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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Evil Maid Attack Takes Your PC To The Cleaners With Sub-4 Minute Backdoor Firmware Install

    If your laptop contains sensitive data, it is best not to leave it unattended. That is sound advice even it does not have any work secrets or other potentially compromising data, and you want to avoid falling prey to malware. In case you need a reason why, a security firm...
  • Acer Nitro N510 Gaming Desktop Leaks With Quad-Core AMD Ryzen 5 2500X CPU

    It was several months ago when AMD confirmed plans to introduce quad-core CPUs to its second-generation Ryzen family, and one particular SKU that has shown up in numerous leaks since then is the Ryzen 5 2500X. That same processor has made yet another appearance, this time as the foundation for...
  • Amazon's Echo Speakers Are All About That Bass With New Equalizer And Sound Mode Controls

    The world of digital assistants is a little bit crowded and immensely competitive. Since its introduction, Amazon has looked at ways of setting Alexa apart from the competition, and it just found another one—equalizer controls. In a blog post, Amazon announced it has added EQ and sound mode controls for...
  • Toshiba XG6 NVMe SSDs Offer World-First 96-layer BiCS 3D NAND And 3.1GB/sec Reads

    Toshiba has uncloaked its new XG6 Client NVMe SSDs that are targeted at OEM customers and will be installed in PCs that you’ll be able to purchase from a variety of manufacturers.  The XG6 serves a successor to the existing XG5 family, but will sit alongside the XG5-P, which is offered in...
  • Chrome browser flags Daily Mail and other sites as 'not secure'

    Security warnings will pop up on the Daily Mail website today if visitors are using the latest version of Google's Chrome browser. It is one of many sites the browser will flag because they do not use HTTPS - the secure version of the web's underlying data transfer protocol. Many...
  • China's BOE Technology Group Angles To Become Apple iPhone OLED Supplier

    If you buy a smartphone that has an OLED screen in it today, odds are that the panel is made by one of two South Korean tech giants: Samsung or LG. However, there is some fresh competition brewing in China. Chinese manufacturer BOE Technology Group is looking to become a supplier...
  • Apple iMac 27in 5K review: Still a stunner

    Apple has become the gold standard when it comes to desktop all-in-ones, and not just because it's one of only a handful of companies still making them. The iMac range combines luscious display technology with some truly enviable hardware, and the 27in 5K iMac is one of the best of...
  • UK snooping 'unlawful for more than decade'

    The system that allowed spy agency GCHQ access to vast amounts of personal data from telecoms companies was unlawful for more than a decade, a surveillance watchdog has ruled. The Investigatory Powers Tribunal said that successive foreign secretaries had delegated powers without oversight. But it added there was no evidence...
  • Intel 9th Gen Coffee Lake Refresh Leak Pegs 8-Core, 16-Thread Flagship CPU At Speedy 5GHz

    Early last week, we heard rumors that Intel is preparing to launch 9th generation Coffee Lake Refresh processors in August. As its name implies, these new processors won’t mark a significant departure from current 8th generation Coffee Lake processors when it comes to core architecture. Today, we’re reporting on a new leak that seems...
  • Samsung's Micro LED 'The Wall" Display Is Ready To Blanket Your Living Room With 4K Goodness

    During CES 2018, one of the coolest things on display at the Samsung booth was called "The Wall". The Wall is a modular TV screen that buyers can size to their own specifications by adding more screens. Samsung produces the displays used in that modular screen using micro LED technology...

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