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Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • AMD Boosts Ryzen Windows 10 Gaming Performance With New Chipset Drivers

    Earlier this month, AMD released a special Windows power plan called “Ryzen Balanced”, which was aimed at increasing performance across the board for gamers. The power plan corrected performance handicaps imposed by Windows 10 that lead to throttled performance when the default “Balanced” profile was selected. This week, AMD fully...
  • BlackBerry KEYone QWERTY Smartphone Ripe For Picking, Arrives May 31st

    We have not heard a whole lot from BlackBerry lately, but if you're rooting for the Canadian smartphone maker, you'll be happy to know that it has not thrown in the towel. Just the opposite, it prepping the release of another smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard. Called the KEYone...
  • Samsung Confirms Galaxy Note 8 Flagship Smartphone For 2H 2017 Launch

    Samsung today confirmed what we all knew was eventually coming. There will be a Galaxy Note 8, and it will be arriving in the latter half of the year. This confirmation was tucked inside the company’s most recent earnings release: Against this backdrop, the company will strive to maintain profitability...
  • Samsung Enjoys 46 Percent Profit Spike Thanks To Surging Semiconductor Chip Sales

    Samsung has shown itself to be the quite the resilient force. Consider that it wasn't all that long ago when Samsung's mobile strategy had grown stale, causing a major shakeup among its higher ranks. Then more recently there was the embarrassing (and costly) Galaxy Note 7 gaffe. But despite it...
  • Police to use facial recognition at Champions League final

    Police in Wales plan to use facial recognition on fans during the Champions League final in Cardiff on 3 June, according to a government contract posted online. Faces will be scanned at the Principality Stadium and Cardiff's central railway station. They can then be matched against 500,000 "custody images" stored...
  • Nintendo Profits Skyrocket 121 Percent On Blockbuster Switch Sales

    Nintendo said that sales of its hybrid Switch console are off to a "phenomenal start" and that it plans to keep the momentum going. Assuming it can, Nintendo forecasts a massive 121 percent jump in profit for its current fiscal year, taking aim at 65 billion yen (around $584 million...
  • Cash offered after drones disrupt flights in China

    Chinese drone maker DJI is offering up to one million yuan (£112,000) for information about drones that disrupted scores of flights at a Chinese airport. On four days this month - 14, 17, 18 and 21 - drones were blamed for stranding thousands of passengers at Chengdu Shuangliu International. Chinese...
  • Ted 2017: The robot that wants to go to university

    Prof Noriko Arai has spent years training a robot to pass prestigious University of Tokyo's entrance exams. And in 2015 and 2016, her Todai robot outperformed 80% of high-school pupils and was in the top 1% for maths. But Prof Arai, a mathematician at the National Institute of Informatics, is...
  • Verizon’s $80 Prepaid Unlimited Wireless Plan Is Seriously Handicapped

    Verizon this week released its $80 prepaid unlimited wireless plan. The price tag and promise of “unlimited data, talk, and text” may seem tempting, however, the plan is rife with pitfalls. First, what is Verizon’s latest plan? The telecommunications company guarantees unlimited data, talk, and text across the United States...
  • Western Digital Ships Massive 12TB HGST Ultrastar He12 Enterprise HDDs

    At this point, it's hard to tell what the top limit for densities will be with current mechanical hard drive technologies, but HGST proves that it's not 12TB. With the company's brand-new Ultrastar He12, enterprise users can enjoy copying over a staggering 12,000GB to a single drive, and relish in...

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