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Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • Apple Hires Chief ARM CPU Architect Mike Filippo As Company Reportedly Looks To Dump Intel

    Apple has managed to poach an experienced chip engineer from ARM as the company ramps up its effort to design more of its iPhone and other hardware in-house. In addition, Apple is reportedly looking to develop its own processors for Mac systems in a protracted shift away from Intel, though...
  • Surface Pro 6 And Type Cover Bundle Drops To Under $1,000 With This Hot Deal

    Fans of Amazon know that Prime Day is coming soon; this year it will kick off on July 15 and the deals will be good as they are each year when the big sale kicks off. If you hope a smoking deal on a laptop computer will be offered on Prime...
  • Gov to investigate 'growing tsunami' of UK e-waste

    MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) have launched an inquiry into rising levels of electronic waste (e-waste), which they say is amounting to a "tsunami" of wasted technology. The chair of the EAC, Mary Creagh, announced on Thursday that the investigation will evaluate the UK's system of discarding old...
  • Isles of Scilly among first UK locations to get 5G

    Vodafone will switch on a 5G network on the Isles of Scilly next week, at the same time as it launches its live consumer 5G service in London – just three years after it first brought 4G to the remote islands 45 kilometres off Cornwall’s southwest coast. The operator last...
  • Executive interview: George Yianni, head of technology, Philips Hue

    Philips was not the first smart lighting company, but it was the Philips Hue product family that captured the public’s imagination. Now owned by Signify, Philips Hue smart lighting is finding new ways to brighten people’s homes. Its inventor, George Yianni, was a very early adopter of the first iPhone...
  • Cloud snapshots and backups: How to protect data in the cloud

    As we migrate applications and/or data to public cloud storage, a big question needs to be asked: how is my data protected? Cloud providers are singularly focused on making the infrastructure that holds your data highly available via extremely resilient design. They do not give the same priority to your...
  • Intel Internal Memo Details Fiercest Challenges Versus AMD In Over A Decade

    When AMD announced its 7nm Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 processors at Computex, the enthusiast community stood up and took notice. Later, when AMD capped off the new processor family with the bodacious and powerful 16-core/32-thread Ryzen 9 3950X, it absolutely rocked the desktop PC community. However, it appears computing enthusiasts weren’t the only...
  • Verizon Visible Unlimited Prepaid Service Ditches 5 Mbps Speed Limit

    People got excited about the Verizon Wireless prepaid mobile service called Visible when it launched in May of last year. The service offered unlimited everything for $40 monthly. The catch was that the service limited you to 5 Mbps download speeds and 480p video playback. Visible has now removed the...
  • AMD Radeon RX 5800 And RX 5900 Navi GPUs Documented In Trademark Filings

    When AMD first announced its initial round of first 7nm Navi 10-based graphics cards, they were aimed squarely at the mainstream segment of the gaming market to enable 1440p experiences. Those cards include theRadeon RX 5700, Radeon 5700 XT and Radeon 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition; all of which will launch on...
  • 12 Top Gaming Steals And Deals For The Steam Summer Sale You Can Download Now

    The Steam Summer Sale is underway, and kicked off yesterday, right on time with the leaked date we saw back in May. There are plenty of people that will tell you what games you should buy while they are on sale and if you need to round out your game...

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