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All News for November 2017

When we talk about gaming notebooks these days, the majority of the time they are powered by Intel Core processors. However, ASUS is throwing a little bit of variety in the mix with the release of its Republic of Gamers (ROG) Strix GL702ZC laptop... Read more...
Here we go again. In 2016, authorities tried to legally compel Apple to unlock an iPhone model that belonged to one of the terrorists in the San Bernardino shooting that left more than a dozen people dead. Apple resisted, and the Federal Bureau of... Read more...
Intel is getting ready to kick legacy BIOS support to the curb, with future platforms taking full advantage of the UEFI Class 3, the most recent version of UEFI. That is already the case for many Intel systems already shipping. By 2020, Intel wants... Read more...
Apple's Face ID facial scanning biometric security has already been defeated. The last time it was bypassed was using a complex process involving an artist, silicone, and a creepy mask. That security bypass was so elaborate that many didn’t feel as... Read more...
TENAA is the Chinese equivalent of the FCC and every product that goes on sale in the country must get its approval. Just like the FCC, TENAA sometimes leaks many details on products that haven't launched yet. This is exactly what has happened with... Read more...
If you are the proud owner of a OnePlus 3 or OnePlus 3T smartphone, we’ve got a treat of the dark chocolate and sweet creamy filling variety for you today. OnePlus announced this morning that its first official release of Android 8.0 Oreo is now... Read more...
Three years ago, Elon Musk, arguably one of the smartest men on the planet, had an important warning. He equated the rapid development of AI as summoning 'the demon', and it's really not that hard to understand why. It's hard to talk about this kind... Read more...
At its Google I/O conference held this past May, the search and technology giant unveiled a neat new feature which would first roll out to its own Pixel devices. Called Google Lens, this new feature pays a bit of an homage to Google Goggles, a... Read more...
Do you hate how technology has come to rule the day? Are you looking for some peace and quiet during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday madness that is nearly upon us? Do you like...nay, LOVE fried chicken? Then boy, oh boy, does KFC have a product that... Read more...
Minecraft fans have some big updates to look forward to for the game that will be landing next year. At the MINECOIN Earth show a slew of updates were announced and the biggest of them is The Update... Read more...
If you are bummed out that Apple has decided to delay the HomePod speaker until next year sometime, it least looks like Siri will still be getting a new home somewhere other than an iPhone. The iMac Pro is still set to launch in the next month or... Read more...
Apple's latest top-end iPhone may cost a cool $1,000 USD, but that hasn't stopped it from flying off of the shelves and into the hands of those who couldn't imagine not having the best possible... Read more...
High-end flagship smartphones get most of the press and stoke the most geek lust for shoppers. However, there is a substantial portion of smartphone shoppers out there who only want a device that can check email, take decent pics, and hit Facebook... Read more...
About a week ago we talked a bit about the Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 32GB memory kit that operated at 4,333MHz and claimed the title of the world's fastest 4x8 32GB kit. That title lasted only about a week for Corsair because G.SKILL has just... Read more...
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