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Monthly Archives: June 2020

  • Cloud storage 101: NAS file storage on AWS, Azure and GCP

    Despite the many and rapid changes in storage in recent years, such as the advent of flash and the move to cloud storage, there are still some fundamentals in place. Among these are the basics of how data is accessed, whether by file, block or object. Object storage has been...
  • If it ain't broke: You share your oldest working gadgets

    These days, your shiny new gadget is likely to be rendered obsolete by software updates (or a lack of them) before it physically grinds to a halt. A recent report by the consumer campaign group Which? suggests the lifespan of a smart fridge could be just a few years if...
  • Apple's New Ice Lake Infused MacBook Air On Sale For Just $899 With These Deals

    Apple is notorious for high prices and rare [big] discounts on its notebooks, such as the MacBook Air. When discounts are seen on Apple hardware, Apple fans typically rejoice, and anyone considering upgrading should catch this deal which is available at both Amazon and B&H. Computer shoppers can get the...
  • Sony’s Big PlayStation 5 ‘Future Of Gaming’ Event Rescheduled For June 11

    Sony had originally planned to discuss “The Future of Gaming” on the PlayStation 4 on June 4th, but widespread demonstrations and unrest resulting from the death of George Floyd postponed those plans. Before the June 4th event was scheduled to take place, Sony released the following statement: While we understand gamers...
  • Elon Musk Declares Next-Gen Starship Rocket Is Now SpaceX's Top Priority

    For many months, the most important thing that SpaceX has been working on has been its Falcon 9 launch vehicle and Crew Dragon capsule. CEO Elon Musk is now pushing employees by stating that the Starship rocket is now the company's top priority. Musk sent out a company-wide email on...
  • Dell XPS 15 2-In-1 Owners Stranded As AMD Yanks Radeon Driver Support For Kaby Lake-G

    If you're currently running a PC with a Kaby Lake-G processor onboard, we've got some bad news for you. It appears that both Intel and AMD have missed the mark when it comes to graphics driver support. If you recall, Kaby Lake-G was a rather breakthrough (and unexpected) product developed together by...
  • It’s Man Vs Machine In Experimental US Air Force AI Drone Dogfight

    John Henry was a steel driving railroad man who, according to legend, bested a steam-powered rock drilling machine in a competition many, many years ago. I'm reminded of this because it's one of my favorite songs performed by my late grandfather and great uncle, and now decades later, man versus...
  • Apple Patents Taking Safe, Synthetic Group Selfies For COVID-19 Compliance… Seriously

    COVID-19 has really changed our way of lives, from the way we shop, to the way we work, and even with regards to the way that our children learn. It has also limited our ability to congregate with friends, and take part in the time-honored tradition of, you guessed it...
  • Intel Core i7-1165G7 Tiger Lake Leak Shows Huge Xe Graphics Performance Leap

    We still have some waiting to do until we find out if the hype surrounding Intel's upcoming Tiger Lake stack—and particularly its accompanying Xe graphics—is justified. Until then, we are left to the usual sources, which entail rumors and leaked benchmarks. Falling into the latter category, a new 3DMark benchmark...
  • Strong AMD Ryzen 7 3800XT 8-Core Performance Unveiled In AOTS Game Benchmark Leak

    Every week brings with it a fresh set of leaks, not because it is customary, but due to interesting new products being right around the corner. On the CPU side, AMD is rumored to be refreshing its Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors. Well, some of them, anyway. One of those...

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