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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • New Sega Mega Drive game made on '90s kit

    The Sega Mega Drive games console gets a new game more than 20 years after it went on sale. Go to Source
  • Waymo And Google Reach $244 Million Autonomous Vehicle Settlement After Just A Week In Court

    Alphabet's Waymo and Uber have agreed to bury the hatchet and settle a lawsuit revolving the latter's self-driving vehicle aspirations. As a result, Uber will pay Alphabet a hefty sum (in the eyes of mere mortals): $244 million. But in the grand scheme of things, it's still a relatively small...
  • ASRock Releases Ryzen 2000 Series Zen+ BIOS Updates For Its AM4 Motherboards

    Around this time last month, AMD got a jump on the hectic craziness surrounding the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) by making a series of product announcements, including a second generation Ryzen lineup based on its Zen+ architecture, a tweaked version of Zen. In preparation for these upcoming Ryzen 2000 series...
  • NVIDIA Pumps GPU Production To Satisfy Gamers And Booming Cryptocurrency Mining Demand

    When AMD announced its earnings last week, the company made it a point to indicate that it would boost capacity in order to address the GPU supply strain caused by booming cryptocurrency mining demand. Yesterday, it was NVIDIA's turn to release earnings -- which it knocked out of the park...
  • ThinkPad X1 Carbon Fire Hazard Recall Proves That Lenovo Has A Few Loose Screws

    In a letter to customers, Lenovo admitted it has a few loose screws. Or more accurately, the company's ThinkPad X1 Carbon (5th generation) does. Due to this, Lenovo is voluntarily recalling some of these thin and light laptops, as the loose screws could damage the device's battery causing it to...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 2080 Rocking GA104 Ampere GPU Rumored To Arrive In April

    We are at the tail end of the work week, so let's cap things off with a juicy rumor, shall we? Or maybe it better to refer to this as wild speculation. Whatever you want to call it, chatter on the web suggests that NVIDIA is preparing a next generation...
  • Apple confirms iPhone source code leak

    Apple has confirmed that some of the source code for its iOS mobile operating system has been leaked online. The boot-up source code used on its older iOS 9 operating platform was posted on code-sharing website Github. Apple typically keeps most of its iOS source code private and ordered Github...
  • Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom's Unsolicited $120 Billion Offer, Holds Out For More Cash

    Broadcom really wants to buy Qualcomm and merge the two chip giants into one company that would be a major force in the communications market. Broadcom had put forward an offer that valued Qualcomm at $120 billion yesterday and many thought that the company's board would find the offer hard...
  • Facebook 'Downvote' Button Is In Testing But It's Probably Not What You Hoped For

    Facebook users have been asking for a way to downvote things they don't like on the social network for years now and it finally looks like the social network is taking steps to allow that to happen. The new feature is a downvote button that lives right underneath comments made...
  • Can we trust Intel Inside to mean secure computing?

    Having previously withdrawn its first patch for the Spectre and Meltdown processor flaw, Intel has now released a fix. Towards the end of January, Intel was forced to admit that its patch for the Spectre and Meltdown processor bug was flawed and could cause PCs and servers to lock up...

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