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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • Mazda's 2019 MX-5 Miata Gets A Hefty Power Boost To Dial Up The Fun Factor

    The Miata may get mocked for its "dainty" looks and relatively low power output, but you can't ignore its extremely lightweight design and impeccable manners with regards to handling. Whereas the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is a blunt instrument, the Miata is a surgical tool. Complaints about power should subside slightly with the arrival...
  • Toyota Leveraging Le Mans Racing Experience For Road-Going Hybrid Hypercar

    Toyota is developing a new 'hypercar' that is based on its TS050 Hybrid LMP1 race car that won Le Mans. Called the GR Super Sport Concept, Toyota's Gazoo Racing (TGR) division showed off the at the 86th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, after having first revealed it...
  • Facebook AI Can Digitally Open Your Annoyingly Closed Eyes In Photos

    Photography is a tricky thing, and we're not even talking about principles like the rule-of-thirds or using Bokeh effects to spice up a snapshot. No, the real trick is dealing with that subject that has a tendency to close his or her eyes. In my neck of the woods, we...
  • 'Disastrous' copyright bill vote approved

    A committee of MEPs has voted to accept major changes to European copyright law, which experts say could change the nature of the internet. They voted to approve the controversial Article 13, which critics warn could put an end to memes, remixes and other user-generated content. Article 11, requiring online...
  • TP-Link Deco M9 Plus Tri-Band Mesh Router Adds Smart Home Controls

    TP-Link has been making mesh routers in the Deco range for a while now that are designed to give you WiFi access all around a home or office. Last year, the company launched the Deco M5 mesh router and now the company has announced the new Deco M9 Plus. This...
  • San Francisco 49ers add pace to the team with NVMe flash from Datrium

    US gridiron football team the San Francisco 49ers has opted to deploy NVMe-based flash storage from Datrium to provide the performance needed to support in-game coaching and scouting decision-making. The move was driven by the expansion of the organisation following a move to a new stadium, along with increased use...
  • BT fined for five million spam emails

    BT has been fined £77,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office, after it sent nearly five million nuisance emails to customers. The investigation found that the telecoms company did not have customers' consent for such direct marketing. The 4.9 million emails, sent between December 2015 and November 2015, promoted three charities...
  • PUBG Channels Fortnite Combat With 4km x 4km Sanhok Map Launching This Week

    PUBG was all the rage with gamers in 2017 until the Fortnite battle royale made hit the scene and quickly began to win out in concurrent player numbers. PUBG has been working to gain back its lost popularity to outpace Fortnite, and has in the past promised better performance to...
  • MIT researchers build a nano chip that can power a bee-sized drone

    Researchers at MIT have built a tiny 20mm² computer chip that is used to fly a honey bee-sized drone with minimal power consumption. The Navion computer chip design team focused on reducing power consumption and size while also trying to increase processing speed.  Originally the chip was the size of a...
  • Bithumb: Hackers 'rob crypto-exchange of $32m'

    A leading crypto-coin exchange has halted trade after declaring that hackers had stolen some of the digital currencies it stored. Seoul-based Bithumb said that 35bn won (£24m; $31.6m) worth of cyber-cash had been "seized" overnight, adding that it would fully compensate affected customers. The values of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Ripple...

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