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Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • Tesla Sets Q4 Sales Record, Smokes Earnings, Boosts Model Y Range For Dessert

    Tesla released its Q4 earnings report this afternoon, and needless to say, the company didn’t disappoint. For starters, it was Tesla’s second straight quarter of profit, coming in at $105 million for Q4 2019. This represented earnings of 56 cents per share for the quarter.  However, Tesla posted an annual...
  • This AMD Ryzen 3200U Laptop Deal Delivers 14-inch FHD Display, 128GB SSD For Red Hot $200

    AMD's Ryzen 4000-based notebooks haven't quite hit store shelves yet, but there are plenty of PCs available right now using older Ryzen 3000 APUs. Such is the case with the Motile M141 Windows 10 laptop that just came across our radar screen today thanks to its crazy-low $200 price tag...
  • Valve Index VR Sales More Than Doubled Following Half-Life: Alyx Announcement

    Half-Life: Alyx is one of the most highly anticipated PC games for the H1 2020, and with good reason. Although it isn't the mythical Half-Life 3, it's the next besting thing, serving as a prequel of sorts to the groundbreaking shooter Half-Life 2. All of the excitement surrounding the latest entry...
  • Intel's Core i5-L16G7 Lakefield 3D Foveros CPU Spotted In Benchmark Leak

    There's been lot of talk about Intel's 14nm Comet Lake and 10nm Tiger Lake processor architectures in recent months, but there's another revolutionary chip architecture also waiting in the wings: Lakefield. Lakefield uses Intel's Foveros 3D stacking technology and is built on the 10nm process node. Tech sleuth TUM_APISAK located a UserBenchmark...
  • Two Defunct Satellites Might Collide Tonight Spreading Dangerous Space Debris

    Infrared Astronomical Satellite, image via NASA Close encounters of a third kind may not be as exciting as they sound. It was recently reported that two American defunct satellites in low Earth orbit could potentially crash into each other this evening. If this crash occurs it could result in hundreds...
  • Latest PlayStation 5 Leak Claims Performance Dominance Over Xbox Series X

    Sony and Microsoft are both planning to launch next generation game consoles toward the end of the year, those being the PlayStation 5 (PS5) and Xbox Series X, respectively. Both will feature custom AMD silicon underneath the hood, along with solid state drive (SSD) storage, and with there being so...
  • Formulus Black Forsa turns memory into block storage

    Formulus Black’s Forsa will see an upgrade to version 3.1 next month that will add wider support for persistent memory products in its product, which can convert server memory to block-access storage. Forsa comes as software in pre-configured server hardware or in the cloud and allows customers to carve out...
  • AMD Delivers Strong Q4 With 50 Percent Revenue Boost Thanks To 7nm Ryzen, Radeon

    AMD announced its Q4 2019 earnings yesterday and its performance was quite strong. Compared to Q4 2018, AMD saw its overall revenue for Q4 2019 jump 50 percent to $2.13 billion. For the entire year, AMD booked total revenue of $6.73, which was up 4 percent compared to 2018's figures...
  • AMD Confirms Radeon Navi Refresh, RDNA 2 Navi 7nm+ GPUs Landing In 2020

    At long last, AMD CEO Dr. Lisu Su has outright confirmed plans to launch graphics cards for PCs based on a next-generation version of Navi in 2020. Up to this point, she has hinted at new Navi cards being inbound, though careful wording in past statements left it ambiguous as...
  • Medical Diagnostics Firm LabCorp Leaked Thousands Of Confidential Medical Records

    LabCorp is one of the largest medical laboratory companies in the country. Chances are high that anyone who has had lab tests run at the doctor's office or hospital has used LabCorp at some point. The company had a major security flaw with its website that exposed confidential medical documents...

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