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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Tech Tent: Apple, Lyft and feel-good tech

    I've got a proposition for you. Would you like to invest in my tech firm? It's never made a profit - oh, and there is the small matter of the $911m (£700m) it lost in 2018. Come back.... Well, that sums up the fortunes of ride-share firm Lyft, a rival...
  • Apple Cancels Vaporware AirPower Wireless Charger For iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods

    It’s not often that we’re witness to vaporware products from Apple, but AirPower definitely fit that category. The wireless accessory – which was supposed to charge an iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch simultaneously -- was first announced alongside the iPhone X way back in September 2017, and was supposed to launch in...
  • T-Mobile Phone BoothE Is April Fool's Trolling Of AT&T's Lambasted 5G E

    T-Mobile has announced something, and it's anyone's guess if it's an elaborate April Fool's prank kicking off a bit early or if it's just a hardcore troll of AT&T's 5G E service. At any rate, it's natural to be dubious of this but the T-Mobile Phone BoothE is also sort of...
  • GeForce GTX 1650 Turing Benchmark Leaks Show It Hanging With Radeon RX 580

    So far, we’ve seen the arrival of two members of the GeForce GTX “Turing” family of graphics cards. The GeForce GTX 1660 Ti was the first to arrive, which was then followed up by the GeForce GTX 1660. The final and least powerful member of the family, the GeForce GTX 1650, has yet to...
  • T-Mobile And Sprint Blockbuster Wireless Merger Faces Potential Roadblock From States

    Federal regulators are big on keeping healthy competition in the wireless marketplace and have in the past blocked mergers of major wireless carriers from happening. Last April, T-Mobile and Sprint announced that they intended to merge with T-Mobile CEO John Legere leading the combined companies. The two carriers claim that when...
  • Russia police probe 'dark net' murder case

    Police in Russia are investigating what could be the world's first documented case of a contract killing ordered via the so-called dark net. High-ranking police investigator Yevgeniya Shishkina was shot dead outside her home near Moscow in October 2018. Five months later, local police announced they had arrested two people...
  • Middle East countries accelerate quantum computing research

    Universities in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have launched quantum computing research groups to cultivate homegrown knowledge of the tech that is set to transform the world. Quantum computing, if practical, would mark a leap forward in computing capability far greater than that from the abacus to a...
  • HP OMEN Obelisk Review: Powerful, Easily Upgradeable Gaming PC

    Purchasing a powerful, good-looking gaming PC used to require a visit to a boutique PC maker or a custom-built system from a local computer shop. There was a time when you couldn’t simply walk into a Future Shop or CompUSA and pick up something roughly equivalent to a DIY gaming...
  • Feign Surprise As Apple's AirPods 2 Spectacularly Fail Teardown Analysis For DIY Repair

    I have never purchased a set of in-ear earphones with the expectation that if something inside those tiny earbuds fail, I'll be able to rip them open and fix the problem. They are just too small for that sort of thing. Nevertheless, in case anyone is wondering, Apple's new AirPods...
  • Researchers Exploit Undocumented Intel VISA Debug Controller To Intercept System Data

    It was just a few weeks ago when we told you about the SPOILER speculative attack that affects Intel processors, and now we’re learning of a new security exploit that takes advantage of the company’s Visualization of Internal Signals Architecture (VISA). The VISA exploit was detailed to the public at a Black...

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