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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Intel's Core i7-9700K Coffee Lake Refresh 8-Core CPU Hits SANDRA Sans HyperThreading

    Earlier this week, we reported that there will initially be three processors launched in the upcoming 9th generation Intel Core family, which is being called the Coffee Lake Refresh. Interestingly enough, the latest rumors have suggested that only the top-end SKU – the Core i9-9900K– will have HyperThreading enabled, giving it 8 physical...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Price Rumor Could Spell The End For Note Series

    Smartphone fans can thank the iPhone X for ushering in an era of insanely high-priced flagship smartphones. While Apple has certainly sold a lot of iPhone X models, Cupertino wasn't exactly happy with the sales numbers and has been looking for ways to slash costs and increase sales. Other smartphone...
  • Elgato Stream Deck Mini Aims At Game Streamers On A Budget

    The first new product from Elgato since it was announced that Corsair was acquiring part of the company has now landed. The Stream Deck Mini slots into the line of Elgato streaming and video production tools for gamers. Stream Deck Mini is a smaller, cheaper and less complex version of...
  • Apple fixes the 2018 MacBook Pro's throttling problem

    Apple has released a patch designed to solve a throttling issue affecting its latest MacBook Pro. The throttling issue on 2018 MacBook Pro models emerged last week, when the first wave of devices started arriving with users. It was first discovered when YouTuber Dave Lee found that the new model...
  • 13 steps to secure your business printers

    The fact that criminals can attack your business network through your printers is both well-known and well documented. What’s less certain is just how actively IT departments protect against the threat, especially in smaller businesses. That’s why it always pays to check that you’ve put the right measures in place...
  • Police facial recognition system faces legal challenge

    A legal challenge against the use of automatic facial recognition technology by police has been launched by a civil liberties group. Automatic Facial Recognition uses CCTV or surveillance cameras to record and compare facial characteristics with images on police databases. Lawyers for Big Brother Watch argue the use of AFR...
  • Apple Blames MacBook Pro Coffee Lake CPU Throttling On macOS Flaw, Patch Incoming

    Although Apple often drags its feet when it comes to addressing any flaws in its products, the uproar over CPU throttling on the 15-inch 2018 MacBook Pro was so loud that the company had to respond. The problem stems from the fact that MacBook Pros with the Intel Core i9 option were throttling to...
  • Google Leverages Hardware Security Keys To Protect Employees From Phishing Scams

    Everyone has to deal with scams and phishing attempts online today, even Google. To protect its workers from phishing scams that could result in the theft of IP, Google took advantage of security keys for all its 85,000 workers. Since that roll out, no accounts have been compromised. The keys...
  • Fortnite v5.10 Patch Brings Birthday Challenges, Compact SMG And Return Of Playground LTM

    Sing it with us: Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear Fortnite, happy birthday do you! That's right, the world's most popular battle royale game is turning one-year-old, and to celebrate the occasion, Epic Games has launched a new patch (version 5.10) that introduces a bunch...
  • Judgement Day: Google Chrome 68 Launches Marking All HTTP Sites As 'Not Secure'

    Judgement Day has arrived for site operators that haven't fully switched over to HTTPS. Google Chrome, the world's most popular web browser, has been updated to version 68. And with that upgrade, sites that still rely on plain HTTP will be marked as "Not Secure" within the browser. With Chrome...

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