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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Delayed Again By Rockstar Games, Now Set For October 2018 Release

    Tell us if you're heard this one before -- a highly-anticipated game is announced, and then its developers push back its release again... and again. Such is the case with Red Dead Redemption 2, which was officially announced in October 2016. At the time, it was said that the game...
  • Brother ADS-2700W review

    Stepping up as the replacement to Brother's venerable ADS-2600We desktop scanner, the ADS-2700W delivers a 45% boost in scan performance to 35ppm. It's offering a lot for its modest price tag as along with USB, wired or wireless connection options, it has a 7.1cm colour LCD touch screen for walk-up...
  • eBay Will Slowly Replace PayPal With Ayden As Default Payment Processor

    EBay, the largest online auction site in the world, is shaking things up by moving away from PayPal as its primary partner for processing payments on its marketplace. The online auction house has inked an agreement with Adyen, an e-commerce company headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands, to take PayPal's place. It...
  • ASUS ZenBook Flip 14 Convertible Boasts 8th Gen Core i7 Brains And GeForce MX150 Graphics Muscle

    ASUS is an ardent believer in 2-in-1 convertibles, and that commitment is exemplified by the ZenBook Flip family. The company is expanding the range with the addition of the ZenBook Flip 14, which combines 8th generation Intel Core muscle with discrete graphics from NVIDIA. Powering the ZenBook Flip 14 are...
  • Bitcoin Plunges Below $10,000 As Cryptocurrency Rollercoaster Ride Gets Bumpy

    Back in mid-December, Bitcoin peaked with a value of over $19,000 per coin. Then just a few days later, it dropped to below $14,000. After that it went back up a little bit, then fell to below $13,000 by the end of the month. In the first week of January...
  • Nintendo Is Bringing Mario Kart To Smartphones, Super Mario Movie In Development

    Nintendo's infamous plumber, Mario, has mostly resided on game consoles over the year. More recently, however, he has found new platforms for play on, including iOS and Android devices. So, what's next? Nintendo announced that it is bringing Mario Kart to smartphones in a new game called Mario Kart Tour...
  • Alleged AMD Ryzen 5 2400G Raven Ridge APU With Vega Graphics Benchmarks Leaked

    In about a week and a half, AMD will release new Raven Ridge APUs into the wild, one of which is the Ryzen 5 2400G. While AMD isn't using the term "APU" (accelerated processing unit) these days, that's essentially what the Ryzen 5 2400G is, as it combines Ryzen CPU...
  • IT Priorities 2018: Where senior IT managers plan to spend their budget

    The 2018 ComputerWeekly/TechTarget IT Priorities survey found that for IT decision-makers, 2018 is the cusp of the big move to the cloud. Systems management tools are where many expect to be spending this year. System monitoring saw a 20%-plus jump from 2017 to 2018 in terms of priority. By submitting...
  • Deepfake porn videos deleted from internet by Gfycat

    Pornographic videos that used new software to replace the original face of an actress with that of a celebrity are being deleted by a service that hosted much of the content. San Francisco-based Gfycat has said it thinks the clips are "objectionable". The creation of such videos has become more...
  • Windows Defender Will Protect Users From Bullying Cleaner Software

    Microsoft this week announced that it has integrated some new tricks into Windows Defender to help prevent users from being bullied to buy upgraded versions of free software. According to Microsoft, there has been a big uptick in free versions of programs that claim to scan a user's computer and find a...

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