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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket Maiden Flight Scheduled For February 6 With Tesla Roadster Cargo

    We finally have an official launch date, and if all goes according to plan, Falcon Heavy will [hopefully] blast off from the LC-39A launchpad on February 6th, 2018. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk confirmed the exciting news earlier today via Twitter. The first launch of Falcon Heavy has been in the...
  • Blizzard Is Now Policing Toxic Overwatch Players On YouTube

    As the popularity of online gaming increases, so too does the number of nefarious players that prefer to be vitriolic and dampen everyone else's fun. Fortunately, when this happens to a game as popular as Overwatch, which is run by a company that cares a lot about everyone's experience with...
  • Foundry Giant TSMC Breaks Ground On 5nm Chip Fab With 2020 Production Target

    TSMC has broken ground on a new 5nm fab that will be used to produce the world's first 5-nanometer chips starting in 2020. TSMC builds chips for numerous manufacturers, including NVIDIA, Qualcomm and many others. The new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile chips coming this year are built on the TSMC...
  • Coincheck Hot Wallet Hack Largest On Record: $530M In Crypto Coins Stolen

    A cryptocurrency exchange in Asia called Coincheck has announced that it was the victim of a massive hack that saw hundreds of millions of dollars worth of cryptocurrency stolen in what is the largest heist of its kind in history. Coincheck doesn't call the heist a hack, it says that...
  • Epic Games Shutters Paragon And Offers Refunds, To Focus Hugely Successful Fortnite

    You could see this coming from a mile away, but development studio Epic Games has decided to pull the plug on Paragon, its moderately successful multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title and focus on Fortite, its hugely successful battle royale game. To soften the blow, Epic Games said it will...
  • Google DoubleClick Ad Network Hit With Crypto Mining Malware, YouTube Visitors Affected

    It appears that Google's DoubleClick ad network has become the latest target of relentless miners looking to make an extra buck with the Monero cryptocurrency. The revelation comes after TrendMicro observed that the number of active Coinhive miner detections tripled around January 24th. After doing some detective work, it was...
  • Apple HomePod Smart Speaker Now Up For Preorder In White And Space Gray

    If you have been looking forward to getting an Apple-branded smart speaker in your home, the HomePod is now up for pre-order. HomePod will sell for $349, making it much more expensive than the competing products on the market already. As of this writing the ship date for from the...
  • iPhone SE 2 Rumored For Late Spring Launch With Wireless Charging Support

    It looks as though we won't have to wait until the fall for the first crop of 2018 iPhones from Apple to appear. The successor to the iPhone SE, which is long overdue, is said to launch by June of this year, and perhaps as early as May. We've heard...
  • Microsoft Surface Book 2 review: Undone by its own ambition

    When the Surface Book first launched, Microsoft's debut notebook thoroughly impressed us with a combination of powerful performance, a killer screen and a unique, eye-catching hybrid design. The company has now brought out a follow-up device - the Surface Book 2 - and is hoping to impress us all over...
  • What is a GPU?

    Computers are complicated pieces of technology, but one of the most complex components is the graphics processing unit (or GPU). This chip is largely responsible for rendering everything that's displayed by a PC's monitor, from the user interface all the way up to video files and games. It's not just...

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