Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • If Borderlands 3 Performance Issues Have You Stumped, Try This Quick Settings Fix

    Gearbox Software's latest game, Borderlands 3, is enjoying enormous success on PC and console, though some gamers have run into performance issues on both platforms. Fortunately on PC, adjusting the resolution and tweaking the settings can yield immediate results (though some players have already asked for a framerate fix). The...
  • Amazon Echo screen flicker angers owners

    BBC News has seen dozens of complaints about screen flickers affecting the Amazon Echo Spot and Amazon's response. One owner, in Hampshire, said his device had started to flicker 16 months after he had bought it. He was told its one-year warranty had run out and offered 15% off a...
  • OnePlus 7T's Sleek Final Design Revealed Ahead Of September 26th Launch

    When it comes to unreleased smartphones, leaks are inevitable prior to launch. OnePlus hasn’t been shy about revealing images, videos and even specifications for its unreleased smartphones prior to launch (on its own terms), and it is at it again with the upcoming OnePlus 7T. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau provided...
  • How The Most Powerful Facial Recognition AI Can See You With Racism, Sexism And Stereotypes

    The latest craze making the rounds on social media is a facial recognition program called ImageNet Roulette. It allows users to upload a selfie after which artificial intelligence will classify the photo with the tag that it thinks is appropriate for the subject person in the image. Some think that...
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare CrossPlay Livestream Is Today, When And How To Join In

    Developer Infinity Ward is planning to reveal details about cross-platform play in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, during a livestream event today. It will also be sharing information about what is to come in the second weekend of the beta. Incidentally, that is also when the beta will extend beyond...
  • Intel Tiger Lake-U CPUs Tipped For Beefy L3 Cache Boost, Xe Gen12 Graphics

    Intel is set to give its mobile processors a major bump in L3 cache starting with its Tiger Lake-U lineup due out next year, according to newly leaked data. Assuming the information is accurate, Tiger Lake-U will see a 50 percent increase in L3 cache, going from 8MB to 12MB...
  • UK's full-fibre broadband coverage rises to 8%, says Ofcom

    About 400,000 UK properties gained access to full-fibre broadband for the first time over the first four months of the year, according to the watchdog Ofcom. That gave access to a total of 8% of all premises, marking a 1% gain. The numbers highlight the amount of work that needs...
  • Alleged Android TV Roadmap Leak Reveals Stadia Integration Coming In 2020

    Most people have probably never heard of the International Broadcasting Convention that is held in Amsterdam each year. This convention is along the lines of CES or MWC, but the International Broadcasting Convention focuses on the TV industry. Google has attended the conference for years and was there again this...
  • SMBs significantly upping investment in hardware

    SMBs are making significant increases to their hardware budgets in 2019, Spiceworks report reveals. Hardware - mainly consisting of computing devices (desktops, laptops, mobiles) and on-premise servers - has been found to take the biggest piece of the IT budget-pie by some margin, with figures rising a startling 11% from...
  • Poly Studio review: Take the pain out of videoconferencing

    Polycom is a well established name in the videoconferencing industry - but since its acquisition by Plantronics it's now known simply as Poly. One of the first products to be launched under the new brand is the Studio, a sleek USB video bar that brings convenient 4K videoconferencing facilities to...

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