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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Update, Confirmed: NVIDIA's Tom TAP Petersen Is Officially Moving On To Intel

    Update, 4/1/2019:  Intel Vice President Of Core And Visual Computing and GM of Visual Technologies team at Intel, Ari Rausch has confirmed Tom Petersen's arrival to their team in a recent tweet... So happy and thrilled to have @NVIDIA_tap the one and only Tom Petersen joining our Intel GPU team...
  • Revolut whistleblower had concerns over CEO conduct and compliance

    The Financial Conduct Authority has made enquiries into currency transfer firm Revolut after being contacted by a whistleblower, the BBC has learned. The ex-employee told the FCA in 2016 about concerns they had over compliance and the conduct of the firm's chief executive, Nikolay Storonsky. The FCA informed the whistleblower...
  • Google Celebrates Gmail's 15th Birthday With Enhanced Smart Compose And Email Scheduling

    Over the years Gmail has been through a lot of iterations and has gained a lot of cool features. Most recently Google updated the Gmail right-click menu to give it new functionality. Gmail updates have also removed features in the name of improving security with IFTTT integration being gutted last...
  • Cloudflare Launches Free Warp VPN Service For iPhones And Androids

    One year ago today on April Fools’ Day, Cloudflare launched its1.1.1.1 DNS service that was aimed at helping to speed up DNS requests, improve privacy, and give users an overall boost in internet performance. The 1.1.1.1 DNS service is still operational, and has become the second largest public DNS service behind...
  • AT&T Brags That Its 'Real' 5G Wireless Service Breaks 1 Gbps Speed Barrier

    AT&T has been in hot water with some customers and its competition over its fake 5G E branding for its mobile network. Sprint filed a lawsuit against AT&T over the misleading branding and later blasted the branding in an open letter. AT&T's CEO responded to the backlash essentially telling everyone...
  • Updated: NVIDIA Outs Project RON Holographic AI-Powered Holographic Assistant

    A sneaky photographer managed to snap a shot of a slide on an apparent NVIDIA employee's laptop that points to "Project RON," which looks to be some kind play in the digital assistant space. Nothing has been announced, of course, but if Project RON is real, it may indicate that...
  • Hyper Mocks Apple MacBook's Lonely Weak USB-C Port With Ultimate Ultimate Hub

    When Apple launched its slimmed down MacBook family back in 2015, the device was praised for its compact frame and light weight, but one of the biggest criticisms was leveled at its expansion options. Or rather, lack thereof.  The MacBook (to this day) only comes with a single USB-C port that...
  • Razer's Turret Gaming Keyboard And Mouse For Xbox One Now Available

    Are you tired of using a Xbox One controller with FPS games? Razer just released its Turret gaming keyboard and mouse that was first announced back in 2018 for the Xbox One. The keyboard and mouse combination boast several features, including Razer Chroma, 5G advanced optical sensors, and a 2.4...
  • Call Of Duty hoax caller Tyler Barriss jailed

    A California-based man has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for making hoax calls, including one that led to an innocent man being killed. Tyler Barriss made a so-called "swatting" call to police, claiming he was holding his family hostage. When police visited the address he had given, they...
  • AMD Ryzen 3000 Series Zen 2 CPU Running At 3.8GHz Makes A Cameo

    It will not be too terribly long before AMD launches its next-generation Ryzen 3000 series, a new line of processors based on its Zen 2 architecture. In the meantime, there are plenty of leaks and rumors to fill the gap. Falling into the former category, what appears to be an...

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