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Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Amazon Echo Look Is A $200 Voice-Controlled Vanity Camera For Fashionistas

    Well, this didn’t turn out the way we expected. Back in early March, a single image of an upcoming product from Amazon made its way to the internet. Everyone simply assumed the it was a new security camera — at the time, it seemed like a rather educated guess —...
  • Micron 5100 ECO and MAX SSD Review: Affordable Datacenter Storage

    As modern datacenters grow, so too do their demands. The processor race is heating up with both ARM and AMD vying to unseat Intel from its throne. Banks of RAM are beginning to become augmented by Intel’s Optane memory and other products leveraging 3D XPoint technology. However, some of the...
  • Oculus Rift release date, price and system requirements: Nvidia and Oculus team up to launch bundle deal

    The Oculus Rift is perhaps one of the most significant technological advancements of the past decade. First revealed back in 2012, the Rift was the first successful virtual reality headset, offering users a totally immersive way to experience movies and games. Jump to: Oculus Rift latest news 26/04/2017: Nvidia and Oculus...
  • Xbox Project Scorpio Screenshots Show Stunning 4K Quality And Detail Compared To 1080p

    Microsoft is betting big on the follow-up to its current Xbox One S gaming console. It’s next big console, codenamed Project Scorpio, will be formally introduced at the E3 expo, which is less than two months away. In the meantime, we’re learning a little bit more about the console in...
  • Google’s Sergey Brin Reportedly Building Secret Airship In An Old NASA Hanger

    Amassing great wealth affords a person the opportunity to splurge on all kinds of luxuries. Some end up buying a yacht or their own personal jet, while others spend an obscene amount of money on cars, whether they're vintage automobiles or modern muscle vehicles like the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon...
  • UK protests over access to Twitter data

    The British government is protesting against Twitter's decision to withdraw access to user data used to investigate potential terrorist plots. The information was previously used by the police and the MI5 intelligence agency. However, the Telegraph newspaper cited industry sources, in a report on 25 April, saying the government's access...
  • Kaspersky Withdraws Antitrust Complaint Against Microsoft And Windows 10

    A well known computer security company is easing back on its threat to file a complaint on Microsoft over anti-competitive concerns, though it is not completely off the table. That company is Russia's Kaspersky Lab, and for the time being it is content with Microsoft's ongoing efforts to be more...
  • Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 R Smartphones Go On Sale In June With Hefty Discount

    Samsung’s nightmarish Galaxy Note 7 saga is far from over. After an explosive launch in September of last year, numerous battery fires brought a lot of negative attention to the Samsung brand and the company lost millions as a result of the subsequent recalls and replacement smartphones and cash offered...
  • Apple iMac 21.5in Retina 4K review

    4K screens of varying quality have been slowly making their way into laptops, but they’ve been surprisingly absent from all-in-one desktop computers. The new 21.5in Apple iMac is the first that we know of to come with a 4K monitor which isn’t a surprise given Apple’s history of squeezing high...
  • AT&T’s Faux 5G Network To Service 20 Metro Areas By Year’s End And Support Galaxy S8

    AT&T is putting the word out that it is "creating a 5G network that will change the world," only it's not really a 5G network. It is more like a rebranded 4G network that AT&T is calling 5G Evolution, a fancy marketing term that is supposed to make customers think...

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