Windows comes to Apple M1 silicon as Parallels delivers native desktop hypervisor

Blue Origin has successfully completed a test launch and landing of its reuseable New Shepard rocket with an advanced capsule design, bringing the outfit one step closer to eventually sending up paying passengers. The test flight, codenamed NS-15 as it’s the 15th to date, was conducted at 1651 UTC (1151 CDT) at a Blue Origin site near Van Horn, Texas, on Wednesday.

Link: Windows comes to Apple M1 silicon as Parallels delivers native desktop hypervisor
via http://www.theregister.com

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