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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • How the University of Liverpool balances HPC and the cloud

    To support various workloads required in academic research, the university of Liverpool runs an on-premise HPC cluster, designed by Dell EMC and Alces Flight, which offers on-demand public cloud access to Nvidia graphics processing units (GPUs) running on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The Dell PowerEdge-based HPC cluster is being used...
  • Samsung Reportedly Developing Cheaper 6.7-inch Foldable Phone For 2020 Launch

    Samsung must be feeling extra confident in the tweaks it made to its Galaxy Fold, because apparently it already planning a follow-up act. If the latest rumor is true, Samsung will launch another premium phone with a folding display sometime next year, and it will be more affordable than the...
  • Lamborghini Announces The Sian: An 819 Horsepower Hybrid Hell Chariot That Tops 217 MPH

    Late last month, Lamborghini teased its next-generation hypercar with a single image that prominently displayed the shape of the vehicle's daytime running lights. Today, Lamborghini has officially pulled the wraps off the vehicle -- albeit in crispy renders instead of in the fleshmetal. Witness the Sian, which is the latest in a long...
  • Apple iPhone 11 Benchmarks Leak Hints At Strong Single-Core Performance, More RAM

    In addition to being a useful benchmark for processors of all kind (desktop, laptop, phones, tablets), Geekbench is also the go-to place for leaked data, as we have seen time and again. As it pertains to that, a fresh leak points to an unreleased Apple iPhone model. The data suggests...
  • Samsung Galaxy A90 Bring 5G Goodness And Snapdragon 855 To Mid-Range Market

    We first heard rumors of the Galaxy A90 family of mid-range smartphones back in late June, and now Samsung has made the official announcement. As we previously reported, the Galaxy A90 smartphones pack quite a punch and bring over many of the features previously reserved for more expensive flagships like the Galaxy...
  • Get $200 Off Samsung Galaxy Note 10 And Note 10 Plus With This Hot Deal

    Now is a great time to buy a Samsung smartphone. Why is that? Over at Best Buy, several of the company's higher end models are marked down $200, including the fancy new Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. If you not interested in the Galaxy Note 10 series, there...
  • King's Cross facial-recognition plans revealed by letter

    King's Cross Central's developers wanted its facial-recognition software to spot people on the site who had previously committed an offence there. The detail has emerged in a letter one of its managers sent to the London mayor, on 14 August. Sadiq Khan had sought reassurance using facial recognition on the...
  • At least 47,000 servers vulnerable to remote attack

    At least 47,000 Supermicro servers in 90 countries are exposed to the internet with unpatched vulnerabilities in the firmware for their baseboard management controllers (BMCs), security researchers warn. Supermicro issued a patch after researchers at security firm Eclypsium reported the vulnerabilities, which can allow an attacker to connect to a...
  • Hong Kong protesters using Bluetooth Bridgefy app

    Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have been turning to a new app to communicate - one that does not use the internet and is therefore harder for the Chinese authorities to trace. Bridgefy is based on Bluetooth and allows protesters to communicate with each other without internet connection. Downloads are...
  • QuietPC Mini Multi Display PC review: Caught between two worlds

    It's safe to say AMD's making something of a comeback these days; not only is it cropping up in more and more laptops and workstations, it's even making its way into high-end data centre hardware as well. Still, it's unusual enough to see one of AMD's Zen-based Ryzen processors offered...

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