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DJI is a company most known for making aerial drones at multiple price points to suit a wide range of customers. Last November the company announced a new pocket camera called the Osmo Pocket. DJI has now added a new product to that Osmo line with the launch of the Osmo Action camera aimed directly at the GoPro line... Read more...
It has been well over a decade since World of Warcraft (WoW) first burst onto the PC gaming scene, however, the most recent WoW Battle for Azeroth expansion landed back in late 2017. In its heyday, WoW was a massive game with millions of players, and it first crossed the 12 million player threshold in October... Read more...
There's no question that Apple is working on its own in-house modem that will be used in future iPhones and iPads (and potentially MacBooks). The company has been hiring scores of engineers and expanding its presence in San Diego, which just so happens to be where Qualcomm HQ is located. With this in mind, it may... Read more...
Motorola is expanding its smartphone family once again, this time with the announcement of the One Vision. As its name implies, this smartphone is running Google's pared down Android One operating system. The One Vision breaks away from the design themes that we've seen from previous "One" smartphones and does away... Read more...
The United States and People’s Republic of China have been engaged in a trade war for the last few years. The US is reportedly about to take this battle to the next level. President Trump will likely sign an executive order this week that would prohibit telecommunications companies from using equipment from companies... Read more...
One of the definite perks of gaming on PC is that adding to your catalog of games is potentially less expensive than it is on console. Frequent sales on Steam lessen the hit to your wallet or purse, or at least you can snag more for your money. So with that in mind, when is the next sale? The annual Steam Summer Sale... Read more...
We could be in for a delightfully wild ride in graphics once Computex and E3 roll around, or perhaps shortly thereafter. AMD will kick things off with a new round of graphics cards based on its Navi GPU architecture, and those could be interesting in and of themselves. Where things could truly heat up, however, is... Read more...
For the few of you who are still clinging to Windows XP, there is a new security update available. That's right, Microsoft has issued a rare patch for the defunct operating system, along with a few other versions of Windows, to protect against a 'wormable' exploit that could spread from infected PC to infected PC in a... Read more...
Enterprise-class solid state drives used to be rare beasts that commanded heavy price premiums over their more common, consumer oriented counterparts. As leading SSD and Flash memory manufacturers have evolved their processes and technologies, however, availability and pricing for many enterprise-class solid... Read more...
Are you tired of all the Ryzen 3000 leaks yet? We hope not, because there is another one in the lead up to Computex, where AMD is expected to unveil its next-generation processors based on its 7-nanometer Zen 2 CPU architecture. This latest leak involves a 12-core/24-thread model, which if priced right, could be the... Read more...
AMD's 7nm Zen 2 processors are fast approaching, with a launch expected later this month at Computex 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan. With this in mind, motherboards supporting the new consumer-centric Ryzen 3000 processors are starting to leak to the web. Just a few days ago, we saw the Biostar X570 Racing GT8 make an... Read more...
The Apple App Store is regarded as being more a lot more secure than Google Play, but it's not perfect. An app was discovered last month that had bypassed Apple's security and was spying on users. Now, cybersecurity experts are worried that more unsecure apps might be sold to Apple customers after a Supreme Court... Read more...
Owners of the original Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones who have devices that were manufactured before January 4, 2017, may get some money from Google. Google has agreed to a proposed settlement for a class action lawsuit that was brought by owners of the original Pixel devices who claim they were sold devices... Read more...
Another day, another disclosure of a new side-channel exploit affecting modern PC processors. This time around, we're talking about ZombieLoad, which takes advantage of vulnerabilities specific to Intel processors. At its heart, ZombieLoad is reminiscent of Meltdown, Spectre and Foreshadow, which we have all... Read more...
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