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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Here's How To Fix Google Nexus 6P Bootloop Of Death Errors

    You may have found yourself cursing the smartphone gods if you picked up a Nexus 6P handset only to have it eventually develop an annoying habit of endlessly rebooting. Known as the Bootloop of Death, users tried in vain to find a solution, but no amount of flashing, re-flashing, and...
  • Intel’s 2.5GHz Core i9-7960X 16-Core, 32-Thread HEDT Processor Makes Geekbench Debut

    The enthusiast processor core wars are starting to heat up, and Intel fired the first shot with its Core X-Series. Currently, the most potent processor from this family is the Core i9-7900X, which is a 10-core part with a base clock of 3.3GHz. However, it will soon be followed by...
  • NVIDIA CEO Hands First Volta GPU Accelerators To 15 Top AI Researchers And Includes Autograph

    Remember that feeling you would get when trick-or-treating at Halloween and scoring a full-size candy bar from a generous neighbor? It was like hitting the mother load or finding gold at the end of the rainbow. As you get older, it takes more than a Snickers to get excited, but...
  • Microsoft signals end of Paint program

    Microsoft's graphics program Paint has been included in a list of Windows 10 features that will be either removed or no longer developed. Paint has been part of the Windows operating system since its release in 1985 and is known for its simplicity and basic artistic results. Paint's successor, Paint...
  • Intel Releases Critical Skylake And Kaby Lake Hyperthreading Bug Fix

    About a month ago we talked about a critical HyperThreading flaw that had been found in Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake processors. As we noted at that time, the flaw is very hard to trigger and is limited in scope. In fact, many people running processors affected by the flaw probably...
  • Electricity shake-up could save consumers 'up to £40bn'

    Consumers in the UK could save billions of pounds thanks to major changes in the way electricity is made, used and stored, the government has said. New rules will make it easier for people to generate their own power with solar panels, store it in batteries and sell it to...
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Force Live Pics Leak, Phone Coming To All Major U.S. Carriers

    We don’t have much longer to wait before the Moto Z2 Force makes its official debut. In fact, the launch is just a couple days away, as Lenovo/Motorola will show off the Moto Z2 Force, Moto X4 and Moto G5S at its #hellomotoworld event. But since nothing in the tech...
  • Mozilla Quantum Flow Engineers Mod Firefox Browser To Open 1700 Tabs In Mere Seconds

    How many tabs do you currently have open on your web browser? One? Ten? How about 1691 tabs? Mozilla Quantum Flow Engineer Dietrich Ayala recently demonstrated that Firefox 55 is able to load 1691 tabs in a mere fifteen seconds. Ayala kept track of the wall-clock measurements of start-up time...
  • Pokémon Go Fest Disaster Prompts Niantic To Refund Players With Pokécoins And Lugia

    To say that the hype surrounding Pokémon Go has subsided since last summer would be an understatement, as it's rare nowadays to hear something all that buzz-worthy about the game. But despite that, the game still has an enormous amount of fans, proven by the fact that 20,000 people in Chicago...
  • Nintendo SNES Classic Pre-Orders Coming Soon To Retail Giant Target

    Nintendo is hyping up the impending release of its Super NES Classic Edition console, though this is the kind of thing that sells itself these days. Nostalgic gamers and scalpers looking to make a quick buck have already depleted Walmart of its initial inventory of pre-order units, and you can...

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