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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Using cheap magnet, hacker beats protections on a "smart" handgun.

    The BBC’s North America technology reporter Dave Lee meet a hacker who has circumvented protections on a handgun designed to make it impossible for unauthorised people to shoot. Go to Source
  • Apple to discontinue iPod nano and shuffle

    They are the last two music players in the company's line-up that cannot play songs from its streaming service Apple Music and neither had been upgraded in years. Go to Source
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper Muscle Now Powering CyberPowerPC And iBuyPower Gaming PCs

    Can you feel that excitement in the air? We're of course talking about one of the most anticipated PC hardware launches of 2017: AMD's Ryzen Threadripper processors. Ryzen's launch in March was an important one for AMD, as it proved to the world that it was once again competitive with...
  • Tesla To Live Stream First Model 3 EV Deliveries Friday Evening

    The biggest electric vehicle launch of the year is about to commence tomorrow. Tesla CEO Elon Musk already informed us that the first customer deliveries of the highly anticipated Model 3 would take place on July 28th, but we’re now learning that the event will be live streamed for a...
  • Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Insider Preview Links Your Android Phone And PC

    Microsoft does not seem real committed to its own Windows Phone platform these days (no matter what it says publicly), but it is acutely aware that smartphones have become a part of everyday life, with Android representing the most popular mobile platform in the world. In recognition of this, the...
  • Microsoft’s Windows Bounty Program Offers Up To $250K To Sniff Out Windows 10 Bugs

    Barring an unexpected change in strategy, Windows 10 is and will remain the last monolithic release of Windows. With that being the case, it is in Microsoft's best interest—as well as its customers—to ensure that it remains the most secure release. To help with that, Microsoft is upping the ante...
  • Blizzard’s Overwatch Penalty System Brings Stiffer Penalties For Bad Behavior

    For all of life's mysterious, there is one simple trick to everyone living in harmony. Simply put, don't be a jerk. No really, it's that simple. Of course, sometimes you wouldn't know it when playing an online multiplayer game, such as Overwatch. That is something that bothers Blizzard and goes...
  • Meg Whitman steps down from HP Inc board

    Meg Whitman is stepping down from HP Inc’s board as chairwoman, and announced that Chip Berg, who previously worked at Procter and Gamble, has been elected as the new independent chairman. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products...
  • AMD Announces Athlon X4 And A-Series CPUs Compatible With Ryzen AM4 Motherboards

    Much of the focus on AMD's AM4 platform has been Ryzen, which now spans three different product tiers based on the company's Zen architecture (Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5, and Ryzen 7). However, Ryzen is not the only processor family that is compatible with AM4. AMD served up 7th generation Bristol...
  • Snowballs In Hell? Microsoft Pledges Support For Open Source And Linux Joining Cloud Native Computing Foundation

    Microsoft wasn't always particularly pro-open source. In fact, for much of its history, the software giant was very much focused on its own offerings often to the detriment of anything open source. That isn't the case today with Microsoft contributing to open source projects and developing versions of its popular...

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