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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Huawei P30 And P30 Pro Leaks Continue With A Slew Of Official Press Photos

    Huawei plans to announce their next generation of smartphones at an event next week, but leaks have been pouring onto the Internet. Earlier this week, Amazon accidentally posted a listing that revealed the pricing and release date of the Huawei P30 Pro. Most recently, images have been leaked that reveal...
  • ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro SSD Review: Strong Performance, Aggressive Price

    When we evaluated the original ADATA XPG SX8200 SSD last year, we found the drive to be a solid value that offered good performance for the money. So, when ADATA mentioned that it had an updated version of the XPG SX8200 available for review that should perform even better, we...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Rumored For April 5th Launch

    Samsung pulled the wraps off its Galaxy S10 family of smartphones in late February, and the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ went on sale earlier this month. One member of the family that hasn’t yet launched, however, is the Galaxy S10 5G. We’re now learning that this smartphone is...
  • EU Slaps Google With $1.7 Billion Fine For AdSense Antitrust Violations

    The European Commission is hardly afraid to hand out hefty fines to tech firms, as Google knows as well as any company. In case Google was in need of a reminder, though, European Union regulators smacked the company with a fine of 1.49 billion euros, which is nearly $1.7 billion...
  • T-Mobile Home Internet Pilot Opens: 50Mbps Over LTE, No Data Caps, $50/Month

    T-Mobile is doing everything in its power to ensure that its merger with Sprint passes muster with the U.S. government. The company has already announced that the two combined companies would be able to accelerate 5G network rollouts and has committed to not raise prices for three years and to...
  • Alleged Intel Gen 11 GPU Benchmarks Leak Showing Major 2X Performance Boost

    We are obviously anxious to see what Intel unveils in 2020, which is when it plans to launch its first modern discrete GPU. In the more immediate future, though, Intel's Gen 11 graphics are coming, complementing the company's recently announced Sunny Cove CPU platform. In the lead up to Sunny...
  • NVIDIA Launches New Creators Ready Drivers For Adobe Lightroom, Autodesk Arnold And More

    NVIDIA has launched a new set of graphics drivers aimed specifically at creators who use programs like Adobe Photoshop and Blender Cycles. Appropriately called "Creator Ready" drivers, these will exist alongside NVIDIA's "Game Ready" driver packages that are optimized for gaming and often tuned for the latest game releases. Similar...
  • Microsoft’s Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Reportedly Set For May 7th Global Launch

    Earlier this month, we first received word that Microsoft is working on a cheaper, disc-less version of the Xbox One S. Not only would this console allow Microsoft to hit a lower price point, making it a more attractive entry for gamers looking for a hot deal, but it also acknowledges...
  • Amazon S3 storage 101: Object storage in the cloud

    For many years, the dominant protocols to access shared storage have been block and file. Block-based access provides the ability, as the name suggests, to update individual blocks of data on a LUN or volume, with granularity as low as 512 bytes. File-based protocols access data at the file level...
  • Christchurch shootings: 'Bad actors' helped attack videos spread online

    Facebook has shared more details of the efforts it made to remove videos of the Christchurch attacks. Fifty people died and dozens more were injured by the twin shootings at two mosques on 15 March. No reports about the graphic content in the live stream were made until 12 minutes...

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