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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Microsoft Delivers First Chromium Edge Browser Test Builds For Windows 10

    Microsoft surprised many when it decided that was going to abandon its homegrown EdgeHTML rendering engine for Edge in favor of Google Chromium. The move particularly incensed Firefox developer Mozilla, which said that Microsoft was “officially giving up” and conceding to Google. In the four months since that initial announcement, we’ve learned...
  • AMD Ryzen Is Putting The Smackdown On Intel In CPU Sales To DIY Builders, eTailer Data Shows

    Who knows what the future holds, but for the current generation of Ryzen processors, AMD correctly surmised that it did not need to surpass Intel in IPC performance in order to offer customers a compelling a solution. It just needed to be competitive at the higher end of the spectrum...
  • JetStream DR cloud replication aims to make backup redundant

    JetStream software has announced general availability for its JetStream DR product, which allows continuous replication – as opposed to periodic snapshots – of VMware virtual machines (VMs) and data to public cloud locations. The product, aimed at service providers and enterprises, allows customers to failover to operations from the cloud...
  • Windows 10 Now Makes Quick USB Drive Pulls Safer, With A Catch

    Microsoft has made a minor but, for some, welcome change to the default manner in which Windows 10 handles external storage devices such as USB thumb drives. Effective with the October 2018 Update for Windows 10 (build 1809), the OS defaults to a "Quick removal" option that allows you to...
  • ASUS 5G Concept Phones Rock Stunning Dual-Slider Designs

    2018 was the year of the notch, and it looks as though 2019 is the year where smartphone OEMs seek out new ways to minimize the appearance of the notch or get rid of it altogether. Companies like Samsung have gone with a punch hole cut-out for the front-facing cameras, while this...
  • Latest 2019 Apple iPhone Rumors Point To Triple Cameras And USB-C Connectivity

    A new iPhone rumor suggests that Apple will be launching at least two iPhone XI models with triple rear camera arrangements. This is not the first we have heard about Apple moving to three rear cameras, but according to the latest chatter, the fancy setup will be part of two...
  • PC industry suffers as Microsoft severs link between Windows and hardware refreshes

    The global PC market is set to decline by almost 1.9% over the next two years, according to Ranjit Atwal, research director at Gartner. “PC shipments will total 258 million units in 2019, a 0.6% decline from 2018,” he said. “Traditional PCs are set to decline by 3% in 2019...
  • AMD Launches Ryzen Pro 3000 And Athlon Pro Mobile CPUs For Enterprise Laptops

    AMD is expanding its Pro family of processors with the introduction of new Ryzen Pro Mobile and Athlon Pro Mobile processors which come backed by Radeon Vega graphics. All of the processors are based on the 12nm process node, with the Athlon Pro 300U taking up the low-end of the...
  • GameStop's Spring Sale Has Some Enticing Deals For Gamers

    GameStop is feeling the pressure after a recent earnings report was bad enough to send the company's stock tumbling down. The future of GameStop locations around the country isn't looking bright as the gaming industry starts to transition from physical discs for games to streaming. In the here and now, GameStop...
  • Brother X-Series MFC-J6945DW review: Unbeatable value

    Brother's Business Smart X-Series printers aim to deliver affordable A3 printing to SMBs on a tight budget. The MFC-J6945DW on review shows Brother isn't kidding around: this A3 colour inkjet MFP only costs just over £300 and sweetens the deal further with laser-trouncing running costs. No half-empty starter cartridge trickery...

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