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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • CommVault buys Hedvig in push for global storage player status

    Top tier backup software maker CommVault has bought software-defined storage startup Hedvig for $225m. According to CommVault, the aim is to help better place the company in the multicloud era. CommVault’s assumption is that a software-defined storage approach can bring together shared volumes and backups when data is distributed between...
  • Apple And Foxconn Blasted For Violating Chinese Labor Laws On Eve Of iPhone Launch

    A scathing report by China Labor Watch (CLW) outlines an alleged "string of labor rights violations" at Foxconn (otherwise known as Hon Hai Precision) in relation to the production of Apple iPhone handsets. The disconcerting report arrives just as Apple is getting ready to launch a new line of flagship...
  • You'll soon be able to make calls directly from inside Windows 10

    Windows' popular Your Phone desktop app is getting some more functionality upgrades, according to a new leak. The user who leaked the new features on Twitter said he was able to make and receive calls using his PC's mic and speakers, with the added option to push the call back...
  • Workstation Specialists WS-182A review: Zen 2 promises performance and affordability

    AMD made a noticeable impact with its Ryzen Threadripper. However, the more mainstream Ryzen 7 merely showed Intel stiff competition, rather than dominance. Now the third version of the Ryzen 7 - containing the second generation of AMD's Zen architecture - has arrived to see if it can take things...
  • Almost one-fifth of Britons 'do not use internet'

    Almost 20% of British people are not using the internet, a survey suggests. The detailed in-home survey of almost 2,000 Britons found that 18% described themselves as non-users. The Oxford Internet Institute (OII), which carried out the research, said people falling into the category tended to be older and poorer...
  • Thousands complain about solar panels

    Thousands of people who bought solar panels have complained to a financial watchdog that they are not bringing them the returns they were promised. Many people took out loans to pay for panels on the promise they would save thousands of pounds in electricity costs and make money generating power...
  • Google Confirms It's A Target Of US DOJ Antitrust Probe, Apple And Facebook Could Be Next

    Google parent company Alphabet has confirmed that it is under investigation by the United States Department of Justice. Specifically, the DOJ suspects Alphabet of antitrust practices, and is demanding all information and documents related to prior antitrust investigations involving the company around the globe. While the DOJ stated that it was just beginning...
  • The First Ever DoS Cyber-Attack On A US Power Grid Detailed In New Report

    On March 5th, 2019, an unprecedented Denial of Service (DoS) cyberattack occurred on American soil, targeted at the US power grid. This attack mainly affected the Western United States, and was a fortunately low-impact attack. No blackouts were caused, and the machines in question were out of commission for no...
  • EA Earns Guinness World Record For Pathetic Most Hated And Downvoted Comment On Reddit

    EA doesn't have the most stellar of reputations in the gaming community and it is known for squeezing every possible penny out of gamers with very expensive microtransactions. One such money grab has landed EA a dubious distinction in the Guinness Book of World Records for the most downvoted comment...
  • The PlayStation 5's Ultra-Fast SSD Will Revolutionize Gaming Says Game Dev

    Game load times are one place where game developers are looking to make things faster for gamers, rather than making them wait, breaking the immersion. In challenging games where players die a lot on the screen, faster load times mean less of a frustrating wait as the player respawns and...

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