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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Samsung Offers Instant $300 Discount On Galaxy Note 9 And Up To $300 For Trade-ins

    We've seen some excellent deals going on smartphones of late, particularly during Black Friday. Samsung has been dealing on its flagship Galaxy Note 9 dating back to October when it announced it was doubling the trade-in offer to lure buyers to upgrade to the Note 9. Amazon had a deal on...
  • NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX Bundles With Rare Fortnite Gear To Counter AMD Promos

    NVIDIA announced that it's now offering a bundle of rare Fortnite gear with GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060 graphics cards. The new gear includes a specialized Reflex outfit that comes equipped with a Response Unit on its back. The bundle also contains a Pivot Glider, an Angular...
  • Plex And Tidal Team Up To Provide Discounted Streaming Music Service

    Music lovers rejoice! Plex Music and TIDAL have teamed up to bring users a wide variety of high quality content. Users will be able more easily discover new content, listen to personalized playlists, and enjoy better sound quality with the TIDAL on Plex subscription. TIDAL is a music streaming-service that...
  • Intel Exec Discloses Discrete GPU Details And Strategy

    Last week, we had the opportunity to chat with Ari Rauch, Vice President of the Core And Visual Computing Group and General Manager of the Visual Technologies Team at Intel. We had a long discussion about Intel’s current plans to enter the discrete GPU market in 2020 and what made...
  • Leisure Suit Larry Creator And Gaming Legend Al Lowe To Sell Original Sierra Source Code

    Anyone who grew up playing adventure games is likely to recognize the name Al Lowe. A former employee of Sierra (employee number 20, as it were), he created Leisure Suit Larry and coded several other games, including The Black Cauldron. Now decades later, he's selling some of the original source...
  • Intel Cascade Lake vs AMD Rome: Who will rule the datacentre roost in 2019?

    The enterprise server market has started getting interesting again over the course of the past year, as AMD returned to the fray with its EPYC platform to go head-to-head with Intel’s Xeon chips. Now, both firms have detailed new processors that are coming in 2019, which display their respective thinking...
  • Google Fi Now Offering New Customers A Full Month Of Free Service

    In case you have not heard, Project Fi is now called Google Fi, and with the rebranding comes support for a bunch of additional devices, including several iPhone handsets and most newer Android phones. Google is obviously eager for more people to make the switch. To encourage that very thing...
  • OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Could Take Pole Position With 10GB RAM

    According to a new leak making the rounds this morning OnePlus is working on a higher-end version of its OnePlus 6T flagship Android 9 Pie smartphone. The device will reportedly be called the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition and will have a whopping 10GB of onboard RAM. We've seen a handful 10GB Android phones announced...
  • Vivo Nex 2 Bezel-Free Phone Rocks Dual Displays And Wicked LED Light Ring

    Smartphone makers are starting to experiment with new designs in order to stand out from the crowd, and we've seen some interesting concepts emerge. One of them is Samsung's upcoming folding phone—it turns into a tablet when opened. Vivo, meanwhile, seems to be readying a new smartphone with two displays...
  • Apple Music Launches For Amazon Echo Smart Speakers Starting Next Month

    Apple and Amazon sure seem to be getting cozy with one another these days. Earlier this month, Amazon started allowing sales of iPhones, iPads, and other Apple products directly and via authorized sellers in the Amazon Marketplace, ending a long-standing feud between the two. In true 'scratch my back and...

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