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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Apple Launching Face ID iPad Pro, New Mac Mini, And Updated MacBook This Fall Says Analyst

    In May word was going around that noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo was leaving KGI Securities and the world of Apple rumors behind. While he did, in fact, leave KGI, he is still prophesying things all things Apple and is back with a new rumor. Kuo is now at TF...
  • YouTube blackout in middle of England match

    US viewers watching the England v Croatia football World Cup semi-final on YouTube TV were left frustrated when the service went down in the middle of the match. The outage also disrupted viewing of a men's quarter-final match at Wimbledon. YouTube apologised, acknowledging "the timing is horrible". Service was resumed...
  • Hedvig teams up with Veeam to offer scale-out backup appliance

    Software-defined storage maker Hedvig has formed a partnership that will make it available to power Veeam-equipped backup appliances. The deal with the backup software maker will enable customers to build Veeam backup target hardware from approved x86 and ARM-based server hardware or buy them pre-configured in HPE servers.  The move...
  • Windows 10 Redstone 5 Build 17713 Brings Big Notepad Updates, Remote Desktop Biometric Login

    Microsoft is moving right along with Redstone 5 development, which will debut as the Windows 10’s next major update this fall. We've already seen some big feature enhancements since the first Redstone 5 build landed months ago, but today's release is still piling on new features for Windows Insiders to...
  • Google Chrome Gets A Big Material Design Makeover, Here's How To Try It On Windows, Linux And macOS

    Google's dominate Chrome web browser is set to receive a big Material Design makeover later this year. However, if you want to give a try right now, you can do so by downloading the latest build of Chrome Canary. For those not in the know, Canary is the developmental branch...
  • Intel Core i7-8086K 40th Anniversary CPU Review: X86 Hits 5GHz

    Intel recently launched a Core i7-8086K Limited Edition processor, based on the company’s Coffee Lake architecture, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the venerable 8086. Although it wasn’t the first microprocessor employed in personal computers, the Intel 8086 laid the foundation for the x86 architecture, which has been at the core...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Image Leak Reveals Close Design Ties To Note 8 Predecessor

    We hope that you like the look of the Galaxy Note 8, because it seems as though it will be more of the same when the Galaxy Note 9 launches early next month. Like the transition from the Galaxy S8 to the Galaxy S9, there are very little design changes to speak...
  • Nintendo Switch With BootROM Patch Hits Retail And Stymies Homebrew Folks For Now

    Nintendo is ardently opposed to third-party ROMs and running unauthorized emulation software, as it makes abundantly clear in its legalese. Related to that, it did not sit well with Nintendo that its hybrid Switch console could be hacked to run homebrewed software, due to a flaw in the NVIDIA Tegra...
  • Microsoft Windows Patch Tuesday Update Fixes 54 Bugs, Dangerous .Net Vulnerabilities

    Windows is more secure today than it was at the beginning of the week. That is how it typically goes after the second Tuesday of each month, otherwise known as Patch Tuesday, when Microsoft doles out a collection of security updates and fixes. This particular Patch Tuesday saw Microsoft dish...
  • Galaxy Watch Name Confirmed In Samsung Trademark Filing, Bixby 2.0 Reportedly Onboard

    Last week we revealed that Samsung's upcoming flagship smartwatch release could ditch the homegrown Tizen operating system in favor or Google's Wear OS. Today, we're learning about what the device will actually be called, and according to a fresh report, it will fall under the "Galaxy" umbrella like the company's popular smartphones...

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