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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Another Day, Another Intel Coffee Lake Leak Complete With Full Benchmarks

    There's been a ton of talk surrounding Intel's upcoming 8th-gen Core processors, dubbed "Coffee Lake". Based on what we've seen so far, Intel is striking back hard at AMD, offering more cores at the top-end (over its own previous generation), and higher frequencies overall. We've even seen the Core i7-8700K...
  • LG V30+ Arrives As Sprint Exclusive October 5 With 128GB Of Internal Storage

    Sprint has announced something that LG V30 fans who wished for more storage will be pretty pumped about, and it's known as the the LG V30+. This smartphone will be a Sprint exclusive at launch, and that launch will happen on October 13, which is about a week after the...
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Development Spun Off To Its Own PUBG Corp. Entity

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is a smash hit by any measurement and is doing incredibly well considering it's only available on Steam for PC right now. It is, however, the number one most played game on Steam currently and that's pretty huge considering some of the eSports mega-titles hosted on the platform...
  • Bethesda's Original Fallout Is Now Free Via Steam To Celebrate 20th Anniversary

    If you haven't experienced any of the post-nuclear worlds from the popular Fallout series, now is your chance to jump on board, starting at the beginning. Bethesda, which owns the rights to the original Fallout game developed by Interplay, is celebrating the title's 20th anniversary by giving it away for...
  • Social media warned to crack down on hate speech

    The EU is urging social networks to be more proactive in both preventing and swiftly removing hate speech. It has produced a list of guidelines that include the increased use of automation to stop removed content being reposted, and removing flagged content more quickly. Tech firms will be monitored by...
  • DISH Enables 4K Netflix For Whole Home With Hopper 3 And 4K Joey

    There are plenty of options out there for cable and satellite TV service and while many people are more concerned with cutting that cord and using streaming services, DISH Network is still a big choice for many people. DISH has announced a new feature today that fans of Netflix in...
  • Apple Reportedly Designing Custom ARM Processors For Macs And iPhone Modems To Supplant Intel And Qualcomm Chips

    Tell us if you've heard this one before. Apple, which is obsessed with bringing as much of its hardware design in-house as possible, is looking to cut out supplier like Intel and Qualcomm with its own custom chips. We've seen it happen recently with Imagination Technologies, which was dropped by...
  • Crucial BX300 3D MLC SSD Review: Affordable, Durable, Solid State Storage

    Crucial recently launched a new series of solid state drives that somewhat defy convention. While a number of other recent releases feature various flavors of TLC NAND, the Crucial BX300 series we’ll be showing you here actually features 3D MLC NAND flash memory. In the current SSD landscape, MLC NAND...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Rumored To Launch October 26

    All signs are pointing to NVIDIA releasing a GeForce GTX 1070 Ti in less than a month. Just over a week ago, Gigabyte's Facebook page seemingly confirmed the existence of the graphics card, confirming earlier rumors. Now, a fresh report is suggesting that the card will launch just in time...
  • T-Mobile Rescues Samsung Galaxy S8 Active From AT&T's Exclusive Walled Garden

    Choice is a good thing, though anyone who has ever wanted a rugged version of Samsung's Galaxy phones (dubbed "Active") would have to receive wireless service from AT&T. That is because Samsung's rugged variants have always been exclusive to AT&T (save for the Galaxy S5 Sport in 2014, essentially a...

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