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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Xbox One July Update Lands Bringing FastStart Feature For Games

    Microsoft just flipped the switch to send the Xbox One July Update to customers. The July Update (version 1806) is part of the Redstone 4 development branch, which is analogous to the April 2018 Update on the Windows 10 PC side of things. The July Update brings support for FastStart, which we first...
  • Researchers Claim Phone Apps Secretly Record Your Screen Activity Alarming Tinfoil Hats Everywhere

    Is your smartphone secretly recording your screen activity? It turns out that conspiracy theorists may have some justification for their concern. Computer scientists from Northeastern University determined that some apps do violate a user’s privacy by quietly capturing pictures, videos, and recorded audio.  According to the Northeastern University scientists, their...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 3D Biometric Facial Cam Detailed In Patent Filing

    When it comes to 3D facial recognition technology, Apple beat Samsung to the punch with the iPhone X and its Face ID feature. However, there has been chatter that Samsung will implement a similar feature into its next generation Galaxy handset, presumably the Galaxy S10 and/or the Galaxy S10+. Lending...
  • Apple Reportedly Snubs Intel 5G Modems For 2020 iPhone Family

    Over the past six months, we've heard a lot from Intel about its upcoming 5G modems that will be used in a new wave of mobile devices. Apple was widely expected to use the 5G modems in its future iPhones, especially considering the legal battle that it's waging with Qualcomm over LTE modem licensing costs. However...
  • SNK 40th Anniversary Retrotastic Game Collection Coming To Nintendo Switch

    SNK, the Japanese hardware and software company that was very much a force during the golden age of arcade gaming, is getting ready to celebrate its 40th anniversary. What better way to do that than to bring back a bunch of classic titles, and what better company to partner with...
  • Samsung-ARM 7LPP And 5LPE Partnership To Deliver 3GHz Cortex-A76 Phone Chips

    ARM is teaming up with Samsung's foundry to design and manufacturer the recently announced Cortex-A76 core on a 7-nanometer low power plus (LPP) processor. Sometime down the line, they will extend this collaboration to 5nm low power early (LPE). This collaborating is expected to enable processing speeds in excess of...
  • Samsung Galaxy X Rumors Point To Giant 6,000 mAh Foldable Battery

    We've heard plenty of rumors circulating about the Samsung Galaxy X folding smartphone, which was revealed in a patent filing back in late 2016. Last month a new rumor surfaced that claimed the Galaxy X will redefine high-end smartphones in terms of pricing when it launches. That rumor suggested that...
  • NVIDIA Reportedly Stockpiling GeForce GTX 11 Turing GPUs For Explosive 2018 Launch

    NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 11 Series is coming later this year, as was previously confirmed on-camera by a Lenovo representative. The indicated that the GeForce GTX 1180 would ship with the Lenovo Legion 730 Series gaming desktops this Fall. Now we're learning that NVIDIA is stockpiling roughly one million next-generation GTX 11 GPUs so...
  • Nintendo Stock Takes A Kick In The Mushrooms After Lackluster E3 Announcements

    Nintendo didn't exactly have a stellar E3 with only a few enticing games unveiled at the show. Nintendo's stock price is now taking a beating and some are blaming its lackluster announcements at E3 2018 for the declining share price. Many investors have doubts concerning Nintendo’s ability to hit its...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: You can ask Alexa if football is "coming home"

    People have always talked to objects, whether blaming the coffee table with expletives or motivating yourself in the mirror, there is a history of humans talking to the inanimate. But in today's world, the objects are talking back! Well, to clarify, the smart speakers and voice assistants are talking back...

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