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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • TiVo Takes Aim At OTA Market With Bolt DVR Set-Top Box

    TiVo is making an aggressive pitch to cord cutters and would-be cord cutters alike, saying its new Bolt OTA set-top box can save them hundreds of dollars a year "while still enjoying the best TV experience of your life." In three years time, TiVo says the savings can add up...
  • Updated: LG V40 ThinQ Confirmed With 6.4-Inch Display And 5 Cameras

    The smartphone camera wars are just starting to heat up. First there were dual rear cameras, then we starting seeing triple cameras (a la the Huawei P20 Pro). Now, LG is looking to get in on the triple camera action with the V40 ThinQ, which is set to make its global debut...
  • AMD Arcturus Rumored As 7nm+ Replacement For Navi GPU Architecture

    Is it too early to starting thinking about past Navi? Of course not, provided you're willing to take any and all early information with a few grains of salt. As you might already now, Navi is slated to arrive sometime in 2019. There are still many questions surrounding Navi, but...
  • Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master, Ultra, Elite And Pro Motherboards Featured In Leak Extravaganza

    We're starting to go cross-eyed looking at the all the Z390 motherboards that have leaked out before officially launching. Our affliction won't stop more leaks from happening, though, a fact that is underscored by a fresh batch of press renderings showing several of Gigabyte's upcoming Aorus-brand Z390 motherboards. The focus...
  • Linus Torvalds: 'I'll never be cuddly but I can be more polite'

    Linux founder Linus Torvalds has told the BBC that he is seeking professional help to become more empathetic towards fellow developers, but admits he may have to "fake it until I make it". Mr Torvalds stepped back from his role heading the organisation, following accusations of bullying and rudeness. He...
  • Facebook And RED Digital Cinema Drop Details On Manifold Camera

    Facebook and RED Digital Cinema have been collaborating on what the duo calls the world's first end-to-end solution for 3D and 360 video capture. Facebook and RED are offering a first look at the Manifold camera, which is a studio-ready camera system for immersive six degrees of freedom storytelling, and Facebook...
  • Zhaoxin KX-6000 Octo-Core CPU Aims To Battle Intel And AMD

    Odds are you haven't heard of Zhaoxin; the company is a joint venture between Via Technologies (a name you may know) and the Chinese government. Zhaoxin has unveiled its coming x86-compatible CPU called the KaiXian KX-6000 that promises to be at least 50% better performing than the KX-5000 CPU the...
  • Object storage: On-prem, in the cloud and hybrid

    “Slow, cheap and deep – object storage has that reputation,” says Steven Hill, senior analyst for storage technologies at 451 Research. “In part because that’s all that was expected of it at the time. “But I have come to believe that today’s object storage may be the ideal framework for...
  • Canon i-Sensys MF734Cdw review

    Canon's i-Sensys MF734Cdw looks like the result of a teleportation incident involving a colour laser multifunction and a phablet. A big and reasonably chunky MFP, its slick touchscreen control panel overhangs the printer slightly on the right - we'd be worried about it getting knocked off. We've no worries about...
  • Uber pays $148m over data breach cover-up

    Ride-hailing firm Uber is paying $148m (£113m) to settle legal action over a cyber-attack that exposed data from 57 million customers and drivers. The massive breach happened in 2016 but Uber sought to hide it from regulators. The company paid the hackers behind the intrusion $100,000 to delete the data...

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