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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Apple MacBook Pro Radeon Pro Vega GPU Upgrade Shows Huge Performance Benchmark Gains

    The MacBook Pro has seen some interesting upgrades this year. Apple refreshed both the 13-inch and 15-inch models in July with newer hardware, then last week it added an AMD Radeon Pro Vega GPU option for users who need more graphics firepower. How much more firepower are we talking about...
  • Interview: Comms sector ripe for disruption as climate change takes hold

    Time is fast running out to prevent catastrophic, irreversible climate meltdown, and there is no backup planet for us to move to. According to a recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), we have just 12 years left to take drastic action to keep global average temperature...
  • Google And Microsoft Form Unlikely Alliance Bringing Chrome To Windows 10 On ARM

    Google Chrome is the most popular web browser on the planet, much to Microsoft's ire. With respect to its Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft would prefer that you use its own homegrown web browser, but most users flock to Google Chrome in overwhelming numbers. Microsoft is apparently now resigned to...
  • Apple Adds To Its AI And Privacy Portfolio With Silk Labs Acquisition

    Without any fanfare, Apple has gone out and acquired Silk Labs, a machine learning company that provides on-device artificial intelligence for businesses. Apple kept the acquisition quiet, and actually bought the small start-up based in San Mateo, California earlier this year without any fanfare or even a press release. As...
  • Malware Laden Game Apps On Google Play Installed By Half A Million Users

    Malware-laden apps are nothing new for the Google Play store where Android users go to download apps of all sorts. Google has been heavily criticized over the years for not doing enough to prevent malicious apps from being offered to users via the Google Play Store. This year we have...
  • Facebook ads urge its staff to leak secrets

    A campaign group advocating the break-up of Facebook has subverted the social network's advertising tools to tempt its employees into leaking information. Freedom from Facebook says it targeted ads at the technology company's staff, promoting a "safe space" website where they can anonymously submit "whistleblower tips". Facebook declined to comment...
  • Snap Plans Fancier $350 AR-Equipped Spectacles For Launch This Year

    Snap Inc. wants its wearable cameras to be a big deal, and it keeps refining the design to make them more appealing to consumers. So far, the existing Snap Spectacles haven't exactly taken off with respect to sales. Two new Spectacles unveiled in September were essentially the same as the...
  • 'Adult' furry erotica site hacked

    The website of an adult video game featuring sexualised animals has been hacked, with the information of nearly half a million subscribers stolen. Hack monitoring website Have I Been Pwned said the data breach had happened in August. The compromised information, including email addresses, names and order histories, resurfaced on...
  • NetApp and Pure show strong results on flash storage and cloud

    NetApp has recorded strong second-quarter results, with revenues of $1.52bn for the three months to 26 October, an increase of 7% year on year. Meanwhile, Pure Storage’s third-quarter results show revenue of $372.8m, which equates to a remarkable 34% year-on-year rise. But despite its stellar revenues, Pure is still running...
  • Epson WorkForce WF-2860DWF review: Ink-redibly disappointing

    At first glance Epson's WorkForce WF-2860DWF could be the perfect MFP for a home office. It's compact and smart, but also loaded with useful office features such as duplex printing, wired and wireless networking and a 30-page automatic document feeder (ADF). Unlike Epson's highly similar Expression Home XP-5105, there's touchscreen...

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