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  • Razer Sharpens Blade Stealth Laptop With 8th Gen Intel Core, Launches Core V2 GPU Enclosure

    Razer's Blade Stealth gaming notebook is receiving a significant upgrade today, and the boost is coming courtesy of Intel's 8th generation Core processors. In this case, the 13.3-inch notebook is packing the Core i7-8550U, which features 4 physical cores capable of executing 8 threads. The Core i7-8550U has a base...
  • Former Microsoft Employees Say Company Kept Mum About A Secret Database Hack In 2013

    Hacking happens all the time, and when it affects a large number of people, companies typically disclose the breach. Not always, of course, sometimes not even in a timely manner. As it pertains to Microsoft, something a little different occurred several years ago. Several former employees say a sophisticated hacking...
  • Microsoft unveils Surface Book 2

    Microsoft has just taken the wraps off the Surface Book 2, the second generation of its powerful premium notebook, featuring an eight-generation Intel processor and a new larger size. Launched two years ago as a first-party Microsoft alternative to the MacBook Pro, the Surface Book gained popularity among Windows fans...
  • HP Envy x360 Convertible With Ryzen 5 2500U APU And Vega Mobile Leaked

    AMD took the PC market by storm earlier this year with its Zen-based processor families. We've seen Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 processors for the mainstream market, and Ryzen Threadripper for enthusiasts. Zen has even filtered into the enterprise market with EPYC processors. One market where Zen hasn't...
  • Garmin Speak Brings Navigation With The Power Of Amazon Alexa To Your Car

    Sometimes it seems like Amazon is trying to take over the world, and a big part of that plan involves Alexa, the company's digital assistant found in its Echo smart speaker products. Alexa is also found in some third-party gear, the newest of which is a hands-free, turn-by-turn navigation product...
  • Some Pixel Users Can't Receive Texts, Google Working On Emergency Patch

    One the primary benefits to owning a Google-branded phone is that new versions of Android are made available immediately, as opposed to waiting for a third-party manufacturer to customize and qualify the code. Unfortunately for some owners of Google's first generation Pixel phones, this perk turned into sideways with the...
  • Colliers dumps Flexpods for Nutanix and Cohesity hyper-converged

    Commercial property firm Colliers International has deployed Cohesity secondary storage and backup as support for a complete replacement of existing converged server/storage systems with Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You...
  • Netflix Will Devote $8 Billion To 2018 Programming Budget, Focus On Original Content

    Netflix is set to spend a massive amount of money on original content next year with a budget that puts many networks to shame. The streaming media giant confirmed during its Q3 earnings report yesterday that it would be spending $8 billion on new content for 2018. That massive budget...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Launches With 40% Performance Boost And Quick Charge 4

    Qualcomm has announced a new SoC called the Snapdragon 636, and it is aimed squarely at the heart of the mid-range market. The SoC has custom Kryo 260 processing cores promising a 40 percent performance improvement over the current Snapdragon 630. The Snapdragon 636 platform will support ultra-wide FHD+ displays and...
  • Google removes cupcake calorie counter from Maps

    Google has decided to remove an update to Maps that shows users how many calories they would burn if they walked to their destination. It follows what the search giant described as "strong user feedback" with many criticising the feature as patronising, shaming and a possible trigger for eating disorders...

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