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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • Sony Xperia XZ3 Rocks Gorgeous 6-inch OLED Display And Ships With Android 9 Pie

    When it comes to flagship smartphones, Sony doesn't often get mentioned in the same breath with the likes of Samsung and Apple, or even Huawei and Xiaomi. However, that doesn't mean that the company is no longer putting out quality hardware. In fact, the company's new Xperia XZ3 shows that...
  • Battlefield V With Ray-Tracing Currently Hitting Sub-30fps In 4K On GeForce RTX 2080 Ti

    We are on the cusp of the era of real-time ray tracing in games. It effectively begins once NVIDIA starts shipping its GeForce RTX series cards based on the company's Turing GPU architecture, with dedicated Tensor and RT cores underneath the hood, but what kind of performance can we realistically...
  • GeForce RTX Turing Q&A: All Of The Juicy Details From Our Chat With NVIDIA's Tom Petersen

    Yesterday afternoon, we had the pleasure of chatting with Tom Petersen (TAP), NVIDIA's Director of Technical Marketing. Given that NVIDIA's next-generation graphics cards are on everyone's mind these days, it should come as no surprise that we went straight into talking about the Turing architecture that underpins the GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and...
  • Intel 9th Gen Core i9-9900K Coffee Lake CPU Delidded Revealing Soldered IHS

    Browse any enthusiast forum that deals with overclocking and you'll encounter complaints over Intel's choice of thermal interface material (TIM) on its 8th generation Core processor family. The consensus is that it's not very good, and that Intel should return to using solder. Well, it looks like that is happening...
  • Google's Titan 2FA Hardware Security Keys Now Available For Purchase

    Using a strong password is the accepted standard for securing accounts, but in some instances, it's simply not enough. That is where two factor authentication (2FA) comes into play. If you want to use 2FA to protect your Google account, you can—Google is now selling 2FA Titan security key bundles...
  • Nikon D3500 Compact Entry-Level DSLR Aims To Lure Newbie Photographers

    Nikon has rolled out a new entry-level DSLR camera called the new D3500, and this camera is an affordable way for new users to step into the DSLR realm. While the Z7 and Z6 mirrorless cameras that Nikon rolled out earlier this month would set you back at least $2,600...
  • Accountant dumps Dell SAN for StorMagic hyper-converged

    Accounting firm Cover & Rossiter has gained enterprise levels of redundancy and avoided up to $40,000 on replacement SAN costs by deploying StorMagic’s SvSAN software-defined hyper-converged software product. The Delaware-based company has two offices, with 60 employees and core applications that include Microsoft Exchange and a range of tax and...
  • Google says Trump's bias claims are 'not true'

    Google has disputed claims from President Donald Trump that it did not promote his State of the Union address. President Trump posted a video on Twitter he said provided evidence the search giant had not featured his 2017 speech. In response, Google said this speech had been to Congress and...
  • Dell announces its first premium 2-in-1 Chromebook

    Dell is launching a high-end 2-in-1 Inspiron-branded Chromebook for the first time in the hopes that its portability and premium hardware can win over business users. The Inspiron Chromebook 14 2-in-1, announced this week at IFA 2018, will boast a 14in 1080p display that can be rotated 360-degrees to flip...
  • When networks collide: how M&A brings infrastructure together

    Enterprise IT runs on networking, so fixing up the network should be a priority issue during mergers and acquisitions – but that’s not always the case. Find out how the pros manage it Share this item with your network: Alex Scroxton Networking Editor You’ve done it. Well, the CEO has...

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