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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Christchurch shootings: Social sites struggle to contain attack video

    Facebook says it has deleted more than 1.5 million copies of the video of the mosque attacks in New Zealand in the first day after the incident. In a tweet, it said that 1.2 million of those copies were blocked while they were being uploaded. Fifty people died and dozens...
  • MPs call for tax on social media companies

    A group of MPs is calling for a tax on social media companies' profits, saying the firms are operating in "an online wild west". Its report, which follows a year-long inquiry into the health impact of social media, says the industry should do more to protect children and young people...
  • NVIDIA's Next-Gen 7nm Ampere HPC GPU Rumored For GTC 2019 Unveil

    We’ve been witnessing the maturing of NVIDIA’s Turing family of professional and gaming graphics cards (which now blanket just about every price point possible from the entry-level to the very high-end), and now we’re beginning to hear a little about the company’s next-generation GPU. In this case, we’re talking about Ampere, which...
  • FCC Grants Licenses For Terahertz Wireless Data Transfer Trials

    5G technology has not yet arrived to all consumers, but it may already be a thing of the past. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted to grant experimental licenses to test frequencies between 95 GHz and 3 THz. The FCC hopes that these licenses will keep the United States...
  • Vectordash Looks To Monetize Mothballed Cryptomining Rigs For Game Streaming Service

    It wasn't too long ago that the world seemed to have gone crazy mining for cryptocurrency. Crypto miners were gobbling up all the GPUs to the point where gamers were unable to get their hands on a graphics card unless they paid insanely prices for them. All of that time and...
  • AMD Radeon RX 590 And RX Vega 56 Pricing Slashed To Battle NVIDIA Mainstream Turing

    As it pertains to graphics cards, quite a bit has changed over the past year or so. Had you been in the market for a GPU around this time last year, you would have been staring at inflated price tags for practically every mid-range and high-end option on the market...
  • Your Samsung Galaxy S10 May Be Waking Unexpectedly Due To This Display Bug

    Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S10 family of devices last month. Anticipation for the smartphones was high, and when preorders launched the device set records in the U.S. Now that the smartphone has been in the hands of users for a bit, an issue has surfaced that is annoying some owners. Reports...
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch Active BP Monitoring Tom Foolery Leaves Users Outraged

    Samsung pulled the wraps off its new wearables offering back on February 20, and among the devices was the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active. This device was touted by Samsung as the first wearable to support blood pressure monitoring on your wrist. Health features have become a big selling point for...
  • Latest Windows 10 April 2019 Insider Preview Brings Gaming And Installer Improvements

    The release of Windows 10 19H1 (April 2019 Update) is just around the corner, but Microsoft is still working on a few tweaks. The software giant just released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18358 (19H1) to members of the Fast Ring. The preview build includes gaming improvements, installer updates, and Windows...
  • Crytek Neon Noir Demo Shows Ray Tracing On Radeon RX Vega 56, No RTX Needed

    The holy grail of graphics rendering is real-time ray tracing, and there are industry-wide efforts to make that a reality. Real-time ray tracing is computationally demanding, though, which is why today's solutions only ray trace parts of a scene, and not the entire thing. This also requires specialized hardware, or...

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