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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • Nikon Z7 And Z6 Full-Frame Cameras Muscle Their Way To Mirrorless Glory

    Nikon has unveiled a pair of new mirrorless digital cameras that are both decidedly high-end: the Z7 and the Z6. The duo is nearly identical with the exception price, resolution, and autofocus (AF) system. The Z7 is a 45.7MP digital camera with ISO 64-25600 standard and ISO 32 and ISO...
  • Huawei and ZTE handed 5G network ban in Australia

    Chinese smartphone maker Huawei says the Australian government has banned it from providing 5G technology for the country's wireless networks. It said fellow communications firm ZTE had also been banned, reportedly due to national security concerns. "This is a extremely disappointing result for consumers," the company said on Twitter. 5G...
  • Corbyn floats plan for windfall tax on tech firms to fund journalism

    A windfall tax could be levied on tech giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook to pay for public interest journalism, Jeremy Corbyn is to say. The Labour leader will call for radical reform of the media landscape in a speech at the Edinburgh TV Festival. He will say digital...
  • DJI's Mavic 2 Drone Unveil Kicks Off Tomorrow, Pro And Zoom Versions Expected

    DJI has created a lot of buzz in the drone and photography communities with the Mavic 2 that leaked last month. Along with a leaked image of that device came some alleged specifications. Later in the month, a catalog page for the new drone leaked that called out a Hasselblad camera...
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Performance Unveiled, DLSS AI-Powered Anti-Aliasing Spikes FPS At High IQ

    This week at Gamescom 2018, NVIDIA held a GeForce Gaming Celebration to unveil its new GeForce RTX 2080 and 2070 series graphics cards, based on its new Turing GPU architecture. The NVIDIA GPU that powers GeForce RTX cards ushers in a wealth of new technologies, enabled by its new processing...
  • Google Pixel 3 XL Wireless Charging Apparently Confirmed In Video Leak

    Details on the upcoming Google Pixel 3 family of smartphones have been leaking left and right in recent months, and yesterday we gave you a run-down on what we know so far about Google’s incoming Android 9 Pie flagships. Today, however, we're getting [alleged] confirmation that Google's new Pixel 3 and Pixel...
  • Watch Battlefield 5 And MechWarrior 5 Live Gameplay With NVIDIA RTX Real Time Ray Tracing

    This has been a big week for NVIDIA, as it officially announced its GeForce RTX family on Monday that promises to bring real-time ray tracing (and all of the added realism that comes as a result) to the next-generation of video games. While we've talked a lot about the hardware that powers...
  • Valve's Steam Play Brings Windows Game Compatibility To Linux Via Vulkan

    Valve is working to bring more games to Linux users by rolling out a new beta version of Steam Play, which includes a modified version of Wine, called Proton, to provide compatibility with Windows game titles, the company announced. This essentially allows Linux users to run native Windows games without...
  • Microsoft Issues Windows 10 Patches For Spectre And Foreshadow Side-Channel Exploits

    Microsoft is pushing out new microcode updates for Intel processors affected by recently disclosed side channel exploits, including several Spectre variants and the newer Foreshadow flaw. The microcode updates apply to Windows 10 and Windows Server, and cover a range of Skylake, Kaby Lake, and Coffee Lake processors. "This update...
  • Verizon Unapologetically Throttled California Fire Department's Unlimited Data During Wildfire Outbreak

    Verizon Wireless is catching heat for throttling data services of the Santa Clara County Fire Department while wildfires ravaged California. The fire department's chief, Anthony Bowden, said the throttling impeded his department's ability to respond to emergencies, and that Verizon was informed of the "significant impact" its decision was having...

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