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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • AMD's Stock Price Jumps On News Of Stellar Earnings Spurred By Ryzen

    AMD has done a bang up job making its mainstream processors truly competitive with Intel again, allowing it to compete in the high-end of the market and draw the attention of enthusiasts. The hard work is paying off financially, too—AMD reported revenue of $1.65 billion in the first quarter of...
  • Apple Reportedly Pressures iPhone X OLED Panel Supplier Samsung To Slash Costs

    Apple isn't selling nearly as many of the high-end iPhone X smartphones that it wanted to sell and was allegedly forced to halve production on weak demand in Q1 2018. Samsung has been left scrambling to find someone to buy the OLEDs Apple isn’t using. As Apple sees it, the...
  • Selling Disks With Free Microsoft Software Lands E-Waste Recycler Stiff Prison Term

    Microsoft decided to file criminal charges against an e-waste recycler named Eric Lundgren. The case against Lundgren originally went to court months ago, but the man remained free as his appeal worked its way through the court system. A federal appeals court has now upheld the original ruling, meaning that...
  • Facebook accused of bullying by MPs

    MPs have accused Facebook of "bullying" the Guardian newspaper when it informed the company about a major data breach. Chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer was asked why Facebook had threatened to sue the newspaper over its story about the Cambridge Analytica data scandal. He was also asked why it did...
  • Iran blocks video and images on Telegram messaging app

    Iran has started to disrupt the way that people can use the popular Telegram messaging app. In an official statement, Iran's net regulator said swapping images and videos via the service was no longer permitted. It said the move was likely to affect the "quality" of the app in the...
  • YouTube Kids to give parents more control over output

    Google says it will add new parental controls to its YouTube Kids app, after inappropriate videos were repeatedly discovered on the service. One of the new options prevents channels that have not been vetted by human moderators appearing on the app. Parents will be able to choose between human-curated playlists...
  • Intel Document Confirms X399 Chipset For Coffee Lake And Cannon Lake HEDT Processors

    There's a new X399 motherboard chipset coming this year from a major chip manufacturer. No, we're not talking about a revamped version of AMD's X399 chipset used in its Ryzen Threadripper processors, but an X399 chipset from Intel that will be used in its own 2018 family of HEDT processors.  A document...
  • YouTube Remix Launch Could Lead To Death Of Google Play Music

    A new rumor is going around that focuses on the fate of Google Play Music. According to the source, Google Play Music will die once YouTube Remix launches. The rumor claims that all current users of Play Music will be forced to migrate to YouTube Remix by the end of the...
  • NVIDIA And AMD Board Partners Bracing For Steep 40% Decline In April GPU Shipments An Opportunity For Gamers

    For the past year, graphics card manufacturers have been on a bit of a sugar high given the meteoric rise of cryptocurrency mining. Those looking to earn a bit of cash on the side have gobbled up graphics cards from both the AMD and NVIDIA camps, which in turn inflated sales numbers for...
  • Hotel door locks worldwide were vulnerable to hack

    Millions of electronic door locks fitted to hotel rooms worldwide have been found to be vulnerable to a hack. Researchers say flaws they found in the equipment's software meant they could create "master keys" that opened the rooms without leaving an activity log. The F-Secure team said it had worked...

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