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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Colorful's iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN Is A Steampunk-Inspired Gaming Beast Gets Priced

    The GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is not a cheap graphics card by any stretch of the imagination—NVIDIA charges $1,199 for its overclocked Founders Edition, and set the MSRP for reference models at $999. Hardware partners are free to customize the card and charge what they want, and for Colorful, that...
  • You Can Now Control Your Roku Streamers And Roku TV With Amazon Alexa, Here's How

    Roku has just announced a new enhancement for owners of Roku streaming devices and Roku TVs. Thanks to a new Amazon Alexa skill that is now available, you will be able to use any Alexa-enabled device to control your Roku hardware. While customers that have Roku Voice Remotes can already...
  • Microsoft Edge Built With Google Chromium Engine Spied In This First Look

    Microsoft is rebuilding its Edge browser around the same rendering and JavaScript engines that drive Google's Chrome browser, a move that could see a public release by the end of the year. In the meantime, development has already begun. As such, the inevitable leaks have started rolling in, giving us...
  • Apple Quietly Fixes MacBook Pro Flexgate Woes With Longer Display Cable

    Back in January, we reported on an issue that is starting to afflict recent MacBook Pro laptops (2016 and 2017 models). The problem is labeled "flexgate" and refers to the stage light effect that appears at the bottom of the display after typical, everyday use. This is caused by a flex cable...
  • EA Admits Anthem Is Crashing PS4 Consoles And Asks For Help From Players

    One of the most frustrating things for tech fans is when the games or products they pay hard earned money for don't work as promised, and the manufacturer won't even admit there is a problem. This is what has been troubling gamers on the PS4 who purchased EA's Anthem. Anthem...
  • Mystery as Quadriga crypto-cash goes missing

    Efforts to recover millions in crypto-cash from the digital wallets of a man who died without revealing passwords to access them have hit a snag. The wallets have been found to be empty. The discovery was made by a firm appointed to oversee QuadrigaCX after the death of founder Gerald...
  • IT Priorities 2019: What projects are IT professionals spending their budgets on?

    The Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities research for 2019 has reported maturity in software as a service (SaaS) among IT decision-makers and continued emphasis on prioritising security expenditure. The survey of 1,578 IT decision-makers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) reported that network performance, network traffic and flow data...
  • USB 4 specification confirmed with Thunderbolt 3 capabilities

    The USB Promoter Group, the organisation that takes care of all things related to the USB data transfer protocol, has announced the features we're likely to see in the next iteration.  USB 4 is based upon Intel’s Thunderbolt tech and promises to double the current data speeds and enable simultaneous...
  • Verify: Investigation slams government ID scheme

    The National Audit Office (NAO) has slammed the government's flagship identity verification scheme. A damning report says Gov.UK Verify has fallen well short of its target of 25 million users by 2020, managing only 3.6 million so far. The government has had to lower its estimates for Verify's financial benefits...
  • Facebook Won't Let Users Opt Out Of Its Phone Number Search Feature

    Facebook seems to constantly deal with issues that have to do with privacy, many of which are specifically its own fault. Its privacy mess-ups could ultimately cost the company a record FTC fine in the billion dollar range. Facebook recently warned popular health apps that use its API to be...

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