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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • AMD Ryzen 3 1300X And 1200 Processor Review: More Affordable Zen

    AMD is officially launching its latest series of Ryzen processors today, the affordably priced Ryzen 3. As the branding suggests, Ryzen 3 will complement the previously launched Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 series of desktop processors, but will target lower cost, entry-level price points. Ryzen 3 isn’t your typical, entry-level...
  • Ransomware 'here to stay', warns Google study

    Cyber-thieves have made at least $25m (£19m) from ransomware in the last two years, suggests research by Google. The search giant created thousands of virtual victims of ransomware to expose the payment ecosystem surrounding the malware type. Most of the money was made in 2016 as gangs realised how lucrative...
  • Facebook calls for a more people-centric security industry

    The security industry needs to worry less about technology and more about people, said Facebook's security boss. Alex Stamos scolded the security industry in the opening keynote of the 2017 Black Hat conference. He said there was too much focus on technically complex "stunt" hacks and not enough on finding...
  • Buzzkill Walmart Cancels Every SNES Classic Pre-Order Blaming Website Glitch

    It’s official; if you managed to somehow be awake Friday night to get in on Walmart’s pre-order madness for the Nintendo SNES Classic, your celebratory dance is about to turn into misery. We initially thought that Walmart was randomly canceling pre-orders that went through, but the company just sent out...
  • Radeon Crimson ReLive 17.7.2 Brings Enhanced Sync To Uncap VSync Framerate And GPU Profiler For DX12 And Vulcan

    If you own an AMD Radeon graphics card, we’ve got some good news to hand down to you to today. AMD has announced the arrival of Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.7.2, which brings with it a number of new features that will help make your gaming experience even more...
  • Google tests auto-play videos in search results

    Google has confirmed that it is trialling videos that automatically start playing when they appear in its search results. The test comes at a time when its rival Apple is preparing to make it easier to prevent videos from self-starting within its web browser. Facebook has also faced criticism for...
  • Google Pixel 2 And Pixel XL 2 Exposed In New Speculative Renders

    It's starting to look like Google's upcoming Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones could become some of the most alluring Android phones the company - or any company, for that matter - have released in a long time. A couple of weeks ago, we pored over the details of what was...
  • AMD Semi-Custom Silicon May Power Atari's All New Ataribox

    Early last week, Atari finally revealed to the world the [hopefully] final design of its Ataribox gaming console. Pulling from some retro design cues that were introduced with the decade’s-old Atari 2600 console, the smallish box will do battle with the likes of the Nintendo NES Classic and SNES Classic...
  • Toyota Eyes Huge Splash In Electric Vehicle Market With Fast Charging Solid State Batteries

    Gas prices being what they are, we are always encouraged when automakers announce advancements in electrical battery technologies that could one day flip the automobile industry on its head. So it goes with Toyota—the Japanese automaker this week said it is getting close to a breakthrough in electric car battery...
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper X399 Motherboards From Gigabyte, ASRock And MSI Exposed

    If you are planning to build a system around a high-end desktop (HEDT) processor, then you probably have AMD's upcoming Threadripper launch on your radar. We will have to wait and see how things shake out, but on paper, Threadripper looks impressive—compared to Intel's HEDT lineup, Threadripper offers more cores...

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