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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Epson WorkForce Pro WF-6090DW review

    Epson's WorkForce Pro WF-6090DW puts forward a compelling argument for inkjets in the workplace as it boasts good colour and mono print speeds and the lowest running costs in town. Go for the XXL ink cartridges and you'll receive mono pages for only 0.75p each and colour ones for an...
  • YouTube shooting: Three shot at California HQ, female suspect dead

    Media playback is unsupported on your device A woman shot and wounded three people at YouTube's headquarters in Northern California before killing herself, police say. Police have named the suspect as Nasim Aghdam, 39, and say they are still investigating a motive. They say there is no evidence yet that...
  • Tesla Misses Model 3 EV Production Goal, But Investors’ Nerves Are Finally Calmed

    After getting off to a rocky start with Model 3 production, Tesla is starting to show some signs of stability and is increasing its output at a steady clip. The company announced this week that it produced 9,766 Model 3 electric vehicles during the opening three months of 2018. That's...
  • Dell XPS 15 Caffeinated With Fresh Brewed Coffee Lake And Shot Of GTX 1050 Ti

    Dell's popular XPS 15 notebook received a Coffee Lake update today, and it makes an already great laptop even more appealing. On the processor front, the XPS 15 is available with 8th generation processors covering the Core i5 and Core i7 (H-Series) product families. In addition, the range-topping Core i9-8950HK...
  • Scan 3XS VI4000 Viz review

    Scan recently scored our top accolade for one of its more expensive models, and while it can't repeat that success with its lower-priced entry it epitomises the specification you would expect for around £2,500 inc VAT. Naturally, at this price, Scan opts for the more consumer-oriented Intel Core i7, but...
  • Here's A Roundup Of Intel 300 Series Coffee Lake Motherboards From ASUS, ASRock, And Gigabyte

    Intel's 300 Series chipsets are launching today to complement its new 8th generation Core processors. Many of the top motherboard manufacturers are offering up full lineups based around the chipsets, and we're giving you a quick rundown of what has been announced by ASUS, ASRock and Gigabyte (see our earlier...
  • PaneraBread.com Leaks Millions Of Customers' Personal Data Bread Crumbs On The Internet

    Panera Bread knows how to make a delicious sandwich, that is something we can confidentially say (The Italian is this editor's go-to item on the menu). Unfortunately, it might not be as good with security. Security researcher Brian Krebs with KrebsOnSecurity says Panera Bread's website leaked millions of customer records...
  • Microsoft Has A Big Surprise Coming Today Regarding Original Xbox Backwards Compatibility

    Microsoft is teasing a potentially major announcement regarding original Xbox backwards compatibility on the Xbox One. In a blog post, the company said it will have sometime to share on the matter on the next episode of Inside Xbox, which is scheduled to air on Tuesday, April 10 at 3:30...
  • Apple iPad 6 Teardown Reveals A Sticky Mess Of Adhesive Making DIY Repairs Difficult

    Maybe one day Apple will release an iPad that is relatively easy to crack open and service on your own, at home, in case you need to replace a critical component or swap out an aging battery. We're not holding our breath. Apple's latest 9.7-inch iPad announced last week and...
  • ASUS's Coffee Lake PC Refresh Includes ROG G703 Gaming Notebook With Overclocked Core i9

    Whenever Intel introduces a large number new processors, you can be certain that OEMs are going to announce all-new or refreshed systems to take advantage of new features and improved performance. ASUS is one of those companies that has announced a thorough remake of its gaming lineup, including the ROG...

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