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Monthly Archives: November 2019

  • Mass Exodus From Intel Marketing As Key Execs, Carvill, Hook And Lennon Depart

    Over the last couple of years, Intel has built up its marketing team with a number of well-known ex-AMDers. They didn’t all come directly from AMD – some having moved on from the company years ago – but as Intel’s latest moves into the discrete GPU space picked up steam...
  • TikTok apologises and reinstates banned US teen

    Chinese-owned social network TikTok has apologised to a US teenager who was blocked from the service after she posted a viral clip criticising China's treatment of the Uighur Muslims. The firm said it had now lifted the ban, maintaining it was due to 17-year-old Feroza Aziz's prior conduct on the...
  • Acer's Atomic Bomb Black Friday Deal Nukes $2,000 Off Predator Triton 700 Notebook

    Mobile gamers who want to get a new gaming laptop need to be on the lookout at Acer.com. Acer is teasing a massive Black Friday discount on one of its high-end gaming notebooks: the Predator Triton 700. The laptop has a massive discount at $2,000 off the normal retail price...
  • AMD's Ryzen Gang Is Currently Clobbering Intel On Amazon's CPU Sales Chart

    AMD has had a resurgence in the consumer (and server) market with its Zen-based processors over the past few years. Kicking off with first-generation Ryzen/Ryzen Threadripper processors (Zen) in 2017, AMD followed up with their second-generation Zen+ based counterparts in 2018. During the summer, AMD launched the Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000...
  • Dell slashes 2020 forecast over chip shortage fears

    Dell has slashed its full-year revenue forecast for 2020 as it blames a continued shortage of Intel chips for a potential decline in PC shipments, despite its device sales rising during the last quarter. Dell's PC business had a strong quarter, with revenues rising to $11.41 billion, a growth of...
  • Alexa Voice Service Integration for AWS IoT Core Brings Alexa To Any Device

    Amazon has announced Alexa Voice Services Integration as a new feature of the AWS IoT Core that will enable device makers to make any connected device an Alexa built-in device. Amazon says that AVS for AWS IoT Core reduces the cost and complexity of making these devices. The system offloads...
  • Korean Go Champion Hangs Up His Stones, Retires Over Invincible Google DeepMind AI

    Google's DeepMind division has been demolishing human opponents left in right in traditional games like Go (also called Baduk), and even more modern fare like Starcraft. However, one human Go player is calling it quits years after he was defeated by DeepMind AlphaGo AI.  Lee Se-dol, a South Korean Go champion told...
  • Google Explains Magic Behind Pixel 4 Astrophotography, Night Sight Camera Modes

    Photography is an art form in every sense, and taking great looking photos can be challenging even when lighting conditions are ideal. Bad lighting will really test a photographer's skills, and night photography is especially tricky. That's what makes Google's Night Sight technology on its PIxel phones so awesome—it allows...
  • Windows 10 1909 Users Report Annoying File Explorer Bugs With KB4517245 Update

    Fortunately, Microsoft's roll out of the November 2019 Update for Windows 10 has been far less problematic than some of the previous feature upgrades, based on the number of reported issues we are seeing. That said, it's not entirely problem free. Some users are reporting issues with the revamped search...
  • Dell admits Intel chip delay could impact Windows refresh

    Dell has posted a 2% increase in revenue for the third quarter of 2019 of $22.8bn. The company’s client solutions group revenue reported third-quarter revenue of $11.4bn, up 5% on Q3 2018, while commercial revenue grew by 9% to $8.3bn. However, revenue in Dell’s consumer business declined by 6% to...

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