Apple's new Macbook chips, Sony teases PS5's power
This is c|net and here the stories that matter right now, Apple has debuted ninth generation Core i seven and I nine CPUs for its Mac Book line marking the first time and he core processor has been available and a MacBook.
Also addressed by the company is the now infamous butterfly keyboard issue to which Apple says it has changed the actual mechanism And we'll extend warranties on laptops that have malfunctioning keyboards all the way back to the original 12 inch Macbook.
The United States Postal Service is joining forces with two simple self-driving trucking startup and an experimental test program to deliver mail between Dallas and Phoenix.
The tests will include five full round trips.
It will be accompanied by a safety engineer for the entire time.
There's no word on what the future of automated mail delivery could look like, but it's interesting to see the USPS exploring the idea.
Finally the Faucet drip rollout of PlayStation 5 information continues, within Investor Relations meeting showing off performance improvements.
From the PS4 to the PS5.
All thanks to a new CPU GPU and an SSD storage.
Don't expect the true PS5 announcement anytime soon thou.
Sony has even opted out of attending this year's E3 expo.
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