Monthly Archives: October 2021

  • Facebook's metamorphosis - will it work?

    Will Mark Zuckerberg's bet on a new name and the metaverse succeed? Go to Source
  • Early Black Friday Gaming Laptop Deals: Gigabyte, Razer And More Up To 23 Percent Off

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  • Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 15.6in review: A true road warrior

    After a few years in the wilderness, Samsung has returned to the laptop category in force, launching a number of notebooks over the last 12 months that have demonstrated its skills with smart designs and powerful hardware. The latest in this range is the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro, which launched...
  • Five ways the hyper-converged infrastructure market is changing

    Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) promises to simplify IT by combining storage and compute and usually a virtualisation environment in a single system or appliance. This one-box approach takes the flexibility of virtualisation and networked storage, but condenses it down. The result, so its supporters argue, is a flexible and high-performance system...
  • Cyber-attack hits UK internet phone providers

    Several companies have been targeted in recent weeks, according to an industry body. Go to Source
  • AMD Radeon Driver Boosts FPS In Guardians Of The Galaxy, Restores CPU Tuning For 5950X

    It doesn't matter which graphics card you own, chances are, there's a driver update available that is tuned for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. We wrote about NVIDIA's 'Game Ready' 496.49 WHQL driver update just a little bit ago, but if you own a Radeon graphics card, don't fret—there's a...
  • Intel says chip shortage to blame for Q3 sales slump

    Intel has that the ongoing global chip shortage has led to a 2% decline in sales, in its financial results for the third quarter of 2021. Q3 revenue for the tech giant’s Client Computing Group (CCG) business unit, which includes its PC chip business, was below expectations largely due to the company being unable to...
  • COP26: Is the tech sector ready to rise to climate challenge?

    To tie in with its role as a principal partner of the COP26 conference, Microsoft has released research conducted with Goldsmiths, University of London showing that businesses are failing to meet climate change targets. Technology has a key role to play in helping organisations meet their climate change objectives, but...
  • British entrepreneur sells company to Twitter

    Nick D'Aloisio previously sold an app to Yahoo when he was only 17 years old. Go to Source
  • Raspberry Pi 4 Gets Its First Price Hike Amid Supply Shortage But It's Not All Bad News

    2021 hasn't been kind to those in any industry that relies of computer chips of any kind to operate, and that stands true for the team at Raspberry Pi. No one has escaped the laundry list of issues that plague the semiconductor shortage, and it is with a solemn post...

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