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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Gigabyte Launhes Aorus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce WB Xtreme Edition 11G

    There are plenty of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards to choose from, assuming you're in the market for a top-shelf solution for high-end and/or 4K gaming. However, the field of contenders quickly begins to diminish when you weed out all of the air-cooled variants and limited your search to...
  • Colorado Man Seeks Ban On Smartphone Sales To Children 13 And Younger

    A Colorado dad is one step closer to getting his wish for a mobile phone ban to minors. Tim Farnum, a Denver-area father and anesthesiologist is spearheading the campaign to forbid the sale of cellphones to children younger than 13 years old as part of a broader effort to see...
  • Forza 7 And Sea of Thieves Gorgeously Showcased In 4K On Xbox One X

    In a sense, the era of 4K gaming is already here. All it takes is a powerful PC with a burly graphics card (or two) and a 4K monitor. While not as robust, 4K gaming has even spilled over into the console space—Sony with its PlayStation 4 Pro, and Microsoft...
  • LG G6+ Flagship Boasts 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage And Qi Wireless Support

    The LG G6 was one of the very first 2017 flagship smartphones out of the gate, but it was quickly overshadowed by the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. With the Galaxy S8’s snazzier styling, Infinity Display, and fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, the G6 simply got lost in the mix...
  • YouTube Has A Master Plan To Target And Eradicate Online Terrorism And Extremist Videos

    Terrorist organizations like ISIS often use social media services to deliver messages of hate and to recruit new members. To counter this, Google and its YouTube division have worked for years identifying videos that fall outside of the confines of YouTube's terms of service, but in acknowledging an "uncomfortable truth...
  • Intel Core i9-7900X And Core i7-7740X CPU Review: Skylake X and Kaby Lake X Debut

    Over the next few months, Intel will be releasing an array of new high-end desktop processors in the recently-announced Core X Series, based on the Skylake X and Kaby Lake X micro-architectures. The first chips in the series to arrive in the lab are the 10-core Core i9-7900X and quad-core...
  • Euro MPs back end-to-end encryption for all citizens

    A European Parliament committee wants end-to-end encryption to be enforced on all forms of digital communication to protect European Union (EU) citizens. The draft legislation seeks to protect sensitive personal data from hacking and government surveillance. EU citizens are entitled to personal privacy and this extends to online communications, the...
  • Hyper-convergence: the good, the bad and the ugly

    As organisations look beyond cloud for the next technology trend to boost their business efficiency and agility, an investment in hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is now on the radar for many. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and...
  • Swiss supercomputer edges US out of top spot

    For only the second time in 24 years, the US has been edged out of the top flight of the world's most powerful number-crunchers. An upgrade to a Swiss supercomputer has bumped the US Department of Energy's Cray XK7 to number four on the list rating these machines. The only...
  • Google pledge to tackle YouTube terror videos

    Google has unveiled four measures it will use to tackle the spread of terror-related material online. Among the measures it is deploying will be smarter software that can spot extremist material and greater use of human experts to vet content. It said terrorism was an "attack on open societies" and...

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