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Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X And 2970WX Review: Lower Cost, Many Core Beasts

    When AMD launched its initial salvo of 2nd Generation Ryzen Threadripper processors back in August, it consisted of the beastly 32-core / 64-thread Threadripper 2990WX and powerful, but more svelte, 16-core / 32-thread Threadripper 2950X. Those processors represent the pinnacle of their respective line-ups; the 2990WX is AMD’s flagship workstation...
  • What to expect from Apple's special event

    It's that time of year again; Apple is poised to unleash a fresh batch of hardware at a live event in Brooklyn, New York. The event's tagline (which often offers clues about the event's theme) is "there's more in the making". Together with the fact that it's being held in...
  • Xbox One Mouse And Keyboard Support Lands For Xbox Insiders

    Last month we talked about mouse and keyboard support coming to the Xbox One. Microsoft made its intentions very clear when it announced that support for the mouse and keyboard would be implemented at the hardware level, but game developers could choose whether to add support in each game. Almost...
  • It's Alive! Commodore's Amiga Reborn As Vampire V4 Boots For The First Time

    Although it may not be readily apparent to current computing enthusiasts given all the attention to modern Intel and AMD hardware running Windows, macOS and Linux operating systems, there is still a large community dedicated to supporting Commodore Amiga systems. Even though over 30 years has passed since the world was...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 And Tab S4 Getting Exclusive Fortnite Goodies This Week

    When Epic Games' Fortnite first came to the Android ecosystem, it was an exclusive only for the Galaxy Note 9 for a limited time. Samsung and Epic Games still have a close relationship and Samsung device owners will be getting some new exclusive Fortnite goodies. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or Tab S4...
  • Costco Black Friday Ad Leaks With Killer Deals On Apple iPad, HP Chromebooks, And Dell XPS Laptops

    With October nearing its end and November is just around the corner, that means everyone will be gearing up for the holidays and it also means that Black Friday is right around the corner. Retailers will be wasting no time and ads for this year's deals have already started to...
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 May Come To The PC After All If These Settings Are Any Indication

    Well, bust our britches, it appears that Rockstar Games will in fact release its highly anticipated and well received Red Dead Redemption 2 game to the PC platform, in case there was any doubt about that eventuality. While still not confirmed (drats!), digging through the code in the RDR2 companion...
  • Palit GeForce GTX 1060 GamingPro OC Joins 6GB GDDR5X Bandwagon

    NVIDIA's add-in board (AIB) partners are starting to update their product catalogs with updated GeForce GTX 1060 graphics cards sporting faster GDDR5X memory. Palit is the latest to jump on the bandwagon with its GeForce GTX 1060 GamingPro OC+ (NEB1060U15J9-1045D), and unlike the Gigabyte card we spotted yesterday, Palit lists...
  • Tesla Navigate On Autopilot Is The Latest Progression To Fully Autonomous Vehicles

    We're still not quite there when it comes to full Level 5 autonomous vehicles that you can purchase from dealer lots (or with the a few mouse strokes as you can with a Tesla), but we're getting closer. Tesla just announced the launch of Navigate on Autopilot, which is a further expansion...
  • Qualcomm Accuses Apple Of Deadbeat Status With $7 Billion In Unpaid Chip Royalties

    Apple and Qualcomm aren’t exactly friends, but in some ways, the two firms need each other. iPhones are among the top-selling smartphones in the world, and Qualcomm certainly wants to get in on that sales action. Apple needs Qualcomm modems because they typically outperform rival hardware from Intel and MediaTek...

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