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Monthly Archives: December 2018

  • Microsoft's Chromium-Based Edge Browser Insider Program Is Now Accepting Applications

    There are big changes coming to the Microsoft Edge browser in 2019, namely the abrupt shift from the EdgeHTML rendering engine to Google's Chromium. With that move, Microsoft is also decoupling Edge from the Windows 10 operating system, which means that we can expect more frequent updates for users (with regards...
  • Steam's Winter Sale Kicks Off With Discounts On Over 15,000 Games

    It's the time again; Valve has announced that its Steam Winter Sale has opened today for all. For those looking for some incredible deals on some of the hottest games around, you have from now until the very beginning of 2019 to take advantage of this epic sale. According to...
  • Update: Qualcomm Rocks Apple's Core WIth Court-Ordered iPhone Ban In Germany

    Qualcomm is looking to box Apple in with regards to the ongoing legal battle between the two companies. Earlier this month, Qualcomm won an injunction in China, which should have resulted in an import/sales ban on every iPhone made dating back to the iPhone 6S/iPhone 6S Plus. However, Apple has largely ignored that ruling, saying that...
  • Hackers Use Automated Phishing Attacks To Bypass 2FA Security On Gmail, Yahoo Accounts

    Two-factor authentication (2FA) is usually touted as an effective layer of security for online account. Many people have recently learned the hard way that this method may not be as helpful as it seems. Hackers have targeted nearly 1,000 Google and Yahoo accounts by bypassing two-factor authentication. Amnesty International, a...
  • LG Previews 38-inch UltraGear 144Hz G-Sync 21:9 Gaming Monitor Ahead Of CES 2019 Launch

    LG is planning to introduce a couple of interesting 'UltraGear' monitors at the Consumer Electronics Show next month. One is a 49-inch model (49WL95C) that is intended for productivity, and the other is a 38-inch model (38GL950G) that is designed primarily for gaming, with appropriate bells and whistles like G-Sync...
  • Qualcomm Rocks Apple's Core WIth Court-Ordered iPhone Ban In Germany

    Qualcomm is looking to box Apple in with regards to the ongoing legal battle between the two companies. Earlier this month, Qualcomm won an injunction in China, which should have resulted in an import/sales ban on every iPhone made dating back to the iPhone 6S/iPhone 6S Plus. However, Apple has largely ignored that ruling, saying that...
  • Microsoft Emergency Patch Internet Explorer Zero-Day Exploit

    Microsoft has released an emergency patch to fix a critical vulnerability discovered in Internet Explorer. If left unpatched, an attacker could exploit the security hole to remotely execute malicious code on a victim's PC when visiting a compromised website. Listed as CVE-2018-8653, the flaw affects all supported versions of Windows...
  • NVIDIA Demonstrates GeForce RTX Turing GPU Mesh Shading With Impressive Asteroids Demo

    We already know that NVIDIA's GeForce RTX family of gaming GPUs are beastly performers, and they are also the first-generation of gaming cards that can handle real-time ray tracing. But that's not all that NVIDIA has up its sleeve with respect to its new Turing GPUs. The company is also touting...
  • Tesla Debuts Steering Wheel-Controlled Pole Position Game Easter Egg For Model 3 And Model S

    Call it a sign of the times we live in, but even automobiles contain Easter Eggs, apparently. That's true of Tesla's Model 3, Model S, and Model X electric vehicles, all of which have a hidden game after applying the latest firmware update (9.0.2018.48.12). Fittingly, that game is Pole Position...
  • Overclocked NVIDIA Titan RTX Obliterates 3DMark Fire Strike Benchmark

    Few people are going to plunk down $2,499 for NVIDIA's beastly Titan RTX graphics card if all they want to do is play games, that's a fair statement. Those that do, however, will end up with a very fast card. This is evidenced by some early benchmarks, including a 3DMark...

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