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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Google Play Store 8.0 Update Rolls Out With Summer Sale Discounts On Movies, Apps And Games

    Silly human, did you really think you would spend this summer lounging at the beach and frolicking at the park? Pshaw! Maybe that is what regular people do, but geeks like us, we take advantage of numerous sales and then bask in the warm glow of our PC monitors! It...
  • OnePlus Acknowledges 'Jelly Scrolling' Effect On OnePlus 5, Says It Is Perfectly Normal

    OnePlus chose the tagline "Never Settle" for its newly minted OnePlus 5 smartphone, though it is not without irony. That is because OnePlus is trying to sweep an annoying issue under the rug, thereby basically telling its customers to settle for a quirk that is not present on other smartphones...
  • LG X Charge With Massive 4500 mAh Battery Lands On Comcast Xfinity Mobile

    If you want a smartphone that can last all day on a charge, and don’t necessarily care about having the all latest high-end features, LG has a new phone that might be right up your alley. Appropriately named the X Charge, the mid-range smartphone’s claim to fame is its monstrous...
  • AMD releases new enterprise-grade Ryzen PRO CPUs

    AMD has launched a new family of business-grade desktop processors to rival Intel's enterprise range, boasting serious performance improvements in compute power. The new AMD Ryzen Pro range follows the launch of the company's new Epyc server CPUs, as well as the launch of the company's all-new line of Ryzen...
  • Germany votes for 50m euro social media fines

    Social media companies in Germany face fines of up to 50m euros ($57.1; £43.9m) if they fail to remove "obviously illegal" content in time. From October, Facebook, YouTube, and other sites with more that two million users in Germany must take down posts containing hate speech or other criminal material...
  • Citizens Advice warning over 'phantom goods' scams

    A rising number of people are being caught out by "phantom goods" scams - when items are bought online but are never delivered, Citizens Advice says. Cars, flights, furniture and insurance are among the goods and services which buyers think they are getting at a bargain, but which do not...
  • Leaked Nintendo Switch SDK Reveals Save Data Transfers And Guest Login Incoming

    One of the most highly-requested features for the Nintendo Switch is something that arguably should have been included from the beginning (and is already possible with previous Nintendo handhelds) — the ability to transfer game save data to another device. In its current state, if your Switch has a major...
  • AMD EPYC 7601 CPU Hammers SiSoft Sandra Benchmark Database With 32 Cores And 64 Threads

    It feels a little weird to write about performance results for AMD's EPYC processors and not have to tie the word "leak" into it. As we covered just last week, AMD has finally unleashed its hugely anticipated EPYC processor line for the server market, and to say it's long overdue...
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Play Available Today As Verizon Exclusive, New Moto Mods Incoming

    Motorola announced the new Moto Z2 Play four weeks ago, and the new mid-range Android smartphone is now available to purchase. However, we hope that you like Verizon Wireless’ service, because that’s the only place where you’ll be able to find the smartphone… for now. Verizon customers can grab the...
  • Alienware 17 R4 2017 Gaming Laptop Review: Powerful And Refined

    Dell updated its Alienware 17 gaming laptop at PAX West 2016 with NVIDIA Pascal graphics, but at the time Intel’s quad-core Kaby Lake mobile processors weren’t available yet. It was a short-lived update, however, as the Kaby Lake-powered Alienware 17 was announced a short time later at the start of...

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