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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Huawei making no progress on addressing security concerns

    The Huawei Cybersecurity Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) is fulfilling its obligations in terms of handing over information to the UK’s National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC), but its work continues to uncover problems and Huawei is making little progress on fixing previously identified problems, according to the HCSEC Oversight Board’s latest highly critical...
  • Alleged Google Pixel 3a And 3a XL Mid-Range Smartphone Details Leak

    There have been rumors going around that Google is gearing up to launch new mid-range smartphones to appeal to a wider range of smartphone buyers. As smartphone prices continue to grow, many consumers are simply not buying and are holding onto older devices for longer. Previously, a rumor suggested that...
  • Facebook to ban white nationalism and separatism

    Facebook has said it will block "praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism" on Facebook and Instagram from next week. The social media giant also pledged to improve its ability to identify and block material from terrorist groups. Facebook users searching for offending terms will be directed to...
  • Samsung’s Galaxy Fold Showcased In Mechanized Synchronistic Folding Glory

    Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is one of the most highly anticipated smartphones for 2019, and it’s been reported that the device will land early next quarter in the United States. The Galaxy Fold’s claim to fame, of course, is its 7.3-inch Infinity Flex display. In the leadup to the smartphone’s retail release...
  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood Lands In July, And Friends Can Play For Free

    Wolfenstein was the very first shooter that many gamers played back in the day when its blocky, pixelated graphics were considered groundbreaking. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus launched in late 2017 and was very popular with gamers. This summer a new title in the franchise called Wolfenstein: Youngblood will land...
  • Amazon Has A Great Deal On Its Newest Echo Dot Right Now

    Anyone working on expanding their home automation and smart speaker reach inside the home or office will want to check out the latest deal that Amazon is offering. Right now Amazon has its new third-generation Echo Dot on sale at a price we haven't seen in several months. The new...
  • Apple Again Apologizes For New MacBook Keyboard Failures Affecting ‘Small Number’ Of Users

    Keyboards aren’t an unknown quantity in the PC realm; we’ve been using them to input data into our computers for decades, and Apple seemingly was at the top of its game with keyboard design for its notebooks – that is until the 2015 MacBook and 2016 MacBook Pro redesigns occurred...
  • GameStop Doubles Down on eSports Gaming With Texas 'Performance Center'

    The field of eSports has simply exploded in size over the last decade. Many corporations are throwing a lot of money at training facilities, tournament stadiums, and professional gaming teams. GameStop recently announced that it plans to sponsor an eSports training facility in cooperation with Complexity Gaming. Frank Hamlin, the...
  • Udoo Bolt Maker Boards With Embedded AMD Ryzen SoC And Vega GPU Now Shipping

    If you’re looking for a maker board that will give you a lot of performance overhead, we’re happy to announce that the Udoo Bolt is now shipping. The Udoo Bolt first caught our attention via its successful Kickstarter campaign, which to date has raised over $635,000 from over 1,400 backers...
  • British-Canadian AI expert Geoffrey Hinton wins Turing Award

    British-born artificial intelligence (AI) expert Geoffrey Hinton has won the Turing Award, sometimes referred to as "the Nobel Prize of computing". Mr Hinton, who now lives in Canada, shares the award with Yoshua Bengio and Yann LeCun - two other proponents of deep learning, a popular form of AI. "The...

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