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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • AMD Meets Q4 Earnings Expectations With Strong Ryzen And EPYC Sales Sending Shares Higher

    AMD's Q4 earnings have been highly anticipated, especially after its rival in the graphics arena -- NVIDIA -- yesterday revised its revenue guidance downward by $500 million, sending its shares plunging. Luckily for AMD, it was mostly good news for the company today. AMD recorded Q4 2018 GAAP revenue of $1.42 billion...
  • Apple iPhone sales in 'disappointing' fall

    Sales of the Apple iPhone have fallen hitting the tech giant's financial performance. The firm's revenue fell 5% from a year ago to about $84.3bn (£64.5bn) in the most recent quarter, with iPhone sales down 15% to about $52bn. The stumble had been expected after the tech giant warned investors...
  • Samsung Acquires Israeli Firm Corephotonics And Its Camera Zoom Tech

    The smartphone market is hurting right now with fewer and fewer people upgrading their devices each year as changes tend to be minimal. Smartphone makers are more likely to get users to upgrade if they have a key differentiating features, and much of the Android market sets itself apart with...
  • Intel Design Patent Outlines Sleek Tri-Fold Smartphone Concept

    A new patent uncovered by LetsGoDigital has given us our first look at an experimental smartphone designed by Intel that will have a folding display. This design, which will likely be followed by many similar designs from other major developers in the mobile world, essentially gives you the advantage of...
  • ASRock Posts Product Page For Phantom Gaming X AMD Radeon VII 16GB Graphics Card

    ASRock has made the product page for its new AMD Radeon VII-based graphics cards available a week after the card first leaked onto the internet. The Phantom Gaming X Radeon VII 16GB graphics card has a silver heatsink with triple fans to keep things cool, and the backplate is made from...
  • Kingdom Hearts 3 game released 'without an ending'

    Highly anticipated game Kingdom Hearts 3 has been launched with a twist - the ending comes separately. The move was made to prevent spoilers from leaked versions of the long-awaited sequel. Excerpts of the game, which allows users to fight alongside Disney characters, have already been leaked online. Once installed...
  • Grab Some Pepto, Razer Blade Stealth And Accessories Get Dipped In Pink

    Razer is rolling out a new limited edition gaming laptop and complementing accessories for those that don't mind being tickled pink. Witness the new Razer Blade Stealth Quartz Pink, which is based on the company's standard Blade Stealth gaming laptop (which was given a hardware refresh back in early December). The...
  • Dell Precision 3430 review: An affordable, space-saving workhorse

    The Precision 3430 is Dell's latest small form factor workstation. This is a system for those times when you need workstation power, but you don't have the desk space. Alternatively, you might need something discrete for a demonstration space, or frequently move your systems around and notebooks are too weedy...
  • Eerily Accurate Madden NFL Super Bowl AI Simulation Predicts Rams Over Patriots In Super Bowl Thriller

    In Super Bowl XXXVI, a young quarterback named Tom Brady led the New England Patriots over a seemingly improbable victory over the St. Louis Rams, an opponent that was otherwise known at the time as 'The Greatest Show on Turf'. Now 17 years, the Rams, having since relocated to Los...
  • Apple Was Alerted To iPhone FaceTime Bug At Least A Week Ago #Facepalm

    Earlier today we reported on a rather nasty Group FaceTime bug that had the potential to affect every iPhone user running iOS 12.1.2 or higher. In a nutshell, the bug allowed anyone to place a FaceTime call to another person, tap on the “Add Person” button, after which you would add your own phone. Once these...

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