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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Here Are A Bunch Of StarCraft 2 Cheats For Single Player Domination

    For lots of gamers out there, after the fun of competition in single-player modes of games like StarCraft II wanes, it's time to break out some cheats and get down to dominating that AI. StarCraft II players have a slew of cheats to enjoy that they might not be aware...
  • Microsoft Working On A Fix For Major Chrome Browser Battery Drain

    When Microsoft decided to move its browser to Chromium, significant changes were bound to happen with Microsoft working on code for Chromium. One of the things that Microsoft is working on improving for Chromium is battery life for devices when users are working away from an outlet. A new experimental...
  • Bought A Nintendo Switch Recently? Here’s How To Get The New Upgraded Model Free

    You might be kicking yourself for having recently purchased a Nintendo Switch console, only to find out Nintendo is now shipping revised models with longer battery life. D'oh! The easiest solution is to return your Switch and purchase a newer SKU, but if a retailer is giving you grief, Nintendo...
  • 2.5 Geeks Podcast 8/16/19: AMD vs Intel, Custom Radeon Navi GPUs, Ice Lake Benchmarks, EPYC & More!

    On this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast, Marco and Dave discuss our AMD vs Intel Architecture IPC Shootout evaluation, PowerColor's custom Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil Navi graphics card we have here on review, Intel 10nm Ice Lake Benchmarks, BEAST 64-core AMD EPYC processors, Toshiba's tiny BG4 SSD...
  • Serious Bluetooth Security Vulnerability Could Leave Millions Of Devices Open To Attacks

    Is your Bluetooth connection secure? Researchers recently discovered a Bluetooth vulnerability that could allow hackers to intercept and manipulate a user’s communications. The researchers tested and found seventeen vulnerable Bluetooth chips in devices from companies such as Intel, Apple, Lenovo, and Qualcomm. The findings were presented at the USENIX Security...
  • Epic Explains Why It Added Overpowered Mechs To Fortnite, But Will Gamers Be Satisfied?

    If you've been following the Fortnite scene for the past few weeks, then you know what the hot topic of discussion is right now. We of course are talking about the B.R.U.T.E. mechs that were introduced in Season 10. These two-person war machines are outfitted with sturdy armor, shotguns, missile launchers...
  • 85 Sneaky Adware Apps Racked Up 8 Million Cumulative Downloads From Google Play

    It seems as though every few weeks that we hear about a new Android malware or adware scheme that has invaded the Google Play Store. Unfortunately, we today have to report on yet another adware scheme that was uncovered by the security gurus over at Trend Micro.  The adware has been identified...
  • Oh Great, Microsoft's Important Windows 10 Update Might Be Causing Some PCs To Crash

    Due to the inclusion of some important security patches, it is in your best interest to apply Microsoft's latest Patch Tuesday update as soon as possible. At the same time, some users have reported issues getting it to install, while others are blaming the update for borking their PC, saying...
  • Microsoft Downplays Rumors Of Streaming-Only Xbox Project Scarlett Gaming Console

    Do not hold your breath waiting for a version of Project Scarlett built exclusively for streaming. Xbox boss Phil Spencer threw cold water on what was becoming a hot rumor, fueled in large part by comments he previously made regarding the company's future console plans. As it stands, Project Scarlett...
  • How to deploy NVMe flash storage for artificial intelligence

    Artificial intelligence (AI) applications are inherently data-intensive, with multiple reads and writes to the file system. And, at the outset, the AI algorithm absorbs tremendous amounts of training data as it learns the parameters of its job. Once that is done, your AI system then diligently performs its task, but...

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