Monthly Archives: August 2021

  • Tokyo 2020: Toyota restarts driverless vehicles after accident

    In a statement late on Monday, Toyota said: "The vehicle's sensor detected the pedestrian crossing and activated the automatic brake, and the operator also activated the emergency brake. The vehicle and pedestrians, however, came into contact before it came to a complete halt." Go to Source
  • Tech Deals: iPad Mini Just $299, Ryzen 9 5950X At $730, 2TB Samsung 870 SDD Hits $170

    We have a roundup of some excellent tech deals for you today, which just might tickle your fancy if you're in the market. There are some well-rounded discounts on the iPad mini, Apple gift cards, the flagship AMD Ryzen 9 5950X Zen 3 processor, and more. Kicking things off is...
  • It Looks Like Samsung's Long-Awaited Galaxy S21 Fan Edition Could Arrive Soon

    Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event occurred earlier this month with nary a mention of the rumored Galaxy S21 Fan Edition (FE). However, the smartphone has been talked up for months, and we've seen plenty of renders and even official marketing materials for the smartphone. A new leak from Max Weinbach claims...
  • Why pigeons mean peril for satellite broadband

    Satellite internet is a key part of plans to fill broadband "not spots", but simple things can affect it. Go to Source
  • Microsoft's Windows 11 Workaround For Unsupported CPUs Comes With A Show-Stopping Caveat

    Here's an interesting twist on a story that we brought you yesterday regarding Windows 11. There has been a lot of consternation about Windows 11 and its support (or rather lack of support) for popular processors. For example, first-generation AMD Ryzen processors aren't officially supported, and they were released not...
  • Cloud disaster recovery: The devil is in the detail

    While disaster recovery is potentially one of the lowest-hanging of fruits when it comes to cloud use cases, it’s not as straightforward as all that. Now, cloud DR sounds simple enough. You backup or otherwise copy data off to the cloud, and when disaster strikes you spin servers up and...
  • What The F? Intel Alder Lake Leak Confirms Special ‘F’ SKU Chips

    What the F is going on over at Intel? Well, if this latest leak is any indication, the chip company is ready to unleash a new series of F SKUs for its upcoming Alder Lake-S desktop processors. For those that aren’t familiar with the intricacies of Intel’s processor nomenclature, the...
  • TSMC Is Allegedly Raising Chip Prices Which Could Mean Bad News For PCs And Smartphones

    Frustrated by the global shortage of silicon that is causing cutting edge electronics to almost always be out of stock? You know, things like the latest game consoles (PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S) and discrete graphics cards for gaming. Well, not only could the chip shortage linger through all...
  • Saints Row: The Third Remastered Is The Latest Epic Games Store Freebie

    If you like shooting, driving, and creating overall mayhem in an open-world environment – in a game that isn't Grand Theft Auto V – we have some excellent news for you. The Epic Games Store has Saints Row: The Third Remastered available free to download for a limited time. Saints...
  • Data protection 'shake-up' takes aim at cookie pop-ups

    In the official announcement, the government said it will prioritise making new "data adequacy" partnerships that will allow it to send people's personal data internationally, to places such as the United States, Korea, Singapore, Dubai and Colombia, among others. Go to Source

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