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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Amazon Fire TV Adds Internet Surfing With Firefox And Silk Web Browsers

    Amazon has announced that users of the Fire TV devices can now surf the web on their TVs thanks to the addition of Firefox and Silk web browsers. The move is yet another way to give Fire TV users access to YouTube while Amazon and Google are still fighting it...
  • LG Announces 34-inch 5K Ultrawide Nano-IPS Display With HDR Support

    LG has announced that it will be bringing new computer displays to CES 2018, and they are both quite impressive. The first is the LG 32UK950, which is a 32-inch UHD 4K monitor with support for HDR600 and LG's Nano IPS technology integrated. That Nano IPS technology uses nanometer-sized particles...
  • HPE ProLiant ML110 Gen10 review: A tower of power

    SMBs tempted to replace their older servers with the latest Xeon Scalable models seen in recent Dell EMC PowerEdge and HPE ProLiant rack models but worried about their budget may find HPE has the answer. Stepping up as the first single socket Xeon Scalable tower server to market, the ProLiant...
  • Apple's iPhones slowed to tackle ageing batteries

    Apple has confirmed the suspicions of many iPhone owners by revealing it does deliberately slow down some models of the iPhone as they age. Many customers have long suspected that Apple slows down older iPhones to encourage people to upgrade. The company has now said it does slow down some...
  • Apple Confirms That It Cripples CPU Performance On iPhones With Aging Batteries

    Apple has a controversy brewing on its hands, and it all started because of a reddit thread that gained traction earlier this month. One redditor complained of poor CPU performance on his iPhone 6s (which was confirmed with multiple Geekbench runs), that was magically "cured" when he installed a new...
  • Samsung DDR4-3600 2nd Gen 10nm DRAM Chips Now In Production

    It seems as though every few months we hear of a new semiconductor breakthrough from Samsung, and today is no different. The company just announced that it has built the world's smallest 8-gigabyte DDR4 DRAM chips ever, thanks to its second-generation 10nm manufacturing process (which Samsung refers to as 1y-nm...
  • Nokia 9 Checks In At FCC With 5.5-Inch Display, 3250 mAh Battery And Snapdragon 835

    We have been hearing about the Nokia 9 for several months now, including rumored specs and even some leaked renders. However, we are more confident than ever that the Nokia 9 will sport a 5.5-inch organic light emitting diode (OLED) display built by LG and powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon...
  • Magic Leap's hi-tech augmented reality glasses revealed

    Magic Leap has unveiled the first version of its augmented reality system to be made public. The Magic Leap One Creator Edition is designed to project light directly into users' eyes to trick their brains into perceiving virtual objects as part of their surrounding environment. It consists of a large...
  • Lenovo Yoga 920 review: a flipping powerhouse

    Other than the Microsoft Surface Pro range, there's been very little in the way of exciting devices on the convertible market. With most 2-in-1s failing to distance themselves from the design Microsoft popularised, most end up being Surface clones and cheaper knock-offs. Within the convertible space, specifically flip-style ultrabooks, it's...
  • 25 Most Popular Passwords For 2017 Include Star Wars And The Usual Cringe-Worthy 123456

    Imagine locking your front door with a strip of tape. Not even duct tape, mind you, but Scotch tape or an easily tearable strip of masking tape. That would be pretty foolish, right? We don't know of anyone who does that, but astonishingly, the most commonly used passwords to protect...

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