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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 11 Turing GPU Prices Could Be Complicated By GTX 1080, GTX 1070 Stockpiles

    If you're a PC gamer, you've likely been anxiously awaiting the arrival of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 11 Series graphics cards. It's been over two years since the Pascal-based GeForce GTX 10 Series debuted, and it's about time for a replacement. At this point, all signs are pointing towards a late August launch...
  • Intel Posts Strong Q2 Earnings And Outlook Beat But Shares Slip On Soft Data Center Figures

    Intel shares fell more than 8 percent in early morning trading on Friday, even though the company's earnings results for the second quarter beat out estimates with record revenue of $17 billion, up 15 percent year-over-year. That enabled Intel to nearly double its profit to $5 billion, versus $2.8 billion...
  • Intel H310 Motherboards Reportedly Support Incoming 8-Core Coffee Lake Processors

    There is evidence to suggest that existing motherboards based on Intel's H310 Express chipset will support the company's rumored 8-core processors when they arrive, by way of a BIOS update. That specific evidence is a picture of an ASRock H310CM-HDV/M.2 motherboard with a sticker that reads "8 Core CPU Support...
  • Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit Launches In September With Steering Wheel And Pedal

    Nintendo has done something very cool with the Switch giving gamers of all ages the ability to build cardboard concoctions that can be used to control video games and software. We've seen a few of the Labo controllers so far including a motorcycle controller that could be used to control...
  • Facebook: Explaining the company's historic share slump

    It was the biggest one-day loss in US corporate history. At the start of the day, Facebook was worth $630bn (£481bn). By the end, it was valued at $510bn (£389bn). Company founder Mark Zuckerberg personally lost more than $15bn (£11.5bn) in one day, seeing him fall from fourth to sixth...
  • Virtual reality paintings possible in Moscow art gallery

    Visitors to the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow are using virtual reality to explore the studios of two 20th Century Russian artists. Wearing a VR headset, users can create compositions, put colours on a canvas and upload the result to social media. Dutch company VRTech Group recreated the workrooms of...
  • Facebook stops InfoWars host posting for 30 days

    Facebook has imposed a 30-day suspension on Alex Jones - founder of the InfoWars conspiracy theory site. Mr Jones is banned from using his account for 30 days for posting videos that Facebook said broke its community standards. The hiatus applies only to Mr Jones meaning the channel bearing his...
  • Vote Leave's targeted Brexit ads released by Facebook

    The official Vote Leave campaign spent more than £2.7m on targeting ads at specific groups of people on Facebook - helping it to win the 2016 EU referendum. The US social media giant has now released these ads to a committee of MPs investigating fake news - meaning everyone, not...
  • Amazon delivers record quarterly profit

    Amazon has reported record quarterly profits helped by a rise in online sales and demand for its cloud services. Profits hit a record $2.53bn (£1.9bn) in the three months to the end of June - about 12 times more than it made during the same period last year. Sales rose...
  • Lunar eclipse: Skygazers await century's longest 'blood moon'

    Skywatchers will be treated to the longest "blood moon" eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday. As it rises, during this total eclipse, Earth's natural satellite will turn a striking shade of red or ruddy brown. The "totality" period, when light from the Moon is totally obscured, will last for...

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