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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Acer Chromebook 14 review: Cheap at twice the price

    Chromebooks have had a bad rap since Google first launched its lightweight, web-based OS. While it's true that Chrome OS used to be a compromised, feature-poor experience that basically crumbled as soon as you went out of range of a Wi-Fi hotspot, the OS has now evolved to the point...
  • NSA, FBI And CIA Chiefs Warn Americans Not To Buy Huawei And ZTE Phones Over National Security Risk

    US Intelligence officials have determined that phones and services provided by Huawei, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer in China, and Chinese telecom ZTE pose a security risk to Americans, and that consumers should avoid both companies altogether. The determination was made known by half a dozen US intelligence chiefs, each of...
  • Samsung SSD 860 EVO M.2 SATA Review: Fast, Affordable Solid State Storage

    Samsung recently launched its latest SATA-based solid state drives, the SSD 860 Pro and SSD 860 EVO, featuring 2-bit (MLC) or 3-bit (TLC) versions of the company’s 64-layer 3D V-NAND flash memory. We’ve put up a review of a 2.5” Samsung SSD 860 Pro 2TB drive a couple of weeks...
  • Microsoft Windows Analytics Tool Now Scans For Spectre And Meltdown Vulnerabilities

    Microsoft is making it easier for businesses and IT administrators to tell if their PCs are protected from Spectre and Meltdown. Along with yesterday's collection of Patch Tuesday security updates, Microsoft upgraded its Windows Analytics service to specifically look for various mitigations against Spectre and Meltdown, including antivirus, operating system...
  • Cohesity adds file and object to hyper-converged hybrid cloud

    Hyper-converged data protection appliance maker Cohesity has added file and object storage functionality to existing backup and restore capabilities on its products. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal...
  • Qualcomm Launches Snapdragon X24 2Gbps 4G LTE Modem As Industry Marches Towards 5G

    If you currently own a smartphone (and who doesn't these days), it's likely rocking a 4G LTE modem. The fastest available LTE modems, like Qualcomm's Snapdragon X20, are capable of reaching [theoretical] top speeds of 1.2Gbps. However, Qualcomm isn't done with 4G LTE technology just yet, which is why it...
  • Apple's Wearables Business Revenue Is Fortune 300-Class Company Says Tim Cook

    Apple is rather notorious for being vague on just how many of each of its products that it sells (the company doesn't give sales breakdowns for specific iPhones and MacBooks, for example). CEO Tim Cook was recently at a shareholders meeting and gave some indication of how well Apple's wearables...
  • Crypto-currency craze 'hinders search for alien life'

    Scientists listening out for broadcasts by extra-terrestrials are struggling to get the computer hardware they need, thanks to the crypto-currency mining craze, a radio-astronomer has said. Seti (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) wants to expand operations at two observatories. However, it has found that key computer chips are in short supply...
  • Samsung could be looking into smartglasses

    A new logo trademark has sparked rumours that Samsung is possibly exploring the idea of smartglasses. Over the last few years, rumours have circulated that Samsung would look to rival Google Glass with the launch of its own model, packed with more advanced features than the latter. The Korean tech...
  • Amazon Echo Dot ad cleared over cat food order

    A television ad for Amazon's Echo Dot smart speaker that caused a viewer's device to try to order cat food has been cleared by a UK regulator. The advert, which aired in October, featured a man asking Amazon's voice assistant Alexa to order Purina cat food. A viewer said the...

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