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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Walmart Xbox One X Offer Bundles GTA V, Star Wars Battlefront II And Destiny 2 For $499

    If you've been eying the Xbox One X gaming console and haven't yet had the guts to pull the trigger, Walmart is hoping to give you some extra incentive with a new bundle offer. While you're still paying the same $499 price (which is the MSRP for the Xbox One...
  • Intel Unveils DC P4510 Series SSDs For Data Centers Employing 64-layer TLC 3D NAND

    Intel has rolled out new SSD storage solutions that are specifically aimed at the data center market. The new SSDs fall into the Intel SSD DC P4510 Series and use 64-layer TLC 3D NAND. The construction of the SSDs allows end users to do more per server, support broader workloads...
  • Microsoft Surface Pro Receives $200 Price Cut To Celebrate Its 5th Birthday

    You might not realize it, but one popular hardware series is celebrating a birthday this month: the Surface Pro family was launched five years ago in early February 2013. Five years is a long time in tech, and many people thought that Microsoft wouldn't be able to last this long...
  • SpaceX Gains FCC Approval For Low-Latency Satellite Broadband Internet Service

    Just a little over a week after making history with the successful launch of Falcon Heavy, SpaceX is once again in the news. This time around, the company has gained FCC approval to lay the groundwork for a satellite-based internet service called Starlink. When we think of satellite internet, problems...
  • 2.5 Geeks 2/15/18: Geek Love, Raven Ridge, GTX 2080, Snapdragon 845, Clever Dog Bots, New SSDs!

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  • Researchers Develop All New Exploits For Meltdown And Spectre Processor Vulnerabilities

    Recently discovered vulnerabilities present in practically every processor manufactured in the past two decades have caused quite the headache, for both companies like Intel and AMD, and end users who have to balance software patches with performance penalties. Just when we thought we could exhale (even if just a little...
  • Samsung Pauses Galaxy S8 Android Oreo Rollout After Reports Of Unexpected Reboots

    Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners were excited to learn that Samsung’s Android 8.0 Oreo update had exited beta, and was being distributed to regular customers. Samsung initially began the over-the-air (OTA) rollout for users in Germany, and then expanded it to additional global markets. Unfortunately for Samsung (and Galaxy...
  • Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe review: Fast, stylish and far too expensive

    Asus has something of a mixed record when it comes to its laptops. While many of them have proved flimsy, underpowered disappointments, others – like the ZenBook UX330UA – have quietly impressed us with a healthy blend of performance and value. The Asus ZenBook 3 Deluxe is a follow-up to one...
  • New iOS Bug Easily Crashes iPhones With A Single-Character Text Message

    Bugs seem to be a common occurrence when it comes to iOS and macOS these days. That became even more apparent this week after Italian bloggers discovered that you can crash iOS devices (i.e. iPhones and iPads) with a single text message. The bug is actually quite easy to pull...
  • Leaked Intel Roadmap Highlights Coffee Lake-E/H/S Variants And Cascade Lake-SP For 2018 Launch

    We are all patiently waiting for Intel to release processors based on its 10-nanometer Cannon Lake architecture, but in the meantime, the company may not be finished extending out its Coffee Lake play. A leaked roadmap indicates that Intel is brewing several more Coffee Lake lines, including desktop, mobile, and...

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