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Monthly Archives: October 2019

  • Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 (2019): 6-Core 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake Performance Previewed

    Intel officially launched its 10nm Ice Lake-U family back in August, and there have been a handful of systems shipping with the power-sipping processors. Among the first OEMs to jump onboard was Dell with the XPS 13 2-in-1 (2019). When that refreshed convertible launched, it was available with one of three processors: Intel...
  • 'I was a victim of the WhatsApp hack'

    In April, Faustin Rukundo received a mysterious call over WhatsApp from a number he did not recognise. He answered, but the line was silent and then it went dead. He tried calling back but nobody answered. He didn't know it but his phone had been compromised. As a Rwandan exile...
  • US Interior Department Grounds Entire Aerial Drone Fleet Over Chinese Spying Risk

    The United States Interior Department is home to one of the largest fleets of aerial drones in the US government, with more than 800 of them in the agency's employ. However, every single one of them has reportedly been grounded. They are not defective, and instead this is said to...
  • Device as a service (DaaS): The future of business hardware

    One of the big reasons businesses might delay a much-needed migration to Windows 10 is the lack of funds for a full hardware refresh. The CapEx budget simply doesn’t stretch that far. Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) eliminates that up-front cost and brings many other advantages for over-stretched IT departments. And its appeal...
  • Motorola's Retrotastic Moto RAZR Folding Phone Emerges In These Leaked Images

    If you owned a Motorola Moto RAZR back in the day, or admired one from afar because you couldn't afford it, we've got a treat for the eyes today. We've already seen leaked patent drawings and renders of the smartphone in the past, but this is probably the best leak of the...
  • Further Evidence Of Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite Appears In Leaked Benchmarks

    Rumors of a Galaxy S10 Lite have persisted, even after Samsung unveiled a Galaxy S10e model (as shown above), which some of the pre-release leaks probably referred to. Will there actually be a Galaxy S10 Lite added to the lineup, though? An interesting benchmark entry over at Geekbench suggests it...
  • Google Doodle Gets Spooky For Halloween With Trick Or Treat Game

    Happy Halloween! Would it truly be a holiday in 2019 without a Google Doodle? The Halloween 2019 Google Doodle features an interactive game with “creepy” creatures. If you go to the Google homepage today, you will be taken a neighborhood that is all dressed up for Halloween. Each of the...
  • How To Remap Your New NVIDIA SHIELD TV Remote's Netflix-Branded Button

    Those who have been patiently awaiting for NVIDIA to refresh its SHIELD TV streaming lineup were rewarded this week with two new models, the 2019 SHIELD TV and SHIELD TV Pro. Both come with a revamped remote control that is one of the highlights of these newly updated models, though...
  • DeepMind’s AlphaStar AI Achieves StarCraft II Grandmaster Leaving Pathetic Humans In Its Wake

    Alphabet's DeepMind has been working on its AlphaStar AI for years to get the AI to be able to beat human players at the popular and challenging video game Starcraft II. The game is one of the most popular esports titles in the world. The game is particularly challenging to...
  • Facebook challenged over political ad policy

    Facebook says it will fact-check ads posted by one political candidate in California, after previously saying it would not do so for politicians. In September, the social network said it would not subject politicians or candidates to fact-checking. To test the policy, Californian Adriel Hampton registered as a candidate and...

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