China Unveils Open Source OS, Nvidia takes Action against Intel, Google Tests Medical AI Chatbot, Old Windows Updates Restored, and Xbox Series Subscription Offers Emulators
- China has released its first open source operating system to reduce its dependency on American tech
- Nvidia is reportedly pressuring its board partners to stay away from Intel’s battle mage cards
- Intel’s battle mage card development is having major issues and may not launch until the second half of 2021
- Google has been testing a medical AI chatbot in hospitals since April
- Project devs have restored functionality to old Windows update web pages, allowing users to update their OS up to Windows 98
- Xbox series consoles can now run emulators for a two dollar subscription.
Digital Piracy and Smuggling Attempts Foiled by Customs Agents
- Digital Rights Management (DRM) software is being tested for its effect on game performance
- NASA is sending a robot to Australia to test its ability to perform in dangerous and inhospitable environments such as the Moon or Mars
- A smuggler was apprehended entering China from Macau with 420 M.2 SSDs valued at 33-thousand dollars
- Another smuggler was apprehended with 306 Intel CPUs hidden in a shampoo bottle around his waist and legs.