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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • EE 'shoebox' to tackle broadband not-spots

    Telecoms company EE has revealed plans to sell a 4G antenna that promises to bring fast broadband internet to thousands of homes in rural areas. EE's Simon Till said the "shoebox-size" antenna would let more people access the company's 4G broadband service. The company said it had delivered speeds of...
  • Shares Of NVIDIA Skyrocket After Hours On Blowout Earnings And Strong GPU Demand

    GPU juggernaut NVIDIA is flying high after announcing blowout financial results for the previous quarter, and so are shares of NVDA in after hours trading as a result. Hot on the heels of reporting a record $2.91 billion in revenue during the fourth quarter, investors responded by sending shares of company...
  • Google is being sued for "knowingly" selling faulty Pixel and Pixel XL devices

    Google is being sued for allegedly selling Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones knowing they were faulty in 2016. The class action complaint was filed this week, with plaintiffs alleging that Google was already aware the microphones in its first Pixel line-up were defective before they went on sale, and claim...
  • AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen 3 2200G And Ryzen 5 2400G Unboxing

    We usually have to be tight-lipped about what we’re working on around here due to non-disclosure agreements and embargos that are in-place. With the impending launch of its Raven Ridge-based Ryzen processors with integrated Radeon Vega graphics, however, AMD allowing us to show off some of the hardware pre-launch. Take...
  • iPhone iBoot Source Code Leaked Online Sparking Security Headache For Apple

    Apple is not happy at all today with some of its critical source code having been posted online for the world to see. Source code for iBoot, one of the key components in iOS that runs iPhones and iPads, was posted on GitHub. The leak of such proprietary and confidential...
  • HP brings security and collaboration features to its latest hardware range

    HP has upped its security and collaboration game with the introduction of new features for its HP EliteBook 800 series and HP ZBook 14u/15u mobile workstations. The HP EliteBook 800 series has been revamped with an all-aluminum chassis, ultrabright IPS display, which adapts the brightness according to changing ambient light and a...
  • Reddit bans deepfake porn videos

    Reddit has banned "fake porn" - imagery and videos that superimpose a subject's face over an explicit photo or video without the person's permission. The move follows the development of artificial intelligence software that made it relatively easy to create clips featuring computer-generated versions of celebrities' faces. Reddit had become...
  • Nest Makes Return To Google Mothership For AI-Infused Smart Home Devices

    Google purchased Nest back in 2014 for $3.2 billion, and since 2015, it has operated as its own subsidiary under the corporate Alphabet umbrella. However, it was announced today that Nest will be “coming home” by rejoining the Google hardware division. The announcement was made by Google Hardware SVP Rick...
  • Billy Mitchell Fires Back At Donkey Kong Cheating Accusations, Announces King Of Kong Sequel

    The retro, classic-gaming scene is never at a shortage for drama, but the past couple of weeks have been especially tumultuous. After seeing Todd Rogers stripped of his Dragster world record and banned from Twin Galaxies, Billy Mitchell found himself the target of cheating allegations of his own, and he...
  • Google Reportedly Developing 'Yeti' Game Streaming Service And Console Hardware

    Google apparently wants a nice share of the pie when it comes to the booming global gaming market according to a new report. The online giant is reportedly working on a game streaming service codenamed Yeti, which would be somewhat comparable to existing solutions like NVIDIA's GeForce Now or Sony's...

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