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Monthly Archives: February 2019

  • Samsung Galaxy Fold Billed As Luxury Phone Offering With Limited Supply At Launch

    Samsung made quite a splash during its Unpacked event last week. The company announced its line of Galaxy S10 phones, including the Galaxy S10+ that boasts up to 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, and also lifted the wraps on its foldable Galaxy Fold handset. That latter one pushes...
  • Intel Details Lakefield SoC With 10nm Sunny Cove CPU, Gen 11 Graphics, Foveros 3D Packaging

    Intel is providing a sneak peek (in rendered form) of its upcoming Lakefield processor family, which is based off its new Foveros three-dimensional stacked packaging technology that it detailed during its Architecture Day in Los Altos last December. While fine grain details are still under lock and key, a short...
  • Samsung's Blazing Fast 512GB eUFS 3.0 Flash Chips Enter Production For Flagship Phones

    The smartphone world never stops spinning, and the next generation of handsets will boast more storage and much faster access to that storage than current devices. We know this because Samsung has started mass product what it claims is the industry's first 512-gigabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 3.0 for...
  • Spotify Launches In India With Its Lowest Pricing Ever

    The Indian market is one of the fastest growing markets for smartphones, internet users, and other electronic devices. The challenge for device makers and services is that the country is extremely price conscious as many in the nation have lower incomes. A low cost strategy is in part why budget...
  • USB naming scheme becomes even more confusing after latest rebrand

    The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has rebranded older USB standards to differing versions of ' USB 3.2' ahead of this latest iteration's release in 2019, although some believe the new naming scheme is overly confusing. The upcoming 20 Gb/s USB 3.2 connection, which offers twice the speeds of the previous...
  • MWC 2019: Vodafone powers 5G with VMware

    Mobile operator Vodafone is expanding its use of VMware cloud infrastructure services to power its networks around the world as it prepares to launch live 5G services in multiple countries in the coming months. The operator has already been relying on VMware for some time as a primary strategic partner...
  • SME backup products offer diverse routes to the cloud

    Computer Weekly recently surveyed the main backup software providers and those that supply a new breed of backup appliances, all built for the cloud era as a target. Here we look at the rest – all small and medium-sized enterprise (SME)/mid-market products – and find a mixed set of suppliers...
  • HP computer stranded in space

    Two HP servers sent up to the International Space Station in August 2017 as an experiment have still not come back to Earth, three months after their intended return. Together, they make up the Spaceborne Computer, which operates on the open-source Linux system and has supercomputer processing power. They were...
  • Proposed California Privacy Bill Seeks To Silence Alexa And Google Assistant Eavesdropping

    Smart speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home are growing rapidly in popularity -- especially in the United States -- as more people are using them for everyday inquiries ranging from turning on/off lights, starting complicated smart routines, to getting traffic and weather updates, to playing back some upbeat tunes while...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 And GTX 1650 Prices And Launch Dates Reportedly Leaked

    The GeForce GTX 1660 Ti was one of the worst kept secrets in the tech industry, as specs and retail card leaks kept leaking on a continual basis. Last week, we were finally able to get a true glimpse of what this "budget" card can do and it dominates the Pascal-based GeForce...

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