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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Star Wars Battlefront II Stuns In Action Packed Gameplay Trailer Narrated By John Boyega

    There's a new Star Wars movie on the horizon, and Electronic Arts (EA) is looking to leverage the hype surrounding that film to fuel a spectacular launch for Star Wars Battlefront II. Battlefront II is the follow-up to its 2015 predecessor, and EA wants you to know that this game...
  • Google Pixel 2 XL Reportedly Rocks Dual Speakers With Shazam-Style Music Recognition

    There are not many secrets surrounding Google's Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets, both of which have been subject to numerous leaks and rumors the past several months. It's through those leaks that we learned the Pixel 2 will have dual front-firing speakers. This led many to wonder if...
  • AMD Ryzen Pinnacle Ridge 12nm FinFET Processors Allegedly Arriving In February 2018

    Should you build a PC now or wait for what is around the corner? That is the perpetual question that DIY system builders face, and generally speaking, we typically recommend pulling the trigger rather than playing the never-ending waiting game. That said, if you are eyeing up a Ryzen build...
  • Google Strips YouTube Access From Amazon Echo Show Smart Speaker

    There has been a surprising amount of cooperation between some of technology's biggest players when it comes to supporting competing devices. For example, you can load an Android handset with Microsoft software, which is exactly what Bill Gates has done. You can also download Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant, to your...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Google removes Youtube from Amazon Echo Show

    The sci-fi vision of a connected home is quickly becoming a reality: both Amazon and Google have launched smart assistants, with an Apple offering based on Siri announced at WWDC 2017. These products are designed to act as standalone hubs for your digital life. Voice activation systems allow users to ask...
  • Tweeters get cheeky after Twitter ups character limit

    Twitter has announced it is trialling a new 280-character limit to allow users to "easily express themselves" - but the site's users have been predictably snarky. The fun started when Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey took to the social media platform on Tuesday to announce the change. Skip Twitter post...
  • Samsung Galaxy Book 12in review

    The 12in Galaxy Book is Samsung's larger 2-in-1 offering, placing itself in direct competition with Microsoft's Surface range. We gave Samsung's 10.6in version three out of five stars, with the majority of our complaints stemming from its smaller size. The 12in model addresses most of those issues, providing a much...
  • Twitter trials 280-character tweet limit

    Social media site Twitter is trialling longer character limits to help users "easily express themselves". Twitter currently limits tweets to 140 characters, but has doubled that to 280 characters for a small group of users. The current character limit was "a major cause of frustration" for some users, the firm...
  • Leaked AMD Roadmap Highlights Zen 2 'Matisse' 7nm FinFET CPUs Debuting In 2019

    AMD made the CPU market competitive again earlier this year with the launch of Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3. Then, the company turned heads again with the launch of Ryzen Threadripper for enthusiasts. With these successful launches under its belt, AMD isn't easing off the gas anytime soon...
  • Intel Debuts Loihi Self-Learning AI Chip That Mimics Human Brain Mechanics

    Hot on the heels of the debut of its 8th gen Core series, and also its brand-new top-end Core X chips, Intel just announced Loihi. With this new chip, Intel is going all-in on artificial intelligence and self-learning. It also drops a term you may have heard recently: neuromorphic computing...

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