In US Not everything in Apple's huge week was perfect

By HEMAJA BURUD

US NEWS

This year's WWDC was no exception to the trend of Apple dominating the news cycle.

Every year, Apple begins WWDC with a keynote during which they release back-to-back announcements for items throughout their entire lineup. iOS 11! plans to commandeer the dashboard of your car!

The results of Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference, that is. A brand-new M2 chip that somehow surpasses the already ridiculously quick/efficient M1!

I'll just link you to our comprehensive WWDC roundup here rather than sending you to a gazillion other posts on all the news. other things The "unpatchable" bug in M1

Speaking of the M1, MIT security experts have described the inner workings of what they call a "unpatchable" security hole in the chip.

Although the company doesn't believe it poses "an imminent risk" to consumers, an Apple spokeswoman congratulated the researchers for "this proof of concept."

Despite finding out about the transaction at the very last minute of December, we were aware that Oracle was buying the health records company Cerner.

This Monday, Oracle said that the transaction had closed for a whopping $28 billion. Want to enjoy a motorcycle or scooter's zippy excitement without having to cope with the weather, for example?

The "Nimbus One" prototype, a three-wheeled electric vehicle that resembles a cross between a motorcycle and a Smart car, was unveiled this week by the Michigan-based startup Nimbus.

When they begin arriving the next year, the business estimates that they will cost just under $10,000, or around $200 each month if purchased on a subscription.

One of the highlights of this week was Chain Reaction, where Anita and Lucas spoke with Sriram Krishnan of a16z about the company's new $4.5 billion crypto fund

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