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  • Windows 10 Mail Is Randomly Nuking Gmail Emails But Here Are Some Quick Fixes

    In the rush to plug up security holes and introduce new features, it is not uncommon for Microsoft's updates to inadvertently break things. We have covered numerous instances of this over the past several weeks. Here is one more you can add to the pile—there is an apparent bug in...
  • Acer Predator X25 G-SYNC Gaming Monitor Cranks Ultra-Fast 360MHz Refresh Rate

    The refresh rate wars are getting to be insane these days with gaming monitors, and Acer is throwing its hat into the ring again with its new Predator X25. As its name implies, the monitor measures 25 inches diagonally, but its claim to fame is no doubt the dizzying 360Hz...
  • Microsoft Confirms Recent Windows 10 Updates Are Causing LSASS Failures And Reboots

    Microsoft's team of software engineers have plenty to keep themselves busy with, following recent updates to Windows 10. There are numerous issues affecting the May 2020 Update for Windows 10, but also a handful of problems introduced by separate security patches rolled out this month. One of them is causing...
  • NVIDIA Launches First DirectX 12 Ultimate Game Ready Drivers For GeForce RTX Family

    Back in March Microsoft announced DirectX 12 Ultimate, which is the latest in a long line of application program interfaces (API) that has served as the middleman between the games you play and the high-end gaming hardware that you have installed in your system. DirectX 12 Ultimate is being billed...
  • Facial recognition to 'predict criminals' sparks row over AI bias

    A US university's claim it can use facial recognition to "predict criminality" has renewed debate over racial bias in technology. Harrisburg University researchers said their software "can predict if someone is a criminal, based solely on a picture of their face". The software "is intended to help law enforcement prevent...
  • Amazon Rumored To Add Live TV For Prime Video Customers

    Multiple job listings spotted over the last few weeks suggest that Amazon is looking to add 24/7 live television programming to the popular Prime Video service. Rumors suggest that the new channels may include live news, music, and sports, along with scheduled movies and TV shows. An anonymous industry insider...
  • UK's internet use surges to new highs during lockdown

    UK adults spent a quarter of their waking day online during lockdown - a record high, according to Ofcom. During April, adults spent an average of four hours a day online, up from three-and-a-half in September 2019, the communications watchdog said. And seven in 10 people made video calls at...
  • TEAMGROUP And ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance Launch A New Line Of SSDs For Gamers

    ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance has teamed up with TEAMGROUP to design some new storage products that are available for gamers. The new storage products include the T-FORCE CARDEA II TUF Gaming Alliance M.2 SSD and the T-FORCE Delta TUF Gaming Alliance RGB Gaming SSD. Both of the storage devices have...
  • SoftIron aims at data too valuable for commodity storage

    The rise of cloud storage, hybrid cloud and software-defined storage have all contributed to a sense that hardware is no longer what is important. In other words, it’s the data that’s precious, while the processing is disposable. One company that aims to carve out a hardware-centred niche in all that...
  • Apple Mac computers make jump to its own chips

    Apple has confirmed it will transition its Mac laptop and desktop computers to its own ARM-based processors. The move means that Macs will run on the same type of chips as the firm's iPhones and iPads, rather than Intel's. Intel had faced problems manufacturing its own designs, leading it to...

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