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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Uber using 'aggressive' tactics says Mayor

    London Mayor Sadiq Khan says Uber has bought "unfair pressure" on Transport for London (TfL), with an "army" of PR experts and lawyers. The Mayor says Uber has made "aggressive" threats about taking TfL to court. On Friday, TfL denied it a new licence to operate in London, citing concerns...
  • Intel Core i9-7980XE And Core i9-7960X Review: Intel Attacks AMD Threadripper

    Over the last few months, Intel slowly divulged a number of details regarding the two processors we’ll be covering today, its flagship 18-core, behemoth Core i9-7980XE and its slightly smaller sibling, the 16-core Core i9-7960X. The fact that these two processors were in the works was officially disclosed all the...
  • Intel Unveils 8th Gen Core Desktop Processors Boasting Up To 32 Percent More Performance

    The next piece in Intel's 8th generation Core family puzzle has just been revealed, and we're quite certain that you've already heard quite a bit about it from us. Following the launch of its 8th generation Kaby Lake Refresh mobile processors in late August, Intel is following up with the...
  • Nintendo SNES Classic Edition Launches This Week, Here’s Everything You Need To Know

    Nintendo sparked retro gaming mania last year when it introduced the NES Classic Edition console. The announcement came out of nowhere, and gave fans of Nintendo's first home gaming system a chance to relieve their childhood (or early adulthood). Packed with 30 games and a bargain $60 price tag, the...
  • iPhone 8 Vs. Galaxy Note 8 Drop Test Shows Samsung Flagship Triumphant

    The ongoing debate between Apple and Samsung might never be settled—some people prefer iPhone handsets and iOS, others are big time fans of Galaxy devices and Android. Each side has their pros and cons, though if you purchased a Galaxy Note 8 and are looking for bragging rights over the...
  • AMD Abandons CrossFire Branding For Multi-GPU Setups Since DX12 Does It Differently

    As long as we have been able to cram multiple video cards into our computers, the branding from NVIDIA and AMD had been the same. NVIDIA calls its multi-GPU tech SLI and AMD has coined theirs CrossFire. With the release of the new drivers to allow gamers to put multiple Radeon...
  • LG V30 Flagship To Flaunt A 2-Year Warranty For US Consumers

    It looks as though LG is going to do US customers a solid by offering a full 2-year warranty on its forthcoming V30 smartphone. Other than being specific to the US, the caveat (and it is not really much of one) is that customers will have to register their V30...
  • Apple Claims iPhone 8 And iPhone X Are Too Complex For Mere Mortals To Repair

    Back in the good old days, it used to be rather trivial to replace components on many smartphones. If your battery was dead, you just popped off the back panel and installed a fresh one. Cracked display? Loosen a few screws, lift up the display panel, remove a few flex...
  • Intel's Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake Monster CPU Easily Overclocks To 4.8GHz On Air

    For those looking for an upgrade to their gaming desktop, but don't want to pony up for one of Intel's Skylake-X processors (or go the AMD Ryzen 7 route), it's looking like the upcoming hexa-core Coffee Lake processors are going to be overclocker friendly. As we already know, the Core...
  • Intel Kills Project Alloy Reference Virtual Reality Headset Program

    If you were one of the Intel fans looking forward to the Project Alloy VR headset that was to be an open reference design from Intel, the project has been officially cancelled. The reason cited by Intel for not pursuing the project any further was lack of partner interest. If...

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