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U.S. Health and Human Services Face Cyberattack: Report

US Health & Human Services Department Hacked, Bloomberg reported

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The U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) department suffered a cyberattack Sunday night. Pixabay

The U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) department suffered a cyberattack Sunday night, according to news reports. This is a technology news.

The attack, first reported by Bloomberg, took place as the United States is enacted new measures to quell the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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The cyberattack has slowed down the functioning of HHS. Pixabay

Sources say the attack was geared to slowing down HHS operations related to the coronavirus, but failed to do so in a meaningful way, according to Bloomberg.

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The reported attack is still being investigated and there is not yet an indication of who or what may have been behind it. (VOA)

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Tech Giant Apple May Unveil its First ARM-Based Macbook in Year 2021

By switching to ARM-based chipsets and not relying on Intel for processors, Apple could save as much as 40-60 per cent

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Additionally, Apple would start relying upon the USB4 standard that is aimed to unify USB Type-C and Thunderbolt protocols to deliver new computing experiences with faster data transfer speeds. Pixabay

A recent research note from famed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that Apple could launch their first ARM-based MacBook in 2021.

Like x86 processors from Intel or AMD, ARM designs are usually associated with mobile devices because of their greater power efficiency, giving products like the iPad long battery life without the need for active cooling.

The analyst believes that by switching to ARM-based chipsets and not relying on Intel for processors, Apple could save as much as 40-60 per cent, reports The Verge.

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The new processors are likely to add more hardware differentiation to the Mac machines over Windows PCs.

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A recent research note from famed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that Apple could launch their first ARM-based MacBook in 2021. Pixabay

This would help Apple keep prices down, especially for their lower-end laptop offerings.

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Additionally, Apple would start relying upon the USB4 standard that is aimed to unify USB Type-C and Thunderbolt protocols to deliver new computing experiences with faster data transfer speeds.

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Kuo also mentioned USB4 support on Mac machines in 2022 and the iPhone maker is speculated to partner with ASMedia Technology for this. (IANS)