Apple unveils new Mac Pro

Apple has unveiled its new Mac Pro computer starting at $5,999 in the autumn. The new stainless steel desktop machine supports up to 28-core Intel Xeon processors, 1.5TB of RAM, eight PCI expansion slots and modular configuration.

Specialist mobile detection technology introduced in prisons

Justice Secretary David Gauke revealed today that new mobile detection technology in prisons in England and Wales will allow prison officers to pinpoint mobile phone signal down to precise cell location, as part of wider efforts to reduce violence and drug use and restore stability to the prison estate.

UK Government implements Google and Amazon Smart Speaker Usage

UK users can now use smart speakers like Google Home and Amazon 's Alexa to search for more than 12,000 pieces of government information For the past six months, a small team of experts from the Government Digital Service have been working on a trial project to allow people to access information from GOV.UK without having to touch a computer keyboard.

Intel announces Closure of 5G Smartphone Modem Business

Qualcomm and Apple announced Tuesday that they were settling their numerous multibillion-dollar legal fights and paving the way to bring Qualcomm chips back into the iPhone. A few hours later, Intel announced that the company was exiting the 5G Smartphone Modem Business, instead of turning their focus onto 5G infrastructure.

Millions of Facebook users data openly exposed to internet

What has has been clear for some time now is that Facebook quite simply can't be trusted with their users date. Every week or so there seems to be another scandal where the social media company has let down their users over privacy concerns.In the latest revelation, cyber security researchers have revealed that millions of Facebook user records have been "exposed to the internet" in what could be the latest shambles for the social network.

Android OS Disrupting Automotive OS Market

Google's Android automotive OS and Linux are likely to challenge the incumbent QNX, with major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) like Audi, Volkswagen, and the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubish alliance opting for Android in their next-generation vehicles.

FIS to acquire Worldpay for £32bn

US company Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) is to acquire Worldpay in a $43bn (£32bn) deal. This is the second time Worldpay, which was spun out of Britain’s Royal Bank of Scotland as a condition of its bailout during the financial crisis, has been acquired.

European Commission to hit Google with Third Antitrust Fine

Following a high-profile investigation, The European Commission is set to fine Google for hampering potential rival search advertisers, in the latest antitrust showdown between the EU and the US tech giant. Margrethe Vestager, EU competition commissioner, will announce the fine next week, according to people familiar with the case.

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