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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Kensington SD7000 Dock Turns Surface Pro Into Mini Surface Studio With Dual 4K Monitor Support

    The Surface Pro tablet is already a very versatile mobile computing, especially when paired with the Type Cover which turns it into a competent productivity machine. For those that need a bit more than what Microsoft offers with the official Surface Dock, Kensington has its own take on boosting productivity...
  • Google Maps Rolls Out Transit Times for Motorcyclists In Limited Markets

    Google has been working hard to add new features to Google Maps over the last few months to make the app even more useful to people. June saw both incident reporting and augmented reality navigation features added for users in some areas. Google Maps is now becoming more motorcycle friendly...
  • TSMC Forecasts Blockbuster Q4 Thanks To NVIDIA GeForce GTX 11 Turing GPU Orders

    Things are looking up for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) after the company posted a decline in revenue for its quarter ending in June. TSMC is now predicting significant increases in revenue moving through the third and fourth quarters of 2018. The gain in revenue is, according to industry sources...
  • Zuckerberg in Holocaust denial row

    Mark Zuckerberg has once again found himself at the centre of a row, after saying posts from Holocaust deniers should be allowed on Facebook. In an interview with technology website Recode, Mr Zuckerberg said that he did not believe such people should be removed from the site. They were not...
  • Google offers 'Grab and Go' laptop programme to businesses

    Google is extending its 'Grab and Go' service to businesses, allowing them to source replacement laptops 24 hours a day from a centralised rack. With more and more businesses favouring laptops for employees and hot desking proving a popular method of working, there is an increased importance on portability, convenience...
  • HP unleashes 'powerful' new Z workstations

    HP has unveiled what it's described as its "most powerful entry workstations" in the form of the Z2 Mini G4, Z2 Small Form Factor (SFF) G4 Workstation and Z2 Tower G4 Workstation.  The Z2 Mini G4 Workstation, as its name suggests, is the smallest of the collection, measuring 58x216x216mm. It has twice the...
  • Container storage: Docker in flash, HCI and software-defined

    We look at what flash array, hyper-converged infrastructure and software-defined storage makers are doing to provide persistent storage for container-based deployments Share this item with your network: Antony Adshead Storage Editor Recently, we looked at what the biggest storage suppliers are doing when it comes to providing persistent storage for...
  • Roblox blames 'gang rape' on hacker adding code to game

    A popular children's video game has blamed a virtual "gang rape" on a hack of its systems. Amber Petersen's seven-year-old daughter was playing Roblox, when she was attacked by two male characters staging violent sexual acts. The firm said the incident was caused by an attack on one of its...
  • Corning's Gorilla Glass 6 Promises Colossal Phone Protection Surviving 15 Consecutive Drops

    Corning today announced its latest generation of Gorilla Glass, and it's now tougher than ever. As you might expect, everything is bigger and better this time around, which means that Gorilla Glass 6 is roughly two times better at surviving drops from 1-meter than its predecessor. According to Corning, the...
  • Microsoft Teases 'All-New Xbox Hardware' For Gamescom Reveal

    Microsoft revealed this morning that it will be announcing "all-new Xbox hardware and accessories" and "perhaps a few surprises" at this year's Gamescom, which is being held in Cologne, Germany. Microsoft will be making its big reveal during the Inside Xbox Show that will be broadcast live from Gamescom 2018...

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