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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Razer Sets Sights On $5 Billion Dollar IPO And Is Also Developing Its First Smartphone

    Razer may be well known in the gaming enthusiast community for its gaming notebooks and PC accessories, but the company is looking to branch beyond the PC business. According to a recent report, Razer is looking to get into the red-hot smartphone business. While smartphones can be incredibly lucrative for...
  • Intel Coffee Lake 6-Core, 12-Thread Processor Vital Signs Detailed In CPU-Z

    At some point between now and the end of the year, Intel will launch its eighth-generation Core processors, built around the Coffee Lake microarchitecture. It'll come at an interesting time, since it'll really be the first time in all of Core's lifetime that AMD has been truly competitive. It'll also...
  • SNES Classic Edition Pre-Orders Go Live And Immediately Sell Out In Typical Nintendo Fashion

    If there is one thing you can count on in life, it is that a Nintendo console will sell out almost immediately. The SNES Classic Edition was available for pre-order last night at Walmart, but has already sold out. The SNES Class Edition was announced this past June and was quickly...
  • Verizon Admits To Throttling Netflix Streams, Blames Network Optimization Trials

    Has your House of Cards binge been plagued by lag? Verizon admitted to having recently experimented with capping download speeds to 10Mbps on mobile devices. The test seems to have particularly targeted popular video streaming services like Netflix and YouTube. Verizon’s cap was uncovered through tests last week with Netflix’s...
  • Dell's UltraSharp U3818DW 3840x1600 Curved Monitor Now Shipping

    If you're maniacal about multitasking, an ultra-wide monitor should be in your future. As luck would have it, Dell has begun shipping its newest entry in the ultra-wide category. Now available is Dell's UltraSharp 38 (U3818DW), a massive 37.5-inch monitor with a curved (2300R curve radius) display. It also features...
  • UK to bring in drone registration

    The UK government has announced plans to introduce drone registration and safety awareness courses for owners of the small unmanned aircraft. It will affect anyone who owns a drone which weighs more than 250 grams (8oz). Drone maker DJI said it was in favour of the measures. There is no...
  • Andy Rubin’s Modular Essential Phone Delayed, Will Launch "In A Few Weeks"

    Andy Rubin has a lot riding on his Essential Phone. First announced at the end of May, it was promised that the flagship smartphone would be shipping within 30 days. Well, June has come and gone, and we’re nearly finished with July and the phone still hasn’t shipped. What’s going...
  • Briar Darknet Messenger Client For Android Secures Chats With Direct Peer-To-Peer Connectivity

    Do you want to keep your private conversations, well, private? The beta of Briar, a darknet messaging system for Android was just released today. The messaging app is intended for users like activists and journalists who need a safe and secure form of communication. Briar does not require servers to...
  • Apple Gains Help From Microsoft And Google In Legal Battle Against Qualcomm

    In the words of the Beatles, Apple is “gonna try with a little help from my friends”. Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook recently filed comments with the United States International Trade Commission in support of Apple. The comments are part of the recent lawsuit saga between Apple and Qualcomm. Qualcomm...
  • Microsoft Goes After Russian Election Hacker Group Fancy Bear Seizing Control Of 70 Domains

    When mischievous hackers cause trouble, the fix sometimes can't be conventional. Microsoft has proven that this week with its move to thwart the efforts of the Russian hacker group "Fancy Bear", whose members have not been unmasked. Fancy Bear was responsible for last year's DNC hack, although politics are not...

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