animate…


Kotaku reports that the person suing Epic this time is Kyle Hanagami, a professional choreographer. He's worked with several massive names, including Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, and NSYNC. He also created dances for Netflix's animated movie Over the Moon.

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