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Monthly Archives: May 2020

  • AppGet Dev Accuses Microsoft Of Ripping Off His Software With Windows Package Manager

    Seemingly out of nowhere (but not really), Microsoft formally introduced a Windows Package Manager in preview form at its Build conference last week. Called "winget," Microsoft said "just about every developer has wanted a native package manager" for Windows 10, and winget is the answer, though there is more to...
  • Nissan Teases Next-Gen 400Z With Rumored 400+ Horsepower Twin-Turbo V6 To Battle Supra

    What a time to be alive for car enthusiasts. Last year, Toyota rekindled one of its most storied nameplates with the launch of the 2020 Supra, and now it looks as though Nissan is finally ready to give its 370Z a much-needed makeover. For those that don't follow the automotive industry...
  • AMD's Ryzen, Epyc power surge in desktops, laptops, data centers

    Companies and end users depend on computing technology that can keep pace with their demand for greater speed, processing power, graphics performance, remote management, security and productivity. And they've come to expect faster connectivity, slimmer designs, longer battery life and lower price points. The little engines powering this plethora of...
  • Raspberry Pi 4 Gets Ripped With 8GB RAM, 64-Bit Raspbian OS Beta

    Do you know what makes a pie better? More filling, of course! The same concept applies to the Raspberry Pi, only in this case, instead of adding more blueberries or strawberries or whatever your filling of choice might be, the Raspberry Pi Foundation beefed up its latest Raspberry Pi 4...
  • Microsoft Talks Xbox Series X Backwards Compatibility, Will Add HDR And 120 FPS Support To Legacy Games

    Excitement is building around Microsoft's upcoming next-generation game console: the Xbox Series X. The console features AMD hardware for the processor (Zen 2) and graphics (RDNA 2) along with a speedy 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD which should make long loading screens a thing of the past for most games.  Today, Microsoft...
  • NVIDIA GeForce NOW Adds Maneater And 25 Additional Games To Its Cloud Service

    Every Thursday, NVIDIA adds a bunch of new video games to the Game Ready on GeForce NOW service. The games coming to the service today include 26 titles that should give just about every gamer something to enjoy. Out of the 26 new games, there are three new game releases...
  • Uber destroys thousands of bikes and scooters

    Uber is destroying thousands of electric bikes and scooters, after selling its Jump business to Lime. Videos of its red bikes being crushed at a recycling centre were shared on social media, angering cycling advocates. Uber said it had decided to destroy thousands of its older-model vehicles due to maintenance...
  • Trump to 'sign executive order about social media'

    US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on social media firms on Thursday, the White House has said. It comes after he threatened to shut down social media platforms he accused of stifling conservative voices. The latest dispute flared on Tuesday after Twitter added fact-check links to his...
  • Video streaming: Lockdown sees fifth of UK homes sign deals

    One in five households in Britain – six million – signed up to an online video subscription service during the Covid-19 lockdown, data suggests. The majority of those sign-ups, 52%, are going to Disney+, according to market research firm Kantar. The most-enjoyed piece of content, though, was Netflix’s exclusive documentary...
  • Meng Wanzhou: Huawei executive suffers US extradition blow

    A Canadian court has ruled that the case of senior Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, who is fighting extradition to the United States, can go forward. A judge found that the case meets the threshold of double criminality - meaning the charges would be crimes in both the US and Canada...

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