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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Satya Nadella Voted Against Microsoft's Nokia Purchase Fearing Apple, Google Were Too Dominant

    Microsoft attempted to use its purchase of Nokia's Devices and Services division to give it a first-row seat in the global smartphone market, pitting it against the likes of the Apple iPhone and smartphones running Google's Android operating system. In addition, by developing both the operating system and hardware in-house...
  • Firefox Quantum Browser Looks To Leapfrog Google Chrome With Breakneck Speed

    It might be time to look at a different web browser if you have been set in your ways with how you navigate the internet. A brand new beta version of Firefox has just landed and while technically it would be Firefox 57, the changes are so big that it's...
  • Search on for personal flying machine

    The search is on for a mass market personal flying machine, with a $2m (£1.4m) competition to "make the dream of personal flight [a] reality". Sponsored by Boeing and run by start-up GoFly, the competition will encourage teams from around the world to come up with designs. Entries must be...
  • Storage 101: The IoT’s impact on storage

    One thing is clear thing about the impact of the internet of things (IoT) on storage – there can be no single method to deal with the data generated by things, not least because there is such a wide variety of data generators and data types. By submitting your personal...
  • Dubai tests drone taxi service

    Dubai has conducted its first test of a drone taxi service that it hopes will become a viable transportation system in the city. The two-seater, 18-rotor unmanned vehicle took off for a five-minute flight above a strip of sand on the Gulf coast. The flight was watched by Crown Prince...
  • Plex News Launches With Free Streaming News Clips For Cord-Cutters

    Plex is looking to become your one-stop-shop for all things related to digital media. Plex has already become an incredinly popular destination to organize your movies, TV shows, photos and music, and recently became a centerpiece for directing operations for your local Live TV and DVR. Now, Plex wants to...
  • Sony Sours On Handheld Gaming Console, Will Focus On Home Gaming And Smartphones

    Sony has taken various stabs at handheld gaming over the years. Remember the PlayStation Portable? How about the followup PlayStation Vita? Now would be a good time to introduce yet another handheld console, if that was the direction Sony wanted to go. But with smartphones now both powerful and ubiquitous...
  • K|NGP|N Shatters Benchmark Records With Intel Core i9-7980XE And EVGA X299 Dark Motherboard

    In case you missed it yesterday, Marco brought you an excellent review of Intel’s new Skylake-X based Core i9-7960X and Core i9-7980XE HEDT processors. Boasting 16 and 18 cores respectively, these enthusiast-class processors can process up to 36 threads and are aimed at mega-taskers. The 7960X and 7980XE feature base...
  • Ataribox Retro Console Runs Linux And Features AMD APU With Radeon Graphics

    Gaming pioneer Atari is getting into the hardware business with its Ataribox, a retro-themed game console with modern guts. The physical design pays homage to the original Atari 2600, a video game console released four decades ago this month, only it is sleeker and does not accept game cartridges. Instead...
  • ShowtimeAnytime.com Hacked To Mine Monero Cryptocurrency Using Coin Hive Miner

    It looks like another major hack has been perpetrated against a major company, this time the hack was of pay TV network Showtime's streaming platform, ShowtimeAnytime.com. The platform allows users with a subscription via a cable network to stream shows via a browser from anywhere. People with no TV subscription...

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