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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415 review

    Dell EMC has embraced AMD's EPYC server processors wholeheartedly by launching three new rack server platforms that aim to offer a cost-effective alternative to Intel's Xeon Scalable Processor (SP) family. In this exclusive review, we look at the PowerEdge R7415 which is designed to deliver an enterprise-class single-socket (1P) server...
  • Facebook revamps its privacy controls

    Facebook says an overhaul of its privacy tools will make it easier for people to find and edit the personal information the company holds. Details of the changes were announced in a blog. They follow intense criticism of the firm after it emerged that data about 50 million users had...
  • Apple iPad (2018) hands-on review: B+ for effort and execution

    If there has ever been a more low-key Apple event, we can't remember it. But, like it or not, education focus or no, Apple's newest iPad is a major release for the company. That's not least because it's the first time it's released a low-cost, £319 iPad with productivity and...
  • NVIDIA Unveils Beastly 2 Petaflop DGX-2 AI Supercomputer With 32GB Tesla V100 And NVSwitch Tech (Update)

    Of the over 8,000 attendees at NVIDIA’s GTC 2018 GPU Technology Conference, many converged on the San Jose Convention Center this week to learn about advancements in AI and Machine Learning that the company would bring to the table for developers, researchers and service providers in the field. Today, NVIDIA...
  • Microsoft's Updated 'Code of Conduct' Forbids Offensive Language On Xbox Live, Skype

    Your mama, and now Microsoft, wants you to watch your mouth. Microsoft "may stop providing Services" or "close your Microsoft account" if you "publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material". "Offensive language" was listed as potentially inappropriate content. The new services agreement was posted this...
  • Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS Packs In-Screen Fingerprint Reader And 512GB Internal Storage

    Huawei has teamed up with Porsche Design to create a new smartphone that it calls the “new standard in mobile luxury.” The official name of the smartphone is the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS. The most notable feature of the smartphone is that it is the world’s first dual fingerprint...
  • Waymo And Jaguar Partner For Fleet Of 20,000 I-PACE Self-Driving Electric SUVs

    While Uber's autonomous driving trials are understandably on hold for the moment, computers Waymo is moving right ahead with new partnership to advance the field. Today, Waymo announced that it has signed an agreement with Jaguar to deliver up to 20,000 self-driving I-PACE electric crossovers over the next few years...
  • Scan 3XS WI6000 Viz review

    This system is a monster. Based around Intel's top Core i9 processor, the 7980XE, the Scan WI6000 Viz sports not two, not four, not eight, but a jaw-dropping 18 CPU cores with Hyper-Threading upping the number of available virtual cores to 36. This propels the workstation to some of the...
  • NVIDIA Unveils Beastly 2 Petaflop DGX-2 AI Supercomputer With 32GB Tesla V100 And NVSwitch Tech

    Of the over 8,000 attendees at NVIDIA’s GTC 2018 GPU Technology Conference, many converged on the San Jose Convention Center this week to learn about the advancements in AI and Machine Learning that the company would bring to the table for developers and researchers in the field. Today, NVIDIA CEO...
  • NVIDIA Announces Quadro GV100 Volta-Powered Graphics With RTX Real-Time Ray Tracing Wizardry

    We were first introduced to NVIDIA's 12nm Volta GV100 GPU architecture back in early May 2017 when the Tesla V100 Accelerator debuted. NVIDIA later extended its GV100 GPU to the Titan V (you can read the HotHardware review here), which is aimed at professional and academic deep learning applications. Now...

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