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Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • San Francisco, Seattle Planning To Launch Citywide Fiber Networks To Bury Telecom Monopolies

    When you think of the availability of high-speed internet access in the United States, not many people have a wide range of options to choose from. You might have one large cable provider (i.e. Comcast, Charter) to choose from, and if you're lucky (if you can call it that) a second-tier...
  • WannaCry Ransomware Attack That Crippled UK Hospitals Could Have Been Avoided With 'Basic IT Security

    You might think that the massive number of security breaches that have happened in recent years would push corporate giants and medical facilities out there to take a look at their own security and ensure that their networks are protected. We are only a few months removed from the massive...
  • Saudi Arabia Grants Citizenship To A Female Robot While Real Women Fight For Equal Rights

    It might not quite be Skynet, but Saudi Arabia this week made an announcement concerning one of its newest citizens. However, we aren't talking about a human in this case; Saudi Arabia has granted citizenship to a humanoid robot named Sophia. The announcement was made at the Future Investment Initiative...
  • Three criticised over £117 iPhone X monthly deal

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Three has announced a £117 ($150) per month contract for the iPhone X. It's been described as "extreme" and "crazy" on social media. The two-year deal, which includes unlimited data and talk time, is for the largest version of the device. The same...
  • Pixel 2 Pre-Orders Doubled Year-Over-Year According To Google CEO Sundar Pinchai

    There is something to be said from ordering an Android device with Google's own branding. For one, you do not have to worry about a bunch of third-party junk being pre-installed and custom overlays—Google phones deliver an unadulterated Android experience. You also get immediate access to new Android builds. Those...
  • Apple iPhone X Preorder Deliveries Slip To 6 Weeks, Best Buy Tacks On Bogus $100 Upcharge

    Earlier this morning at 12:01 AM PST, Apple opened up pre-orders for the highly anticipated iPhone X. But as is often the case with a new Apple flagship, actually securing one for delivery on launch day was difficult for some customers. The online Apple Store and the Apple Store app...
  • PCI Express 4.0 Specs Released Doubling Bi-Directional Bandwidth To 64GB/s

    The PCI standards group PCI-SIG (Special Interest Group) comprised of AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, and other technology bigwigs announced it has finalized the specifications for the PCI Express 4.0 standard. It has previously announced in June at the group's DevCon event that the spec was feature complete and undergoing review. Now...
  • Intel Optane SSD 900P Series Leverages 3D XPoint Memory For Blazing Fast Performance

    We have been hearing a lot about 3D XPoint memory (now called Optane) over the past couple of years, and more recently we have seen some related products emerge, including a PCIe-based solid state drive for enterprise clients, the Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X. Intel today is following that up...
  • AI Inspired By Human Visual Cortex Demolishes Annoying CAPTCHA Prompts

    If you spend any amount of time on the Internet, you have certainly run across CAPTCHA on a few occasions. CAPTCHA is the security device that forces you to read squiggly words and type them into the box to prove you are a person and not a spamming robot sent...
  • Google addresses Pixel 2 handset complaints

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Google says it is doubling the warranty on its new flagship smartphones following complaints about the screens. Some reviewers have noticed screen "burn in" - a permanent mark of images that have appeared previously - after only a couple of weeks with the...

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