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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Google signs $1.1bn HTC smartphone deal

    Alphabet's Google has struck a $1.1bn (£822m) deal with Taiwan's HTC to expand its smartphone business. Google will not take a stake in the firm, but some HTC staff will join the Silicon Valley giant. The Taiwanese company was once a major player in the smartphone market but has struggled...
  • Xbox One X Pre-Orders Begin, Demo The Machine At Best Buy This Weekend

    If you didn't bite on the pre-order madness for the Xbox One XProject Scorpio Edition consoles a while back, now is your chance to pre-order the standard version of Microsoft's latest console hardware. Pre-orders kicked off today at 10 AM PT at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy and GameStop for...
  • Toshiba Unveils Plan To Sell Its Microchip Business For $18 Billion USD

    After spending many months battling roadblock after roadblock in its fight to continue to be listed on the Toyko Stock Exchange, Toshiba has unveiled a definitive plan to offload its microchip business. Investors have come to the company's rescue, offering up $18 billion USD to acquire its lucrative NAND capacities...
  • Nest reveals alarm system and smart doorbell

    Nest is expanding its range of smart home products, ending a lull in which it improved existing kit, but did not expand into fresh categories. The items include an internet-connected intruder alarm, a video-streaming doorbell and a door lock system developed in collaboration with Yale. In addition, the firm...
  • Motorola Moto X4 Coming To US With Android One Via Project Fi

    The cat was first let out of the bag earlier this month that Motorola would bring the Moto X4 to the United States as the country's first Android One device. Today, Google confirmed that news and announced that the Moto X4 will be available via its Project Fi wireless service...
  • Wolfenstein II Gameplay Trailer Brings Brutally Intense Nazi Beatdowns And Is Totally NSFW

    We got our first taste of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus earlier this year at E3 when a trailer was released for the highly anticipated game. As the follow-up to 2014's Wolfenstein: The New Order, Wolfenstein II: New Colossus sees the American spirit paralyzed, as the Nazi's scored a decisive...
  • AMD Radeon RX Vega Custom-Designed Cards Will Allegedly Arrive In October

    AMD is still trying to get a handle on Radeon RX Vega production in the wake of the cryptocurrency craze that is contributing to a shortage of graphics cards in general. In the meantime, it appears that AMD's hardware partners are readying custom designed cards with fancy cooling solutions and...
  • Google’s AI Chief Isn’t Buying Elon Musk’s Skynet Rise Of The Machines Doomsday Predictions

    SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been making headlines recently for his rather dire predictions regarding the future of artificial intelligence. The tech mogul fears that AI may advance to the point where it could turn on its human "handlers" and could even spark World War III if left...
  • Intel Shows Off 10nm Cannon Lake Wafer For 9th Generation Core Processors

    We are getting closer to the launch of Cannon Lake, the highly anticipated processor architecture that Intel has been working on for what feels like an eternity. There is still no exact release date for Cannon Lake, though Intel did whip out a wafer of the forthcoming architecture at its...
  • Vexata launches VX NVMe physical and virtual appliances

    NVMe solid state array maker Vexata has come out of stealth with a family of NVMe-connected NAND flash and 3D Xpoint products it claims offer near bare-metal – ie, tens of microseconds – storage input/output (I/O) performance. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may...

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