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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Apple Watch Series 4 Teardown Reveals Larger Battery, Jam-Packed Tech Goodies

    Earlier this month, the biggest update in the Apple Watch's relatively short lifespan was released in the form of the Series 4. The smartwatch officially went on sale this past Friday and as you might expect, teardown analysis of the device wasn't far behind. The folks at iFixit have put...
  • SiriusXM Buys Pandora For $3.5B In Streaming Music's Latest Epic Power Play

    In the realm of music, cassette tapes are largely dead and compact discs (CDs) are not far behind. Streaming music is both the present and future, and there are big bucks at stake. Hence why satellite music giant SiriusXM today announced that it is acquiring Pandora for around $3.5 billion...
  • Intel Broadwell-E CPU Overclocking Reportedly Wrecked By Windows 10 Update

    Intel's attempts to mitigate side-channel vulnerabilities in practically every processor released in the past decade has not come without consequences. There was the whole random reboot issue that affected Haswell and Broadwell CPUs (it was later resolved), and now there are reports of a recent Windows 10 update is wreaking...
  • AMD's 12nm Polaris 30 GPU Family Allegedly Primed For Launch

    Hot on the heels of NVIDIA releasing its GeForce RTX series based on Turing with fancy-pants real-time ray tracing and AI technologies embedded within, AMD is set to launch...another Polaris part? So it goes, if the rumor mill is to believed, with AMD said to be prepping a new graphics...
  • Samsung's Folding Smartphone May Carry Massive Price Due To Screen Supplier Choice

    Samsung has been having a tough time finding the right mix of features and cool design for its smartphones in recent months. The company has been accused of peddling products that look too much like previous versions with minimal updates, which in turn has led to soft sales for key...
  • Apple’s Distaste For Sex And Violence Threatens Its Original Series Streaming Service

    Apple has been hard at work on its streaming media service for several. In 2015, reports suggested that the service was delayed as Apple worked through negations for local programming. Apple has plowed on in the years since, and has signed up several shows that sound interesting, but all of...
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti review: The future's not here yet

    A new consumer graphics card doesn't usually warrant a review on IT Pro, but not every graphics card is as exciting as the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. This flagship GPU from Nvidia doesn't just deliver the usual boost to performance in graphical applications and games, it's also got enticing...
  • 3D-printed gun pioneer in jail on sex assault charge

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Cody Wilson is in jail in Houston, Texas, after being charged with the sexual assault of an under-age girl. Mr Wilson runs Defense Distributed, a company that offers blueprints for creating 3D printed guns. He was deported back to the US from Taiwan...
  • Nintendo N64 Classic Launch Is Imminent According To EU Filing

    We are living in the heyday of retro gaming today. You have many current (and future) options to play all of the games that defined your childhood (or adulthood) on miniature versions of the original consoles. Nintendo started the "mini console" segment with the Nintendo Classic Edition and later followed...
  • Logitech’s K600 TV Wireless Keyboard Is Designed For Better Smart TV Control

    Smart TV owners know that using the menus and performing searches using the normal remote control that comes with a TV can be a challenge. On-screen keyboards have never been the easiest things to use when you can only enter a single character at a time. Voice controlled remotes can help...

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