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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Alleged AMD Radeon VII 3DMark Benchmark Performance Leaked Ahead Of February 7 Launch

    AMD recently unveiled its Radeon VII graphics card, which for the first time introduces a 7-nanometer GPU processor to the consumer gaming market (as opposed to the 7nm Radeon Instinct MI60, which is a workstation accelerator for deep learning workloads). We are all eager to find out how the card...
  • ASRock X570 Motherboards Spied For AMD Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 Matisse CPUs

    Back at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su held up an early sample of a Ryzen 3000 series processor based on AMD's Zen 2 (Matisse) CPU architecture. It will still be several months until Zen 2 chips start shipping to consumers, though in the...
  • Fortnite v7.30 Update Adds Bluetooth Controller Support For Mobile Devices And More

    Epic Games just pushed out the v7.30 update for its hugely popular Fortnite battle royale game, which brings with it a number of changes, new weapons, bugfixes and performance improvements. However, the most important update is for mobile users, and that comes in the form of official support for Bluetooth...
  • Yahoo data breach payout blocked by judge

    A judge has rejected Yahoo's attempt to draw a line under a series of breaches it experienced between 2013 and 2016. The firm had proposed a payout to lawyers acting on behalf of affected US and Israeli users. But while the deal said the attorneys could claim up to $37.5m...
  • US DOJ Files Criminal Charges Against Huawei For Trade Secret Theft, Bank Fraud, Obstruction Of Justice

    The US Justice Department has filed a series of indictments against Huawei, China's largest telecommunications company, and its US affiliate. Huawei stands accused of several crimes, including a conspiracy to steal trade secrets from T-Mobile, more than half dozen counts of wire fraud, and obstruction of justice. US security and...
  • Serious iPhone FaceTime Bug Freaks Users Out Allowing Eavesdropping Pre-Call

    One of the features that many Apple users were looking forward to with the iOS 12 update that landed in 2018 was the Group FaceTime feature that allowed multiple users to chat and see each other at the same time. A severe bug in group FaceTime has been discovered, and...
  • Facebook's popularity dips with UK children, says Ofcom

    Facebook's popularity among children fell during 2018, according to the media regulator Ofcom. It has published its annual report looking at the types of services and devices children in the UK are using. Its report suggests 72% of 12- to 15-year-olds with a social media account use Facebook, down from...
  • Huawei denies wrongdoing after US criminal charges

    Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has denied any wrongdoing after US prosecutors filed a host of criminal charges against the firm. Huawei has also rejected criminal claims against its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada last month. The charges filed against Huawei in the US include bank...
  • US files charges against China's Huawei and CFO Meng Wanzhou

    The US Justice Department has filed a host of criminal charges against Chinese telecoms giant Huawei and its chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou. Among the charges are accusations of bank and wire fraud, obstruction of justice and theft of technology from US company T Mobile. Ms Meng was arrested in...
  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Launches With Faster Quad-Core Chip And $25 Starting Price

    We’ve got some great news today for those who are fans of Raspberry Pi devices. The company has announced the availability of its new Compute Module 3+.  Like the previous members of its Compute Module family, this newest iteration is intended for industrial use and will plug in to a Compute...

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