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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • Costco's Galaxy Note 9 Deal Will Save You Up To $500 No Contract Required

    One of the biggest smartphone launches so far this year has been the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. When the smartphone went on sale last week, we ran down some of the best deals that you can get on the smartphone from all the major carriers. The thing that they all...
  • Raspberry Pi 4: Google brings AI to Raspberry Pi

    The Raspberry Pi is a game-changer of technology. As a low-cost microcomputer, it allows developers, students and those without huge budgets to create impressive projects, all using a $35, credit-card-sized computer. Not only does it come with some impressive capabilities from such a small piece of kit, the Raspberry Pi...
  • 3D-printed gun blueprints ban extended

    A ban on the online distribution of 3D printed gun blueprints has been extended by a US federal judge. The temporary block was due to expire on Tuesday but US district judge Robert Lasnik ruled that publishing the files could cause "irreparable harm". More than a dozen states sued the...
  • Tumblr bans non-consensual creepshots and deepfake porn

    Tumblr is to ban content that results in the "unwanted sexualisation or sexual harassment of others". The social network says this includes non-consensual "creepshots" - sexually suggestive photos of clothed victims. In addition, it said it covers "deepfake" pornography, in which computer-generated images of a subject's face are transplanted onto...
  • AMD Commits All 7nm GPU And Zen 2 CPU Fabrication To TSMC Along With An Exec Shuffle

    AMD made two big announcements after the closing bell today that affects its hardware business. There is some executive shuffling on the personnel side, and some changes with regards to 7nm production. On the personnel side, Jim Anderson, who served as AMD's General Manager and Senior Vice President of Global...
  • Acer Swift 5 SF514-52T review: Lightweight - in every sense of the word

    Acer is a firm stalwart of the mid-range laptop market, churning out a number of attractive devices at reasonable price points. These devices can often vary wildly in terms of quality, however, and rarely are they an unqualified success. Last year's Swift 5, though, was a real winner. It was...
  • Toyota to invest $500m in Uber to build self-driving cars

    Japanese carmaker Toyota is to invest $500m (£387m) in Uber and expand a partnership to jointly develop self-driving cars. The firm said this would involve the "mass-production" of autonomous vehicles that would be deployed on Uber's ride sharing network. It is being viewed as a way for both firms to...
  • Google Pixel 3 And Pixel 3 XL Tipped For October 9 Unveil In NYC

    Considering that nearly every detail about the Google Pixel 3 smartphone family has leaked at this point, it seems rather appropriate that the actual launch date would also be revealed ahead of schedule. According to a new report, the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will be revealed at an event...
  • Oculus VR Founder Palmer Lucky Trashes Magic Leap One Headset As 'Tragic Heap'

    Palmer Luckey is the founder of the company that created the Oculus Rift VR headset, so he is a bit biased when it comes to VR hardware. On his blog, Luckey penned a new post titled "Magic Leap is a Tragic Heap," and he goes on to say that he carefully...
  • Extended Battlefield V Gameplay Captured With GeForce RTX 2080 Ti During NVIDIA Event

    Now that NVIDIA has announced its GeForce RTX family of graphics cards, all that anyone can talk about these days is real-time ray-tracing. NVIDIA is billing it as a key selling point for the GeForce RTX family, and we can see why the company is so willing to unleash the feature on...

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