Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • Microsoft Discounts Surface Pro 6 By Up To $400 With This Hot Deal

    Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 has been around for roughly a year, which means that a replacement device is right around the corner. The next-generation device is likely to be announced next week at Microsoft's October Surface hardware event. With that in mind, you'll be happy to know that the company is...
  • Apple's iPhone XR, iPhone XS Subject To CPU Throttling With This Week's iOS 13.1 Update

    An upcoming incremental update to iOS could result in some iPhone models throttling the CPU, in certain situations. The feature (not a bug) is basically a workaround for a degraded battery that might otherwise turn off an iPhone unexpectedly. This feature already exists older iPhone models, and soon will be...
  • Intel Core i9-10920X 12-Core Cascade Lake-X CPU Leaks As AMD Plots November Threadripper Assault

    With the launch of Cascade Lake-X just days away, we're starting to see a few more leaks regarding Intel’s upcoming Core-X HEDT processor family. As you all know by now, Cascade Lake-X is still built on 14nm++ process tech, since Intel has only rolled out 10nm in limited quantities for its Ice...
  • AMD Radeon RX 5300 XT Allegedly Arriving Next Month In HP Desktops

    It appears as though AMD is readying a new Radeon RX 5300 XT graphics card, presumably based on its 7-nanometer Navi GPU architecture. The new offering would join the Radeon RX 5700 XT 50th Anniversary Edition, Radeon RX 5700 XT, and Radeon RX 5700 as a lower priced option, though...
  • The Sony PS5's Power Efficiency Could Be One Of Its Best Killer Features

    Power efficiency isn't exactly something that we often think about with gaming consoles, but with an increasing emphasis on companies to go "green" these days, more attention is being directed to the topic. Sony has efficiency in mind with regards to its upcoming PlayStation 5 gaming console, and it is stating...
  • Google seeks permission for staff to listen to Assistant recordings

    Google has said it will let its human reviewers listen to audio recordings made by its virtual assistant only if users give it fresh permission to do so. The company said the option had always been opt-in but it had not been explicit enough that people were involved in transcribing...
  • Grab The New Nintendo Switch Lite For Just $169 With This Red Hot Deal

    The Nintendo Switch Lite was just released this past Friday, and it's already a pretty nice bargain compared to the original Switch. The original Nintendo Switch is priced at $299, while its "Lite" counterpart comes in at only $199. However, a new deal today over at Rakuten (via seller GamerCandy) has the...
  • YouTube U-turn after protests over verified status

    YouTube has reversed a decision that would have stripped many popular video-streamers of a "verified" status badge. The proposed change was supposed to make the ID check more rigorous and help weed out impersonators. Instead, the change was seen as stripping established YouTubers of their standing and hobbling their chances...
  • AWS G4 aims to lower cost of GPU-powered AI inference

    The Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud appears to have undercut its main competitors with the introduction of a new GPU (graphics processing unit) EC2 instance called G4, which uses the Nvida V100 GPU. AWS said the new G4 instance is designed to help accelerate machine learning inference and graphics-intensive...
  • Logitech Rally review: Pole-position conferencing

    Don't be fooled: the Rally isn't a new racing wheel or tennis racquet, but Logitech's latest professional videoconferencing solution. Designed for medium to large meeting rooms, it's a modular system that can be expanded with extra accessories, allowing it to grow with demand. Centre stage is the Rally Camera, a...

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