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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Apple Hires Seasoned Sony Pictures TV Execs To Spearhead Original Programming Push

    Silicon Valley and Hollywood are joining forces. Apple just hired Sony Pictures Television presidents Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht to help create new original programming. Apple’s most recent additions help to confirm that the corporation is taking serious steps to join the entertainment industry. Apple’s Senior Vice President of...
  • AMD Naples Leak Confirms EPYC 7601 Server CPU With 32 Cores, 64 Threads, 3.2GHz Turbo Clock

    Things are definitely heating up in the processor market thanks to a newly reinvigorated AMD. Intel has dominated the performance and sales charts for years, but AMD has seized an opportunity to hit back at the chip giant with its Zen processor architecture. The first strike came with Ryzen 7...
  • Microsoft Surface Pro review: Pro by name, pro by nature

    The new Surface Pro is finally here. Microsoft's long-awaited follow-up to the Surface Pro 4 has dropped the number - and that's not the only change. Improvements both great and small have been made across the board, and the Surface Pro is looking more than ever like a lean, mean...
  • Google Could Face Record €1 Billion Fine In EU Antitrust Case

    The Google/European Union saga continues and could potentially lead to heavy consequences for Google. The corporation could face fines above €1 billion, with some estimating a fine as high as $1.4 billion USD. Google could also be forced to change how it manages its services and operations in the EU...
  • Nintendo's Fils-Aime Acknowledges Switch Cloud Save Drama, Noncommittal On Virtual Console

    We lauded the Nintendo Switch for its overall engaging game play and nifty hybrid design, and that remains true. However, we refrained from offering up an opinion on the console's online experience because at launch there really was not one to speak of. That is something Nintendo is working on...
  • Wikileaks Exposes CIA Cherry Blossom Firmware Hack For WiFi Routers

    WikiLeaks has published secret documents belonging to the United States government that reveal the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been building and maintaining cyber tools designed to compromise wireless routers. These tools are the work of the CIA's hacking unit called Engineering Development Group. Among them is a specialized firmware...
  • Amazon Buys Whole Foods For $13.7 Billion In Brilliant Bezos Gaming-Changing Retail Power Play

    Amazon is delving deeper into brick-and-mortar territory with a blockbuster acquisition. The company announced today that it is purchasing U.S. supermarket chain Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. Although final details of the transaction will be ironed out between the grocer’s shareholders, the Whole Foods branding will remain intact. Whole Foods...
  • Microsoft: Apple iPad Pro Owes Its Existence To Surface Pro

    It has been an interesting thing to witness Microsoft's transformation over the past several years. Give Steve Ballmer credit—he knew that Microsoft needed fresh blood and so he handed the reins Satya Nadella. Microsoft has been a different company ever since, one that innovates in the hardware space. Even Apple...
  • Microsoft Surface Laptop And Surface Pro Deemed Glue-Filled Monstrosities With Zero Serviceability

    We have said it before and it bears repeating—the majority of today's mobile devices are simply not built with do-it-yourself repairability in mind. Some products are worse than others when it comes to home repairs and upgrades. Two products that fall into that "worse than others" category both belong to...
  • AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition With 16GB HBM2 Available For Preorder

    AMD’s Vega graphics architecture is fast approaching a retail release, but unfortunately for gamers, the first available cards will be the professional workstation-targeted Radeon Vega Frontier Edition. If you’re in the market for such a card, preorders are now open from at least two retailers — one based in the...

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