Mac Pro orders go live Dec. 10, Amazon moves to NYC after all
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Apple has announced the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR will be available to order from this Tuesday.
According to 9 to 5 Mac, Apple announced the news to customers via email on Saturday.
The Mac Pro starts at 599 for a configuration.
That includes an 8 core, Intel Xeon processor 256 gig SSD, and 32 gigs of RAM.
Amazon has reportedly started leasing office space in Manhattan less than a year after it withdrew plans to build a major staff campus in New York.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Amazon has leased space in midtown from more than 1,500 employees.
The company was previously planning to build its second headquarters in Queens But the deal came under fire over the billions of dollars of tax breaks being offered to Amazon.
And finally, Reddit has revealed that UK government trade documents leaked on its platform were linked to accounts.
Originating from Russia.
In a security announcement on Friday, Reddit said the leaks were part of a larger coordinated campaign.
Which sold multiple accounts reposting and manipulating voting to spread the links.
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