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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Video Game Industry Destroyed Movie Sector In Revenue For 2018

    When it comes to entertainment, many might expect the Hollywood movie industry to take in the most money, but that assumption would be wrong. The latest figures from the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) and The NPD Group show that the video game industry destroyed the movie industry on a revenue...
  • Wireless Carrier Speed And Latency Ranked, You Might Be Surprised Who Wins

    Every major wireless company likes to thump its chest and proclaim it is home to the best network, in terms of speed and coverage, but is there a clear winner? According to the latest USA Mobile Network Experience Report by OpenSignal, Verizon leads the way more often than not, though...
  • GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Turing GPU Rumored For February 15 Launch With Sub $300 MSRP

    Here’s a rather big bombshell that could shake up the graphics market. A new report has alleged pricing for the rumored NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card, and it looks quite appealing. According to sources that have spoken with HardOCP, the GeForce RTX 1660 Ti, which is said to be based on...
  • Vivo Apex 2019 Seamless Phone Gets Official With Snapdragon 855, 12GB RAM And 5G

    Forgot about bezels, notches, so-called 'punch holes', and anything else smartphone makers might come up with to accommodate a front camera while maintaining maximum screen real estate. Vivo took things in a different direction. The Chinese technology company formally introduced its Apex 2019 handset, and it boasts an impressive 98...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 And S10+ Snapdragon 855 Flagships Fully Leaked In These Detailed Photos

    When it comes to Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 family of smartphones, we've hit the jackpot today. In two separate leaks, we're getting looks at both the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ from multiple angles. The first leak comes courtesy of the German blog AllAboutSamsung, which has posted the best images yet of the Galaxy...
  • Apple Hires Former Samsung Exec To Boost Its iPhone Battery Tech

    As is common in the tech industry, Apple has poached a key employee from its main competitor in the mobile space. Specifically, Apple recently hired Soonho Ahn, Samsung's former senior vice president of its battery business (Samsung SDI), to serve as its own global head of battery development. This is...
  • Zotac's New Magnus Mini PC Roars With Hexa-Core Intel CPU And GeForce RTX 2070

    Zotac rarely misses an opportunity to crank out a new mini PC, and so it is no surprise that its newest model, the Magnus EC52070D, pairs an 8th generation Intel Core processor with NVIDIA's newfangled GeForce RTX 2070 based on Turing. The end result is a miniature box that punches...
  • AMD Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 Matisse 12-Core Beast CPU Hits UserBenchmark Database

    Leading up the official unveil of AMD's third-generation Ryzen desktop processors, we were anticipating the arrival of higher-end 12- and 16-core SKUs based on previous leaks. But when CEO Lisa Su took to the stage, she only gave us a sneak peek at an 8-core, 12-thread Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 series processor.  However, Su...
  • BioWare's Anthem Demo Now Preloading, Minimum And Recommended PC Specs Revealed

    There are certainly a lot of gamers out there who have been waiting in anticipation for the demo of the EA and Bioware game Anthem to land. Before the alpha test of the game wrapped up, EA and Bioware fought a leak from a streamer that broke the NDA and...
  • Amazon Scout robots take to pavements in Washington State

    Amazon is experimenting with delivery robots, starting with a little truck called Scout which is taking to the pavements in Washington State. Six of the autonomous electric trucks will deliver parcels "at walking pace" round Snohomish County. The robots will only operate during the day and will be accompanied by...

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