Latest News - September 2017
- Intel Kills Project Alloy Reference Virtual Reality Headset Program
- Microsoft’s Transatlantic Internet Cable Connects US With Europe At Ludicrous Speed
- PUBG Rails Against Fortnite Battle Royale For Obvious Conflict Of Interest With Epic Games
- Verizon Backpedals After Threatening To Cut Off Rural Wireless Customers
- Lenovo's Retro ThinkPad 25 Laptop Leaks Ahead Of Rumored October Debut
- Broadcom Avago GPS Chip Technology Breakthrough To Deliver Inch-Level Accuracy For Smartphones
- iPhone 8 Back Glass AppleCare+ Replacements Cost Staggering $99 Versus Just $29 For Display
- Uber's License To Operate In London Stripped, Lyft Rideshares Soar
- Google Cloud Compute Engine Now Harnesses NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs With Up To 10x Performance Uplift
- T-Mobile And Sprint Might Announce Merger In October, Forming Formidable Wireless Juggernaut
- Intel Core i7-8700K Coffee Lake CPU Benchmarked With MSI Z370 KRAIT Gaming Motherboard
- iPhone 8 Teardown Highlights Smaller Battery And Snapdragon X16 LTE Modem
- EU Study Hidden For Two Years Concluded That Digital Piracy Doesn't Affect Sales
- CCleaner Malware Attack Was Aimed At Critical Internet Infrastructure Vendors Like Google And Cisco
All News for September 2017
If you were one of the Intel fans looking forward to the Project Alloy VR headset that was to be an open reference design from Intel, the project has been officially cancelled. The reason cited by Intel for not pursuing the project any further was... Read more...
Microsoft is celebrating now that that its undersea cable between the United States and Spain has been completed. The cable is called the Marea subsea cable, with Marea being the Spanish word for tide. Microsoft and partners ran the cable between... Read more...
It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but do not tell that to Bluehole, developer of the popular last-man standing game PlayerUknown's Battlegrounds. After Epic Games announced... Read more...
Earlier this week, we reported that Verizon Wireless had taken the rather unfortunate step of informing 8,500 of its rural subscribers that they would no longer be eligible to receive wireless service. According to Verizon, these customers were... Read more...
For fans of Lenovo's venerable ThinkPad business notebooks, the cat is out the bag with regards to its upcoming model to commemorate the brand's 25th anniversary. A German blog managed to capture images of the ThinkPad 25 in all its stealthy... Read more...
We've all been there when using GPS on our smartphones. You try and use something like Google Maps to navigate to a place you have never been, and all of a sudden, it's hard to tell if you should be... Read more...
It looks as though the higher costs of today’s flagship smartphones are being complemented by repair/replacement costs that are also soaring through the roof. In Apple land, the AppleCare+ extended... Read more...
Controversy is attracted to Uber like flies on you-know-what. The latest evidence of this is a situation in London where Uber will not be allowed to operate after September 30, 2017. In a somewhat unusual move, Transport for London (TfL) said it... Read more...
Google has been promising to upgrade its cloud platform with NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs, and now it has gone and done it. The upgraded hardware is available to customers in beta form, while NVIDIA's K80... Read more...
We've been hearing rumors about a potential T-Mobile/Sprint merger for months, but the word on the street is that a deal is right around the corner. In fact, a new report out today suggests that... Read more...
Even though Intel just finished showing off a Cannon Lake wafer for the first time, the more immediate release on the desktop is Coffee Lake, a sort of stop-gap solution to satiate users who are pining for something new. Having already launched in... Read more...
The iPhone 8 is out and that means it is time for a teardown. To ensure a timely dissection of Apple's latest generation smartphone, the technology surgeons at iFixIt hopped on a plane and headed to the Circuitwise headquarters in Sydney, Australia... Read more...
It's hard for many of us to trust the studies that seem to come out on a daily basis covering a variety of topics. You can find studies on the same subject that come down on completely different sides of the topic depending on who funded them. You... Read more...
Researchers have still been working their way through the hack that resulted in the very popular CCleaner security app being used as a host for malware. The initial attack was thought by many to have... Read more...