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Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • The Killer AMD Threadripper Build You'll Love To Hate

    We recently had the chance to spend some time with the folks at Maingear HQ and built a beautiful, water-cooled AMD Rzyen 3000-based rig. That system was destined for Dave’s lab and has become his daily workhorse – in fact, that rig produced the video you’ll see below. Not long...
  • Logitech Acquires Streamlabs In Bid To Conquer Booming Gamer Livestreaming Market

    Logitech is trying to become a major force in the broadcast and livestreaming space. It took another step in that direction today by announcing it has agreed to acquired Streamlabs for $89 million in cash, and potentially another $29 million in Logitech stock (subject to the achievement of significant revenue...
  • Can AR goggles make swimming more fun?

    Augmented reality goggles that can help swimmers track their swim time and distance have been put to the test by BBC Click's Chris Fox. The Form swim goggles were developed by former competitive swimmer Dan Eisenhardt, while UK firm Swim AR is working on a similar device that can clip...
  • HP's New Chromebook x360 Convertibles Support Ambitious Universal Stylus Initiative

    Hewlett-Packard has just unwrapped a duo of new Chromebook devices, which are increasingly becoming popular due to the versatile nature of Google’s Chrome OS and affordable pricing. The new devices are the Chromebook x360 12b and the Chromebook x360 14b. Both share the same design language, with the main distinction...
  • Microsoft Touts Virtues Of Windows 10's AI-Backed Updates Mechanism Even As Critical Bugs Persist

    In a new blog post, Microsoft extols the benefits of somewhat recently implementing machine learning into its Windows 10 update process. This is an evolving process, though from Microsoft's vantage point, it has been a success so far, allowing it to identify which Windows 10 PCs are the least likely...
  • Motorola Moto Razr Folding Smartphone Reboot Reportedly Launching Late 2019

    Folding smartphones have proven challenging for hardware makers, but they have been forging ahead nonetheless with little sign of slowing down. It is not just Samsung and Huawei or getting in on the action either. Motorola, one of the most iconic brands in the cell phone space, is said to...
  • Samsung’s Updated Galaxy Fold Makes Its First Display Failure Debut

    When Samsung first launched the Galaxy Fold, things quickly went wrong for the company. The Galaxy Fold has relaunched after the company said that it reworked the device to be more durable (making changes to the display and the hinge mechanism). Durability concerns remain for many, and with the price...
  • Hey Fortnite Gamers, That Mech Will Self-Destruct In T-Minus 3, 2…

    Many Fortnite fans have hated the mech since it landed with the start of Season 10. The machine was overpowered in the opinion of most players, but Epic said it was added to give the causal gamers a better chance to win a match. Many have called repeatedly for the...
  • Apple iPhone 11 review: A high-octane crowd pleaser

    Expectations are always high ahead of an iPhone launch, growing in recent years with a sea of competitors nipping at Apple’s heels. The yet-to-be-released Google Pixel 4 and Huawei Mate 30 Pro, for example, are both highly anticipated and command loyal followings. Apple has forged a track record for making...
  • US uses Google Translate to vet refugees

    The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) have been criticised for using online translation tools to vet immigrants' social media posts. A staff manual said pasting text into tools such as Google Translate and Bing was "the most efficient approach". News site ProPublica said online tools often mistranslated sentences and...

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