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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Apple AR Glasses Expected In 2020 As An iPhone-Dependent Accessory

    Is Apple working on an augmented reality (AR) device? Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently reported that consumers should expect AR glasses from Apple sometime next year. The device will supposedly be marketed as an iPhone accessory. Apple’s AR glasses will serve primarily as an iPhone display while the actual computing...
  • Alleged OnePlus 7 Specs Highlight Snapdragon 855 And Massive 4000 mAh Battery

    It’s getting close to the time when OnePlus announces its first Android flagship for 2019. The company’s follow-up to the OnePlus 6T is likely to be called the OnePlus 7, and we’ve already captured some pretty detailed speculative renders of the device. Now we’re getting an idea of what kind of specs...
  • Windows 10 Hits 800 Million Installations Becoming Fastest Growing Version Ever

    By Microsoft's own accounting, it is adding more than 100 million Windows 10 devices to the fold per year en route to that elusive (so far) goal of hitting 1 billion devices. The number now stands at 800 million, and while that is still 200 million short of where Microsoft...
  • Microsoft Surface Book 2 SKU Rumored Quad-Core Kaby Lake-R Upgrade

    The Surface Book 2 is not a cheap laptop, with the least expensive 13.5-inch model checking in at $1,149. That configuration is built around an Intel Core i5-7300U processor, which is only a dual-core chip that is now a couple of generations old (Kaby Lake). However, rumor has it that...
  • Enterprise and midrange SAN survey 2019: Dell and HPE

    All-flash storage is the mainstream now when it comes to enterprise and midrange storage arrays. All the big five storage array makers – Dell EMC, HPE, Hitachi, IBM and NetApp – key array products are primarily offered as all-flash, although hybrid flash with spinning disk and even all-HDD are options...
  • Valve Axes 13 Employees Primarily Affecting Its VR Division

    Activision Blizzard recently announced that it would be laying off 800 workers, even though it had generated a near record in quarterly revenue. The company noted that despite the big revenue for the quarter, it hadn't lived up to its potential. Another company in the gaming segment has announced layoffs...
  • Security holes found in big brand car alarms

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Security flaws in three specialist car alarms have left vehicles vulnerable to being stolen or hijacked, say researchers. The bugs were found in alarm apps by Clifford, Viper, and Pandora. The alarms are on three million vehicles. The security researchers exploited the bugs...
  • How to hijack a car via its smart alarm

    Security researchers show how to take control of a car via bugs in their smart alarm systems. Go to Source
  • Apple Hiring 1200 Employees In Qualcomm’s Backyard To Further 5G Modem Development

    The days of Apple relying on Intel modems may be coming to an end sooner rather than later. Right now, Apple’s marriage to Intel with regards to 4G LTE modems is one of convenience. Apple is involved in a drawn-out legal battle with Qualcomm over modem licensing fees and would prefer to not to...
  • BioWare Identities Anthem PS4 Crashing Cause, Fix Coming Next Week

    EA and BioWare have had a rough few weeks. Reports were running rampant that the major new IP, Anthem, had severe issues that were causing PS4 game consoles to crash with some claims that these crashes had bricked the console. Earlier this week, a report surfaced that Anthem was also...

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