Click here to sign up for our newsletter & receive a £5 voucher![close]
×

Registration

Profile Informations

Login Details

or login

First name is required!
Last name is required!
First name is not valid!
Last name is not valid!
This is not an email address!
Email address is required!
This email is already registered!
Password is required!
Enter a valid password!
Please enter 6 or more characters!
Please enter 16 or less characters!
Passwords are not same!
Terms and Conditions are required!
Email or Password is wrong!

Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Apple changes rules on app 'loot boxes'

    Apple has changed the rules around how games on its app store use loot boxes. These boxes are random rewards for gameplay and often give players benefits and power-ups that can be used in games. In a change to its developer guidelines, Apple said games must now let players know...
  • ZOTAC Launches AMP BOX Thunderbolt 3 Dual-Slot eGPU Enclosures

    Now that more systems are launching with Thunderbolt 3 ports, gaming hardware companies are releasing new product to take advantage of the high-speed connection. ZOTAC is the latest prominent hardware manufacturer to enter the fray with two new external GPU (eGPU) enclosures that can accommodate the latest flagship enthusiast graphics...
  • 3GPP Approves First 5G Wireless Specifications For Next Gen Mobile Devices

    Intel has taken time to congratulate all involved with the new 3GPP Non-Standalone (NSA) 5G New Radio (NR) Standard that was recently completed. The new standard is hailed as a “remarkable step forward for the industry.” With the NSA 5G NR standard complete, for the first item we have an...
  • 2.5 Geeks Podcast 12/20/17: NVIDIA Titan V, Star Wars Jedi Challenges, Snapdragon 845 And Galaxy S9 Rumors, Personal Cloud And More

    by {{#newsItem.Authors}} {{Name}} {{/newsItem.Authors}} — {{PostDate}} {{{newsItem.Body}}} {{#ItemSource}} {{/ItemSource}} Go to Source
  • G.Skill Launches Ripjaws DDR4-4000 32GB SO-DIMM Kit With Ultra-Low Timings

    For the past few months, we've seen Corsair and G.Skill jockey for position when it comes to releasing the "World's Fastest" memory kits. Just last week, Corsair upped the ante with a Vengeance 32GB DDR4-4000 SO-DIMM kit. Today, G.Skill counters with its own Ripjaws kit boasting ultra-low memory timings. G.Skill's...
  • Windows 10 Hello Face Authentication Defeated With Photo Printout

    If you're running an older version of Windows 10, and make heavy use of Windows Hello to login to your PC, you might want to consider moving to the latest build. Researchers from German security firm SYSS have discovered that the Windows Hello biometric authentication system can be defeated using...
  • Facebook Switches Tactics In Its Assault On Weaponized Fake News

    Have you read about the morgue employee who fell asleep on the job and was accidentally cremated? Or what about Denzel Washington referring to former President Barack Obama as the "criminal-in-chief?" These things did not happen, nor did an NFL team declare bankruptcy over player's taking a knee in protest...
  • Snapdragon 835 Powered Windows 10 Ultraportables Expected To Rule Low-End PC Market

    Intel is not the only one making bold moves these days. So are Microsoft and Qualcomm, two other tech giants that recently formed a partnership to deliver Windows 10 laptops and 2-in-1 devices powered by Snapdragon 835 SoCs. Unlike Microsoft's earlier foray into ARM territory with Surface RT, these devices...
  • Micron Readies GDDR6 At Speeds Up To 16Gbps For Next Gen GPUs In 1H 2018

    Graphics processing units (GPUs) are becoming an increasingly hotly contested area in the computing arena. We've seen high-powered GPU powering everything from our gaming consoles, to high-end enthusiast PCs, to accelerators used for artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, to products like DRIVE PX which enable advanced machine vision for...
  • Intel's Krzanich Sees Big Data Future And Vows Bold Ventures In AI, Autonomous Driving

    When it comes to business, playing it safe is not always the way to go. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich knows this as well as anyone, so in a memo sent to to employees, he said the "new normal for Intel" as the company approaches its 50th anniversary will be to...