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Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • ASUS Launches ROG Swift PG27UQ 4K 144Hz NVIDIA G-SYNC HDR Gaming Monitor

    Earlier this week Acer officially launched the new Predator X27 gaming monitor that had gamers drooling. That drool dried up quickly when the monitor's price of $1999 was announced. If you want a different option with the exact same panel, ASUS has released the ROG Swift PG27UQ that packs the same...
  • The Ferrari SP38 Is A One-Off Gorgeous Road Rocket Based On The Outrageous 488 GTB

    Unless you're surrounding by Ferraris on a daily basis, it's kind of hard not to do a double take when one passes in front of your eyes. Now Ferrari has a new supercar to take your breath away, although your chances of actually seeing it in person are pretty slim...
  • Acer Unveils Premium Chromebook 13 Family With Intel 8th Gen Core To Battle Pixelbooks

    Chromebooks running Google's Chrome OS seem to be all the rage these days in the education sector. Low prices coupled with functional keyboards make them a cheaper, more productive alternative to Apple iPads. However, there's also a market for premium Chromebooks, as witnessed by Google's own Pixelbook, which starts at $999. Acer...
  • Acer Predator Helios 500 17-inch Beast Laptop Boasts 6-Core Coffee Lake-H And GTX 1070

    Way back in March, we got an early glimpse at the latest entry in Acer's Predator family: the Helios 500. Today, Acer officially unveiled the stout new gaming notebook, which packs in a big 'ol 17.3-inch display. The notebook comes standard with a 144Hz Full HD (1920x1080) resolution display, but you...
  • Steam store school-shooting game 'appalling'

    A "school-shooting simulator" video game has been described as "appalling" by an anti-gun violence charity. According to its listing on the Steam video game store, the software lets players "slaughter as many civilians as possible" in a school environment. Charity Infer Trust called on Valve - the company behind the...
  • Disney Debuts Stickman Robot With Impressive Acrobatic Skills

    Imagine if at the end of a Cirque du Soleil performance the participants took their bows, then ripped off their faces to reveal a robotic skeleton. That would be incredible, right? As farfetched as that scenario sounds, don't be surprised if someday in the future, acrobatic stunts are performed by...
  • SCUF Vantage PS4 Controller Offers Xbox One Elite-Style Customizations

    If you want to spark an intense debate among friends (and don't care about keeping them as such), just bring up any number of controversial political topics. Or if you really want to get in a heated exchange, talk about the merits of controller design and declare your allegiance to...
  • Intel Accelerates Graphics Driver Releases As Its Discrete GPU Ambitions Grow

    One of the keys to success is developing good habits. Intel, the most successful semiconductor company on the planet, knows a thing or two about this, though up to this point the company hasn't been all that successful in its attempts to crack the discrete graphics market. That might change...
  • BMW cars found to contain more than a dozen flaws

    BMW's car computer systems have been found to contain 14 separate flaws, according to a study by a Chinese cyber-security lab. They could, in theory, let hackers take at least partial control of affected vehicles while in use. The researchers identified ways to compromise the cars by plugging in infected...
  • FBI admits over-counting locked iPhones and other mobiles

    The FBI has admitted overestimating the number of seized mobile phones its investigators are unable to access. It has seized between 1,000 and 2,000 mobile phones that remain locked, as part of its crime investigations, not the 7,800 it had previously claimed. It said a computer glitch had led some...

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