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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Intel Optane Memory Update: Making Hard Drives Perform Like Fast SSDs

    When Intel initially released its Optane Memory line-up, it was one of the most potent and effective storage acceleration products available, right out of the gate. Due to its 3D Xpoint memory technology, which enables consistent, low-latency, high-speed data transfers at low-queue depths, Intel’s Optane Memory is ideally suited for...
  • The desire for perfect recycling is making the e-waste problem worse

    We have a problem with our electronic waste (e-waste) and the best description of that problem is that we’ve let the perfect become the enemy of the good. The current zeitgeist insists that we should have a circular economy and that everything should be recycled, but this is the error...
  • NHS data breach affects 150,000 patients in England

    The NHS is blaming a coding error for 150,000 patients in England being involved in a data breach. Those affected had requested that their confidential health information only be used to help provide them with care. But it appears that there was a problem with the software used by GPs...
  • Tesla Finally Hits 5,000-Car Model 3 Production Target Says Musk

    In an excited email to employees, Tesla founder and chief executive officer Elon Musk wrote, "We did it!!," making sure to add an extra exclamation point for emphasis. What Tesla did, according to Musk's email, is finally achieve the automaker's goal of producing 5,000 Model 3 electric vehicles in a...
  • AT&T DirecTV Now Shanks Cord Cutters With A $5 Rate Hike Right In The Gut

    If you thought that cutting the cord would absolve you from the price hike tomfoolery that has become commonplace in the cable/satellite TV industry; guess again. Some of the most popular streaming TV services for cord-cutters are raising prices, and AT&T's DirecTV Now is the latest to hop on that bandwagon.  All of AT&T's...
  • Arrest Me Red OnePlus 6 Announced With July 10 On-Sale Date

    If the only thing that has been holding you back from picking up a OnePlus 6 handset is the lack of a red color option, you are in luck. Following the success of the OnePlus 5T Lava Red edition, OnePlus has decided to now offer a red version of its...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen Tipped For Innovative Bluetooth Remote Features

    Usually when Samsung releases a new flagship phone, most of the attention is focused on the raw performance upgrades and camera improvements. When the Galaxy Note 9 arrives, however, expect a fair amount of hype on the S Pen. Samsung teased as much when it sent out a closeup shot...
  • Dell Deals Another Dandy, Going Public Once Again

    After five years hidden from the scrutiny of public oversight, Dell is ready to emerge from its confines as a privately held company. The company went private in order to undertake a massive turnaround plan amid a wildly changing computing market, but now is ready to return as a public entity...
  • AMD Ryzen 3 2300X Mainstream Zen+ Processor Benchmarks Leak Ahead Of Launch

    More second generation Ryzen processors are headed to the desktop, and in particularly there have been leaks centered around the Ryzen 5 2500X and Ryzen 3 2300X, both of which made an appearance on Geekbench earlier this month. Now a new batch of benchmarks have shown up for the latter...
  • Dashcam footage submission website goes live

    Road users are now able to submit footage of dangerous driving to police in England and Wales, using a platform set up by a dashcam manufacturer. The website allows visitors to upload videos before sending footage to the right police force. It also redirects visitors to those forces with their...

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