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Apple sues former chief architect of the iPhone and iPad microprocessors, who quit in February to start data center chip startup Nuvia, for breach of contract (Shaun Nichols/The Register)

Shaun Nichols / The Register: Apple sues former chief architect of the iPhone and iPad microprocessors, who quit in February to start data center chip startup Nuvia, for breach of contract  —  CEO accused of breaching contract with Cupertino, fires back in court  —  Apple is suing the former chief architect of its iPhone …

Cosmose AI, a Shanghai-based analytics software provider that anticipates how people shop offline, raises $12M seed led by TDJ Pitango and OTB Ventures (Kyle Wiggers/VentureBeat)

Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat: Cosmose AI, a Shanghai-based analytics software provider that anticipates how people shop offline, raises $12M seed led by TDJ Pitango and OTB Ventures  —  Keeping abreast of shopping trends online is straightforward enough — whole categories of startups achieve this with predictive modeling.

Oculus Quest becomes the first VR set with native hand tracking, available to users as an experimental feature this week and with an SDK for devs next week (Sam Machkovech/Ars Technica)

Sam Machkovech / Ars Technica: Oculus Quest becomes the first VR set with native hand tracking, available to users as an experimental feature this week and with an SDK for devs next week  —  Goes live “this week;” promising October tease has us cautiously optimistic.  —  3 with 3 posters participating

Pundits proclaimed the death of the PC since the iPad was announced nearly a decade ago, but with 250M+ sold annually, PCs, while not growing, are far from dead (Ed Bott/ZDNet)

Ed Bott / ZDNet: Pundits proclaimed the death of the PC since the iPad was announced nearly a decade ago, but with 250M+ sold annually, PCs, while not growing, are far from dead  —  Back on January 27, 2010, a very Big Thinker declared the PC dead.  A decade later, the PC is very much alive, although a time traveler from 2010 might not recognize it.

An overview of 5G rollout plans in the US, technical limitations of millimeter-wave, mid-band, and low-band 5G frequencies, the state of 5G hardware, and more (Rob Pegoraro/Ars Technica)

Rob Pegoraro / Ars Technica: An overview of 5G rollout plans in the US, technical limitations of millimeter-wave, mid-band, and low-band 5G frequencies, the state of 5G hardware, and more  —  5G is many things—but the most interesting part is what it will eventually become.  —  127 with 80 posters participating
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