John Byrne is now a president at Dell
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Takes care of North America commercial sales

Some of you might remember the name, as John Byrne is an old friend of Fudzilla. He made a great career at AMD and, since July 2015, has worked at several senior positions at Dell. The recent promotion got him to a President.

Nvidia may launch Max-Q versions of GTX 1050/1050 Ti
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Spotted in latest Linux driver

It appears that Nvidia is preparing for a counter move to the recent cooperation between Intel and AMD, in the form of Max-Q versions of the GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti.

Qualcomm forecasts bright future
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Updated: Fending off Broadcom

The financial future for Qualcomm in FY2019 is bright, according to a statement the company released today.

Cherry announces MX RGB low-profile switches
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For high-end and thin, notebook and desktop keyboards

At the CES 2018 show, Cherry continued its expansion of Cherry MX keyboard switches by announcing a new low-profile version aimed at high-end and thin keyboards for both notebooks and desktops.

BlackBerry launches security software for self-driving cars
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Jarvis is part of its turnaround efforts

Failed mobile phone maker BlackBerry has launched a new cybersecurity software, which identifies vulnerabilities in programmes used in self-driving cars.

Sharp to mass produce OLED panels
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Starting soon

Sharp will begin to mass produce OLED panels for smartphones as soon as the first quarter of 2018 and plans to launch new smartphones featuring its own OLED displays in June or July.

US politicians attempt “informal” trade boycott of Huawei
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"National security concerns" are probably protectionism

US politicians are never going to stop a small thing like “proof” stand in their way of Chinese companies making a mess of their protectionism.

Chinese demand an investigation into iPhone throttling
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This is getting worse

Apple’s worse nightmare is that the Chinese government might take steps to interfere with its flagging sales behind the bamboo curtain, but it is starting to look like its phone throttling antics might create a perfect storm.

Lenovo finds backdoor in RackSwitch and BladeCenter switches.
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Released firmware updates

Lenovo engineers have discovered a backdoor in the firmware of RackSwitch and BladeCenter networking switches.

OnePlus investigates credit card fraud
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Customers turned over

OnePlus says it's investigating claims of credit card numbers being stolen from customers who have purchased a phone from OnePlus' site.