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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Researchers Discover Breakthrough Material That Could Enable Powerful Next-Gen Quantum Computers

    Researchers from Oregon State University (OSU) have announced that they have created a new material that is a key step in creating the next generation of supercomputers. These next-generation quantum computers will be far faster than current supercomputers while consuming much less energy. The scientists on the project work in the...
  • AMD 7nm Vega Radeon Instinct GPU AI Accelerators Enter Lab Testing

    AMD's current generation Vega graphics architecture – which powers its Radeon RX Vega family of graphics cards -- is based on a 14nm manufacturing process, but the chip company is already moving along with next generation process technology. During the company's conference call with analysts following its Q1 2018 earnings...
  • Canada data firm AIQ may face legal action in UK

    The UK's Information Commissioner is considering legal action against Canadian data firm AggregateIQ (AIQ). It follows testimony from co-founder Jeff Silvester to Canadian MPs in which he claimed to be co-operating with the watchdog's inquiry into Cambridge Analytica. In a statement, commissioner Elizabeth Denham said this was not the case...
  • Double Kill Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploit Reportedly Wreaking Havoc With Targeted Attacks

    If you are [for some bizarre reason] still running Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser, you might want to take notice of a new zero-day vulnerability that is making the rounds around the globe. The exploit is called "Double Kill" and was discovered by Chinese security firm Qihoo 360. Qihoo 360...
  • 2.5 Geeks 4/25/18: 2nd Gen Ryzen, Dell Gaming Rigs, LG G7, Samsung SSD 970, Windows 10 April Update

    In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Dave, Marco and Chris run down Tech's biggest headlines from the last week or so, including AMD's 2nd Gen Ryzen processors, Dell's new Gaming Notebooks and the monster new config of the Alienware Area-51, LG's G7 ThinQ super-phone, Samsung's hot...
  • Moto Z3 Play Render Confirms Dual Cameras And Slimmer Display Bezels

    What looks to be an official press render of the unreleased Moto Z3 Play has emerged, and with it comes confirmation a few details. For one, we can see a dual camera arrangement on the back of the handset. That has become a common feature on newer smartphones, and is...
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X HEDT Enthusiast CPU Hits All-Time Low On Amazon

    It's been a while since AMD first launched its ground-breaking Ryzen Threadripper processor family, and they are still incredibly potent chips for enthusiasts that need an overabundance of cores. When the range-topping Ryzen Threadripper 1950X landed, it had an MSRP of $999. Over the past year, it has fallen to $879 and then to $799. Now...
  • Nintendo Gains A New President As Profits And Switch Console Sales Soar

    There are no two ways about it, the Nintendo Switch is a runaway success, with Nintendo having to adjust its sales forecast multiple times since launching the hybrid consoles. Nintendo said it sold over 15 million Switch units during its last fiscal year ended March 31, 2018, which is 5...
  • Huawei Could Join Rival ZTE In Facing Bruising US Sanctions Over Telecom Sales To Iran

    Huawei has long been a target of the U.S. government over its business practices and ties to the Chinese government. The NSA, FBI And CIA have all warned Americans not to buy Huawei hardware over spying concerns; Best Buy has ceased selling Huawei smartphones; and major wireless carriers like AT&T and Verizon have refused to...
  • AMD Ryzen Chip Architect Jim Keller Leaves Tesla Position To Join Raja At Intel

    Tesla will have to forge ahead without the help of Jim Keller, a former AMD chip architect who joined the automobile company in 2015 to spearhead the development of custom AI silicon, among other tasks. That's because Keller has reportedly accepted a job at Intel where he will be able...

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