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Monthly Archives: July 2019

  • Internet wobble caused by Cloudflare glitch

    Internet users are facing problems accessing many websites because of a problem with Cloudflare. The company provides internet security and other services meant to help online businesses operate smoothly. The US firm has warned that members of the public may see "502 errors" displayed when they try to visit its...
  • AMD Details Ryzen 3000 Zen 2 Precision Boost Overdrive In New Video

    In a new video posted to YouTube, AMD senior marketing manager Robert Hallock breaks down a technology that is headed to third-generation Ryzen processors. It is called Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO), and if that sounds like a familiar term, it is because it made a debut with AMD's second-generation Threadripper...
  • Evolution in action: The changing face of the datacentre

    The datacentre is going through a period of rapid flux at the moment, the likes of which have not been seen since the boom era of rapid expansion during the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s. Not only are trends such as cloud services and mobile devices causing an exponential...
  • NVIDIA FrameView GPU Analysis Utility Monitors Performance Efficiency, Calls Out Frame Stutters

    NVIDIA has always incorporated a cornucopia of performance metrics into its GeForce Experience software allowing users to monitor GPU clock speeds, boost performance and capture game footage (among other things). Now, the company is introducing a new utility into its software suite called FrameView. FrameView is being announced alongside NVIDIA's...
  • Microsoft Gets Official With First Windows 10 19H2 Insider Preview Build

    It took a bit, but Microsoft has finally provided some details about its next feature update to Windows 10, which users in the Windows Insider program can begin testing today. It is a somewhat polished build, debuting to Slow ring subscribers rather than first poking its head into the Fast...
  • GeForce RTX 2070 Super And RTX 2060 Super Review: Tricked-Out NVIDIA Turing

    NVIDIA dropped a hint that something “Super” was coming just prior to Computex and since then a handful of leaks have let the cat mostly out of the bag. Today, however, we can dispel the rumors, officially reveal what NVIDIA’s got coming down the pipeline, and show you exactly what...
  • Virginia bans 'deepfakes' and 'deepnudes' pornography

    Virginia has become one of the first places to outlaw the sharing of computer-generated pornography known as deepfakes. The US state has done so by amending an existing law which criminalised so-called revenge porn - the malicious sharing of explicit photos or videos without the victim's consent. It now makes...
  • Podcast: The Computer Weekly Downtime Upload – Episode 22

    Sergey Nivens - stock.adobe.com Caroline Donnelly Senior Editor, UK In this week’s episode of the Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast, Brian McKenna, Caroline Donnelly and Clare McDonald talk about some of the week’s biggest stories in tech, including the latest effort to digitally transform the NHS, Sky’s contribution to getting...
  • Microsoft Software Engineer Claims Linux Is More Prevalent On Azure Cloud Than Windows Server

    Users running Linux on Microsoft Azure have now outpaced the number of users running Windows Server on Azure. The revelation comes from a Microsoft Linux kernel developer named Sasha Levin. Levin made the comment in a request that Microsoft be allowed to join a Linux security list. The use of...
  • Philips Brilliance 329P9H review: Ports ahoy

    The Philips Brilliance 329P9H arrives with a price of £644 exc VAT - and, despite that figure, it's actually one of the more affordable high-work professional screens on the market. Can it compete with rivals that cost more - or have too many corners been cut in order to bring...

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