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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • No technical grounds to ban Huawei, DCMS told

    The cross-bench Science and Technology Committee has told the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) that while geopolitical or ethical concerns may lead the government to impose a total ban on the use of Huawei’s networking and mobile equipment in the UK, there are no technical grounds to...
  • How Apollo 11 influenced modern computer software and hardware

    The importance of computers in getting Neil Armstrong and his colleagues to the Moon and back to Earth cannot to underestimated. But the sort of technology available to Nasa in in the early 1960s was very different from the computer that was used on Apollo 11 and the lunar lander...
  • Green datacentre goes live in Goonhilly to support AI ambitions of enterprises and academia

    The Goonhilly Earth Station in Cornwall wants to capitalise on the opening of its renewably-powered datacentre to position the site as a collaboration hub for enterprises and academic organisations focused on creating machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) services. The facility has officially gone live today (Monday 15 July), almost...
  • 'My son spent £3,160 in one game'

    This week we told the story of the family whose children emptied their parents' bank account buying players in the video game Fifa. It generated a big debate about whether parental controls are sufficient, how much responsibility lies with mum and dad - and the ethics of encouraging young players...
  • Amazon Reveals Massive List Of Prime Day Deals: $15 Fire TV Sticks, 50% Off Sony TVs And More

    Amazon's Prime Day kicks off in less than two days and there will a slew of deals to be had. Actually, just like last year, Prime Day will actually encompass two days of deals (the full 48 hours this time around); so maybe Amazon should think about renaming its shopping extravaganza...
  • AMD's Rumored Radeon RX 5600 Navi 14 7nm Gaming GPU Appears In Online Database

    AMD's newly launched Radeon RX 5700 Series of graphics cards are squarely aimed at the mid-range segment of the gaming market, and they offer solid performance and attractive price points. However, it appears that AMD will soon have a range of cards that will slot further down on the totem pole to...
  • Cambridge Analytica: 'US regulators approve $5bn Facebook fine'

    Media playback is unsupported on your device US regulators have approved a record $5bn (£4bn) fine on Facebook to settle an investigation into data privacy violations, reports in US media say. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been investigating allegations that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained the data of...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Lands In FCC Labs Confirming Design Rumors

    The FCC is frequently the first place where we get a glimpse at real life images of a smartphone before it launches. The devices have to go through the FCC to get the approvals they need to be sold in the U.S., and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ is no...
  • Apple’s Base 2019 MacBook Pro Teardown Reveals Bigger Battery, Worse Upgradability

    Earlier this week, Apple announced a number of updates to its MacBook family including a new entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, a slightly revised MacBook Air, and the axing of the 12-inch MacBook. Today, the teardown experts over at iFixit got their hands on the new base 13-inch MacBook Pro and were able to...
  • Amazon Reportedly Cooking Up 'Vesta' Alexa Home Robot And Premium Echo Speaker

    Sure, you can summon Alexa to order a pizza, but if you want a beer, you will have to get up and march your backside to the refrigerator, and get it yourself. Might that change one day? Who knows, but perhaps things are trending in that direction. There is talk...

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