Apple started deleting old apps from the App Store

Apple has started to remove from the App Store applications that have not been updated for a long time. Developers began to receive notifications to this effect.

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AMD introduced the 6nm Ryzen Pro 6000 processor

AMD today detailed the Ryzen Pro 6000 chips that will appear in high-end business laptops in the second quarter. Some of these chips have already been announced as part of the HP EliteBook 800 G9 series and the Lenovo ThinkPad Z and T series.

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The global share of Android devices decreased by 8% in 4 years

Despite the fact that Android remains the dominant mobile OS, its popularity, albeit slowly, but declining: In less than 4 years, the platform from Google has lost 8% of the global market of mobile devices, and Apple iOS, by contrast, has added 6 percentage points.

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Microsoft plans to release games from Japanese and Asian developers for the Xbox Series X|S

Microsoft is expanding its publishing team in the Asian region and plans to release breakthrough, high-budget Xbox Series X|S games from Japanese developers.

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Sony plans to add advertising to free video games on PlayStation

Sony Interactive Entertainment is developing a plan to place ads in games on PlayStation consoles. This was reported by the business publication Business Insider, citing its sources. Earlier it became known about a similar initiative of Microsoft.

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Fake Windows 11 update installs malware to steal information

Hackers are luring unsuspecting users with a fake Windows 11 update that comes with malware that steals browser data and cryptocurrency wallets.

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NVIDIA launches Restocked Reloaded campaign to improve graphics card availability

The situation with graphics cards today is definitely improving to the point where NVIDIA and its hardware partners have launched a "Restocked & Reloaded" campaign for the GeForce RTX 30 series.

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Adobe, Microsoft, and Intel will develop a video and photo authentication standard

A consortium of IT companies, joined by Adobe, Microsoft, Intel, Twitter, Sony, Nikon, BBC and Arm, intends to introduce a photo and video authentication standard in the coming years that will prevent the spread of false information on the global network.

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