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Monthly Archives: February 2017

  • AMD Announces Radeon RX Vega Branding And Logo For Next Gen Flagship GPUs

    Although we have not yet been given full access to AMD’s upcoming Vega graphics architecture, what the company has provided is the official branding for its new flagship parts. While we all knew that these graphics cards would be based on the Vega architecture, which supersedes Polaris, we didn’t know that “Vega” would actually find its way...
  • New Raspberry Pi Zero W Comes With Wi-Fi, Bluetooth And A Thrifty $10 Price Tag

    When it comes to minuscule computing boards for hobbyists, Raspberry Pi is typically the first company to come to mind (although Samsung is looking to change that with its Tinker Board). The boards are very affordable, incredibly versatile and can be integrated into seemingly endless applications. Today, Raspberry Pi is...
  • The most innovative 3D printing companies

    Although the technology dates back to the 80s, the 3D printing arena is continuously evolving and experimenting with new industry applications. These changes are being fueled by emerging startups bringing innovative ideas to the industry, alongside more established companies that are expanding the scope of what 3D printing is able...
  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy, Crew Dragon To Send Two Well-Heeled Tourists Around The Moon In 2018

    “Fly me to the moon / Let me play among the stars.” Those famous lyrics from Frank Sinatra’s song “Fly Me To The Moon” have only been applicable to a select few astronauts during the 1960s and 70s. But SpaceX is looking to send two paying tourists in a trajectory...
  • Microsoft Xbox Game Pass Gives Access To 100 Hit Titles For $10 A Month

    If you prefer the all-you-can-eat buffet approach to digital media consumption, Microsoft has a new gaming service that just might be right up your alley. The new subscription service, which is called Xbox Game Pass, will give you access to over 100 games at a cost of $9.99 per month...
  • Best VR headsets

    Virtual reality is slated as being the next big thing in tech and the market has already been flooded with a wealth of different headsets of dubious quality. VR has huge potential, but you'll have to make sure you've got good-quality hardware if you want to take full advantage of...
  • White boxes set to shift server buying habits

    The latest financial results from HPE have highlighted a growing issue facing server makers – around the effects of cloud computing. In its first-quarter 2017 results, HPE reported an 11% decline in server revenue due to what CFO Tim Stonesifer described as “a softer-than-expected core server market combined with some...
  • What can 3D printing be used for?

    3D printers have been around for a while now and although most examples of what they can do seem to revolve around making miniature busts of people, there are some real-life useful things the technology can do. Aston Martin DB5 replica Aston Martin cars are really expensive, and old Aston...
  • Bad bug found in Microsoft browsing code

    Google has released details of a bug in Microsoft's browsing programs that would allow attackers to build websites that make the software crash. Google researcher Ivan Fratric said the bug could, in some cases, allow attackers to hijack a victim's browser. The bug was found in November, but details are...
  • IWM digitises vast collection in SpectraLogic tape archive

    The Imperial War Museum has deployed a tape archive comprising SpectraLogic tape libraries plus disk storage with a Black Pearl object storage/linear tape file system (LTFS) front end as an archive to hold around half a petabyte of digitised media. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and...

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