Firefox 80: Mozilla has the current Version 80 of Firefox released. This can be set up as a standard PDF application and improves the accessibility tools.
Bose with new CEO: Lila Snyder will start as CEO of loudspeaker and headphone manufacturer Bose on September 1st. Snyder is the first woman to take a leadership position at Bose. She previously worked at Pitney Bowes and before that at McKinsey.
Unity wants to go public: The San Francisco-based company Unity – developer of the engine of the same name – wants to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The application was officially filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission SEC filed, Date and further details are not yet known.
New Rumors About Better Nintendo Switch: Speculations about an improved version of the Nintendo Switch have been roaming the networks for years. Now reports Bloombergthat a revised model should appear in 2021 that supports 4K graphics, among other things.
Gaming monitor: AOC has four curved displays presented for players. All use a 1500R curvature, have 165 Hz and support AMD’s Freesync. The two 24-inchers cost around 200 euros, the 27s just under 300 euros.
Ryzen notebook with Linux: Tuxedo has that Pulse 14 released, a light laptop with an eight-core Ryzen 7 4800H (35 watts). This can be equipped with up to 64 GByte dual-channel DDR4 and up to 2 TByte NVMe flash memory.
High-end PC power supply: Be Quiet has that Dark Power Pro 12 announced with 1,200 watts and 1,500 watts. It is fully digital and modular, has 80 Plus Titanium certification and uses a frameless Silent Wings fan.
Japan is finally exchanging old state IT: The coronavirus crisis has forced the Japanese government to take a serious look at upgrading its computer systems. That reports the Japan Times. Before the pandemic, the problems were just annoying, but now they are hampering economic recovery. To this end, the government added a Digital New Deal to its annual policy goals last month, although no details have yet been given about planned spending. “Japan is at least 20 years behind the world”economist Yukio Noguchi told the newspaper.