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Not a genuine iPhone battery? Apple now locks your iPhone
Using a non-genuine Apple battery in your iPhone? Apple will block key iOS features now.
Rising use of Smart Phones has Driven the Wireless Charging Market at a CAGR of 30% : IndustryARC
USB Promoter Group announces next-gen USB4 specification
USB4 specification teased, continues to ride Thunderbolt with up to 40Gbps of bandwidth.
Optoma launches 4K550 and 4K550ST
Of course: Razer's next-gen gaming phone should have RGBs
Razer's next-gen smartphone will reportedly have Chroma LED effects built-in, will light up during notifications.
USB 3.0 Promoter Group announces USB 3.2 update
SuperO's C7X299-PG revealed
SuperO shows off its new C7X299-PG motherboard.
ASUS Republic of Gamers announces Maximus IX Extreme
Google introduced Android nine years ago today
Today, Android is the most popular operating system by far, which isn't surprising since so many phone manufacturers use it for their devices.
Hack-proof RFID chips to protect credit cards and more in the future
Texas Instruments and MIT have developed a new type of RFID that's far more secure than it's ever been before. Something that can thwart most attacks.
Intel and TI team up with Arduino to launch two new dev boards
Arduino partners up with Intel and Texas Instruments to launch two new high-powered Arduino-compatible development boards.
Chipworks takes a look inside the Lightning connector's authentication chip
Chipworks tears down the new Lightning connector chip. It appears to implement some simple security.
AMD, ARM, Imagination, MediaTek and Texas Instruments Unleash the Next Era of Computing Innovation
RumorTT: Texas Instruments start work on new iPhone parts
RumorTT: Texas Instruments are working on power management chip for new iPhone.
Research and Markets: Microprocessor Market to 2015 - Cloud Computing to Fuel Growth of Microprocessors
AMD Radeon 6970 delay due to component shortage
AMD has a parts shortage, is this the reason for the HD6970 being delayed?
Intel to Acquire Texas Instruments' Cable Modem Unit