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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Hyperloop test pod sets speed record

    A competition helping to drive development of the futuristic hyperloop transport system has been won by engineering students from Munich. The hyperloop idea involves passengers in pods travelling at very high speeds down sealed tunnels. The team's pod hit 457km/h (290mph) on a 1.2km (0.75 mile) test track. Run by...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Android Phones Smoke Intel-Equipped iPhones In LTE Speedtest Benchmarks

    Qualcomm and Apple have been battling it out in court for well over a year with regards to licensing agreements and patent infringement. The pair has waged a war of words in public over the disagreements, and now Qualcomm is letting real world results speak for themselves with regards to...
  • Hacker Ensnares 18,000 Huawei Devices Into Massive Botnet In Just 24 Hours

    Hauwei is far and away best known for its smartphones and, to some extent, it's line of laptops like the Matebook X Pro. However, it also manufacturers routers and gateways, and one of its older models, the HG532, contains a vulnerability that a malware author exploited to create a fairly...
  • Google To Launch Sleeker Pixelbook Alongside Pixel 3 And Pixel 3 XL Android P Flagship Phones

    If you are a fan of Google's Pixel devices, we have good news—the company is getting ready to refresh its hardware line, meaning there will be a Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL released this fall. On top of that, Google is said to be prepping a new Pixelbook with...
  • Apple HomePod Will Reportedly Add Speakerphone Capability With iOS 12 Update

    Apple has not said a whole lot about its future plans for its HomePod smart speaker, but it's a safe bet that the company is continually working to improve the device. Otherwise, it will get left behind competitive offers, namely Amazon's Echo products and Google's Home smart speaker. So what...
  • Email Leak Notes NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1180 August Launch, GTX 1170 In September

    It looks as though more Turing GPU rumors are starting to filter out into the wild, and the latest revolves around the release schedule for NVIDIA's next generation GPU family. As with all GeForce GTX 11 Series rumors that we've heard over the past few months, we'll have to take this latest report with...
  • Qualcomm Unveils First Fully Integrated 5G NR mmWave And Sub-6 GHz RF Modules For Next Gen Phones

    Qualcomm has rolled out the world's first fully-integrated 5G NR millimeter (mmWave) and sub-6 GHz RF modules for smartphones and other mobile devices. The new chips include the QTM052 mmWave antenna and the QPM56xx sub-6GHz RF module family. The new chips have a compact footprint, pair with the Snapdragon X50...
  • Sony's IMX586 Stacked CMOS Smartphone Image Sensor Packs 48MP

    Sony has revealed a new image sensor that is made specifically for smartphones called the IMX586. The image sensor has the highest resolution in the industry with 48 effective megapixels. It also offers the world's first ultra-compact pixel size of 0.8 μm. Sony says that the compact size makes it...
  • PCs shape up for the digital workplace

    The digital workplace demands increasing functionality, mobility and connectivity. We look at how desktop IT is changing Share this item with your network: Stephen Kleynhans and Federica Troni The workplace is evolving as enterprises work to engage with their employees and customers in new ways. This digital workplace initiative has...
  • Full-fibre broadband pledge for new homes

    Full-fibre broadband should be fitted as standard in all new homes, the government has said. The proposal comes as part of a new national telecoms strategy drawn up by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). Under its targets, all of the UK will have full-fibre broadband coverage...

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