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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • AMD Teases Pint-Sized Radeon RX Vega Nano

    AMD has been slow playing the launch of its next generation processors and graphics cards. The marketing strategy has created a ton of hype surrounding Ryzen, Threadripper, and Vega, and just when it seemed like there was nothing else to tease, AMD decided to pass around a Radeon RX Vega...
  • Dell Celebrates 20 Years Of Precision Workstations By Updating Mobile And Desktop Portfolio

    Dell as a company has been around for more than three decades and shows no signs of slowing down. But it was 20 years ago that Dell began selling Precision workstations to professionals. To celebrate two decades of Precision workstations, Dell skipped the cake and streamers, and instead announced a...
  • Google's In-Store Tracking Of Users' Purchases Draws Watchdog Group Ire

    Being tracked when you are online is a everyday reality for many of us. While there are ways that you can hide your online shopping and surfing habits from tracking devices and marketers, the majority of us don't care if Google knows that we bought new pants from Amazon. Google's latest...
  • HP Z VR Backpack PC Takes Wearable VR PCs Into The Business World

    VR and AR are two of the biggest growth areas in computing today. So far, much of that growth has been focused on gaming, like the new Lenovo and Disney tie up for Star Wars AR content. The future will also see wider use of VR and AR in the...
  • The 'creepy Facebook AI' story that captivated the media

    The newspapers have a scoop today - it seems that artificial intelligence (AI) could be out to get us. "'Robot intelligence is dangerous': Expert's warning after Facebook AI 'develop their own language'", says the Mirror. Similar stories have appeared in the Sun, the Independent, the Telegraph and in other online...

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