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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Intel Confirms Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake Single-Threaded Performance 11% Faster Than 7700K

    Intel; is set to officially lift the veil on its Coffee Lake family of processors on Monday to coincide with the solar eclipse that will sweep across the United States. However, a new leak out of China gives us an early glimpse of Intel’s own guidance for Coffee Lake performance...
  • Crackdown 3 To Miss Big Xbox One X Debut, Now Delayed Until Spring 2018

    Crackdown 3 is proving a bit more ambitious than its developers anticipated. As a result, it will not launch alongside the Xbox One X this November. Both were scheduled to debut on November 7, 2017, and while that still applies to the Xbox One X console, Microsoft Studios is pushing...
  • Motorola Patent Reveals Smartphone Polymer Display Tech That Self-Heals Unsightly Cracks

    Imagine if your smartphone could identify cracks in its display and then heal itself, much like your own body does when its suffers a scrape or bruise. It may sound like something out of a science fiction movie, but perhaps it is not all that far fetched. Motorola has been...
  • Sound BlasterX AE-5 Review: An Uncompromising Gaming Sound Card For Audiophiles

    Creative Labs was instrumental in evolving PC audio with notable products, like the Sound Blaster 16, AWE 32, AWE64, Live!, Audigy, X-Fi, and Extigy, and algorithms like EAX technology. Most of its competitors through the last three decades, like Yamaha, ESS, Turtle Beach, Auzentech and M-Audio, evolved their product line-ups...
  • Here’s How To Make Free Phone Calls With Google Home AI Assistant

    A smart speaker that does not allow you to make phone calls does not seem very smart, does it? Google agrees, and so the Mountain View outfit is bringing hands-free calling to its Google Home speaker. Starting soon, the AI assistant powering Google Home will allow users to make voice-activated...
  • Facebook Tweaks App UI For Better News Feed Readability

    Facebook is always making tweaks and introducing new features to lure in the handful of people out there who aren't already on the social network, and to keep those who frequently use Facebook happily posting pictures of food, dogs and kids. The social giant recently announced that it was bringing...
  • LG V30 Poses With Its Skinny Display Bezels In Full Frontal Photo Leak

    It will not be long before LG officially unveils its delicious new flagship phone, the V30. Until then, there are plenty of leaks to whet your appetite. The latest one comes from Evan Blass, the infamous inside man who goes @evleaks on Twitter. Blass posted what are undoubtedly officially press...
  • BMW Debuts Gorgeously Hot Concept Z4 Roadster At Pebble Beach

    Hot on the heels of the Concept 8 Series that was unveiled at the Concorzo d’Eleganza Villa d’Este in Lake Como, Italy, BMW has pulled the wraps off the successor to the long-in-the-tooth E89 generation Z4 convertible (first introduced way back in 2009). BMW’s Concept Z4 adopts a similar design...
  • T-Mobile Lights Up World's First 600 MHz LTE Network, Compatible Phones Arrive Q4

    T-Mobile isn't messing around, it wants to be the biggest carrier in the U.S. and it is working hard to make that a reality. The third-place wireless carrier has promised to roll out a nationwide 5G network by 2020, and positively cleaned up at the FCC 600 MHz spectrum auction...
  • Daily Stormer: Cloudflare drops neo-Nazi site

    Media playback is unsupported on your device A neo-Nazi site that disparaged a woman who died during protests in Charlottesville has faced another wave of rejection by web companies. The Daily Stormer's account with Cloudflare - which protects websites from distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks - has been terminated...

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