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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Open Source Tool To Bring More Linux Distros To Platform

    Microsoft has done something that might surprise a bunch of people out there, it has open sourced the WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) to make it easier for Windows users to run Linux distributions. The WSL sample that is now open source allows distro maintainers to build WSL packages for...
  • Uber's Self-Driving Volvos Use Fewer LIDAR Sensors Contributing To Reduced Overall Safety: Report

    Something went terribly wrong on a Tempe, Arizona road last week, when a pedestrian crossing the street was struck and killed by an autonomous Uber Volvo XC90. The vehicle's sensors didn't detect the pedestrian, meaning that the brakes weren't automatically applied to prevent the crash (or at least lessen its...
  • Xbox One X And PlayStation 4 Pro Receiving DOOM 4K Resolution Support Tomorrow

    DOOM has been a popular game for the PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch platforms since it first launched back in 2016. However, id Software is delivering an update to owners of the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro that will unlock the full processing potential of...
  • Tommy Robinson banned from Twitter

    Tommy Robinson - ex-leader of the English Defence League - has been banned from Twitter. His account is marked as being "suspended", but the BBC has learned that the US company has decided to permanently revoke his access. Twitter declined to comment, but it is understood the decision was taken...
  • Intel Processors Vulnerable To Spectre-Like BranchScope Side-Channel Attack

    When word finally spread about Spectre and Meltdown, it seemed only a matter of time before attackers would try to leverage the side-channel vulnerabilities. That is not the only concern, however. A team of researchers from the College of William & Mary, University of California Riverside, Carnegie Mellon University in...
  • Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg To Testify Before Congress Over Cambridge Analytica Fiasco

    Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly planning to testify before Congress in the coming weeks on how it came to be that Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm and consultation agency, could obtain information about tens of millions of Facebook users. It is the latest development in the...
  • OnePlus 6 Display Notch Confirmed, Leak Reveals Rear Fingerprint Sensor And Legacy Headphone Jack

    There have been quite a few leaks surrounding the OnePlus 6 over the past month, which means that we must be getting really close to its official launch. We have previously seen leaked prototypes that suggest that the OnePlus 6 will have a notched display, and now we have official...
  • Sony Slashes PlayStation VR Bundle Pricing To $299

    One of the barriers to VR gaming is the cost of entry. It's generally been cheaper to dive into VR on the console side of things versus buying an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive for use with a PC, but it is still not a cheap endeavor. In an effort...
  • ASRock Announces Phantom Gaming Series Radeon RX 500 Series Graphics Cards

    Well, it's official folks—ASRock, the former ASUS subsidiary that grew to become a veritable rival in the motherboard market, has expanded its reach into the graphics card sector as previously teased with the launch of its Phantom Gaming series. At least initially, ASRock's focus is on "a strong line of...
  • Facebook User Outrage Leads To Delay Of Connected Speaker Launch

    Facebook is in the midst the most ferocious user backlash it has ever faced after its data privacy policies (or lack there of) have come to light. Much of the user outrage focuses on Cambridge Analytica's capturing and use of data on a huge number of Facebook users. Facebook is...

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