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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Pinkertons Threaten Rockstar With Legal Action Over Portrayal In Red Dead Redemption 2

    Red Dead Redemption 2 is widely regarded as a fairly accurate representation of the southwestern United States in the late nineteenth century. However, one group is not pleased with Rockstar’s depiction of the wild wild west. The Pinkerton Incorporation is suing Rockstar Games and its parent company, Take-Two. The Pinkertons...
  • Huawei Founder Professes Love For China, Insists Company Is Not A Government Spy

    Time and again, United States government officials and agencies have warned that Huawei and other Chinese telecommunication companies pose a security threat, due to spying concerns. Huawei has repeatedly denied being in bed with China's government, so to speak. Its founder recently doubled down on the company's denial that it's...
  • Microsoft Reportedly Prepping Windows 10 For Influx Of PCs With Folding Displays

    Could Microsoft be preparing for an influx of mobile devices with dual or folding displays running Windows 10? That appears to be the case according to a new report issued Tuesday morning.  According to sources within Microsoft that spoke with The Verge, the company is committing a lot of resources not only into...
  • Crazy Or Plausible? Intel Rumored To Consider AMD Acquisition

    The two chip makers are obviously rivals, and once Intel releases its first modern discrete GPU in 2020, competition between the two companies will kick up a notch. What could make things even more interesting, though, is if Intel somehow manages to acquire AMD by then. Wait, what!? EETimes says...
  • Driverless car laser ruined camera

    A man who took a photograph of a driverless car on display at the CES tech fair says his camera was damaged as a result. Jit Ray Chowdhury noticed purple spots on all his photographs after taking a photo of a lidar laser scanning system displayed by San Francisco firm...
  • NVIDIA Launches GeForce Game Ready 417.71 WHQL Drivers Supporting AMD FreeSync Monitors

    Earlier this month at CES, NVIDIA announced new hardware including mobile versions of the GeForce RTX family and the desktop-oriented GeForce RTX 2060. Although it didn't garner nearly as much attention, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang announced that GeForce graphics cards would soon support non-G-SYNC, adaptive sync monitors. Up until this point, GeForce...
  • Intel Core i9-9990XE Basin Falls CPU Rumored With 14 Cores And 5GHz Boost Clock

    Intel is rumored to be releasing another Core i9 Extreme processor, though the new SKU, if it does in fact exist, is a bit of an oddity. For one thing, the upcoming Core i9-9990XE will not be sold through retail channels, and will instead only be made available to system...
  • Apple Replaced 11 Million iPhone Batteries In 2018 Contributing To Stunning Earnings Shortfall

    Earlier this month, Apple issued its first revenue guidance revision in over a decade in part due to soft iPhone sales. Apple placed most of the blame on weakness in the great China area, which was compounded by the country's trade war with the United States. But China isn't the only reason...
  • Get The TCL 65-inch 4K Roku Smart TV For $400 Off In Time For The Big Game

    Black Friday isn't the only time you can get some outstanding deals on big screen TVs. Each year the build-up to the biggest NFL game of the year brings with it some very good deals on big TVs, and this year is no different. Amazon has big discounts on various...
  • Nottingham Building Society boosts storage and saves power with Nexsan deployment

    Nottingham Building Society has retired an ageing IBM storage array and upgraded to Nexsan storage area network (SAN) hardware with around 20 times the capacity. The move has allowed it to free up many staff hours previously dedicated to troubleshooting storage and host failures, with storage that occupies half the...

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