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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Samsung Reportedly Developing Galaxy Gaming Smartphone To Rival Razer And Xiaomi

    Samsung is working hard to claw its way back to the big profits it enjoyed in years past. An oversaturated smartphone market and competition from Chinese rivals like Huawei and Xiaomi have meant lower sales figures for the South Korean company. One segment that seems to be booming of late...
  • Where To Pre-Order Arcade 1Up’s ¾-Sized Gloriously Retro Arcade Game Cabinets

    I grew up feeding quarters to arcade machines, which might seem like a foreign concept to gamers who have been raised on Xbox and PlayStation consoles. Back in the day, we had to hike 2 miles in the snow, up hill (both ways!) just for the privilege of playing a...
  • Intel Core i9 8-Core Rumored To Be A Soldered Wonder, Delidders Need Not Apply

    We've got some good news for hardcore PC enthusiasts that have resorted to delidding their Intel processors in order to achieve insane overclocks. According to fresh reports, Intel has decided to use solder between the integrated heat spreader (IHS) and the die on the upcoming Core i9-9900K and other 9th generation Core...
  • LG Gram review: A lightweight 15in laptop with plenty of oomph

    Big-screened laptops get a bad rep. Devices fitted with 15in displays are bulky beasts, and aren't as backpack-friendly as their 13in counterparts. They certainly aren't kind to the spine, either. Case in point: Dell's recently-launched XPS 15 2-in-1. An exquisite laptop in every respect - despite the horribly-placed Page Up...
  • Valve's Steam Chat Exits Beta And Is Now Live With Discord-Like Features For All Users

    Let the online chat wars begin! That is the hidden message behind Valve's new Steam Chat messaging client, which has now exited beta and is available in polished form for anyone and everyone who cares to give it a test run. In doing so, Valve is going up against Discord...
  • Google Docs Deploys Machine Learning AI To Fix Your Gnarly Grammatical Errors

    Most word processing programs will go through your work and at least perform a spellcheck, looking for misspelled words that you do not want appearing on your final document. Others look for mistakes in grammar. Google is implementing the latter into Docs as part of a sweeping G Suite update...
  • Android Oreo Adoption Hits 12 Percent 11 Months After Release As Android P Nears

    Fragmentation -- it's a word that many people throw around when talking about the myriad of Android devices that are on the market and their ability to run the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. Although Google has taken steps to help combat the effects of fragmentation, it's still alive...
  • Google Accused Of Deliberately Crippling YouTube On Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Safari

    Have you noticed that YouTube pages appear to load slower in Edge, Firefox, and Safari compared to Google's own Chrome browser? If so, you are not alone. Google redesigned the YouTube experience last year, but the site still uses an older shadow API that is only used in Chrome, which...
  • NVIDIA Next-Gen GPUs Appear In HWiNFO 64 But Are They Turing Or Volta?

    At this stage of the game, barely a day goes by without a juicy rumor focused on NVIDIA's next-generation Turing GPUs for consumes. Today is not one of those quiet days. The latest rumor traces to HWiNFO, a popular piece of diagnostic software. HWiNFO posted the release notes for its...
  • Kuri the cute home robot gets canned by Bosch

    A home robot that had a high profile at recent events has been cancelled before going on sale to the wider public. Kuri was designed to play with children, respond to voice commands and patrol properties while filming videos and taking photos. Its control app was released last month ahead...