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Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • Atari's AMD And Unbuntu Powered VCS Console Preorders Surpass $2M On Indiegogo

    Four decades after the launch of the Atari 2600, it appears that the gaming company has "still go it". Yesterday, Atari opened up preorders for its VCS console, and things got off to an incredible start.  When we posted our initial article yesterday afternoon, Atari had racked up $1.7 million dollars in...
  • Arm Cortex-A76 And Mali-G76 Architectures For Next-Gen Mobile Revealed

    Last week, Arm showed off the inner workings of its new Machine Learning Processor design, but that is not all that company had waiting in the wings. Arm is also detailing more cutting-edge technology in the form of its Cortex-A76 CPU, Mali-G76 GPU, and Mali-V76 VPU designs. All three chips...
  • Waymo Orders 62,000 Chrysler Pacifica Minivans To Greatly Expand Self-Driving Program

    Fiat Chrysler has announced that it has expanded its partnership with Waymo. The new deal will see Waymo acquiring an additional 62,000 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans for its autonomous fleet. Chrysler was mum on just how many of the vans Waymo was getting when the last deal was announced at...
  • Apple WWDC 2018: iOS 12 And ARKit 2.0 Expected, Coffee Lake MacBook Pros Rumored To Skip Event

    Apple is kicking off its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) next week, and all eyes are on what new software and hardware products might be unveiled during the event. We know that iOS and macOS will take center stage at WWDC 2018, so here's what’s likely in store for observers. On the iOS...
  • Sennheiser MB 660 review: Sounds like a winner

    Sennheiser, along with Bose and Bang & Olufsen, is one of the most respected brands in the world when it comes to audio equipment, with a well-deserved reputation for excellence. However, what you may not know is that the company doesn't just create equipment for audiophiles - it also has...
  • Dell Dual-Screen Windows 10 Device With Snapdragon SoC Reportedly In Development

    We've long heard rumors of there being a Surface Phone in development, or at least on the roadmap, though so far nothing of the such has materialized. Just the opposite, Microsoft has moved away from phones to focus on other products and services. The Surface Phone is one rumor that...
  • Chrome 67 Hits Release Channel With Biometric Login Support And Improves AR/VR Compatibility

    Google has started pushing out a version update to its Chrome browser, Chrome 67 (67.0.3396.62, to be exact), for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems. The latest releases introduces several fixes and improvements, including password-free login support by way of WebAuthn, a new specification that is supported by default in Chrome...
  • MacBook Pro 13in (2017) review: A fallen champion

    Apple's MacBook Pro is now somewhat venerable by laptop standards. The latest design was launched in 2016 to great fanfare, and got even better last year with the upgrade to Intel's 7th-generation Kaby Lake CPUs. However, Apple's challengers have been nipping at the MacBook Pro's heels ever since, and companies...
  • Storage 101: The final flash generation? QLC vs MLC, TLC, SLC

    Antony Adshead Storage Editor Micron recently added to the alphabet soup of the NAND flash storage market with the first QLC flash product to come to market. And Intel plans to launch its first QLC flash product in the second half of 2018. "; } }); /** * remove unnecessary...
  • Xiaomi Mi 8 Flagship Brings Snapdragon 845, 3D Face Unlock And Transparency Tricks

    Among a bevy of product announcements during a press event in Senzhen, China today, Xiaomi unveiled its newest flagship Android phone line, the Mi 8, Mi 8 SE, and Mi 8 Explorer Edition. All three look strikingly similar to Apple's iPhone X, which is to say they sport rounded corners...

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