Monthly Archives: August 2019

  • Apple To Support Indie Repair Shops With Genuine Replacement Parts And Diagnostic Tools

    Apple has been under fire for years with regards to its onerous policies regarding "unofficial" hardware repairs. Most recently, Apple began displaying warning messages within iOS for iPhone users that had their batteries replaced with non-genuine hardware. For some people that live nowhere close to an Apple Store or an Apple authorized...
  • Apple's Next Gen iPhones To Be Unveiled September 10th, Here's What To Expect

    It looks as though the rampant speculation was accurate; Apple will hold its next hardware keynote address on September 10th. Apple likely has a full plate of announcements lined up on that date, with the headlining devices being the 2019 family of iPhones. Although it's unlikely that many would consider...
  • AMD Navi 14 Benchmark Leak Suggests Entry-Level Graphics Cards Are Coming

    We are all looking ahead to when AMD launches a full-tilt version of Navi for the high-end market with ray tracing support, but in the more immediate future, the company may be readying new 7-nanometer GPUs for the entry-level sector. That is the implication of recently leaked benchmarks for a...
  • On-premise object storage: Key products and use cases

    Object storage is the bedrock of cloud computing services. It’s the basis for services such as Dropbox, Facebook’s file system, and is the foundation of Amazon’s S3 cloud storage; arguably the largest storage system in the world. Object technology is usually associated with solving the specific challenges of massive public...
  • OnePlus 7T Pro Beefy Specs Reportedly Revealed In This New Leak

    OnePlus is getting ready to release a pair new flagship smartphones, the OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T. These handsets have been leaked quite extensively up to this point, including some recent renders that found their way to the web, but what about the specs? Well, yet another leak claims...
  • Lenovo Launches IdeaPad S540 Comet Lake Laptop, IdeaCentre A540 AIO, And 34-Inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor

    Lenovo is filling out its consumer PC lineup with some updated models today, including a notebook with Intel’s latest 10th generation Core processors. The company has announced a new 13-inch notebook, two new all-one-PCs, and a new gaming monitor. First on the docket is the IdeaPad S540, which features a 13-inch...
  • BMW X6 Rolls Out In Vantablack, So Dark It Might Steal Your Soul

    BMW will be unveiling its third-generation X6, which it says is the car that established the Sports Activity Coupe segment. The unveiling of the new X6 will come at the Frankfurt Motor Show and at that event will be a version of the BMW X6 slathered in Vantablack VBx2 nanostructure...
  • Borderlands 3 Deals Run Wild With $10 Amazon Credit And Bonus Skins

    Are you getting hyped for Borderlands 3 yet? Fans of the Borderlands franchise who plan to preorder the upcoming installment would be wise to head over to Amazon, at least if planning to play on the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. That's because Amazon is offering a couple of bonuses...
  • ASUS Preps AMD TRX40 Motherboards For 3rd Gen Threadripper Sharkstooth Zen 2 CPUs

    Make no mistake, Threadripper is not dead. AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su confirmed there will be at least one more round of Threadripper CPUs, based on the company's Zen 2 CPU architecture. In the lead up to the eventual launch, USB-IF has made references to three new chipsets for the...
  • Huawei Mate 30 Blocked From Launching With Official Google Apps And Services

    Huawei has found itself in more than a little bit of trouble with the sanctions handed out against the company by the Trump administration. The sanctions prevent Huawei for using a licensed version of Android on its devices and from using Google apps and services on its devices. Despite the...

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