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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Undeterred By Soft iPhone Sales, Apple Might Launch Three More Models In 2019

    Apple recently admitted that it hasn't been selling its latest generation iPhone models at the clip it expected, and it was also reported that the company told its iPhone suppliers to cut back production. Even so, the company is forging ahead with new models. For 2019, the company may release...
  • Amazon Reportedly Developing Game Streaming Service To Rival Microsoft And Google

    An increasing number of companies are trying their hand at game streaming services, which remains a niche sector but could one day be huge. Sometime soon, we may be able to count Amazon among them. That's because the world's largest online retailer is reportedly developing a game streaming service to...
  • Bungie Announces Divorce From Activision Blizzard, Keeps Destiny Franchise

    We don't know if it was bound to happen, but it did—publisher Activision Blizzard and developer Bungie have split up. Perhaps it was...destiny? Or more precisely, the Destiny franchise, which Bungie will assume complete creative control and publishing rights, Activision Blizzard and Bungie announced in a joint statement. "Going forward...
  • Next-Gen Radeon GPU With Ray Tracing Support Deep In Development Says AMD CEO Su

    AMD this week launched the first consumer graphics card for gaming to feature a GPU built on a 7-nanometer manufacturing process, and in doing so it may have achieved performance parity with NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080. That parity will likely go out the window when enabling real-time ray tracing, a...
  • Ring Employees Had Full Access To Customers' Camera Live Video Streams Claims Report

    Owners of Ring security cameras have reason to feel violated according to a new report. While most thought that the cameras were able to detect what was going on inside and around their homes using automated computer vision technologies, there may have been an entire team of humans watching the footage...
  • CES 2019: 'I feel my sanity draining away'

    CES - a tech trade show where the exhibit hall spans 2.7 million sq ft (250,000 sq m) - can leave attendees either enthralled or burned out. With more than 160,000 techies, journalists and businesspeople in attendance, there was plenty of chatter on social media. For those who spent significant...
  • Facebook employs UK fact-checkers to combat fake news

    Facebook has employed a UK fact-checking service to help it deal with the spread of fake news. Full Fact, a charity founded in 2010, will review stories, images and videos and rate them based on accuracy. It said that it will focus on misinformation that could damage people's health or...
  • CyberPowerPC's Burly Core i9 And GeForce RTX Powered Gaming PCs Bust Out At CES 2019

    We've seen a lot of Hot Hardware this week at CES 2019, including a few desktop and notebook systems from CyberPowerPC. We have the feeling that the company is really into Thor and Asgardians in general, because the first system that we bumped up against was the Ragnarok. The Ragnarok features a...
  • WatchGuard AP325 review: Perfect networking for SMBs

    WatchGuard's AP325 targets SMBs that want an affordable combination of Wave 2 wireless performance, tight security and remote management choices. It can't be used as a standalone AP and is managed via WatchGuard's Firebox security appliances or its Wi-Fi Cloud service. A standout feature is WatchGuard's WIPS (wireless intrusion prevention...
  • Storage 101: Structured data and its storage needs

    Structured data is a small and declining percentage of business information. But it is critically important for almost all organisations. Structured data volumes are growing more slowly than stores of unstructured and semi-structured information. Research firm IDC says unstructured data is growing at 29.8% year-on-year, against 19.6% for structured data...

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