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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Score A TCL 55R617 55-inch 4K HDR Roku TV For $475 With This Stellar Deal

    In case you haven't been paying attention, there have been some rather amazing deals on smart TVs recently. In particular, TCL Roku TVs have been available at incredibly low prices over the past few months. When we last visited TCL's 55-inch 55R6176 Series Roku TV, it was selling for a pretty hot...
  • Epic Games Issues Challenge To Valve Over Steam Revenue Sharing Policies And Exclusivity

    Epic Games has caught some flak for serving up paid exclusives in its recently launched Epic Games store, such as Borderlands 3—publisher 2K Games agreed to give the Epic Games store dibs for the first six months, a decision that developer Gearbox Software had no part of. Valve has the...
  • OnePlus 7 Pro Triple Cameras Confirmed In Latest Teaser Video

    At this point, we know that OnePlus is poised to launch its flagship OnePlus 7 phones on May 14th. Over the past few weeks, OnePlus has been teasing features of the phones, with that latest coming via a tweet. The latest teaser shows a line art drawing of the OnePlus 7...
  • Respawn's Apex Legends Laser Focus Puts Titanfall Sequel On Back Burner

    Apex Legends seemingly came out of nowhere and took the gaming scene by storm, further underscoring how insanely popular the battle royale genre is right now. Even though there was some strategic planning to generate excitement around Apex Legends when it first came out—publisher Electronic Arts paid some notable streamers...
  • Intel Ramps-Up Additional 10nm Ice Lake CPU Production With Devices On Shelves For The Holidays

    We have been waiting a long time for Intel to finally ship its 10-nanometer processors in volume, and barring any last minute hiccups, the company is still on track to do that this holiday season. During a conference call with reporters, Intel CEO Bob Swan doubled down on his company's...
  • iFixit Abruptly Removes Its Galaxy Fold Teardown At Samsung's Request

    One of the things that tech fans love is to see the insides of gadgets to get an idea of if they can be fixed if something breaks, and to satisfy curiosity. One of the great purveyors of teardowns is iFixit, and not long ago it published a teardown of...
  • Huawei leak inquiry launched

    A formal inquiry is being set up to uncover which government minister was responsible for leaking the outcome of the National Security Council’s (NSC’s) discussions on the subject of whether or not networking and telecoms equipment made by Chinese supplier Huawei should be cleared for use in the UK’s 5G...
  • NVMe is ‘ready’, say Dell EMC, Virtual Instruments and Cisco

    Super-fast NVMe flash storage is “ready for prime time” and use by enterprises, with performance in the order of 10x better than existing Fibre Channel with the use of NVMe-over-fabrics. That’s the view of Virtual Instruments’ product management director Henry He, who spoke ahead of a planned demo of end-to-end...
  • Apple recalls plugs in UK, Hong Kong and Singapore

    Apple has asked customers to stop using certain plug adapters because of a risk of electric shock. It has issued a recall of two types of plug; the AC wall plug adapter shipped with Macs and some iOS devices between 2003 and 2010, and a three-pronged plug included in the...
  • Epson WorkForce DS-80W review: The little scanner that could

    Mobile workers that want a lightweight portable scanner will approve of Epson's WorkForce DS-80W as this slim plastic baton weighs a mere 300g. There's no extra baggage as it doesn't need an external power supply and uses its micro-USB port to charge its integral Li-Ion battery. Along with local USB...

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