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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • iPhone X: 10 key moments leading up to the new handset

    Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone launch is expected to be the biggest single upgrade the handset has seen since its launch. A revamped design with an edge-to-edge display, facial recognition ID system and advanced augmented reality features is expected. Several analysts have predicted the asking price for the top-end models will...
  • Intel Partner SimplyNUC Unveils Dawson Canyon 7th Gen Kaby Lake Fanless NUC

    When Intel first unveiled its super-small NUC family of PCs, the company touted it as being the best thing to hit our desktops in quite a while, and in many ways, it's succeeded. NUCs pack an enormous amount of power under their hood given their size, and they can pretty...
  • Amazon's Next Gen Fire TV Looks Like An Echo Dot Hybrid Streaming Device

    There may be a new 4K Apple TV launching tomorrow, but a carefully-timed leak from Amazon is looking to steal the show today. We don't know if this was planned "corporate leak" from Amazon itself, but there are two new Fire TV products that will be arriving shortly from Amazon...
  • G.Skill Uncorks Brutally Fast DDR4-4600 Trident Z Memory For Intel Kaby Lake-X

    G.Skill has rolled out some RAM for computer enthusiasts out there who have the cheddar to plunk down for the Intel's Kaby Lake-X/X299 HEDT platform. This would be THE memory to cram into your Intel Core i9 X-Series rig. The RAM kit is DDR4-4600MHx CL19 and is built using hand-selected...
  • Crossbar Is Developing A ReRAM Solution That Could Trump Intel's 3D XPoint Technology

    Remember the name Crossbar, in case you are not already familiar with the firm. Founded in 2010, Crossbar has designed a ReRAM (resistive random-access memory) solution that could give Intel and its 3D XPoint technology developed in collaboration with Micron a run for their money. Crossbar's implementation is fast and...
  • Nintendo SNES Classic Production 'Dramatically Increased' To Neutralize eBay Scalpers

    While there are still some questions marks regarding the availability of the Nintendo Switch during the hectic holiday shopping season, Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime is giving some hope to those looking to score an SNES Classic. In a recent interview, Fils-Aime says that he would caution those looking to...
  • Microsoft Crafts Custom-Lit Xbox One S With The Chainsmokers

    The American DJ and production duo known as The Chainsmokers have officially arrived, ladies and gentlemen. Not that Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall were not already successful and a well-known team, but when Microsoft takes notice and designs a custom themed Xbox One S just for you, nobody should be...
  • Row over AI that 'identifies gay faces'

    A facial recognition experiment that claims to be able to distinguish between gay and heterosexual people has sparked a row between its creators and two leading LGBT rights groups. The Stanford University study claims its software recognises facial features relating to sexual orientation that are not perceived by human observers...
  • Microsoft Plans Fix For Stuttering, FPS Drops In Windows 10 Creators Update

    One of the things Microsoft focused on when developing the original Creators Update for Windows 10 was playing games. Features such as Beam (now called Mixer) and even a dedicated Game Mode intended to make gaming performance better were introduced with the update. Unfortunately, so were some bugs that had...
  • Google appeals against huge EU anti-trust fine

    Tech giant Google has lodged an appeal against the 2.4bn euro fine it was ordered to pay by the European Commission in June. The regulator had ruled that positioning its own shopping comparison service at the top of Google search results was an abuse of power. The fine was the...

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