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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Xbox One Fall Creators Update To Unlock Expanded Hardware Resources For Devs

    When it comes to developing games, the easier it is to make a game for multiple systems, the better it is for gamers because studios can make better games with more resources that function across all platforms. Microsoft has announced that it has launched a new Expanded Resource feature in...
  • Pirate Bay Allegedly Runs A Bitcoin Miner In Background Of User Systems But It Can Be Blocked

    The Pirate Bay made its name as the site to go to if you want to download pirated applications, games, music or movies. The site is infamous for skirting the jurisdiction of authorities in the U.S. and abroad while letting people download and share copyrighted materials without paying. This time around...
  • Apple’s Development Of iPhone X's Muscular A11 Bionic Processor Was A 3-Year Journey

    Following months of rumors, leaks, and a mountain of speculation, Apple earlier this week finally unveiled its next generation iPhone devices, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10). While the phones themselves are interesting for what they bring to the mobile sector, what is...
  • Equifax data breach: Credit rating firm replaces key staff

    US credit report giant Equifax has replaced two senior staff after revealing last week it had suffered a massive data breach. Data on up to 143 million Americans, about 400,000 Britons and a number of Canadians may have been stolen by hackers between mid-May and July. The chief information officer...
  • Buzzkill T-Mobile Will Choke Apple Watch Series 3 To 3G Speeds On Its Network

    Earlier this week, the third generation Apple Watch -- the Series 3 -- was announced alongside the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. While the Apple Watch Series 3 looks pretty much like its predecessors from the outside, customers now have the choice to add LTE connectivity with...
  • WD's G-Technology G-Drive SSD R-Series Transfers Data At 560MB/s Over USB-C

    Western Digital has tossed a new portable storage solution onto the market that photography pros and amateurs alike will appreciate if they are working with large file sizes. The drive is marketed by G-Technology and is called the G-Drive mobile SSD R-Series. The portable drive is aimed primarily at professional...
  • Behold The BrainChip PCIe Card, World's First Accelerator For Neuromorphic Computing

    BrainChip has just announced a new add-in card that is specifically designed to accelerate neuromorphic computing. Neuromorphic hardware is tasked with mimicking the pathways of the human brain by using neural technology to process large amounts of data parallel in bursts or "spikes" over short span of time. In this...
  • Equifax says almost 400,000 Britons hit in data breach

    Data about British people "may potentially have been accessed" during the data breach at the US credit rating firm Equifax. The UK arm of the organisation said files containing information on "fewer than 400,000" UK consumers was accessed in the breach. Last week, Equifax revealed details of the hack and...
  • Facebook to trim advert categories aimed at 'anti-Semites'

    Facebook is reviewing its ad targeting system after investigators found they could direct ads to self-described anti-Semites. Researchers at ProPublica found several ad categories for people who had declared that they "hated" Jews. Facebook said its algorithms automatically created the categories when analysing user interests. It said it would trim...
  • Microsoft Surface Studio review: An extraordinary all-in-one PC with a price to match

    Originally launched in the US last Christmas, Microsoft's own-brand all-in-one PC is finally on sale in the UK. It's been a frustrating wait, in an age when we've come to expect near-simultaneous availability - but once you lay eyes on the Surface Studio it's understandable. This is the very definition...

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