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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Acer Predator Z35P Curved WQHD 35-inch Monitor Stalks Prey With 100Hz G-SYNC Panel

    Acer is known for its outrageous gaming monitors, and that is even more apparent today with the new Predator Z35P. The company announced that the Predator Z35P is available for pre-order right here in the United States, and that it will hit retail shelves later this month. At its heart...
  • Google DeepMind AlphaGo AI Defeats World Number One Go Master Ke Jie

    A board game like "Go" might not look complicated on the surface to the untrained eye, which could lead the uninformed to believe that it wouldn't be all that difficult for a computer to best a human player in a head-to-head match. We've seen many examples in the past where...
  • Video Subtitle Hack Exploiting VLC, Popcorn Time And Kodi Could Enslave Millions Of Devices, Update Now

    If you’re a regular user of media player apps like VLC, Kodi and Popcorn Time, now is the time to grab the latest update from your software’s developer. Researchers for Check Point has uncovered a new exploit that allows hackers to use subtitles as a sneaky way to take over...
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Iris Scanner Easily Hacked With Contact Lens And Photo Printer

    When the Samsung Galaxy S8 was released earlier this year, it was equipped with a number of security features including facial recognition, an iris scanner and a fingerprint sensor. However, a hacker has discovered that the iris scanner, which has been billed a secure way to lock your device, can...
  • Racetrack Memory products in five years, says IBM fellow

    Racetrack Memory in data storage products could be as little as five years away and will offer capacity to current HDD levels in a smaller form factor and data access times 100x faster than flash. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you...
  • Huawei MateBook X Puts Apple’s MacBook In Its Crosshairs With Kaby Lake Core i7 Power

    Huawei is taking the fight directly to Apple with its new MateBook X. Aimed squarely at the 12-inch MacBook, the MateBook X employs a sleek aluminum frame and a generous 13-inch display with a resolution of 2160×1440 and a screen-to-body ratio of 88 percent thanks to thin 4.4mm bezels. Unlike...
  • Samsung S8 'eye security' fooled by photo

    Samsung's eye-scanning security technology, used on the new Galaxy S8 smartphone, has been fooled with a photograph and a contact lens. The iris-scanner can be used to unlock the phone simply by looking at it, which Samsung says provides "airtight security". But researchers at Chaos Computer Club had easily tricked...
  • North Korea ‘Highly Likely’ Behind Global WannaCry Ransomware Attack Says Symantec

    Now that the dust has settled on a global ransomware outbreak that could have been much worse than it ended up being, we can all breathe a sigh of relieve. Meanwhile, security outfits are busy analyzing the outbreak to uncover as much information as possible about the threat known as...
  • Apple And Nokia End Patent War With Fresh Licensing Agreement

    Apple and Nokia have made nice on a patent dispute, putting an end to what could have been contentious litigation. Nokia had actually sued Apple at the end of last year after failing to convince the Cupertino outfit to renew expiring licensing agreements that were inked back in 2011. At...
  • Rockstar Games Delays Red Dead Redemption 2 Until Spring 2018, Releases New Screenshots

    The long awaited sequel to Red Dead Redemption released in 2010 will not come out this fall as originally planned. Instead, Rockstar Games announced that Red Dead Redemption 2 has been delayed until spring of next year, as it needs additional time to make sure the sequel lives up to...

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