According to a Financial Times (FT) report, Google tried to make the case to the U.S. federal government that its recent ban against Huawei could force Huawei to come up with an alternative to Google's Android operating system (OS). Google reportedly argued that this sort of competition to its own OS would create a U.S. national security risk.

Google Defends Huawei (and Its Own Interests)

Google’s lobbyists have reportedly asked the officials from the U.S. Department of Commerce for an exemption from the Huawei ban, so that the Mountain View company could continue to collaborate with it. Google reportedly said that if it’s not given this special treatment, then the whole U.S. national security could be at risk, arguing that if Huawei can no longer use its own Android operating system, then the Chinese firm will build a “hybrid” version of the OS with its own modifications. Google warned that this hybrid version will likely contain m ... Read more »

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G.Skill held an overclocking competition at its booth throughout Computex week and ended breaking 23 records. Professional overclocker Toppc reached DDR4-5886, a world record, using Trident Z Royal memory on an MSI MPG Z390I Gaming Edge AC motherboard and an Intel Core i9-9900K processor.

By the end of the week, the top two results (the other by Kovan Yang) for fastest memory were set by team MSI with identical hardware setups while using LN2 (Liquid Nitrogen) cooling to keep the processor and DRAM sticks cold. In total, 23 records were broken across several benchmarks using various processors from the i7-9700K to the Xeon class W-3175X, with a sprinkling of consumer level HCC CPUs up to the i9-9980XE. A full list is below.

Most of the records were broke ... Read more »

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