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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Microsoft Tests Individual Preview Programs For Windows 10 Apps

    Microsoft would obviously love it if developers fully embraced its Universal Windows App (UWP) platform and focused entirely on building apps for Windows 10. We will just have to wait and see how things ultimately play out. In the meantime, Microsoft is rolling out a new way of testing app...
  • Google Allegedly Adopting iPhone X 'Notch' Design For Android P Phones

    When Apple's iPhone X was first revealed in the fall of 2017, smartphone users of the “Android persuasion” were quick to point and laugh at the awkward notch at the top of the display. The eyesore houses the front camera and sensors necessary for Face ID facial recognition. However, it...
  • ASUS Announces ZenBook 13 UX331 Ultraportable Laptop With Potent GeForce MX150 GPU

    Earlier this month, ASUS launched the ZenBook Flip 14 convertible complete with 8th generation Intel Core processors and a discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX150 GPU. Today, the company is extending those hardware goods to a more traditional laptop form-factor with the ZenBook 13 UX331. The ZenBook 13 UX331 is an all-new...
  • Apple, LG And Valve Invest $10.6 Million In OLED Microdisplay Maker eMagin

    Some big names are ponying up millions of dollars to own a piece of eMagin, a producer of miniature organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays that have mostly been deployed to military, medical, and industrial fields. In a recent filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), eMagin announced...
  • Dell EMC: Time for hyper-converged, but not for mission critical

    Customers should look to move all workloads to hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), except mission-critical ones. However, they can review that by the end of 2018 when features across the largely software-driven HCI and more traditional architectures should align. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may...
  • Facebook Shed Millions Of Users In 2017 As Younger Generation Flocks To Snapchat

    In the early years of Facebook, the social network spread like wildfire from one college campus to the next. It was new, it was fresh, and at the time, it was hip. Fast forward to today and those same college aged kids who signed up now share the world's largest...
  • Bitcoin energy use in Iceland set to overtake homes, says local firm

    Iceland is facing an "exponential" rise in Bitcoin mining that is gobbling up power resources, a spokesman for Icelandic energy firm HS Orka has said. This year, electricity use at Bitcoin mining data centres is likely to exceed that of all Iceland's homes, according to Johann Snorri Sigurbergsson. He said...
  • AMD Ryzen 5 2400G And Ryzen 3 2200G Review: Raven Ridge Desktop Debuts

    AMD continues its assault on the desktop PC market with a pair of new, affordable APUs today, the Raven Ridge-based Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G. At this point, if you follow PC technology with any sort of regularity, you’re probably familiar with Raven Ridge. AMD has been talking...
  • Apple AirPods Allegedly Caught Fire and Exploded During Florida Man's Workout

    Apple is reportedly investigating an alleged fire and explosion from a set of its popular wireless AirPods earbuds. The incident happened to a Florida man who was wearing the earphones at a local gym during his workout. According to James Colon, he was exercising when "white smoke started billowing out...
  • Hackers hijack government websites to mine crypto-cash

    The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) took down its website after a warning that hackers were taking control of visitors' computers to mine cryptocurrency. Security researcher Scott Helme said more than 4,000 websites, including many government ones, were affected. He said the affected code had now been disabled and visitors were...

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