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Razer, Acer, Lenovo, Asus and others will use Nvidia's new tech to produce thinner, more powerful laptops.


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Linux 5.6.1 shipped on Wednesday morning as the first point release. That fixed some bugs in the media code, adding the ASUS USB-N10 Nano B1 to the rtl8188eu driver, adding a Comet Lake H PCI ID to the AHCI driver, adding some USB serial IDs, and a few other random fixes.


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Phoronix is the leading technology website for Linux hardware reviews, open-source news, Linux benchmarks, open-source benchmarks, and computer hardware tests.


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Phoronix is the leading technology website for Linux hardware reviews, open-source news, Linux benchmarks, open-source benchmarks, and computer hardware tests.


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Security researchers warn that the Zoom client for Windows could potentially expose a user's login password.


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Samsung is offering to buy back Galaxy S20 handsets purchased directly from the site for 50 percent of the purchase price, up to two years later.


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If you weren't paying attention to Oppo before, now's the time to start. The company's new standard-bearer delivers everything you'd want out of a 2020 flagship.


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LG makes perfectly good phones like the V60 ThinQ 5G, but its software tarnishes an otherwise great experience with antiquated menu items and outright missing features.


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Another day, another "iPhone SE 2" accessory leak. An alleged photograph of what is claimed to be Target's merchandise stocking system reveals an unreleased Zagg screen protector compatible with iPhone 6, 7, 8 and an as-yet-unreleased "iPhone 9."


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Apple's U.S.-based engineering team is reportedly "scrambling" to prevent delays of the company's rumored 5G iPhones, which are expected to debut this fall.


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The Civil Protection Department said Wednesday that 13,155 people have now died with the coronavirus in Italy, 727 more than Tuesday. Tuesday's daily rise had been 837.


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Deaths doubled in the north of Italy in the first three weeks of March with respect to their average in 2015-19 and have risen by 400% in coronavirus hotspot Bergamo, ISTAT said Wednesday.


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A Foggia care home for the elderly which has been closed for some time and which was bombed in January on Wednesday suffered a fresh dynamite attack.


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Rome prosecutors on Wednesday opened a probe into fraud involving fake charities allegedly funding hospitals and health facilities working in the coronavirus fight.


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A 26-year-old Senagalese-Italian man killed himself Tuesday night shortly after being told he had lost his job in a Milan food store because of he fall in sales due to the coronavirus.


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Italian police on Tuesday cited 6,700 people for breaking coronavirus lockdown rules, 39 of whom were cited for breaking quarantine.


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A hacker attack on Rome's infectious-disease Spallanzani Hospital failed a week ago, Lazio Health Councillor Alessio D'Amato said Wednesday. "We have excellent national systems to safeguard the public, which updates us on this," he said.


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An 80-year-old woman died in a building collapse in the historic centre of Alberona near Foggia in Puglia on Wednesday. She was the only victim of the collapse of two buildings, caused by a gas leak. Six people were pulled out of the rubble alive.


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A cold snap has hit southern Italy with snow on low ground in Matera, where the famed Sassi were dusted in white. Snow also fell in other parts of Basilicata as well as in nearby Benevento and Molise and the Gargano peninsula in Puglia.


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Six people have been pulled out from the rubble alive after two buildings collapsed at Alberona near Foggia on Wednesday, and one person is reportedly missing. The explosion was probably caused by a gas leak, police said.


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A man stabbed his wife on March 23 in a row over his staying at home for a month with coronavirus symptoms in Milan, police said Wednesday. The man has been arrested and is being held in hospital under police guard.


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Italy's coronavirus outbreak has reached the peak of infections but the south of the country is at risk, emergency commissioner Angelo Borrelli said Wednesday. "The situation in the north is more dramatic but the south is still at risk," he said.


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A row has erupted in Italy over parents being allowed to take their children out for a short walk amid the coronavirus lockdown.


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Italy's coronavirus lockdown will be extended until April 13, Health Minister Roberto Speranza said Wednesday.


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In addition to the 51 residents who have tested positive so far at Cedar Mountain — six staffers are also confirmed to have been stricken by the virus.


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A large haul of drugs, including opioids, methamphetamine and cocaine, being smuggled from Mexico to California was seized from a cross-border tunnel equipped with ventilation, lighting and an underground rail system, authorities said Tuesday.


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A Santa Fe man is facing charges after police say he entered a store and intentionally coughed on several people.


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An earthquake struck north of Boise Tuesday evening, with people across a large area reporting shaking.


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The infected students were among a group of 70 people in their 20s who flew down to Cabo San Lucas on a chartered plane about a week and a half ago.


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California plans to reduce its state jail population by up to 3,500 inmates to reduce crowding during the coronavirus pandemic.


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Elizabeth Henriquez, 57, was sentenced to seven months behind bars Monday after agreeing to pay more than $500,000 to scam her two children into elite colleges.


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That's how city paramedic Megan Pfeiffer summed up the increasingly grim local coronavirus situation to The Post.


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The newly diagnosed 2,212 cases brought the state's tally to 5,237 cases, representing a 30% increase in 24 hours, according to the Louisiana Department of Health.


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Public and charter schools in New York City and across the state have been ordered to cancel the scheduled April spring break and instead continue to provide remote instruction to students.


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A 95-year-old World War II vet living in Oregon has beaten COVID-19, according to a report.


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Sundee Rutter, a breast cancer survivor from Washington state who contracted the coronavirus, bid her loved ones farewell with a walkie-talkie.


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US hospitals are warning their employees to keep their mouths shut about their working conditions amid the coronavirus -- or risk being fired.


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Lead-footed cardiologist Sarosh Ashraf Janjua wrote that a Minnesota state trooper stopped her for speeding on I-35 last week.


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Herds of wild goats have taken over a north Wales town now that the streets are theirs for the taking amid the coronavirus lockdowns, according to a report.


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While the steps are in place to make Aquaman 2, there are other ideas floating around in WB's bay at the moment. Specifically, there are plans to make a spin-off called The Trench.


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Detecting super-spreaders is important to prevent the individual from infecting others, but doing that will prove difficult in Indonesia, experts say.


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A bear cub has been rescued after being ensnared in a trap at an oil palm plantation. Current regulations prohibit people from installing snare traps to capture wild animals.


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The countrys fatality rate, the ratio of confirmed cases to fatalities, is 8.33 percent – the highest among Southeast Asian countries.


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Regions across the country have started imposing travel restrictions and tightening border control to curb the spread of COVID-19 as the central government in Jakarta prepares to issue instructions on regional lockdowns.


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The government should publicly disclose information regarding COVID-19 positive patients recent travel history and place of residence in an effort to stem the transmission of the disease across the country, as recommended by a recent survey.


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The diagnostic test kits for tuberculosis could be redesigned to detect Sars-Cov-2.


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The associations asserted that medical workers were at risk of contracting the disease, especially those handling people infected by COVID-19 without wearing protective equipment.


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Former officers says many would go back into service to help their forces cope during the pandemic.


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Mario Gruda, aged 22, is accused of murdering 18-year-old Cameron Murfitt in Woolwich on 15 March.


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Rose and Rich Harper say they are confined to their cabin amid a sickness outbreak during a cruise.


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