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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • MEPs vote on controversial copyright law

    MEPs are due to vote on major changes to copyright law, which has divided experts and proved controversial. Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has written to politicians urging them to support the changes. But the web's inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee and others have expressed concerns about the proposed rules, which...
  • Microsoft's Budget Surface Tablet To Reportedly Use Intel Pentium Processors

    It seems as though all at once, we're beginning to glean pertinent details about Microsoft's upcoming low-end Surface tablet. Yesterday, we learned that the budget tablet hit the FCC with a 24-watt charger and a 7.5-volt battery. It was also reasoned that the Surface tablet will feature Intel-based processors. Today, we're getting...
  • Google DeepMind AI Goes On Quake III Killing Spree With Human-Like Skills

    Researchers and computer scientists far and wide are leveraging artificial intelligence for all kinds of tasks, everything from weather prediction and automating dangerous tasks, to finding cures for diseases and solving complex social problems. Oh, and gaming. In fact, Google trained its DeepMind system to play Quake III, and apparently...
  • Dell/VMware and Nutanix dominate a growing hyper-converged market

    Dell/VMware and Nutanix have continued to dominate the hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) market in the first quarter of 2018. Dell leads Nutanix in the market for appliances sold under their own brand, while VMware and Nutanix battle it out for the hyper-converged software products market. That is according to analyst organisation...
  • Sony posts whole movie on YouTube in trailer's place

    Thousands of people watched a film posted in its entirety to YouTube by its US distributor before the apparent mistake was tackled. Sony Pictures Entertainment had labelled the video as being a trailer for the movie Khali the Killer. But its 90 minute duration acted as a giveaway that the...
  • Netflix Tests Pricey Ultra Tier For 4K Streamers

    If you purchased a new television recently, there's a better-than-good chance that it is a 4K Ultra HD set, as those have become the norm, and not the exception. One way to take advantage of the added resolution (over Full HD) is through select content on Netflix. Depending on the...
  • Industry bets on fixed wireless access for first 5G deployments

    A real-world trial of 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) networks serving connectivity to paying consumers has taken place in Floreşti in Romania. Meanwhile at the UK’s University of Sussex, academics have been gathering data on how FWA signals interact with their environment through a series of experiments, as the industry...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1160 6GB Mobile GPU Reportedly To Arrive In Max-Q Design Laptops Later This Year

    NVIDIA has yet to announce its next-generation GeForce lineup, or even offer any hints, other than being booked to discuss its next-gen GPUs at the Hot Chips conference in August. The company's hardware partners have been a bit more forthcoming, though, especially Lenovo, which will reportedly launch a Legion Y530...
  • Google Goes Into Damage Control Mode Over Gmail Third-Party App Access Privacy Concerns

    Are you concerned about who might be reading your emails? You should be, especially if you allow third-party app developers to access your Gmail account, as many of them request. A recent report highlighted the extent of which third-party app developers can access private information, prompting Google to respond with...
  • Intel 9th Gen Core 9000 Series Coffee Lake S Processor Specs Confirmed

    Yesterday, we received official confirmation from Intel that its incoming 9th generation Core family is still based on Coffee Lake architecture, which underpins current 8th generation processors. A total of 7 processors were revealed, ranging from the Core i3-9100 to the Core i5-9600K. Now, another official Intel document has been posted (which has...

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