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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Windows 10 Build 18290 Brings Fluent Design Along With Search And Cortana Enhancements

    Slowly but surely, Windows 10 is getting a fresh coat of paint, one piece at a time. These changes to the look and feel of Windows is what's known as Microsoft's Fluent Design language (previously called Project Neon), a long-term project to alter the way certain parts of Windows 10...
  • UL Benchmarks To Preview 3DMark Port Royal DirectX Raytracing Benchmark Next Month

    UL Benchmarks' 3DMark is adding real-time ray tracing support to its suite of benchmarks thanks to support for the DirectX Raytracing API. The new test is called 3DMark Port Royal and will support any graphics card that is compatible with DirectX Raytracing. UL Benchmarks says that it worked with some of...
  • Virtual Instruments aims to be “the brain of the datacentre”

    Virtual instruments wants to be “the brain of the datacentre”, bringing together the ability to monitor storage, compute, networks and applications through artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) so that storage performance issues can be spotted as they happen, if not before. The company’s long-term vision is that IT staff...
  • Apple Says iPhone XR Is Its Best-Selling Phone To Squash Reports Of Slow Sales

    There have been numerous reports of lower-than-expected iPhone sales since the launch of the latest models, and it's even been said that Apple recently cut its iPhone XR orders with suppliers amid tepid demand. Is that really the case, though? According to Apple, everything is fine and dandy, and the...
  • Amazon Alexa-Enabled Big Mouth Billy Bass Says Take Me To The River!

    All that is old is new again. Big Mouth Billy Bass, an animatronic largemouth bass, is now compatible with Amazon’s Alexa. The late 1990’s classic singing animatronic can mow be paired with any Alexa-enabled device. According to Steve Harris, vice president of product development at Gemmy Industries, “This is not...
  • Asus ZenBook S review: S is for Style, not for Substance

    The Asus ZenBook S may earn you some odd looks at your local co-working space or Starbucks - it's using the same slightly unusual hinge design as the AsusPro B9440U, which elevates the keyboard when you open the lid. It may be a little odd, but the AsusPro was one...
  • Nubia Red Magic Mars Gaming Phone Revealed With Snapdragon 845, 10GB RAM, Shoulder Buttons

    Smartphone makers are starting to crank out purpose-built gaming phones, and the latest to join the fray is Nubia, a sub-brand of ZTE, one of China's leading telecom equipment manufacturers. Nubia's new Red Magic Mars is a high-end handset powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and up to 10GB...
  • Qualcomm CEO Mollenkopf 'On The Doorstep' Of Ending Bitter Legal War With Apple

    Is the long-running legal feud between Qualcomm and Apple coming to an end? It just might be according to recent comments by Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf. The two companies have been duking it out in court for well over a year concerning LTE modem licensing fees and patents relating to mobile devices, and neither...
  • Nintendo Says Switch Sales Broke New Records During Black Friday Shopping Bonanza

    When Black Friday rolls around, and shoppers grab for their wallets, tech gear is often one of the most sought-after product categories overall. This year Nintendo racked up massive Black Friday sales, even though the Switch hasn't had near the number of new high-profile games land this year as competing...
  • Facebook's UK political ad rules kick in

    Facebook has started to enforce its tighter political advertising rules in the UK. The new rules were supposed to take effect on 7 November, but were delayed when journalists and researchers exposed flaws in the new system. Anybody placing political ads on Facebook must now verify their identity and location...

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