Apple Is Suspending Sales of Its Newest Watches. What to Know

From CNET: Apple will pause sales of its two newest smartwatches, the Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2, in the US this month because of an ongoing legal battle with health tech company Masimo.

The US International Trade Commission, the federal agency that handles trade-related mandates, previously...

Adobe explains why it abandoned the Figma deal

From The Verge: Adobe just abandoned its $20 billion deal to buy Figma, and now we know why. In an interview on the Decoder podcast with The Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel, Adobe general counsel Dana Rao said that the company couldn’t prove to European regulators that the acquisition wouldn’t...

MSI heralds ‘revolutionary’ Spatium M570 Pro Frozr PCIe 5.0 SSD

From Tom's Hardware: MSI has expanded its Spatium M570 SSD family. The new MSI Spatium M570 Pro Frozr PCIe 5.0 SSD’s main distinguishing feature is its sizable passive cooler, which is nearly 72 mm tall. It is claimed that the fitting of the chunky heatpipe threaded cooling block you can see in the...

Comcast Xfinity data breach affects over 35 million people

From The Verge: Comcast is notifying Xfinity customers of a “data security incident” it says resulted in the theft of customer information, including usernames, passwords, contact information, partial social security numbers, and more. In a notice on Monday, Xfinity said “there was unauthorized...

Mod replaces DLSS with AMD’s FSR3 on older Nvidia cards

From PC World: The rivalry between Nvidia and AMD is never-ending, but new battle lines are forming around the companies’ competing approaches to frame generation tech. AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution 3 (FSR3) recently went open source, allowing modders to add it into games that don’t natively...

Adobe abandons $20 billion acquisition of Figma

From The Verge: Following mounting pressure from regulators in the UK and EU, Adobe and Figma announced on Monday that both companies are mutually terminating their merger agreement, which would have seen Adobe acquire the Figma product design platform for $20 billion.

As a result of the...

MSI says motherboards supporting 256GB RAM are coming soon

From PC World: You can never have too much memory, in the same sense that you can never have too much toilet paper. If this philosophy appeals to you, you might want to check out the latest news from manufacturer MSI. The company announced that it’s enabling support for up to 256GB of DDR5 RAM on at...

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