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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Minecraft Tops 74 Million Active Players, 144 Million Copies Sold To Date

    Microsoft may have seemed bonkers to shell out a staggering $2.5 billion to acquire Mojang, the developer behind Minecraft, around three and a half years ago, but on hindsight it's looking like a smart play. Minecraft continues to grow in popularity, hitting all-time highs in pretty much every important metric...
  • Opera Brings Built-In Cryptocurrency Mining Protection To Its Browsers

    Makers of the Opera browser are fighting back against the recent trend of hijacking people's browsers with cryptocurrency mining scripts. The Scandinavian browser maker became the first to implement built-in protections against such scripts in the desktop version of Opera, and now the company has turned its attention to its...
  • Cloud firm speeds customer analytics with Pure Storage arrays

    Managed services provider Cloudhelix has deployed flash arrays from Pure Storage that have allowed customers to slash processing times from half a day to minutes. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree...
  • Google CEO Sundar Pichai Likens Artificial Intelligence To A Fire That Must Be Properly Harnessed

    Google CEO Sundar Pichai was recently interviewed, and the conversation covered many topics in the tech world. One of the areas that was touched upon was artificial intelligence (AI) and what the future will hold for the technology. In that regard, Pichai likens AI to fire. Google CEO Sundar Pichai...
  • T-Mobile Smokes Rivals Mobile Carriers In Speed According To OpenSignal Analysis

    Mobile networks are not all created equal, despite the fact that if you look at coverage maps they often boast nearly identical coverage in many areas. Each year OpenSignal issues a report that looks at all the mobile carriers in the U.S. and compares the speed and performance offered to...
  • Kim Dotcom suing New Zealand government for damages

    Kim Dotcom, the founder of file-sharing site Megaupload, is suing the New Zealand government for billions of dollars in damages over his arrest in 2012. The internet entrepreneur is fighting extradition to the US to stand trial for copyright infringement and fraud. Mr Dotcom says an invalid arrest warrant negated...
  • Amazon's checkout-free store opens

    In a move that could revolutionise the way we buy groceries, Amazon opens its first supermarket without checkouts - human or self-service - to shoppers on Monday. Amazon Go, in Seattle, has been tested by staff for the past year. It uses an array of ceiling-mounted cameras to identify each...
  • Amazon Go Futuristic Cashierless Grocery Store Opens To Public On Monday

    Just over a year ago, Amazon first announced its concept for a cashierless grocery store, called Amazon Go. The stores have been up and running around Amazon's Seattle, Washington headquarters, but only for Amazon employees while the company worked out the bugs. However, Amazon announced that the general public will...
  • Intel Core i3-8300 And Core i5-8500 Quad And Six-Core Coffee Lake Processors Arriving Mid-February

    To say that 2017 was an interesting year for CPUs would be a gross understatement. With Ryzen, AMD delivered its most impressive processor family in a decade, and soon after, Intel unveiled its high-end Core X series. That was then followed by another Intel launch: the mainstream-targeted 8th generation "Coffee...
  • FCC Backtracks On Reducing Broadband Speed Standard, Admits Wireless Can't Replace Home Broadband

    The FCC has been catching heat in its current form for making changes to existing regulations governing broadband internet access. The big change the FCC made was to eliminate the net neutrality rules that forced ISPs to treat all traffic equally, no matter the service or application. Another place where...

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