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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Gamer Loses Decades Old Atari Dragster Guinness World Record Over Cheating Allegations

    For more than 35 years, nobody has been able to post a faster speed run in Dragster, a racing game for the Atari 2600, than the 5.51 seconds that had been officially recognized as the record by the game's publisher, Activision, along with The Guinness Book of World Records and...
  • Verizon Kills Plans For Selling Huawei Phones Following US Government Pressure

    Huawei has just experienced another setback in its efforts to partners with a major U.S. wireless carrier to sell its smartphones. Verizon was in discussions to sell smartphones from the Chinese OEM, but those talks have hit a brick wall. Huawei ran into similar trouble with AT&T earlier this year...
  • Google Completes $1.1 Billion Acquisition Of HTC's Pixel Hardware Team

    Four months after announcing a $1.1 billion agreement to acquire most of HTC's phone division, and specifically the company's Pixel division, Google today announced that it has officially finalized the deal. The team that is now a part of Google is the same one that Google work with in developing...
  • Waymo Self-Driving Fleet Rolls Out In Force With Thousands Of Chrysler Hybrid Minivans

    Just two months ago, Waymo announced plans to test a self-driving car service in Phoenix, Arizona, in which commuters could summon a free ride from one of around 600 Chrysler Pacifica hybrid minivans. Now the company is putting the pedal to the metal with "thousands more" of the same hybrid...
  • Intel Core i3-8310U Dual-Core, Quad-Thread Mobile CPU Leaks With 3.4GHz Turbo Clock

    It appears that Intel is looking to make a run at AMD and its Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Ryzen processors in the lower end of the mobile market. Having already released quad-core Core i7 and Core i5 processor variants based on its Kaby Lake Refresh (Kaby Lake-R) architecture, a new...
  • Samsung Unleashes SZ985 Z-SSD With 800GB Of Z-NAND For Supercomputing Applications

    Samsung finally has a launch vehicle for its high-performance Z-NAND memory. Z-NAND, which is a supercharged variant of existing 3D NAND technology, is widely viewed as Samsung's credible alternative to Intel's 3D XPoint “Optane” memory technology (see our recent reviews). The company today launched the SZ985 Z-SSD, which is shipping...
  • ESG survey: Storage spending habits become ‘hybrid-cloud-defined’

    Use of cloud storage is on the rise as a way of gaining capacity without affecting on-premise spend. But at the same time, organisations have pulled some workloads back from the cloud and are saving money by using software-defined storage. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and...
  • Razer Phone Update Adds Netflix HDR Support And Security Patches For Spectre-Meltdown

    The Razer Phone launched back in November and it packed some of the best hardware to be crammed inside a smartphone in recent memory. Razer has now launched a software update for the smartphone that brings some nice new features for owners. The new features might also push some who...
  • Facebook 'no place' for young children

    More than 100 child health experts are urging Facebook to withdraw an app aimed at under-13s. In an open letter to Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg, they call Messenger Kids an "irresponsible" attempt to encourage young children to use Facebook. Young children are not ready to have social media accounts, they...
  • Microsoft disables 'buggy' Intel patch

    Microsoft has disabled a flawed Intel software update that was causing some customers' computers to reboot unexpectedly. Intel had issued its software patch to address a security issue affecting millions of its processors worldwide. But the software caused many machines to reboot or shut down and Intel later told people...

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