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Monthly Archives: November 2019

  • Samsung PlayGalaxy Link Brings PC Game Streaming To Certain Galaxy Smartphones

    We are all waiting for Samsung to eventually unveil its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S11, but that will not be for another few months. In the meantime, Samsung is introducing something a little different. It's a PC game streaming service for the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S10 (initially...
  • Apple changes Crimea map to meet Russian demands

    Apple has complied with Russian demands to show Crimea as part of Russian territory on its apps. Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, in a move that was condemned by most of the global community. The region is now displayed as Russian territory on Apple Maps and Weather, when...
  • Patch Firmware On These HPE SSDs Now Or Risk Drive Failure And Data Loss

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is advising customers to update the firmware on certain Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) solid state drives to prevent them from failing after 32,768 hours of use, which equates to 3 years, 270 days, and 8 hours. If that should happen, the data on the drive(s) would...
  • Tesla Cybertruck Madness Explodes As Preorders Top 250K, Musk Explains Armored Glass Fail

    The world collectively laughed at the Tesla Cybertruck when Elon Musk unveiled it in California nearly a month ago, but it appears that there is still plenty of interest in the odd-looking electric vehicle. The Cybertruck is billed as being the biggest and baddest half-ton pickup around, and Musk repeatedly compared the...
  • Black Friday and Cyber Monday: Tips to get the best deals

    Black Friday is almost upon us and this year many retailers have extended their deals for the whole week. And hot on its heels will be Cyber Monday, a phrase coined back in 2005 when online shopping needed promotion, but is increasingly becoming less relevant. There will be bargains to...
  • California DMV Raked In $50M/Year Selling Citizen's Personal Data

    California, a state that is known for its tough talk on privacy regulations, is coming under fire for its own actions regarding the misuse use of drivers’ personal information. Thanks to an inquiry by Motherboard, it's been discovered that the California Department of Motor Vehicles has been selling private records to third parties...
  • AMD Threadripper 3970X Goes On Record Smashing Rampage With 32 Cores At 5.75GHz

    Without question, AMD's new Ryzen Threadripper 3970X and 3960X HEDT processors are absolute performance monsters offering up to 32 cores and 64 threads of computing muscle. We took a look at both processors in our review yesterday, and even managed to see some pretty nice gains with the [current] flagship Threadripper 3970X...
  • Intel SSD 665p Series Released With 96-Layer QLC And Sweet Performance Boost

    Intel is expanding its solid state drive (SSD) family with the SSD 665p, essentially an upgraded version of the previous generation SSD 660p. Like its predecessor, the SSD 665p is built around 3D quad-level cell (QLC) NAND flash memory chips (four bits per layer), but these are 96-layer components, whereas...
  • NVIDIA Updates Quake II RTX With Improved Textures, Better Water And Yes, God Rays

    Some say you can’t improve on a classic, but those people have not seen the latest NVIDIA Quake II RTX updates. NVIDIA just released their Quake II RTX version 1.2 which includes improved textures and reflections. They also released a new Game Ready Driver for Halo: Reach.  Quake II RTX...
  • Teen's TikTok video about China's Muslim camps goes viral

    A US teenager's TikTok video clip accusing China of putting Muslims into "concentration camps" has gone viral on the Chinese-owned social network. The post appears to be about beauty tips at its start - but the young woman then changes tack to ask her viewers to raise awareness of what...

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