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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Apple Reportedly Slashes iPhone Q1 2019 Production By 10 Percent

    A report out of Taiwan says Apple has slashed production of its newest generation iPhone products this quarter as it deals with softer than expected sales. The report comes just days after Apple CEO Tim Cook lowered the company's revenue guidance, which he attributed in part to "economic weakness" in...
  • CES 2019: 'Award-winning' sex toy for women withdrawn from show

    A sex toy designed for women has been banned from the technology show CES. Lorna DiCarlo said it had been invited to display its robotic Ose vibrator at CES, after winning an innovation award. CES organiser the Consumer Technology Association, which granted the award, said it had included the device...
  • EVGA's Powerful Z390 Dark Enthusiast Motherboard Embraces The Dark Side Of The Force

    EVGA showed off a new motherboard at CES simply called the Z390 Dark. This board was designed with an emphasis on performance and overclocking, and it was recently used by Finland Overclocker Juhani Luumi to set a new 8-core CPU world record on Cinebench. True to its name, the Z390...
  • Intel Optane H10 Delivers Hybrid 3D XPoint And QLC NAND Storage Solution

    Intel has been pushing its Optane memory solutions as speedy supplements to traditional storage, be it a mechanical hard drive or a solid state drive—on supported systems, an Optane memory stick can supercharge the primary storage scheme. That's still a use case scenario, though looking ahead, Intel announced another Optane...
  • Rivet Networks Unwraps Killer E3000 2.5 Gbps Ethernet Controller For Extreme Gamers

    Rivet Networks is adding another "world's first" trophy to its showcase with the launch of the Killer E3000. The company claims that this is the first Ethernet controller capable of delivering 2.5 Gbps data speeds for PCs. The Killer E3000 is primarily aimed at enthusiasts, which is why you will...
  • Zuckerberg plans public tech discussions

    Mark Zuckerberg is to hold a series of public discussions on the subject of technology and its future in society. The Facebook boss plans to tackle issues such as artificial intelligence (AI) and jobs, free speech on the net and the growth of online communities. He said he would talk...
  • Qualcomm Unveils Third-Gen Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit And Alexa Integration

    At CES 2019, Qualcomm is showing off some of its in-vehicle prowess with the unveiling of multi-tiered third-generation Snapdragon Automotive Cockpit platforms that include Performance, Premiere, and Paramount classes. Those classes represent entry-level, mid-tier, and supercomputing platforms respectively. Qualcomm says that its new platform is designed with a modular architecture...
  • The complete convertible laptop

    The HP Elitebook x360 is the ideal device for any environment, seamlessly switching into laptop or tablet mode Modern business has changed fundamentally compared to what it was ten or twenty years ago. Looking at any company will tell you that. Flexible working isn’t just an emerging trend - for...
  • CES 2019: Can breath-sniffing gadgets improve your diet?

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Two gadgets that analyse the gases in people's breath in an effort to reveal how they should improve their diet are being showcased at the CES tech show in Las Vegas. Lumen and FoodMarble are both pocket-sized devices that users blow into. They...
  • Toshiba Cranks Out BG4 NVMe SSDs With 96-Layer 3D NAND, Doubles Capacity To 1TB

    Toshiba today rolled out its latest family of NVMe SSDs that will be used by OEMs later this year. The new BG4, as its name implies, is a 4th generation, single-chip ball grid array (BGA) SSD that brings some pretty impressive performance gains over its BG3 predecessor. For starters, the BG4 uses...

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