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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Acer ProDesigner BM270 27-inch 4K HDR Monitor Pumps 1,000 Nits For Video Pros

    Acer is rolling out a new 4K Ultra HD monitor for graphics designers and other professionals who need pinpoint color accuracy and lots of brightness for their projects. They will find both in the company's new ProDesigner BM270, a 27-inch monitor with a 3840x2160 resolution at 60Hz, and an eye-searing...
  • 190 HP Honda Mean Mower V2 Will Annihilate Your Lawn At An Inasne 150 MPH

    In the words of Ron Burgundy, "I'm not even mad, that's amazing!" Honda is setting out to deliver the world's faster lawnmower with its Mean Mower V2. Don't ask us why -- it seems like a silly crown for a distinguished automotive giant like Honda to seek, but the results...
  • Samsung Profits Falter On Disappointing Galaxy S9 Sales

    Shares of Samsung are down more than 2 percent today after the South Korean electronics posted its earnings guidance for the second quarter of 2018. The disappointing numbers suggest that Samsung's flagship handsets, including the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, are struggling to maintain strong sales momentum amid increased competition...
  • Banks ordered to show tech back-up plans

    UK banks have been told to explain how they would cope with a technology failure or cyber-attack. The Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority have given financial firms three months to detail how they would respond if their systems failed. Some TSB customers were left unable to access...
  • Cooler Master Kicks Off Epic Pay-It-Forward PC Master Race Hardware Giveaway

    One very lucky person is going to receive a collection of computer parts and peripherals from a variety of companies, and it is all because Cooler Master took the initiative to set this thing in motion. What is 'this thing', you ask? It's a pay-it-forward giveaway, started by a single...
  • Apple Leak Details 2018 iPhone Rainbow Of Colors, Revamped Pricing Structure

    The launch of Apple's 2018 family of iPhones is just a few months away, which means that the rumors surrounding the smartphones are starting to ramp up dramatically. The latest info leak suggests that at least one member of the new family will be available with more colorful finishes, which...
  • Google Duplex Conversational Voice AI Assistant Has Call Centers Seeing Dollar Signs

    Google both impressed and creeped out a lot of people out there when it showed off Duplex AI back in May. The problem that many had is that in the tech demo that Google showed, the AI didn’t identify itself to let the person on the other end of the call...
  • YouTuber in row over copyright infringement of his own song

    Paul Davids thought he had seen it all when it came to YouTube's copyright protection system. The Dutch YouTuber's most popular videos include him playing famous guitar riffs, comparing different instruments and teaching various guitar skills and techniques. "Just like probably all the music YouTubers out there," he explained in...
  • First Gen Google Pixel 128GB Hits $399 Unlocked For Bargain Android Shoppers

    If you're looking for a great [and aging] flagship Android smartphone, B&H Photo is currently running a pretty good deal on the original Google Pixel. The Pixel launched in late 2016 and brought with it a sleek new design direction for Google's first-party smartphones and introduced us to Google's spectacular camera...
  • EU Parliament Rejects Copyright Law Reform That Could Have Destroyed The Internet

    Last month the EU tried to overhaul its old copyright law and step into the modern age. The problem was that the law as crafted and supported by many musicians was very overreaching to most. The copyright rules would have placed the responsibility on websites for checking for copyright infringements...

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