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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Prepare for Y2K style Meltdown strategy

    The Spectre and Meltdown chip flaw represents the 21st century’s Y2K moment, analyst Gartner has warned. In Gartner’s Security leaders need to do seven things to deal with Spectre/Meltdown report, distinguished analyst Neil MacDonald discussed seven steps IT departments should take to mitigate the risk. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and...
  • Microsoft Cripples Legacy Windows Phone 7.5 And 8.0 Devices By Killing Push Notifications

    Not everyone wants or needs to upgrade to a new smartphone every year (or even every two years). In fact, some people are quite content with their four- or five-year old devices and continue to use them to this day. However, for users of smartphones running legacy Windows Phone operating...
  • Xbox One X And One S Soon Will Support 1440p Resolution Gaming

    Much of the hype surrounding the Xbox One X is that it supports 4K resolution gaming, assuming you own a compatible display and are trying to play a game that supports that resolution. Even without a 4K display, Microsoft's user of supersampling meant that even gamers playing on a 1080p...
  • Japan's Aspark Owl Electric Hypercar To Throwdown With Tesla Roadsters At 0 To 60 In Under 2 Seconds

    When it comes to electric vehicles with breakneck acceleration, Tesla often comes to mind thanks to vehicles like the Model S and Roadster. However, a Japanese company, Aspark, is looking to put those EVs to shame. We present you with the Aspark Owl, a low-slung electric hypercar that features one...
  • Google Project Zero Team Exposes Microsoft Edge Browser Exploit After Redmond Misses Deadline

    Google's Project Zero team has publicly disclosed a security vulnerability in Microsoft's Edge browser for Windows 10 after Microsoft failed to issue a patch in the allotted time. The Project Zero team alerted Microsoft of a bug relating to the browser's Arbitrary Code Guard (ACG) back in November of last...
  • Intel Core i5-8269U Coffee Lake-U Quad-Core Processor Leaks

    Apparently Intel is prepping another low power Coffee Lake-U processor for laptops and ultrabooks. The new chip, a Core i5-8269U, was discovered over at SiSoftware's Sandra database. That means it is somewhere out in the wild, though there is no way of knowing if the benchmark entry represents a pre-release...
  • This Microsoft Leak Exposes Limitations Of Windows 10 Experience On ARM Devices

    Windows 10 on ARM has been billed as providing the best of both worlds for those looking for the ultimate productivity ultraportables. Qualcomm Snapdragon 835-powered devices running the operating system have compatibility with legacy Windows apps, yet deliver epic battery life in the 20+ hour range. However, given that emulation...
  • Plans drawn up for world's tallest wooden skyscraper

    A Japanese company is planning to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper, to mark its 350th anniversary in 2041. Sumitomo Forestry said 10% of the 70-storey W350 tower would be steel, combined with about 180,000 cubic metres of indigenous wood, enough to build about 8,000 homes, and trees and foliage...
  • iPhone X Production Cut Reportedly Leaves Samsung Searching For New OLED Customers

    Apple may have put up some record numbers for revenue in its last earnings report, but the company reportedly isn’t seeing the kind of demand that it expected for the high-end iPhone X smartphone. Supposed weak demand has allegedly led Apple to slash production of the smartphone in 2018. That...
  • Microsoft Won't Make Moves To Block Mouse And Keyboard Use With Xbox One

    There are plenty of rivalries in gaming; we have PS4 vs. Xbox One, PC vs. console, and mouse/keyboard vs. gamepad. Ask a bunch of PC gamers why they dislike console gaming and odds are many of them will say they hate gamepads and prefer the mouse and keyboard combination. So...

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