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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Intel Ready To Talk GPUs, Get In On The Conversation Here

    Intel has been uncharacteristically vocal about its most recent plan to enter the discrete GPU market. Over the last year or so, the company has disclosed some tantalizing information and made a few high-profile hires, in its bid to build-up and flesh-out a plan that was first set in motion...
  • How To Sign-In To Your Microsoft Account Without A Cumbersome Password

    If you make heavy use of Microsoft services which require you to login multiple times with a cumbersome password, things are about to get a lot easier. Microsoft has announced that it is not only supporting Windows Hello (via its Edge browser) for logins, but also security keys that use FIDO2...
  • NVIDIA Deals Free Battlefield V For GeForce RTX Buyers To Showcase Ray Tracing Goodness

    Battlefield V is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2018 and its wide release occurred today. While the game will cost you $59.99 if you purchase it right now, NVIDIA is offering up a deal that is just too good to pass up if you're in the market for...
  • G.SKill Launches Trident Z Royal RGB DDR4 Memory With Speeds Up To 4,600MHz

    G.Skill announced that its new Trident Z Royal is officially ready to come out into the world and dazzle us all. The RAM doesn't just have a unique appearance though; it also boasts some of the highest clock speeds we have seen on DDR4 memory to date. G.Skill decorated its...
  • Celebrate Half-Life's 20th Birthday With This New Trailer For Black Mesa: Xen

    Time seems to fly right on by sometimes, especially when reminiscing about classic video games that don't seem all that far in the rear view mirror. So it goes with Half-Life. Developed by Valve, it's now been two decades since publisher Sierra Studios released the game for PC (it was...
  • LG XBOOM AI ThinkQ WK9 Google Assistant Smart Display Launches With $100 Black Friday Discount

    The market for smart speakers is growing at a steady clip, and also evolving—some of the latest versions have a built-in screen, like LG's Smart Display. We had a chance to review that particular model this past summer and were impressed with its excellent audio quality and Google Assistant integration...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 'Beyond X' 10th Anniversary Phone Could Sport 6.7-inch Display, 6 Cameras

    It looks as though Samsung is going all-out for the tenth anniversary of its flagship Galaxy S family. According to a fresh report out today, there will be no less than four versions of the upcoming Galaxy S10. There will reportedly be a phone codenamed Beyond 0, which will serve...
  • How VPNs Are Unlocking Content On Netflix

    Netflix is a textbook example of a company pivoting to stay relevant with a changing landscape. At one time solely a DVD-by-mail subscription service, Netflix is now much more popular in the streaming video space, and had even spun off its DVD-by-mail business into Qwikster. It operates in more than...
  • T-Mobile Demos 5G Data Transmissions With Long-Range 600MHz Spectrum

    T-Mobile is once again thumping its chest over its accomplishments with the push towards a 5G wireless future. Today, the company announced that it has completed the world's first 5G transmission test using low-frequency 600MHz spectrum -- and of course, the company took the time to needle its competitors in...
  • A deep-dive into AMD's Zen 2 architecture and next-gen EPYC chips

    AMD announced its next-generation data centre processor, dubbed Rome, at a special event last week. We've been digging behind the headlines to see both what it means for the data centre and how it might influence AMD's next-generation Zen-based processors. What do we know? AMD has revealed quite a lot...

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