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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • NVIDIA's Alleged Project RON Holographic AI Assistant Leaked

    A sneaky photographer managed to snap a shot of a slide on an apparent NVIDIA employee's laptop that points to "Project RON," which looks to be some kind play in the digital assistant space. Nothing has been announced, of course, but if Project RON is real, it may indicate that...
  • Gearbox Announces Borderlands 3, Watch The Official Reveal Trailer Here

    As was anticipated following a recent teaser trailer, Gearbox Software confirmed at PAX East that Borderlands 3 is coming. The developer also posted a new trailer on YouTube, and rather than a vague teaser, we get to see the dystopian setting in cartoon garb, as we have become accustomed to...
  • Huawei Mocks US Government’s ‘Loser Attitude’ And Challenges American Tech Prowess

    Chinese tech giant Huawei and the U.S. government aren’t exactly on friendly terms these days. The U.S. has long claimed that Huawei represents a security risk to governmental agencies and consumers alike, while at the same time torpedoing the company’s efforts to expand its presence Stateside with wireless carriers like AT&T and...
  • Next-Gen Apple iPhone XI Allegedly Leaked In New Schematic Confirming Triple-Cameras

    Smartphone makers have received the memo that camera performance is important, and as such, it is now fairly common to find phone models with multiple camera sensors. This allows for greater flexibility when taking photographs—everything from wide-angle and telephoto shots, to improved depth of field effects. Apple has jumped on...
  • Facebook begins new EU political ads rules

    Political ads appearing on Facebook in EU countries will be labelled to identify the advertiser, alongside information about who they are, how much they paid and who they targeted. It comes ahead of May's elections for the European Parliament. The new rules, which come into force on 29 March, are...
  • NSA contractor pleads guilty to data theft

    A former computer contractor who stole terabytes of data from the US National Security Agency (NSA) has pleaded guilty to taking classified documents. Harold T Martin amassed documents and disk drives at his home, but is not believed to have sold or shared them. Mr Martin is reported to have...
  • Twitch Prime Subscribers Now Get A Free Year Of Switch Online

    Amazon is always about sweetening the deal for Prime members who aren't happy with free two-day shipping and some of the best original streaming content out there. For a long time, Prime members also got complementary ad-free Twitch streaming, but that ad-free viewing was gutted last August. Amazon is now...
  • Facebook challenges Belgian tracking ban

    Facebook is challenging a Belgian court order preventing the company from tracking people without their consent. A Brussels-based court ruled in 2018 that Facebook had broken privacy laws and needed to delete illegally-gathered data on the country's citizens. The company is threatened with fines of 250,000 euros (£214,000) a day...
  • Brother ADS-1700W review: Small in stature and big on features

    Small businesses that want fast document scanning in the smallest of desktop spaces will find Brother's ADS-1700W fits the bill nicely. This plastic baton offers scan speeds of 25ppm for colour and mono documents at 300dpi, teams them up with USB 3, wireless and WiFi Direct support - all at...
  • CommVault adds “tape killer” AWS Glacier Deep Archive cold storage

    Backup software provider CommVault has extended support to Amazon’s S3 Glacier Deep Archive cold storage product. The move comes alongside what CommVault believes is a trend among its customers to migrate long-term data retention from tape to cloud storage. The addition of Glacier Deep Archive support comes in service pack...

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