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Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • Intel Previews Optane DC High Performance Persistent Memory For Data Center Market

    Intel is on a mission re-imagine the memory and storage hierarchy, and it's attempting to do that with its 3D XPoint technology, which we have seen manifest in various Optane Memory products. Now we can add one more to the list—Intel is bringing its 3D XPoint technology to server DIMMs...
  • Samsung won't be forced to update old phones

    Samsung will not be forced to update the software on its mobile phones for years after their release, after it won a court case in the Netherlands. A consumer association had argued that Samsung should update its phones for at least four years after they go on sale. Regular software...
  • Audi E-Tron Electric SUV Promises 250-Mile Range Thanks In Part To Fancy Aero Enhancements

    Audi is working hard on electrification for its range of cars and SUVs. The automaker has talked up and shown off several e-tron EVs over the years, including in 2015 when it promised to deliver a production e-tron EV crossover to fight the Tesla Model X. Fast forward a few...
  • Sony Ponders Releasing Retro PS One Console For Classic Gaming Fans

    This is most definitely the era of the retro console with Nintendo, Atari (the Atari VCS is up for pre-order now) and others in on the retro console action. Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) is considering stepping into that retro console realm as well with a revival of the PlayStation One...
  • World Cup 2018: BBC iPlayer to stream matches in 4K HDR

    The BBC is to stream dozens of World Cup matches live in 4K resolution and high dynamic range colour (HDR) to UK-based audiences in June and July. It will mark the first time iPlayer has covered one of the major sporting events in such quality. However, it will limit the...
  • Atari VCS Retro Gaming Console Preorders Open Via Indiegogo

    May 30th is here, which means that Atari VCS preorders are now open. You can preorder the console via Indiegogo for as little as $199 (in Onyx), which will get you just the console and no accessories. You'll have to pay an additional $30 to get a bundle with the Classic Joystick. You can preorder...
  • Motorola One Power Leaks With Notchy Design Powered By Android One

    The image you see here is alleged to be a new Motorola smartphone that will run the streamlined Android One operating system. The device is called the Motorola One Power and is expected to land with the stylized moniker "motoralone Power". One glance at the smartphone and you can see that Motorola is...
  • Google's Project Fi Service Adds Support For 3 New Phones Including LG V35 ThinQ

    If you've been interested in joining Google's Project Fi MVNO wireless network, but were unimpressed by the lineup of supported smartphones, we've got some good news for you. Google announced today that it is inviting three additional smartphones to Project Fi: the Motorola Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQand the LG V35 ThinQ...
  • Fortnite Adds Rideable Shopping Carts To Its Wildly Popular Battle Royale Shooter

    As if inspired by an episode of Jackass where Johnny Knoxville and the gang participate in outrageous stunts. Epic Games is adding a shopping cart to Fortinite, its incredibly popular battle royale shooter that now has more concurrent users than PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG). And no, the carts are not for...
  • Bethesda Teases Fallout 76, The Latest Installment In Post-Apocalyptic Gaming Franchise

    Yesterday morning, Bethesda offered a cryptic teaser for an upcoming Fallout game, simply telling gamers to #PleaseStandBy. Today, the developer has announced the next installment in the long-running franchise: Fallout 76. Bethesda announced the game via a teaser trailer that starts off with the familiar “Please Stand By” message and then proceeds to...

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