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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Embattled Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Resigns

    Following months of turmoil, Travis Kalanick has decided to resign as the chief executive officer of Uber, the popular ride-hailing startup he co-founded in 2009 en route to disrupting public transportation as it existed before then. His resignation follows an announcement last week that he would be taking an indefinite...
  • Queen's Speech: Petrol stations must 'go electric'

    Petrol stations and motorway services will be required to install electric charge points, under plans outlined in the Queen's Speech. The measure forms part of a government push to increase the number of electric vehicles on UK roads. The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill also contains plans to push driverless...
  • iPad Pro 10.5in review: a fully-fledged business beast

    It's not that long since the iPad Pro 9.7in was released, instantly becoming the best tablet on the planet. Since then, competition has been thin on the ground as more and more manufacturers move away from 'pure' tablets into the realms of convertibles. But Apple is persisting with iPad Pro...
  • AMD fleshes out EPYC datacentre server processor strategy

    Chipmaker AMD is returning to the datacentre arena with the launch of the EPYC server processor family, which is pitched at stealing market share from Intel by offering better price/performance and innovative features such as encrypted memory. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may...
  • Uber: The scandals that drove Travis Kalanick out

    Uber's embattled chief executive Travis Kalanick has resigned from the firm, following pressure from shareholders. His resignation comes after a chaotic few months at the firm, including a series of scandals about sexual harassment, macho culture and the departure of senior executives. Mr Kalanick had already said that he was...
  • Uber chief Kalanick 'resigns'

    Uber boss Travis Kalanick has resigned as chief executive after pressure from shareholders, according to media reports. Mr Kalanick will remain on the board of the firm, however, the New York Times said. His resignation comes after a review of practices at the firm and scandals including complaints of sexual...
  • AMD Unveils EPYC 7000 Series Processors And Platform To Take On Intel In the Data Center

    Today marks the launch of AMD's EPYC family of processors for data center servers. Based on the company's Zen microarchitecture, it has become abundantly clear that AMD was targeting the lucrative data center market first and foremost with its new CPU architecture and the highly scalable Naples platform that leverages...
  • OnePlus 5 Announced With 5.5-inch 1080p Display, Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM And 128GB Storage

    After months of teasing from OnePlus and leaks that have made the rounds on the internet, the OnePlus 5 has officially been revealed. Given that we’ve already seen the new smartphone from nearly every angle already, there’s no big “surprise” in store for us today — and the OnePlus still...
  • ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte And MSI Unleash X299 Gaming Motherboards For Intel Core X Domination

    Preorders are currently underway for Intel’s new Core X-Series processors, which range from the quad-core, quad-thread Core i5-7640X ($242) to the 8-core, 36-thread Core i9-7980XE ($1,999). These new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors require a brand-new chipset, the X299, and motherboard manufacturers have responded by providing a number of new...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Rumored For August 26th ‘Unpacked’ Unveil

    With each passing day, the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco that temporarily rocked Samsung's world becomes an increasingly distant memory. However, it will not be until the Galaxy Note 8 comes out that Samsung can truly put that whole situation firmly in its rear view mirror. That will happen soon, or...

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