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It's the rumor that keeps popping up.
Apple plans to sell computers with its own processors in 2021.
According to a new report by Bloomberg, currently Intel powers Mac computers, Apple already has a good degree of knowledge when it comes to designing chips.
It makes the processors for the iPhone and iPad The report says the Mac processors will be based on the same processor as the next iPhone.
Google is making some changes to its ads.
The company announced that it will require all advertisers to complete a verification program if they want to advertise on Google's network Starting in the summer, users will be able to click on an advertisement in a search result and be able to get information on that advertiser.
The new feature will be live in the US first and expand worldwide after.
There's a new virtual reality fitness app called supernatural and it's getting a lot of buzz.
It costs $19 per month and it's for the Oculus quest.
The goal is to make working out at home fun.
The publisher of the game says its daily workouts combined, beautiful destinations, popular music and expert guidance.
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