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Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • Intel Core i9-10900K 10-Core Comet Lake-S Monster CPU Leaks With 5.1GHz Boost Clock

    We've been hearing plenty of leaks regarding Intel's next-generation Comet Lake-S desktop processor family and its supporting Z490 chipset. The rumored flagship of the family is the Core i9-10900K, which is still based on the 14nm process node. This time around, the Core i9-10900K is making another appearance through the leak channels via...
  • Microsoft Scrubs References To Surface Hub 2X, Official Launch Now In Doubt

    Back in 2018 when Microsoft first unveiled the Surface Hub 2, it announced some interesting features that the product would offer including the ability to rotate the display 90 degrees and link multiple displays together as tiles. Fast forward a few months later and Microsoft announced that it would ship...
  • Here's Why The OnePlus 8 Will Almost Definitely Arrive With Wireless Charging Support

    There is little doubt that OnePlus has not heard the call for wireless charging support to finally be a feature of the company's smartphones—users have been clamoring for the feature for quite some time now. Don't bother finding a mountaintop to shout the request from, however, as it's probably going...
  • WhatsApp to stop working on millions of phones

    Messaging service WhatsApp will no longer work on millions of smartphones from 1 February. Android and iPhone devices which only support outdated operating systems will no longer be able to run the Facebook-owned app. WhatsApp said the move was necessary in order to protect the security of its users. Smartphones...
  • Microsoft's Surface Book 3 Leaks In New Benchmarks With Ice Lake, GeForce GTX Max-Q GPUs

    It's been over two years since Microsoft unveiled the Surface Book 2, and it looks as though the company is ready to move on with a new generation. The Surface Book 2 is running some seriously outdated -- by modern standards -- hardware including 7th generation Intel Core processors Pascal-based NVIDIA GeForce...
  • Indiana University’s Big Red 200 Supercomputer Will Rock NVIDIA Ampere GPUs And AMD EPYC Rome Crusher CPUs

    In sticking with the plan that was announced last summer, Indiana University is now the owner of Cray's first "Shasta" supercomputer. As shown in the image above, it bears the university's color scheme and is called Big Red 200, which is a tribute to the 200th anniversary of IU. In...
  • Microsoft Launches Xbox Bounty Program Paying Out Up To $20,000

    Microsoft has announced that it is launching a new Xbox Bounty Program that will pay gamers, security researchers, and tech fans globally for finding and reporting bugs. Bug bounty programs have been around for a long time and are an effort by companies to allow the public to uncover vulnerabilities...
  • Tesla boss Elon Musk releases electronic dance track

    Tesla boss Elon Musk has released an electronic dance music (EDM) track titled "Don't Doubt Ur Vibe". Mr Musk posted a teaser picture of himself in a studio shortly before sharing the track, which he wrote. To mark the release of the song, Mr Musk decided to change his Twitter...
  • Russia's use of facial recognition challenged in court

    Russia's increasing use of facial recognition technology is being challenged by a civil rights activist in court. Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin said earlier this month that live facial recognition cameras were operating "on a mass scale" in the city. This, argues Alyona Popova, poses a threat to privacy and...
  • Lenovo ThinkBook 13s review: Unassuming but dependable

    Lenovo’s ThinkPad series has a serious pedigree, and has been a staple of offices worldwide for decades. However, while the ThinkPad is very much the flagship brand, Lenovo was historically lacking in a device that could cater to businesses with less exacting needs, blurring the line between a high-end consumer...

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