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Elon Musk Responds to Twitter’s Lawsuit Over $44 Billion Deal
Elon Musk Responds to Twitter’s Lawsuit Over $44 Billion Deal.    Source: The New York times
The demise of Nikon and Canon DSLRs is a good thing.    Says: TechRadar
Honor Magic4 Pro 5G – Honor’s flagship smartphone comes with plenty of features.    Source: NoteBookCheck.net
Democratic lawmakers ask federal agencies to crack down on crypto mining.    Source: The Verge
Microsoft Could Release Windows 12 as Early as 2024.   Source: IGN
Nvidia RTX 4090 graphics card could arrive in October (but don’t bank on it).    Source: TechRadar
Apple @ Work: Managed Device Attestation is Apple’s rethinking of securing access to critical resources.    Source: 9to5Mac
The Sims 4 is expanding its sexual orientation options with new update.    Source: The Verge
FCC Says US Needs $3 Billion More To Replace Huawei, ZTE Gear.    Source: Asia Financial
Garmin HRM-Pro Plus launches as heart rate and running dynamics monitor.    Source: NoteBookCheck.net
Fans of the 6.1 inch iPhone Pro series will have to wait until 2024 for a periscope telephoto camera.    Source: Anthony on Twitter
The Twitter app has a new chirp sound.    The Verge
Rattled and uncertain of its future, Twitter stumbles on.    Source: Dunya News
Intel Will Raise the Price of Its CPUs in 2022.    Source: IGN
Halo Infinite’s network co-op test is now live.    Source: The Verge
Galaxy A33 5g, Galaxy A52 5g & Galaxy A52s 5g have all started receiving the July security update.    Source: Anthony on Twitter
ESPN Plus price is increasing from $6.99 per month to $9.99.    Source: The Verge
Strategies Samsung is considering for Samsung Foundry in order to remain competitive:
#1: New factories in the US & Europe
#2: Spin-off Samsung Foundry.    Source: Anthony on Twitter
AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT could have a total of 384 MB of Infinity Cache thanks to 3D V-Cache on some models.    Source: NoteBookCheck.net

Google Maps’ eco-friendly driving could be taken to a new level saving you some gas money.    Source: PhoneArena

Samsung’s successors to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 may ship in fewer quantities.    Source: Android Central

Instagram announces Subscriptions feature to increase creators’ revenue.     Source: 9to5Mac
Apple argues that anti-steering injunction was ‘legally improper’ in new brief.    Source: AppleInsider

Nothing opens the door for custom ROMs with kernel source release.    Source: Android Police

Motorola Edge 30 Ultra’s 200MP camera sample surfaces ahead of its launch.    Source: Android Central

Sony officially closes $3.6 billion acquisition of Bungie.    Source: The Verge
Nothing Phone 1
Problems the Nothing Phone 1 is having: –
Green tint on the display
– Humidity inside the cameras
– Dead pixels around the selfie camera Not a good start.   Source: Anthony on Twitter

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