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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • AMD Shares Slide Then Recover On Earnings Beat, Zen 2 CPUs Spectre-Proof, Radeon Production Ramps For Mining Demand

    Investors do not seem quite sure how to react to AMD's fourth quarter and full year financial results for 2017. In after hours trading, AMD's share price fell 5 percent to $12.25, following the Sunnyvale chip designer announcing fourth quarter net income of $61 million, or 6 cents per share...
  • GDPR requests to take thousands of hours a month, says survey

    UK and European businesses expect to spend hundreds or thousands of hours a month dealing with customer queries about the upcoming European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Meanwhile, most organisations aren’t confident they know where all their data is stored and most aren’t aware of the fines, which...
  • Nintendo Profits Jump 261% Thanks To Epic Switch Console Sales

    Nintendo is doing quite well these days thanks to the Swittch and the popular games that it has made of the new game console. The company recorded revenue of 483 billion yen versus analysis forecasts of 408 billion yen for its most recently completed quarter. This represented a 177 percent increase...
  • Nintendo Switch overtakes the Wii U

    The Nintendo Switch games console has outsold its predecessor, just 10 months after its launch. Nintendo sold 7.23 million Switch consoles in the previous quarter, bringing total sales to about 14.86 million devices. The Wii U, which went on sale in November 2012, sold 13.56 million units before it was...
  • Logan Paul 'more popular' than Zoella with children

    Controversial vlogger Logan Paul has knocked Zoella off the top spot as UK children's favourite YouTuber, according to a study. Paul was embroiled in a row earlier this year when he posted a video showing the body of an apparent suicide victim. His rise suggested children were seeking "edgier" content...
  • Linksys LAPAC2600 review

    Linksys' LAPAC2600 gives small businesses the best of both wireless worlds, as they can deploy it as a standalone AP or use its built-in cluster mode for resiliency, roaming and centralised management. Clustering allows up to 16 Linksys APs of the same model to be joined together and configured from...
  • Facebook Messenger Kids App In Crosshairs Of Child And Privacy Advocates

    Facebook is under constant scrutiny from various parties due to its sheer dominance of the social networking spaces. The company has been making some interesting decisions of late with the most recent change being an announcement this morning that the social network would begin favoring local news content over national...
  • Major eTailer Tells Affiliates To Stop Selling Graphics Cards Because It Can't Keep Up With Bitcoin Demand

    The side effects of the recent price gouging on GPUs from AMD and NVIDIA is now filtering down to sites that use affiliate links to generate additional revenue. One retailer in particular, Newegg, is cutting off the Video Card category for affiliate linking. Newegg attributes this change in policy to...
  • Origin PC Millennium Gaming Desktop Review: Custom Chassis, Blinding Speed

    Origin PC has been making the case for buying a premium PC from a boutique builder, ever since its founders set up shop in Florida nearly a decade ago. A little more recently, Origin PC started quite literally making the case, designing a custom chassis for its Genesis (full-tower) and...
  • IT Priorities 2018: Datacentre infrastructure investments show no signs of slowing

    Investing in infrastructure has been name-checked by IT decision-makers across the UK and Europe as their top datacentre spending priority for the year ahead. 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 that...

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