Weekly#435

  • Intel Delays Sapphire Rapids Xeon CPU Production To Q1 2022
  • Virgin Galactic brings forward founder’s first trip to nine days before rival’s Blue Origin mission (FT)
  • Virgin Orbit successfully launches its first commercial payloads to space
  • Starlink’s “next-generation” user terminal will cost a lot less, Musk says
  • Hepsiburada IPO,  F-1 Document
  • Ant Group-Backed Kakao Pay Seeks Up to $1.4 Billion in IPO
  • Bezos Hands Amazon Over to Trusted Deputy Andy Jassy
  • Digital vaccination cards go into effect in Europe, with some turbulence.
  • Physicists observationally confirm Hawking’s black hole theorem for the first time
  • Sony Charging Devs At Least $25,000 For PlayStation Store Visibility
  • TV-Style Commercials Are Coming To Console Games
  • ‘Crucial Time’ for Cloud Gaming, Which Wants to Change How You Play
  • Amazon Demands One More Thing From Some Vendors: A Piece of Their Company (WSJ)
  • AI technology identifies 160 possible new drug treatments for COVID-19
  • Uber will ask employees to return to work 50% of the time
  • LinkedIn breach reportedly exposes data of 92% of users, including inferred salaries
  • Faster Python programming: How these developers built Pyston, and where it goes next
  • Qualcomm can beat Apple M1 chip, says CEO, thanks to ex-Apple engineers
  • Japan’s In-Home Robot Experiment Short Circuits
  • See the Highest-Resolution Atomic Image Ever Captured
  • Good news: Google no longer requires publishers to use the AMP format. Bad news: What replaces it might be worse
  • China’s Zhurong rover returns landing footage and sounds from Mars
  • Ericsson Mobility Report
  • DLD Summer: Videos