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Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • IBM refreshes StorWize with NVMe flash and NVMe-over-fabrics

    IBM has upgraded its StorWize arrays with the launch of the third-generation 7000 series, with support for NVMe flash storage and NVMe-over-fabrics (NVMf). It also unveiled Spectrum Discover, new data classification and metadata management software for file and object, plus a new high capacity tape drive, the TS1160. In line...
  • NVIDIA SHIELD TV Enhanced With Amazon Alexa Voice Control

    NVIDIA has announced a new control feature for the Shield TV media player that brings another way to control Shield with your voice. A new Alexa Skill has launched that allows hands-free control of Shield TV using an Amazon Alexa device. The Alexa Skill for Shield TV owners makes the...
  • Microsoft Developing Phone Game Controllers For Project xCloud Streaming Service

    Gaming is where the money is at, and so it's no surprise that Microsoft is looking to make a gigantic play in the gaming sector with Project xCloud, an upcoming streaming service that allows people to play games anywhere on any device. The challenge for mobile, of course, is the...
  • Nintendo Wii Remote Prototype For Nintendo GameCube Appears At Japanese Auction

    Nintendo made waves in the gaming community when it debuted its Wii console, one of its most interesting game systems to date. What made the console so unique was its motion-controlled Wii Remotes. Perhaps in a parallel universe, the Wii Remote would have debuted even earlier, as prototypes actually exist...
  • Microsoft Kills Malicious Ad Promoting Fake Google Chrome Downloads Within Edge Browser

    Last week, Microsoft unwittingly provided a gateway to malicious content via Bing ads within the Microsoft Edge web browser. A malicious ad was being served that was promoting a fake version of the Google Chrome download site. What makes this particular incident so dangerous with the potential to affect millions...
  • Google Play Store Reportedly Adding Play Pass Monthly Subscription For Apps

    Google's Play Store is home to millions of apps for Android phones and tablets, so there is no shortage of content for anyone entrenched in the Android camp. That includes a whole bunch of games, both free and paid. With regards to the latter, Google might be prepping a "Play...
  • Acer Swift 7 (SF714-51T) review: World's thinnest laptop is a processing lightweight

    In 2017, Acer released one of the thinnest laptops on the market, the Acer Swift 7 (SF713-51). Although it was a svelte and stylish looking machine, it wasn't particularly snappy in the processing department as the company had opted for a lower-power, fanless Y-series Intel Core i5 processor. By placing...
  • AMD Radeon RX 590 Polaris Refresh Allegedly Launches November 15, Benchmarks Leak

    A juicy new rumor points to AMD launching its upcoming Radeon RX 590 graphics card in time for the holiday shopping season, and specifically on November 15, which is two and a half weeks from today. Previous leaks and rumors suggest it will arrive with a 12-nanometer Polaris 30 GPU...
  • ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 And FX705 Notebooks Deliver Intel Coffee Lake And GTX 1060 Muscle

    ASUS is cranking up the performance with its latest TUF Gaming notebooks: the FX505 and FX705. Not only are these machines backed by potent gaming hardware -- including Intel Coffee Lake processors up to an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPU – but they are also incredibly durable thanks to MIL-STD-810G...
  • Pittsburgh shooting: Gab drops offline after attack

    A Twitter-rival used by the man accused of a gun attack on a US synagogue has gone offline after several technology services withdrew support from it. Gab describes itself as a defender of "free speech and expression" with has nearly 800,000 users. It has faced criticism in the past for...

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