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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Elon Musk reaches deal over tweets about taking Tesla private

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Elon Musk must step down as Tesla chair and pay a fine after reaching a deal with US regulators over tweets he posted about taking the firm private. It follows Thursday's decision by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to sue Mr Musk...
  • Google's Next-Gen, Unreleased Chromecast Mistakenly Sold To Best Buy Customer

    Best Buy isn’t exactly careful when it comes to putting out products or advertisements for new gear before it's time for an official release. Best Buy did this recently when it tossed up advertisements for new GoPro cameras well before the cameras launched. The electronics retailer has now done something similar...
  • iPhone XS And iPhone XS Max Reportedly Plagued By Unreliable Charging Via Lightning Port

    As is the case with most new iPhone launches, the latest crop of smartphones are giving some users trouble. Some users have complained that the wireless signal strength for both the Wi-Fi and the cellular connections aren’t as strong as previous iPhones offered. Now reports are coming in that the iPhone...
  • Sony Explains Bogus Reasons For Dragging Its Feet On Fortnite Console Cross-Play

    We're not ones to look a gift horse in the mouth, but when it comes to cross-play support in Fortnite, Sony needs to get its story straight on why exactly it has it taken so long to finally embrace the gamer-friendly feature. Were there technical barriers that stood in the...
  • Intel Chip Supply Woes Resulted In AMD Ryzen Sales Domination For September Claims eTailer

    AMD's steady climb in CPU market share thanks to its second-generation Ryzen processors is becoming even more apparent as we head into the closing months of 2018. We've been following this trend via sales data from Mindfactory (as compiled by Redditor Ingebor), which showed AMD with a 45 percent share in June...
  • RED Hydrogen One Titanium Phone Delayed Again, But There's A Huge Upside For Preorders

    If you've been patiently waiting with anticipation for RED's upcoming Hydrogen One smartphone, we've got some disappointing news for you. The company announced this week that the titanium version of the smartphone has been delayed yet again.  According to RED founder Jim Jannard, the first production run of the titanium phones...
  • LG Watch W7 Hybrid Wear OS Watch Tipped For Launch Along Side LG V40

    The wearables market is going strong, and the two major competitors in that market are the brand-new Apple Watch Series 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch. A new smartwatch is reportedly set to debut soon from LG called the LG Watch W7. A rumor claims that the LG Watch W7...
  • Intel Unloads On Qualcomm Over LTE Modem Rhetoric And IP Theft Accusations

    Qualcomm is one of the biggest names in the mobile industry and makes chips and modems for smartphones, tablets, and other devices. Qualcomm also holds some of the most important patents in the industry and as such is has spent huge sums of money and time in litigation all around...
  • GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Deep Learning Benchmarks Show Big Gains Over GTX 1080 Ti

    The initial focus on NVIDIA's recently launched GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards has been on how well they perform in games, especially when cranking up the resolution to 4K (3840x2160). That will continue to be a point of interest, though it's not the only one...
  • Conservative Party conference app reveals MPs' numbers

    MPs and journalists have had their phone numbers, email addresses and personal details revealed on the Tory Party Conference app. A Guardian columnist highlighted the security breach on Twitter, where she said she was able to access the personal details of Boris Johnson. The BBC has also been able to...

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