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Monthly Archives: June 2020

  • Sony Drives The Last Of Us Part II Mania With Launch Trailer, And How Pearl Jam Joined The Game

    No great video game would be complete without a memorable soundtrack and the highly anticipated The Last of Us Part II will be no exception. The Last of Us Part II will feature Pearl Jam’s song “Future Days.” The song will be used several times throughout the game to highlight...
  • No Man's Sky Joins Rare Company With Crossplay Support for PC, Xbox One And PS4

    Making good on its promise, developer Hello Games is bringing No Man's Sky to Xbox Game Pass on Thursday, June 11. Same goes for a Windows 10 version, which will be part of the Game Pass for PC program starting on the same day. Good stuff, though even better, Hello...
  • TSMC Confirms Evolutionary 4nm Process Node As It Marches Towards 3nm Chip Production

    Seemingly out of left field, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) revealed it is planning to crank out chips based on a 4-nanometer manufacturing process. Described as an "evolution" from its 5nm node, TSMC says it is currently in discussions with potential customers about leveraging the node, which fills the gap...
  • Intel Launches Lakefield 3D Stacked Hybrid Core i3 And Core i5 Chips To Challenge Arm

    Today is the official launch date of a rather special Intel processor: Lakefield. We heard the first rumblings about Lakefield back at CES 2019, and Intel would go on to detail its Foveros 3D chip packaging, Sunny Cove high performance core along with four Tremont efficiency cores (all built on 10nm process...
  • Update: Samsung Galaxy A51 Falls Well Below $300 As Mid-Range Phone Price War Heats Up

    Competition in the mid-range smartphone market is starting to heat up, and we’re seeing not only all-new competitors enter the fray, but discounted pricing on previous “flagship” models that are incredibly enticing. Samsung introduced its latest offering to the mid-range market in the United States with the Galaxy A51 back in...
  • PlayStation 5 Engineer Claims Your TV Could Be Limiting Factor In Next-Gen Game Performance

    Next generation game consoles will bring significant upgrades in power and capabilities over their predecessors, potentially paving the way for a true generational leap in gaming. But is there a bottleneck in the equation? If there is, it will not be the storage, which is getting a long overdue bump...
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ampere Production Heatsink Leaked Sans Cooling Shroud

    Another leaked photo of a supposed heatsink design for NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card has surfaced, suggesting that the previously leaked photo was the real deal. Not only that, it is looking increasingly likely that what we saw just a few short days ago is what will end...
  • Coronavirus: How to go back to the office safely and securely

    The office has been deep cleaned and set up to comply with social distancing recommendations, and – against all the odds – enough of the workforce is willing to brave public transport to go back to work. It’s time to try to get back to business as normal. Most of...
  • Babylon Health admits GP app suffered a data breach

    Babylon Health has acknowledged that its GP video appointment app has suffered a data breach. The firm was alerted to the problem after one of its users discovered he had been given access to dozens of video recordings of other patients' consultations. A follow-up check by Babylon revealed a small...
  • Cox Bones Entire Neighborhoods With Slower Internet Speeds To Punish Data Hogs

    Broadband internet access is something that we all take for granted these days. Long gone are the times when we used to “dial-in” to the internet using 28Kbps or 56Kbps modems and wait hours to download a 10MB file. Now, we’ve got access to fat internet pipes, with ISPs like...

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