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Microsoft is adding third-party plugins and additional skills to Copilot, and is also adding some new features to Windows 11 for Snap layouts, creativity and accessibility.
Hackers break into Anycubic 3D printers and leave a message, but only to warn it and its users of the exploit.
Intel's Special Edition Core i9-14900KS is nearing its launch as CPU packaging gets spotted in a Vietnam warehouse.
Nextorage has announced two new 8TB PCIe 4.0 SSDs: NE1N8TB for desktops and laptops and NEM-PA8TB for the PlayStation 5.
Former Intel India head Avtar Singh Saini who played a crucial role in the development of Intel 386, 486, Pentium and Itanium series processors,
Valmond has taken the wraps off its upcoming VisionBoard mechanical keyboard with an integrated high-resolution touch screen and single Type-C connection.
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