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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • NVIDIA Pushes 430.53 Hotfix For GeForce High CPU Usage Bug, Get It Here

    About a week ago, NVIDIA released its Game Ready Driver (430.39 WHQL) which fully supports the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. Although the May 2019 Update has already been pushed to the Release Preview ring, general consumers won’t get the update until sometime next month.  In addition to supporting Microsoft’s latest...
  • Apple Partner Foxconn Reportedly Ramping MicroLED Investments For Future iPhones

    Will the next generation iPhone sport an even fancier display than the OLED panels that are found on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max? It's a possibility. Apparently Foxconn, which assembles the bulk of Apple's iPhone products, is extending its investments into microLED technology through three of its subsidiaries...
  • Samsung unveils TV that can switch to vertical mode

    Samsung has unveiled a TV that switches from a horizontal, landscape-style orientation to vertical - so it can easily display smartphone content. The 43in device is called Sero and comes with an integrated easel-like stand upon which the screen pivots. It will go on sale in South Korea towards the...
  • Energizer's 18000 mAh Battery Phone Fundraising Campaign Was An Epic Fail

    One of the strangest devices spied during Mobile World Congress 2019 was the insanely fat Energizer 18,000 mAh phone. The official name was the Power Max P18k Pop, and while it was Energizer branded, the device was actually to be made by Avenir Telecom. Shortly after the show, Avenir took...
  • Sagging Smartphone Market Punches Samsung Profits Right In the Chips

    Samsung has reported its Q1 net profit and things aren't good for the smartphone and chip giant. Samsung's net profits declined 57% to 5.04 trillion South Korean won ($4.4 billion), a sharp decline from the 11.69 trillion won for the same quarter of last year. Revenue declined sharply from 60.56...
  • OpenStack Foundation urges enterprises to embrace open, collaborative tech development

    Enterprises should let go of the idea that technology produced in closed, non-collaborative development environments will secure them a long-term competitive edge over their rivals, claims OpenStack Foundation chief executive Jonathan Bryce. Speaking at the inaugural Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver, Colorado, Bryce said any competitive advantage that organisations may...
  • TalkTalk service at bottom of Ofcom poll for third year running

    TalkTalk has failed to improve its standing on customer complaints in Ofcom's annual survey - the broadband provider has come bottom of the table for the third year running. In 2017 it shared the honour with Virgin Media, but in 2018 and 2019 the prize was all TalkTalk's. Its customers...
  • Kyocera Ecosys M6230cidn review: App-happy

    Targeting medium to large workgroups, Kyocera's Ecosys M6230cidn aims to streamline their workflows as this A4 colour MFP is HyPAS (hybrid platform for advanced solutions) enabled. This feature augments its print, copy and scan functions with the ability to run a wide range of onboard apps. The M6230cidn claims a...
  • Dell unveils cloud-based endpoint management platform

    Dell is aiming to take the hassle out of configuring and deploying laptops, with the launch of a new endpoint management platform that brings together a number of the company's technologies and services. The platform, dubbed the Dell Technologies Unified Workspace, is designed to give IT departments a simple and...
  • Dell And Microsoft Announce Azure VMware Solutions Hybrid Cloud Partnership

    Dell and Microsoft announced today that the two companies are burying the hatchet with respect to previous virtualization squabbles, and have inked an “expanded partnership” with their respective VMware and Azure platforms. Called Azure VMware Solutions, customers will now be able to run and manage fully supported VMware workloads on Azure...

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