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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • HTC Suspends Trading As Google Acquisition Buzz Reaches A Fevered Pitch

    There have been rumors that Google is considering a buyout of HTC, a longtime supporter of the company's Android operating system for mobile device. Those rumors are picking up steam on the heels of the Taiwanese Stock Exchange (TWSE) announcing plans to halt trading in share of HTC "pending the...
  • Toshiba to sell chip unit for $18 Billion to Bain-led group

    Toshiba has agreed today to sell its flash memory unit for $18 billion to a group led by Bain Capital. The Bain group is backed by Japanese and overseas companies, and even Toshiba, as reported by Bloomberg. Apple, Dell, SK Hynix and Hoya are set to provide financial support, according...
  • Intel's Burly Core i9-7980XE Skylake-X 18-Core CPU Crushes The Competition In Benchmark Leak

    The Core i9-7980XE sits atop Intel's new line of high end desktop processors (HEDT) and is a monster chip with beastly specs. It is also the most expensive CPU in Intel's Core X-series, which consists of both Kaby Lake-X and Skylake-X SKUs. Priced at $2,000 (MSRP), the Core i9-7980XE is...
  • iPhone X Flagship As An Incredible Value At $999 Says Apple CEO Tim Cook

    Even though the prices of flagship smartphones have seemingly increased to astronomical levels over the past year or two, people were still taken aback by the $999 price tag of the iPhone X when it was officially announced by Apple last week. Sure, previous iPhones have come close to reaching...
  • Nintendo Switch NES Golf Game Only Works On July 11 As Tribute To Late President

    A few days back we talked about hackers digging into the software that runs the Nintendo Switch and discovering a version of NES Golf. This version of the classic Nintendo golf game was enabled with Joy-Con motion controls and supported two players. When the game was discovered many wondered how...
  • Google Daydream View VR Headset Leak Reveals Updated Design

    If you want in on some virtual reality action, one of the cheapest ways to do it is by getting a headset that holds your existing smartphone. Google has just such a headset with the currently available Daydream View that began shipping back in December of last year. It appears...
  • AVer VC320 review

    Measuring just 30cm tall and weighing under a kilogram, this go-anywhere video conferencing solution is perfect for mobile workers. Despite its small size, it has everything you need to quickly set up voice and video conferences at client sites, huddle rooms and the like. The VC320 feels very solidly built...
  • Manchester police still relies on Windows XP

    England's second biggest police force has revealed that more than one in five of its computers were still running Windows XP as of July. Greater Manchester Police told the BBC that 1,518 of its PCs ran the ageing operating system, representing 20.3% of all the office computers it used. Microsoft...
  • Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL And Google Home Mini Leak Ahead Of October Launch

    We've seen plenty of leaks regarding the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL over the past few months, but this might be the most fruitful of them all. We have what are claimed to be images of both new flagship Android Oreo devices. According to Droid-Life, the Pixel 2...
  • T-Mobile Raises Unlimited Data Throttling Threshold From 32GB to 50GB

    T-Mobile has made a name for itself by bucking industry norms and charting its own path. From special T-Mobile Tuesday promotions, to enticing bundle offers, to generous "unlimited" data throttling limits, the third-place wireless carrier usually takes a customer-centric approach to its business model (well, if you don't count that...

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