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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • NVIDIA EULA Update Forbids GeForce GPUs In Data Centers To Protect Fat Tesla Margins

    NVIDIA recently updated the End-User Licensing Agreement (EULA) for its software, and some customers are fuming over the change. The "disturbance in the force" comes from an update in language in the EULA, which adds, "No Datacenter Deployment. The SOFTWARE is not licensed for datacenter deployment, except that blockchain processing...
  • Chinese Government Investigates DRAM And NAND Price Fixing Allegations

    Surging NAND flash and DRAM memory chip pricing has prompted China's economic regulator to look into whether or not suppliers such as Samsung and others have engaged in price fixing shenanigans. The chips in question are found in a variety of electronics products, most notably https://hothardware.com/news/solid-state-drive-prices-on-rise-as-nand-demand-outstrips-supplymobile phones, which use both...
  • ISP Bizarrely Warns Customers That Torrenting Could Disable Your Smart Thermostat

    Digital pirates who illegally download and share copyrighted material could be in for a chilly winter, or something like that. Not because of hefty fines, mind you—though that is always a possibility when it comes to file sharing copyrighted content—but due to throttling that could impact the functionality of smart...
  • Apple's $29 iPhone Battery Replacement Program Opens Early Amid ThrottleGate Debacle

    Apple has moved quite swiftly to implement its new pricing policy for iPhone battery replacements. Last week, Apple announced that it would be slashing the price of in-store battery replacements for the iPhone 6 and newer devices from $79 to $29. This move was one of a few steps that...
  • OnePlus 5 Face Unlock Feature Arrives In Android 8.0 Oreo OxygenOS Beta

    OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei recently promised to bring the OnePlus 5T's facial unlock feature to the regular OnePlus 5, citing "popular demand" as the the reason why. Now a few days later, Pei has begun to make good on that promise by way of an OxygenOS beta update. This is...
  • LG Display's 88-Inch 8K OLED TV To Stoke Geek Lust At CES 2018

    LG has announced that it will have a gigantic 8K display on hand at CES 2018 and the display will be a world's first. The 88-inch 8K OLED display will be on hand at the LG booth and shows what we might have in our living room years down the...
  • Germany starts enforcing hate speech law

    Germany is set to start enforcing a law that demands social media sites move quickly to remove hate speech, fake news and illegal material. Sites that do not remove "obviously illegal" posts could face fines of up to 50m euro (£44.3m). The law gives the networks 24 hours to act...

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