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Nintendo could be readying a new version of it's Switch consul according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Nintendo could change up the display by adding newer technologies to make it thinner, brighter, and to use less power.
The new Switch could launch as soon as Summer 2019.
A Bloomberg Report says that the People's Liberation Army of China added surveillance microchips to server motherboards that were used by Apple and Amazon.
The chip would be nearly undetectable unless the hardware itself was inspected.
Both Amazon and Apple have issued lengthy statements that strongly deny that their server equipment had these chips...
NASA announces that its Mars curiosity Rover is operating using its second computer.
The rover is equipped with dual computers in case issues arise.
The primary computer was having problems storing data since the 15th of September.
Switching computers will allow engineers to get to the bottom of the issue with the primary Machine.
NASA says that the Rover is quote, otherwise healthy and receiving commands.
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