Iceland has the best Internet in Europe
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Least Borjked  

Research by VPS Server has found that Iceland has the best internet in Europe.

Suppliers should buy chips sold to blacklisted Yangtze Memory Technologies back
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Do the right  thing

Blacklisted Yangtze Memory Technologies Co has asked its suppliers to buy back the chips and equipment it is forbidden to use.

Micron thinks AI will save it from China crisis
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Reporting a huge third-quarter loss but sees light at end of tunnel 

Micron reported a third-quarter loss and a 57 per cent drop in revenue yesterday, but its Chief Executive Sanjay Mehrotra said that things could only get better.

EU clamps down on DIY geo-engineers
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Don't mess with the weather 

The European Union is calling for talks on a potential international framework on how to treat deliberately atmosphere-altering technologies, which are known as geoengineering.

Minecraft dev team exits Reddit
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Reddit revolt escalates 

The Minecraft dev team has left Reddit joining the protest against the board's hamfisted attempt to increase revenues. 

PlayStation software margins leaked
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Revealed when scanned

Sony's highly confidential information about its PlayStation business was revealed by mistake during the court battle between the FTC and Microrosft.

Nvidia Geforce RTX 4060 8GB reviews are live
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Roundup: Available tomorrow, starting at $299

Nvidia has lifted the review NDA for the Geforce RTX 4060 8GB graphics. The new Geforce RTX 4060 8GB graphics card is set to be available as of tomorrow June 29th, with $299 MSRP. There is no Founders Edition for the Geforce RTX 4060, so all reviewed graphics cards are custom versions from Nvidia AIC partners.

Chipzilla shows off Latent Diffusion Model for 3D
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Uses generative AI to create realistic 3D visual content

Intel Labs and Blockade Labs have developed Latent Diffusion Model for 3D (LDM3D), a diffusion model that uses generative AI to create realistic 3D visual content.

Parental and employer spyware gave details to criminals and paedophiles
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Ironic, don’t ya think?

Parents who thought they were protecting their children by spying on them have placed them in danger by using an Android app which has been hacked.

Red Hat in full spin mode after restrictions on Enterprise Linux sources
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Open source rebellion

Red Hat is finding itself with a rebellion on its hands after it announced it would limit access to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux sources by putting them behind the Red Hat Customer Portal and limited to the CentOS Stream sources.