Sunday , October 21 2018

Technology

Microsoft’s new expense tracker Spend hits the App Store

The team behind mileage-tracking app MileIQ, a company Microsoft acquired a few years ago, is out with a new application. This time, the focus isn’t on tracking miles, but rather expenses. The new app, simply called “Spend,” arrived on the App Store on Thursday, offering automatic expense tracking for work …

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Samsung’s 7nm EUV Process Is Ready For Production

Samsung announced yesterday that its new 7nm node with EUV (Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography) is ready to begin risk production, just a week after TSMC made the same announcement. Despite the close proximity in announcements, our understanding is that the two companies are actually in rather different places as far as …

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Analyst: Apple Will Switch Away From Intel in 2020

Every now and then, a rumor pops up suggesting Apple will switch away from Intel microprocessors at some point in the relatively near future, in favor of its own ARM designs. It’s a topic my colleague Grant Brunner addressed as far back as 2012, and that I wrote about in …

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