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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Adobe Pulling Plug On Unloved Shockwave Player On April 9

    Adobe doesn't have the best of histories when it comes to software like Flash and Shockwave. Both have been leveraged by nefarious types to take advantage of computer users over the years. Flash is such a risk that Firefox 69 disables it by default. Adobe has announced that Flash will...
  • Next-Gen Surface Pro's Fancy Kickstand Hinges Spied In Microsoft Patent Application

    While we are likely a while away from a true replacement for the replacement for the Surface Pro 6, a patent application has surfaced that hints at one of the features of the next-gen device. The patent application describes fancy new hinges for the critical integrated kickstand that props the tablet portion of the device...
  • Box Users Are Unwittingly Exposing Hundreds Of Thousands Of Documents From Over 90 Companies

    As has been warned in the past, if your company uses Box to share files and is employing a custom domain, you might be exposing confidential data. That is not because of a bug or vulnerability in Box. Instead, it's due to improperly configured settings that could allow a snoop...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Outperforms S10e And S10+ In SquareTrade Drop Tests

    How resilient is your brand new Samsung Galaxy S10 to the rigors of daily use? SquareTrade recently conducted a drop “test” and noted that Samsung’s three new Galaxy S10 devices are all susceptible to cracking. Interestingly, SquareTrade concluded that Galaxy S10 performed better than the S10e and S10+. SquareTrade dropped...
  • Samsung's Galaxy Fold 2 Might Adopt Huawei Mate X-Style Folding Display

    Samsung may have been the first mainstream smartphone company to unveil a production folding smartphone, but Huawei arguably stole the limelight with its more elegant Mate X. While the Galaxy Fold has a display that folds inward (which admittedly adds additional protection) and has a smaller secondary display on the outside, the Mate...
  • AMD Radeon RX 7nm Navi GPU Benchmarks Allegedly Leaked, 20 CUs And 1280 SPs

    What an interesting year it is turning out to be for graphics. We have Intel doubling down on its ambitious plans to rock the discrete GPU market with invitations to join company on its "Odyssey," NVIDIA is pushing both RTX-enabled and non-RTX variants of Turing, and AMD is headed towards...
  • Intel Announces Compute Express Link High Speed Chip Interconnect For Data Centers

    Earlier this morning, we reported that NVIDIA snapped up Israeli chip firm Mellanox for $6.9 billion in an effort to bolster its pursuits in the high-performance computing market. For those not in the know, Mellanox specializes in high-performance data interconnects -- namely InfiniBand -- which is used in most of today's supercomputers...
  • NVIDIA Acquires Mellanox In Big $6.9B Data Center Power Play

    Graphics specialist NVIDIA on Monday announced it is acquiring Mellanox, a maker of high performance computing (HPC) chips, for $125 per share in cash. That values the deal at around $6.9 billion, making this NVIDIA's biggest transaction since it was founded two and a half decades ago. Mellanox is a...
  • US seeks to allay fears over killer robots

    Humans will always make the final decision on whether armed robots can shoot, the US Department of Defense has said. The statement comes as plans emerge for gun platforms that can choose their own targets on the battlefield. The plans seek to upgrade existing aiming systems, using developments in machine...
  • First Android Q Developer Beta Rumored To Launch Today

    The next version of Google's massively popular mobile operating system is expected to be called Android Q, and we've already seen plenty of leaks regarding the features we can expect to see when the OS lands. One of the big rumors is that Android Q will eliminate the back button...

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