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  • T-Mobile Sends Engineers To Dallas After Two Deaths Linked To 911 ‘Ghost Calls’

    This situation seems like something that you could only imagine in your most intense nightmares. Imagine being in the frantic situation where you need to dial 911 due to a life-threatening emergency, but can’t actually get through. After AT&T experienced a massive 911 service outage last week, we can now...
  • Samsung Will Invest Nearly $7 Billion In 7nm, 10nm Chip Production

    The word from South Korea is that Samsung plans to invest $6.98 billion (8 trillion South Korean Won) into extending its high-tech semiconductor production lines. Specifically, Samsung is looking to remain on the cutting edge by making supplemental investments into its 10-nanometer production lines while building out new facilities capable...
  • Bosch Adopts NVIDIA DRIVE PX Xavier AI Supercomputer Platform For Self-Driving Cars

    NVIDIA may be best known as a leader in computer graphics for enthusiasts and professionals, but the company is quickly branching out into other lucrative industries like GPU-based deep learning. NVIDIA is also becoming increasingly entangled in the world of self-driving cars with its DRIVE PX platforms. With that in...
  • LG G6 Customers To Receive Free Google Home AI Assistant

    LG has partnered with Google to promote its forthcoming G6 smartphone. Those who see fit to pick up LG's new flagship once it becomes available will receive a free Google Home, the voice-activated speaker powered by Google Assistant. In essence, those who take advantage of this promotion will score two...
  • Windows 10 Creators Update May Force Windows Updates Over Metered Connections

    Just a week ago, Microsoft was facing criticism for its decision to include Windows OneDrive ads within File Explorer — even for Windows 10 users that are already paying for the service. Today, Microsoft is once again fighting some pushback for a wording change that was discovered in the newest...
  • Microsoft Office Insiders Can Now Participate In $15,000 Bug Bounty Program

    Microsoft is rolling out another perk to subscribers of its Office Insider program. In addition to testing out new builds and having access to features that have not yet been released to the public, Microsoft is launching a bug bounty program for Office Insiders. Through the bug bounty program, Office...
  • Test Your Gaming Rig Assembly Skills With The Immersive PC Building Simulator

    Building a PC from scratch can seem intimidating to anyone who has never done it before. After all, computers are capable of complex calculations, so assembling a system from a pile of pricey parts must be difficult, right? Well, no. It's actually rather easy to piece together a PC once...
  • Qualcomm Announces 'Snapdragon Mobile Platform' Brand As Its Complete Silicon Solution For Mobile Devices

    As of today, Qualcomm is describing its venerable Snapdragon processor line-up and related supporting component technologies a little differently. From here on out, the mobile processor and platform bellwether is shifting from the word “processor” to “mobile platform” when referring to its Snapdragon family of chips for smartphones, tablets and...
  • 88% Off Information Security Certification Training Bundle In The HotHardware Shop

    If you’re looking to improve your IT skill set and add some security training to your resume, we’ve got a deal running in the HotHardware Shop you’ll want to check out. An Information Security Certification Training Bundle is currently discounted by 98% and available for $41... Description: The CISSP is...
  • Russia denies Yahoo hack involvement

    The Kremlin has denied allegations by US authorities that the FSB intelligence agency was involved in a huge data breach affecting Yahoo. Two FSB officers were accused of conspiring with two alleged criminal hackers in a Department of Justice indictment announced on Wednesday. The charges are believed to be the...

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