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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Starbucks Silent On Widespread Register Outage As Baristas Serve Free Coffee At Affected Stores

    Can you imagine what would happen if the world suddenly ran dry of coffee? It would be chaos as sleepy-eyed commuters made their way to the workplace and tried to grind out the work day instead of grinding coffee beans. That could have been the case today for Starbucks patrons...
  • HTC U11 Hopes To Be Your Main Squeeze With Snapdragon 835 And Edge Sense

    The HTC U11 is just dying to be your new main squeeze. HTC is advertising the device as the “#1 smartphone camera on the markets” and boasts that many of the phone’s interactions can be accessed with a simple squeeze. The HTC U11 incorporates Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 64GB of onboard...
  • AMD Vega ‘New Frontier’ Announcement With Raja Koduri Coming Today

    There is an immense amount of excitement building around AMD's next generation Vega GPU architecture, both from outside observers like us and from within. As to the latter, AMD's senior vice president and chief architect of its Radeon Technologies Group, Raja Koduri, and the division's senior marketing director, Chris Hook...
  • Google DeepMind patient app legality questioned

    The head of the Department of Health's National Data Guardian (NDG) has criticised the NHS for the deal it struck with Google's DeepMind over sharing patient data. In a letter dated February and leaked to Sky News, Dame Fiona Caldicott throws doubt on the legality of sharing 1.6 million patient...
  • HTC unveils 'squeezy' phone for selfies

    The U11 has a pressure-sensitive edge that triggers the camera when squeezed. Go to Source
  • Aquantia Launches Multi-Gigabit NICs For Enthusiast-Class PCs and Professional Workstations

    Gigabit Ethernet has been a long-running standard on desktop PCs and in mainstream networking gear. In fact, it’s been almost two decades since gigabit network controllers appeared on desktops systems. Aquantia Corporation is looking to muscle into the space, however, with a pair of brand new network interface cards that...
  • Waymo And Lyft Forge Self-Driving Car Alliance As Judge Bars Levandowski From Uber LiDAR Work

    Waymo and Lyft are joining forces to help bring self-driving vehicles to the masses. The collaboration comes on the heels of a ruling in the case of Anthony Levandowski, a former Google employee, founder of Otto and current Uber employee.  Waymo and Lyft were not forthcoming about the details of the...
  • HTC U11 Snapdragon 835 Android Flagship Specs And Hands-On Video Leak

    If you were a bit disappointed by the specs of the HTC U Ultra that was released earlier this year, the Taiwanese company is looking to grab your attention with the new HTC U11. Not only have full specs for the device leaked to the internet, but there is also...
  • Motorola Moto X Returns To Smartphone Lineup In Leaked 2017 Roadmap

    The next Moto X may be coming to a store near you soon. Mobile reporter Evan Blass recently tweeted a few images promoting the “Moto X 2017” or “Moto X4”. The tweet revealed what is purportedly Lenovo’s phone roadmap. The image does not offer much, however, it does show that...
  • Microsoft Blames Government Stockpiling Of OS Exploits For Global WannaCrypt Outbreak

    Last Friday, we reported on a major cyberattack involving ransomeware that hit a large number of computers - including some belonging to the UK's National Health Service. At first, the malware's reach wasn't too clear, but as the weekend went on, we learned that the number of affected PCs reached...

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