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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Rush to fix 'serious' computer chip flaws

    Tech firms are working to fix bugs that could allow hackers to steal personal data from computer systems. Google researchers said the "serious security flaws" were in chips made by Intel, AMD and ARM, and affected devices which use them. The industry has been aware of the problem for months...
  • Roku Develops Voice-Controlled Digital Assistant, Launches OS Licensing Program For Smart Speakers And TV Soundbars

    When it comes to standalone media streaming hardware, Roku is the market leader with it family of affordable devices. Roku has even managed to integrate its streaming goodness into smart TVs, including popular budget brand TCL. First initiated in 2014, the Roku TV initiative has grown to include eight television...
  • Intel working with rivals to fix flaw

    Chip-maker Intel has said it is working with other major tech firms to fix flaws that could allow hackers to steal personal data from computer systems. The issue was originally linked to a flaw in Intel's chips, but the firm said this was "incorrect". "Many types of computing devices...
  • Intel Responds To Alleged Chip Flaw, Claims Effects Won't Significantly Impact Average Users

    The tech blogosphere lit up yesterday afternoon after reports of a critical bug in modern Intel processors has the potential to seriously impact systems running Windows, Linux and macOS. The alleged bug is so severe that it cannot be corrected with a microcode update, and instead, OS manufacturers are being...
  • Major flaw in millions of Intel chips revealed

    A serious flaw in the design of Intel's chips will require Microsoft, Linux and Apple to update operating systems for computers around the world. Intel has not yet released the full details of the vulnerability, but it is believed to affect chips in millions of computers from the last decade...
  • ASUS AiMesh Enables Some Existing Wi-Fi Routers To Create A Mesh Network For Better Coverage

    Upgrading to a mesh network can improve wireless coverage in your home, allow for faster speeds on devices that sit further away from your router and eliminating dead spots in remote corners. This is especially true if there are several obstructions (walls, doors, and so forth) in your home that...
  • Apple Eases Code Development For App Store Devs With Buddybuild Acquisition

    In what will be a boost to iOS developers (and a blow to some Android devs), Apple has gone out and acquired Buddybuild, a Canadian startup that makes tools for app developers. In a couple of months, Apple will discontinue to tools for Android, making Buddybuild exclusive to iOS developers...
  • Samsung On Track To Sell 320 Million Smartphones in 2018

    Samsung's resolution for 2018 is pretty simple—just sell as many smartphones as it did in 2017. That amounts to around 320 million handsets, and remarkably, that is considered playing it safe (to an extent). Normally companies like to increase sales on an annual basis, but for Samsung, it can afford...
  • AMD Shares Surge Following Disclosure Of Potentially Devastating Intel Chip Flaw

    Intel has egg on its face at the moment, while AMD is making omelettes out of the situation. In case you missed the late breaking news last night, the situation we are talking about is a chip flaw found in all modern Intel processors dating back at least a decade...
  • SpaceX Proudly Displays Falcon Heavy Rocket On LC-39A Launchpad For Static Fire Tests

    It's happening! Some pessimists thought that Falcon Heavy would never see the light of day, but here we are in early January 2018 and the launch vehicle is looking in tip-top shape for its planned launch later this month. SpaceX today delivered pictures and video of Falcon Heavy standing upright...

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