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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Gigabyte Unveils GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AORUS With One-Click Overclocking

    For whatever reason, NVIDIA does not want its hardware partners overclocking the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti at the factory. This is probably to prevent closing the performance gap between (and cannibalizing sales of) it and the GeForce GTX 1080, though interestingly enough, NVIDIA said it designed the 1070 Ti with...
  • Google Home Is Buy One, Get One Free Today At Best Buy

    When it comes to AI smart speakers currently on the market, the two dominant players on the market are Amazon's Alexa-powered Echo family and the newly expanded Google Home family. During the Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales bonanza, the "original" Google Home was available for as low as $79, which is...
  • What Is Net Neutrality And Why It Matters To You

    The net neutrality debate is hard upon us, but not everyone understands what's at stake. Most tech-savvy folks understand the issues and have a thoughtful position based on their understanding of the technology and how it's used. But some have no position, mainly because they simply don't follow the tech...
  • Samsung And KDDI Demo 1.7Gbps 5G Gigabit Wireless Link From Moving Train

    We've been hearing quite a bit about wireless 5G technology over the past year, but most of those tests have been with stationary in controlled lab environments. However, Samsung and Japanese telecom giant KDDI have demonstrated a working 5G link from a moving platform -- in this case, a passenger...
  • Apple Reportedly Prepping Crazy Cheap 9.7-inch iPad For 2018 Launch

    If you thought that Apple's $329 9.7-inch iPad was cheap for a relatively large tablet, it could get a lot cheaper. A fresh report suggests that Apple is looking to dramatically reduce the price of the tablet for its next generation, which will likely debut during the first half of...
  • Google Slams Banhammer On Rogue Google Play Apps With Lockscreen Ads

    If you feel like handing out fist-bumps today, save one for Google, which is cracking down on shady ad practices by Android app developers. Google already has several policies in place that restrict overly annoying ad implementations, though up until now, developers were free to splash the lockscreen with ads...
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Limited To 30 FPS On Xbox One X But Could Hit 60 FPS Later

    Do you even battle royale, bro? Many people do, thanks to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), the highly popular battle royale shooter that is getting a full release out of Steam's early access in a couple of weeks, on PC and Xbox One consoles. If you own an Xbox One X, you...
  • Microsoft Job Listing Hints At Snapdragon 845 Powered Surface Tablet Or Surface Phone

    Through its human resources service provider, Microsoft has posted a job listing that suggests its collaboration with Qualcomm will not end with shoving the company's Snapdragon 835 processors into its Surface laptops running Windows 10, but will extend to the Qualcomm's next-generation flagship SoC (system-on-chip), Snapdragon 845. That chip has...
  • 'Care by Volvo' Turns Car Shopping Into A Monthly Subscription Service

    If you have ever purchased a car, you know that it's not always fun and games. You spend hours day at a dealership haggling on price and having the finance department try and talk you into buying things you just simply don’t want. There is a reason why car dealerships...
  • 'Snoopers' charter' changes put forward

    The government has proposed changes to the Investigatory Powers Act (IPA) after accepting that some parts of it are "inconsistent with EU law". The IPA governs the collection and use of communications data by law enforcement agencies. In December 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that...

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