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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Walmart’s SNES Classic Pre-Order False Alarm Causes Mass Confusion But The Real Deal Is Coming Soon

    If you pre-ordered a SNES Classic game console from Walmart last week, your order may have been cancelled. There have been a lot of rumors flying around out there about why exactly the orders were cancelled. According to comments over at Nowinstock, multiple pre-order buyers are confirming their orders were cancelled. Reports...
  • Microsoft Paint avoids brush with death

    Microsoft has confirmed that it will continue to offer its graphics program Paint. In a recent update, it had listed Paint as a feature that would be either removed or no longer developed. Paint, renowned for its simplicity, has been part of the Windows operating system since its launch in...
  • Rehab camp aims to put young cyber-crooks on right track

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Teenagers caught carrying out hacking and cyber-attacks could soon be attending a rehab camp that aims to divert them away from a life of crime. The first weekend camp for offenders was held in Bristol this month as part of the National Crime...
  • Ethereum Made A Mockery As Veritaseum ICO Hack Loses $8.4 Million To Theft

    With Ethereum (ETH) rising after recently dipping below the $200 mark, cryptocurrency thieves are back in action, once again stealing a throng of tokens. The most recent theft, which hit Veritaseum’s initial coin offering (ICO), was valued at $8.4 million. The ICO was held over the weekend, and that’s when...
  • Western Digital Announces 'X4' Four Bits-Per-Cell 64-Layer 3D NAND For SSDs

    Western Digital today announced that it has successfully developed four bit-per-cell (also known as X4) 3D NAND built using 64-layer, BiCS3 technology. The company says that these chips can store 768 gigabits on a single chip (equivalent to 96GB), which is a 50% increase from 512 gigabit three bit-per-cell NAND...
  • Android O Developer Preview 4 Released, Final Version ‘Coming Soon’

    Android is the most popular operating system in the world, and any new release is met with much fanfare. That will certainly be the case with Android O, which is the latest in a long line of mobile operating systems from Google (and is still unnamed). Google today announced that...
  • AMD Unveils Ryzen Threadripper’s Massive And Amazingly Flashy Retail Packaging

    AMD Ryzen Threadripper is so close, we can almost taste it. While gaming enthusiasts are no doubt excited to see early benchmarks of the HEDT processor (and get their hands on them), AMD itself is also getting hyped for the launch. That’s why AMD CEO Lisa Su took to Twitter...
  • Microsoft To Kill Venerable Paint App With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

    Next to Minesweeper and Facebook, Microsoft's nifty little Paint utility might go down as the one of the all-time great time wasters while toiling away at work. While the clock goes tick-tock, one way to pass the time is to doodle on your desktop using Paint, and there is actually...
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Active Images Leak Boasting Rugged Design And Massive Battery

    The Galaxy Note 8 might be the most highly anticipated new smartphone from Samsung, but the newest version of a popular Galaxy model is also about to make its debut. We’re talking of course about the Galaxy S8 Active, which is the beefier, more shock-resistant version of the gorgeous (and...
  • Intel’s Coffee Lake 6-Core Desktop Processor Family Details Allegedly Leaked

    Barring a surprise launch from Intel (and we are not ruling that out), Coffee Lake will represent the last hurrah for processors built on a 14-nanometer manufacturing process, at least from the Santa Clara outfit. After that we are looking at Cannon Lake, the first desktop processor architecture from Intel...