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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Fitness tracker firm Jawbone faces liquidation

    The BBC understands that fitness tracker firm Jawbone is facing liquidation and that chief executive Hosain Rahman is launching a new health-based tech start-up. News of the firm's liquidation, as published by The Information website is correct, the BBC was told. Jawbone said it had no comment. The firm sent...
  • Samsung Poised To Pass Apple As Most Profitable Tech Company

    Samsung is on the verge of becoming the most profitable technology company on the planet, a distinction that currently belongs to Apple. The South Korean electronics juggernaut tipped the media and investors that it expects to post a record operating profit of 14 trillion won (around $12.1 billion) for the...
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16-Core CPU Geekbench And SiSoft Sandra Scores Leak

    AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper family of HEDT processors is just a few weeks away, which means that we should soon be seeing more performance benchmarks leak onto the internet. We’ve seen previous leaks with the top-of-the line 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen Threadripper 1950X via Geekbench, and now that same processor is making...
  • RED Announces Glasses Free Holographic Display Titanium Android Smartphone

    “Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you’re my only hope.” To be honest, this is the first thing that sprung to mind upon hearing about RED’s new Hydrogen One smartphone. The way RED talks about the Hydrogen One, you would think that the smartphone could cure cancer, but its claim to fame...
  • Tegile launches Intelliflash tiered all-flash arrays with NVMe

    Tegile has launched a new multi-tier flash storage iteration of its Intelliflash HD all-flash platform with serial-attached SCSI solid-state drive (SAS SSD), an NVMe flash tier and encrypted drives. An all-NVMe option is promised for the end of 2017. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its...
  • MIT Develops Prototype 3D Nanotube Chip And RRAM To Dramatically Increase PC Memory Bandwidth

    Remember when a 1TB hard drive seemed enormous? There was also a time when the idea of having even 8GB of memory in our personal computers seemed like extreme overkill. Today, that's basically the starting point for most PCs. As time goes on, and tech improves, even today's storage types...
  • Sony Brings PS4 Games To Windows PCs Via Netflix-Style PlayStation Now Streaming Service

    If you have ever felt the desire to play PlayStation 4 games, but don’t want to plunk down $300 (or more) for the console when you already have a beastly gaming PC, Sony understands your dilemma. PS4 games are now available via Sony’s PlayStation Now game streaming service, which is...
  • Nokia And Zeiss Rejoin To Make Sweet Android Phone Cameras

    Do you remember when Nokia went all-in with Microsoft's Windows Phone platform? While Nokia chose to go with an underdog, it hoped to compete in the smartphone space by focusing on camera performance, and many of its devices featured camera sensors with high megapixel counts. Well, much has changed since...
  • Google Could Face Even Bigger Fine In EU Android Antitrust Case

    Google just cannot seem to catch a break from European regulators. Fresh off being hit with a record-setting €2.42 billion fine (around $2.7 billion in U.S. currency) for favoring its own shopping search engine in search results over third-party comparison shopping tools, antitrust regulators in the European Union are now...
  • Cheryl Yeoh: 'It was sexual harassment at the highest level'

    Tech entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh's account of sexual harassment by a leading Silicon Valley investor is the latest discrimination scandal to rock the tech industry. Dave McClure resigned from 500 Startups, the firm he co-founded, following claims made by another woman - which encouraged Ms Yeoh to publish her own story...

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