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Government appoints investigators to analyse Post Office Capture software used before Horizon

The government is bringing in specialist investigators to examine whether a Post Office software application in use during the 1990s – before the controversial Horizon system was introduced – may have also caused subpostmasters to have been wrongly prosecuted. The Capture system was a PC-based application developed by the Post Office and uploaded onto a…

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Foldable MacBook rumors make iPadOS 18 and macOS 15 even more exciting

Two separate sources with great track records at reporting Apple rumors said last week that a foldable MacBook is on track to launch at some point in 2026. The expensive device could hit stores even earlier than expected, possibly featuring a crease-free display and the M5 chip.The foldable MacBook would look just like a MacBook…

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AMD Ryzen 9000 CPUs could go on sale in July – great news for consumers, but terrible news for Intel

AMD is about to reveal its next-gen Zen 5 desktop CPUs, which are expected to be the Ryzen 9000 family, next week – and the processors should be on sale not long after that, if a leaker is correct.VideoCardz noticed that on Chiphell, leaker wjm47196 – a regular contributor to the grapevine, albeit a clunkily…

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iPad 10 got a price cut, but buying one from Apple is still a mistake

When Apple launched its new M4 iPad Pro and M2 iPad Air tablets, there was no new entry-level iPad to go along with them. If you follow along with Apple rumors though, you knew not to expect one. Instead, the iPad 10 stayed in Apple’s lineup at a new price point of $349 instead of…

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Intel Arrow Lake looks set for a September launch – but that might be too late in the battle of next-gen CPUs against AMD Ryzen 9000

Intel has announced that it’ll hold its Innovation event late in September, and it’s likely that this will be where we see the revelation of Arrow Lake, Team Blue’s next-gen desktop chips.VideoCardz reports that Intel has told us the date to mark in our calendars for the annual event, with Innovation 2024 set to run…

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Why reliable data is essential for trustworthy AI

After decades where artificial intelligence (AI) was largely confined to research projects, niche applications or even science fiction, it’s now a mainstream business tool. Driven by applications such as Google’s Bard (now Gemini), Mistral and ChatGPT especially, generative AI (GenAI) is already impacting the workplace.  Industry analyst Gartner, for example, predicts 95% of workers will…

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Google should cancel AI Overviews in Search and end this nightmare

Google “upgraded” the Google Search experience at I/O 2024, bringing AI Overviews to the top of search results. This seemed like a good idea, at least from Google’s perspective, since there’s no hotter trend in tech right now than AI. Google wants users to let Google do the googling for them and speed up the…

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Apple figured out how to make the iPhone 16 Pro’s bezels ultra-thin

As someone looking to upgrade to the iPhone 16 this fall, I’m not worried about production issues or launch delays. This isn’t Apple’s first rodeo, and there’s no life-threatening emergency like the pandemic that could mess with the regular iPhone production schedule.However, in early April, we saw reports that Apple’s smartphone display vendors were struggling…

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Executive Interview: Why Dell wants to be your one-stop AI shop

When Michael Dell stepped onto the keynote stage at Dell Technologies World 2024 and said that the past 40 years of the organisation’s history were essentially the “pregame” for the world of artificial intelligence (AI), the people who helped him build the company from its humble beginnings into a global technology powerhouse could perhaps be…

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The powerful Roborock S8+ robot vacuum does things Roomba can’t

Roborock started as something of a budget brand, but that quickly changed. These days, Roborock is best known for making some of the best and most advanced robot vacuums you can get. The company’s newer models are among the top-reviewed flagship robots out there. But they also cost well over $1,000, and are overkill for…

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