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Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • Virgin Media overstated superfast broadband rollout

    Virgin Media has suspended four members of staff and begun an investigation after it admitted overstating the expansion of its superfast broadband network, dubbed Project Lightening. According to parent company Liberty Global, Virgin Media originally said it had connected 465,000 new premises in the UK and Ireland in 2016. But...
  • US House Votes To Kill FCC Internet Privacy Rules, Sending Bill To President Trump

    Privacy is hard to come by on the Internet, that's just the way it is. But hey, at least wireless carries and Internet service providers (ISPs) are not selling your browsing history without your permission right? Well, we're sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the House of...
  • Intel Kaby Lake Xeon E3-1200 Family Takes Flight

    Whenever Intel releases a new processor architecture, it typically focuses first on consumers and then rolls out Xeon counterparts that are suitable for entry-level workstations. So it goes with Kaby Lake. Having launched its first batch of desktop Kaby Lake chips for consumers just two months ago, Intel today announced...
  • Samsung: Is Galaxy S8 most important phone yet?

    The Samsung Galaxy S8 will likely be the South Korean firm's biggest test yet: a phone that has to live up to the highest expectations and also the toughest scrutiny. Even in normal circumstances, the stakes are high when a phone maker unveils its latest flagship handset. But the past...
  • Best Buy Announces Nintendo Switch And NES Classic Bonanza Hump Day Sale

    Nintendo has failed us when it comes to providing adequate supplies of both the NES Classic Edition and the Switch gaming consoles. The retrotastic NES Classic Edition has been hard to find in retail stores ever since it launched on November 10th, despite the fact that Nintendo has promised to...
  • Intel Details Cannonlake's Advanced 10nm FinFET Node, Touts Full Generation Lead Over Rivals

    Intel is readying its 10 nanometer (nm) Cannonlake processor architecture for release later this year and has begun extolling the virtues of its advanced manufacturing process technology. Intel will be battling it out with major competitors like Samsung at 10nm. Qualcomm, for example, is already shipping Snapdragon 835 processors using Samsung’s...
  • ASUS Announces 24-inch VG245Q FreeSync Gaming Monitor With 1ms Response Times

    If you are a gamer looking to maximize his or her budget, then you are probably aware that finding the "perfect" monitor is nearly impossible. There is always a caveat, and a certain feature that entices you to spend an extra $100 or more. Well, ASUS is hoping to keep...
  • Dell launches new Wyse 3040 thin client with matching OS

    Dell has announced a new addition to its thin client portfolio, promising increased power efficiency, versatile connectivity options and a slim, lightweight design. Designed to offer a cost-effective endpoint solution for virtualised desktop environments, the Dell Wyse 3040 is compatible with Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft RDS and VMWare Horizon. A new...
  • Elon Musk’s Neuralink Venture Will Link Your Brain With Computers To Battle Skynet AI

    Elon Musk is taking the next step to connecting everyone to the Borg Collective. The SpaceX and Tesla CEO has set up a company called Neuralink, with the end goal of connecting the human brain with artificial intelligence. Neuralink is still in the very early stages of development and currently...
  • Lenovo Annouces ThinkStation P320 Workstations With Kaby Lake And Quadro Graphics For VR Developers

    Lenovo is pitching the emerging interest in virtual reality as a reason for developers to consider its new ThinkStation P320 workstations. The world's top PC maker (in terms of market share) used Develop3D Live as the launchpad for its new systems, which featured Intel Xeon and 7th generation Core i3/i5/i7...

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