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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Plan to secure internet of things with new law

    The rapidly growing "internet of things" (IOT) - internet-connected gadgets - would have to be made more secure under proposed new laws. Security vulnerabilities that could be targeted by hackers have been found in everything from toy dolls to internet-connected ovens in recent years. The new laws would mean such...
  • Valve Index Headset Touts 120Hz Displays And High Fidelity VR Experiences

    Valve has just launched a brand-new virtual reality (VR) system that will supersede the Vive family that was produced by HTC. Called the Valve Index, in many ways this headset is even more compelling than the HTC Vive Pro.  The full-blown Valve Index Kit will set you back $999 and includes the...
  • Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller Is Empowering Veterans In Rehab Centers Across The US

    It's been nearly a year since Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Adaptive Controller aimed at allowing special needs gamers to enjoy playing video games more easily. The controller even had its own Super Bowl commercial celebrating these dedicated gamers. Microsoft is now talking up the work that the U.S. Department of...
  • Facebook boss reveals changes in response to criticism

    Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has revealed a series of changes to the firm's portfolio of social platforms, including Instagram and Whatsapp. The new designs and features for its apps are a direct response to widespread criticism of how the firm protects user data. Mr Zuckerberg said the firm intends to...
  • Dell Brings Sexy Back To Commercial Latitude Laptops And 2-in-1s Along With Intel Whiskey Lake Refresh

    Dell today launched its 10th generation Latitude family of mobile devices for the business sector, and they include 3000, 5000, and 7000 Series notebooks and convertibles. The Latitude 5000 series includes the 5300, 5400, and 5500 notebooks covering 13.3-inch, 14-inch and 15.6-inch form-factors. Powering these machines are Intel 8th generation Whiskey Lake...
  • Microsoft Posts Windows 10 May 2019 Update Blocks Prior To Launch, See The Full List Here

    Microsoft is likely just days away from publicly launching the next major release for Windows 10: Version 1903, aka, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Although Microsoft has been testing the May 2019 Update for months internally and externally – via the Windows Insider program – the company doesn’t want a...
  • HPE to launch Cloud Volumes in UK and Ireland

    HPE will launch its enterprise-grade cloud storage product, HPE Cloud Volumes, in the UK and Ireland at the end of May. The cloud storage service allows customers to replicate to the cloud for backup and disaster recovery or to make use of block storage hosted in the cloud, all with...
  • ASUS Issues BIOS Updates To These Motherboards For AMD's Zen 2 Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs

    AMD is planning to at least talk about its upcoming Ryzen 3000 series of desktop processors in a few weeks at Computex, and the expectation is that it will be launching the new CPUs at that time. As that date draws closer, motherboard makers are prepping for the event with...
  • Google’s Cheaper Pixel 3a Arriving As Pixel 3 Sales Admittedly Hit Brick Wall

    If you’ve been following the headlines in the smartphone world, then you know that Google is nearing the release of its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL smartphones. Unlike the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, which are flagship Android phones, the Pixel 3a family uses more meager specs backed up by...
  • Apple's Lead 5G Engineer Departs Company Following Qualcomm Truce

    The hardware lead for Apple's 5G development team appears to have been let go by the Cupertino outfit, after Apple and Qualcomm recently settled their legal dispute. By coming to a settlement, Apple can once again tap Qualcomm to build 5G modems for its mobile devices, which unfortunately for Apple's...

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