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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • 25 years since first email attachment

    How the invention of email attachments in 1992 changed the way we communicate. Go to Source
  • Google’s 55-inch 4K Jamboard Confronts Surface Hub With Bargain $5,000 Price Tag In May

    Google has finally attached a price to its forthcoming Jamboard, an interactive digital whiteboard designed to facilitate real-time collaboration in the work place. The company announced today at its Google Cloud Next conference that its Jamboard will cost $4,999 and that it will be available sometime in May. Whether or...
  • Google reCAPTCHA Becomes ‘Invisible’ Automatically Separating Humans From Bots

    Most web users would agree that entering text into CAPTCHA (Completed Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) boxes is annoying. It is also sometimes difficult to decipher the wavy text, leading to multiple attempts to prove yourself a flesh and blood human and not a robot...
  • HPE plots next move on services

    HPE’s financial results suggest it has not had a good time in the IT services and outsourcing business. Will it be third time lucky? Go to Source
  • Oculus Rift release date, price and system requirements: John Carmack sues ZeniMax for $22m

    Oculus Rift at a glance 'Oculus Touch' motion control system delayed till second half of 2016 Retail price set at £549 Headsets available online and instore Jump to: Oculus Rift latest news 10/03/2017: Oculus CTO and id Software co-founder John Carmack has re-opened the legal feud between Oculus and Zenimax Media...
  • Raspberry Pi 4: Raspberry Pi 4 stymied by technical limitations

    The Raspberry Pi 3 was released in February 2016 to much fanfare. Although not a huge upgrade to Raspberry Pi 2, it added some minor upgrades including a 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, 802.11n Wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.1 and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) support. Both the Raspberry Pi 2 and...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Review - The Fastest Gaming Graphics Card Yet

    NVIDIA is officially launching its most powerful gaming graphics card today, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. It was announced last week at the Game Developers Conference and pre-orders began shortly thereafter. However, the cards will begin shipping tomorrow, from on-line retailers, system builders, and add-in-board partners. The GeForce GTX 1080...
  • Messenger Day Is Facebook’s Snapchat Stories Clone For Video And Photo Sharing

    Are you Facebook fan or part of the #Snapfam? Facebook’s latest feature Messenger Day is essentially the clone of Snapchat Stories. Imitation is the best form of flattery, right? According to Stan Chudnovsky, Head of Product for Messenger, “Millions of people around the world have already used Messenger Day to...
  • WikiLeaks Seeks Apple And Google’s Assistance In Disarming CIA Vault 7 Hacking Tools

    Are you worried about the CIA cyber-espionage toolkit that was just revealed on Tuesday? Well, Julian Assange apparently has your back. Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, recently promised that his organization would help companies like Apple, Google and Samsung to defend themselves against the hacking tools -- the very tools that the...
  • Google Admits To Pixel And Pixel XL Microphone Defects, Offers Warranty Replacements

    If you’re having microphone issues with your Google Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone, you are not alone. A quick trip over to the official Pixel support forum shows over 800 replies in a thread dedicated to the problem. “After a few hours of use and set up the microphone stopped...

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