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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Google Patents Rear Side Touchpad For Future Pixel Smartphone Control

    A current smartphone trend has seen vendors put fingerprint readers on the backs of our devices, which also might beg the question, "what else could we put back there?" According to a newly granted Google patent, a touchpad could be in the cards for the Android creator's future branded Pixel...
  • AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition 16GB HBM2 Card Unboxed, First Benchmarks Are In

    Earlier this week, AMD officially released its first Vega-based graphics card — the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition — to the public. The card is aimed at graphics professionals, hence its price tag of $999 for the air-cooled card and $1,499 for the water-cooled card. Fortunately, one lucky enthusiast has already...
  • Jaguar’s XE SV Project 8 Is A 592-Horsepower 4 Door Hell Chariot

    Do you like speeding tickets? Because this is how you get speeding tickets. Jaguar isn’t a name that you typically think of when it comes to four-door track monsters, but the British automotive legend is looking to change opinions with its XE SV Project 8. This is the most hellacious...
  • British Royal Navy’s New HMS Queen Elizabeth Warship Runs Windows XP, What Could Go Wrong?

    The United Kingdom is basking in the glory of its latest warship: the HMS Queen Elizabeth. The 65,000-ton aircraft carrier cost nearly $4 billion to construct and began its first sea trials on Monday. But the carrier’s big budget price tag isn’t the only thing that is raising eyebrows; it...
  • Samsung Refurbished Galaxy Note 7 Fandom Edition Reportedly To Arrive In July

    The Galaxy Note 7 is a black eye for Samsung, one that largely faded with the release of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. And when the Galaxy Note 8 comes out, it will have nearly faded away completely, save for the history books. That said, the Galaxy Note 7...
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Fall Creators Update To Feature Built-In AI Powered Malware Protection

    Recent ransomware scares such as the WannaCry outbreak have collectively put a spotlight on PC security. It has even prompted Microsoft to release patches for unsupported operating systems, including Windows XP and Windows Vista. However, it is Windows 10 that receives the lion's share of Microsoft's security efforts, and we...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Brings More Muscle And Efficiency To Mid Range Smartphones

    We might be reaching a point where mid-range smartphones are good enough for most people. That may seem like a double-edged sword for Qualcomm, which just announced its new Snapdragon 450 processor for such devices, but there is still room at the high-end for things like virtual reality (VR), augmented...
  • Tax software blamed for cyber-attack spread

    A global cyber-attack that affected companies around the world may have started via corrupted updates on a piece of accountancy software. Fingers are increasingly pointing to a piece of Ukrainian tax-filing software, MEDoc, as the source of the infection, although the company denies it. Malware generally infiltrates networks via email...
  • Toshiba sues Western Digital for $1bn for 'interfering' with chip unit sale

    The soap opera that is Toshiba's chip unit sale continues, as it now appears the company will be suing Western Digital for $1 billion in damages. The news comes after Western Digital issued a last minute bid on the chip division, preventing Toshiba from landing a deal with its preferred...
  • Arrests in UK over Microsoft scam calls

    Four people have been arrested in the UK following an investigation into scams involving calls from fraudsters pretending to be IT support staff. It follows two years of work by City of London Police and Microsoft, who teamed up to tackle the problem. The perpetrators commonly pretend to be phoning...

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