iPhone 8 details leaked? HBO hacked, Game of Thrones info out ahead of schedule
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Some crucial iPhone eight details may have surfaced thanks to leaked firmware for Apple's forthcoming home pod, smart speaker.
Developers that have been examining the code have come across information that might outline the general look and shape of the phone, and also also suggests it will in fact contain facial recognition Apple is staying mum on the news, but an announcement is likely within the next few months.
HBO's the latest entertainment company to get hacked.
As Entertainment Weekly reports, up to 1.5 terabytes of data was stolen from the company, including an episode of Ballers and Room 104, plus possible script or plot information from next week's Game of Thrones episode.
HBO told its employees it's addressing the situation.
And finally, AMD is looking to challenge GPU maker in [UNKNOWN] in the world of high-end pc gaming.
The company has announced a new round of Radeon GPUs with varying And power, all under the RX Vega family, and says they'll be available August 14th, starting at $399.
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