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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Canon Pixma TS5050 review: a smart-looking MFP with good all-round performance

    As Canon’s latest home colour MFP, the PIXMA TS5050 touts an attractive squat design with print, scan and copy features that can be connected and shared across any home Wi-Fi network. Features One of our favourite things about the PIXMA TS5050 is that Canon has employed its five-ink system, occupying...
  • NVIDIA And Baidu Form AI Alliance To Power Self Driving Cars And Cloud GPU Computing

    NVIDIA is flexing its GPU muscle in the artificial intelligence and deep learning market thanks to a partnership with Chinese search giant Baidu. You can think of Baidu as the Chinese equivalent to Google’s dominance of the U.S. search and internet advertising market. Thanks to the partnership, NVIDIA is hoping...
  • Potent, Tiny NanoPi Neo Plus2 Steps Up To Challenge Raspberry Pi At Just $25

    The fast growing Internet of Things (IoT) market has been a boon to the mini PC market, and the same can be said about the relatively recent maker movement. Plain and simple, geeks love to tinker. The affordable Raspberry Pi helped popularize the mini PC category by offering tinkerers cheap...
  • Petya hackers issue fresh ransom demand

    The perpetrators of a recent cyber-attack that disrupted businesses across the world appear to have accessed the ransom payments they raised. Just over £7,900-worth of virtual currency has been moved from the Bitcoin address listed in the blackmail demand that appeared on hacked PCs. One expert said there was little...
  • Amazon.UK Squeezes SNES Classic Scalpers By Restricting Bulk Orders

    Part of the reason why new game consoles are in short supply is because scalpers gobble up as much inventory as they can afford and then jack up the price on second-hand markets (eBay, Craigslist, and so forth). Well, Amazon has decided not to be a part this practice, at...
  • Motorola Moto X4 Photo Leak Confirms Dual Cameras And Aluminum Unibody

    For about the past year, Lenovo subsidiary Motorola has been concentrating on its flagship Moto Z line of smartphones. However, it is getting ready to end the calendar year with a new handset, one that will target the mid-range market. That phone is the Moto X4 (previously referred to as...
  • Call for a ban on child sex robots

    There should be a ban on the import of sex robots designed to look like children, the author of a new report into the phenomenon has said. Prof Noel Sharkey said that society as a whole needed to consider the impact of all types of sex robots. His Foundation for...
  • Intel Is Staffing A Design Team For A Revolutionary New Processor Core

    When AMD released its first Zen-based processors this past spring, which came to us in the form of Ryzen, it'd be an understatement to say that the company had a lot riding on them. Post-launch, it was clear that AMD succeeded in its goal of making the battlefield competitive again...
  • Ukraine cyber-attack: Software firm MeDoc's servers seized

    Police in Ukraine have seized the servers of an accountancy software firm, which is believed to have unwittingly helped spread malware that attacked many global firms last month. Intellect Service has denied that its software helped spread the malware. But security experts have said that some of the initial infections...
  • Microsoft Zo Chatbot Goes Rogue With Offensive Speech Reminiscent Of Defunct Tay AI

    Microsoft Tay was a well-intentioned entry into the burgeoning field of AI chatbots. However, Tay ended up being a product of its environment, and was transformed seemingly overnight into a racist, hate-filled and sex-crazed chatbot that caused an embarrassing PR nightmare for Microsoft. The AI wunderkinds in Redmond, Washington hoped...

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