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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Huawei Hilariously Mocks Apple iPhone XS Battery Life With A Gift For Customers Waiting In Line

    Once again, Apple saw long lines at some of its stores by customers wanting to snag a new iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max. Don't worry yourself about buyers standing out in the sunlight for too long, though, because Huawei was kind enough to bring some shade. No, we're not...
  • Intel Optane SSD 905P Family Welcomes Larger Capacities Up To 1.5TB

    Intel has bumped up the capacity on its well-regarded Optane SSD 905P family. Intel's Optane SSDs for enthusiasts offer a compelling performance upgrade over run-of-the-mill SATA storage devices and can offer some significant advantages over NVMe SSD (in certain aspects), but they do come with an added cost. The company announced that...
  • Motorola Moto Z3 Review: Proven Hardware Chasing A 5G Future

    Motorola is currently on its third-generation of Moto Z smartphones and the 2018 flagship is the new Moto Z3. The Moto Z3 still supports the growing family of Moto Mod accessories, and early next year it will be available with the 5G Moto Mod, making it one of the first smartphones on the market...
  • MSI Goes On Intel Z390 Rampage As MEG Godlike, MAG Tomahawk Motherboards Leak

    Intel might as well go ahead and release its 9th generation Core processor lineup right now, because unless it has something up its sleeve that has not already been leaked, there will not be any surprises. This applies to the crop of Z390 motherboards waiting in the wings, too. In...
  • Virobot Ransomware Outbreak Is Enslaving PCs In Spammy, Keylogging Botnet

    Just when we thought things had cooled down a bit in the botnet space, we're getting word of a new outbreak that it affecting PC users in the United States. Virobot has multi-pronged attack vector, and can not only place a victim's computer into a zombie botnet, but it also...
  • Dividing lines: EU bid to curb server energy use has the European datacentre community split

    Finding ways to improve energy efficiency of their sites is an undisputed top priority for datacentre operators, given just how big a line item power costs are for so many of them. For this reason, one might think an EU-backed legislative push that could potentially lower the collective power consumption...
  • Google Confirms It Allows Third-Party Devs To Snoop Your Gmail Data

    In a letter sent to US lawmakers, Google reaffirmed its policy of allowing third-party app developers to access private information belonging to Gmail users, so long as the developers are upfront about the data they are collecting. It comes with the territory of allowing third-party apps to integrate with Gmail...
  • PlayStation Now Rolls Out Long-Requested Offline Play Option For PS4

    One of the big problems that subscribers of the Sony PlayStation Now service had was that the games were only available for streaming play. That could be an issue for users on metered internet connections or with spotty internet service. Sony has announced a big change to PlayStation Now with...
  • Facebook stops sending staff to help political campaigns

    Facebook will no longer send employees to work at the offices of political campaigns during elections, the company has announced. The social network used to offer dedicated staff to political campaigns to help them develop their online advertising campaigns. Donald Trump's digital director for the 2016 presidential election has said...
  • Xerox VersaLink B600DN review

    Xerox' VersaLink B600DN brings together everything an SME could ask for from a mono A4 printer – including a fast 55ppm print speed, a true 1,200dpi resolution and inkjet-trouncing running costs. Thanks to Xerox's ConnectKey technology, it's impressively versatile too. A wealth of connection options ensure that the B600DN will...

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