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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Facebook Invents A New Unit Of Time With 'Flicks' For Video Creators

    Engineers at Oculus, Facebook's virtual reality division, have invented a new unit of time. No, we are not kidding. For what possible purpose, you ask? Called a flick (frame-tick), the new time measurement is supposed to help media creators and anyone else involved with video to measure an individual frame...
  • Apple's $349 HomePod AI Smart Speaker Launches February 9th

    It hasn't exactly been smooth sailing for Apple's HomePod AI smart speaker, but it appears that calmer waters lie ahead. Apple announced today that the HomePod will be available in stores beginning February 9th. The HomePod was originally supposed to launch in December 2017, but Apple couldn't meet that original...
  • Acer Launches 8th Gen Core Chromebox, 4G LTE Chromebook 11 And Chromebook Spin 11 2-in-1

    Acer has students and educators in its sights with the introduction of two new Chromebook models, including the Chromebook 11 and Chromebook 11 Spin, and a Chromebox mini PC. All three are primarily aimed at the education segment, a place where Chrome OS and, by extension, Chromebooks have thrived due...
  • Kingston SSDNow UV400 Upgrade Kit review

    Although an SSD can make a huge difference to the speed of your PC, increasing boot speeds and application load times, installing one can be tricky. That's doubly so if you want to upgrade a laptop. Kingston wants to make things easy with this, the SSDNow UV400 SSD Upgrade Kit...
  • Facebook invents new unit of time called a flick

    A Facebook engineer has invented a new unit of time called a flick. The flick has been designed to help developers keep video effects in sync, according to a description on the code-sharing site GitHub. A flick, derived from "frame-tick", is 1/705,600,000 of a second - the next unit of...
  • KGI Analyst Claims Apple iPhone X Will Be Discontinued Rather Than Discounted This Fall

    Apple is all about the profit margin when it comes to its devices, and the iPhone X is no exception. The high-end smartphone hasn't sold as strongly as Apple wanted according to some reports, with some citing the high cost of entry. Shipment estimates for Q1 2018 were allegedly slashed...
  • Netflix Subscriber Surge Helps Triple Profits And Push Market Cap To Over $100 Billion

    Netflix is riding a wave of popular shows directly to a boom in subscribers that has had a significant impact on its market capitalization. In the last quarter of 2017, Netflix had 2 million more customers sign up for the steaming service than Wall Street had predicted. The massive subscriber...
  • Hyper-convergence and containers key storage-related deployments in 2018

    Hyper-converged infrastructure and container management are key storage-related projects for UK organisations in 2018. The 2018 ComputerWeekly/TechTarget IT priorities survey, which questioned 243 IT professionals in the UK, found the proportion of respondents that plan to deploy hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) had nearly trebled year-on-year, from 9% to 22%. By submitting your personal...
  • The best laptops you can buy in 2018

    Business laptops have a reputation as being bulky, unattractive beasts, lagging behind their consumer counterparts in terms of power and performance. This needn't be the case, however - businesses looking to upgrade their IT equipment are faced with an embarrassment of riches, and there are sleek, speedy machines to suit...
  • Crypto-cash boom prompts graphics card rationing

    Booming interest in crypto-currencies has been blamed for pushing up the prices of graphics cards. The cards are popular because they speed up the process of minting or "mining" crypto-coins. Keen miners are buying graphics cards in large quantities and running them in parallel to boost their coin-producing efforts. Their...

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