Latest News - November 2017
- UPDATE: Apple Releases Patch For Embarrassing MacOS High Sierra Admin Access Exploit
- MIT Desktop 3D Printer Technology Cranks Out Builds Up To 10X Faster Than Other Rigs
- Apple Countersues Qualcomm Alleging Patent Infringement In Snapdragon Processors
- Google Promises Fix For Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL LTE Random Reboot Bug
- Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Live Stream Canceled So Bungie Can Address Gamer Outrage
- How To Remove HP Touchpoint Analytics Spyware That’s Installing On PCs Without Permission
- 2019 Corvette ZR1 Goes Topless For The Ultimate 755 Horsepower, 200 MPH Mid-Life Crisis
- 2018 Jeep Wrangler Sheds Weight And Gains Tech Gear While Retaining Iconic Design
- Windows 10 Sets Run Apps In A Slick Tabbed Browser Multitasking Environment For Powerful Content Organization
- Intel Pits Xeon Scalable Against AMD EPYC In Server Processor Benchmark Showdown
- HDMI 2.1 Spec Officially Released With Support For 10K Video Resolution
- Google AI Can Detect Creepers Sneaking Looks At Your Smartphone Screen
- Intel 8th Gen Core Mobile Performance Review: Kaby Lake R Explored
- Waymo Self-Driving Car Fleet Hits 4 Million Miles On The AI Odometer
All News for November 2017
Updated November 29th at 11:52am Apple has issued a patch for the macOS High Sierra security exploit, less than 24 hours after it was made public. It is addressed in Security Update 2017-001, which Apple encourages all macOS High Sierra users to download immediately. Apple describes the security incident... Read more...
Most consumers do not own a 3D printer, though perhaps one day that will change. For now, 3D printing at home remains a niche obsession, however the barriers of entry have started to come down with some models focusing on ease-of-use and others aiming for relatively low price points. Some combine both. One thing that... Read more...
The legal bickering between Apple and Qualcomm shows no signs of backing down. When we last visited the battlefield earlier this month, Qualcomm sued Apple, alleging that the company shared confidential baseband source code with Intel. Now, Apple is firing back with a countersuit of its own, and it goes right after... Read more...
Owners of Google's flagship Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices can't seem to catch a break. It seems there has been one annoying issue after another, such as the distracting, high-pitched buzzing sounds that some users observed emanating from the earpiece, and inaccurate battery life estimates, to name a couple recent... Read more...
Many Destiny 2 gamers are not particularly happy with how the title turned out and they have been making a stink about it. Bungie caught a whiff and as a result has decided to cancel today's livestream showcasing the game's upcoming expansion, Curse of Osiris. It was to be the third and last livestream promoting the... Read more...
Some HP laptop customers are outraged over the discovery a piece of hidden software that is getting installed and running without their consent. It is a Windows telemetry serviced called HP Touchpoint Analytics Client that harvests telemetry information that is used by HP Touchpoint's analytical services. it seems to... Read more...
It's good to be the king! Just over two weeks ago, General Motors officially pulled the wraps off the scintillating 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (days after it had leaked to the internet). Now, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the convertible version of the vehicle made a surprise appearance. This marks the first-ever... Read more...
Jeep has let slip everything you might want to know about the new JL Wrangler ahead of its official launch. The new JL Wrangler looks much like the outgoing JK Wrangler it replaces, but it is heavily changed from that outgoing model. The key takeaway here is that the JL Wrangler is said to be vastly improved both on... Read more...
Windows 10 Sets Run Apps In A Slick Tabbed Browser Multitasking Environment For Powerful Content Organization
Microsoft is looking to put a new spin on the windowed multitasking workflow that we've all become used too over the past three decades. Browser makers figured out a long time ago that we can be more productive with a tabbed interface for the sometimes dozens of websites that we might frequent on a daily basis... Read more...
Intel recently touted an array of benchmarks comparing its latest Xeon Scalable Processors (Skylake-SP) in a two-socket configuration to the performance of a similarly configured 2P Xeon E5026xx v4 (Broadwell-EP) system and a competing dual socket AMD EPYC 7601-based system. In discussing the benchmarks, however... Read more...
The HDMI 2.1 standard was officially announced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017). Today, the HDMI Forum has announced that it has officially released the specifications that will eventually be incorporated into next generation televisions and computing devices. Critically, the HDMI 2.1... Read more...
We all hate that feeling -- the feeling that someone has their unwanted eyeballs glued to your smartphone. Whether you're flipping through private pictures on your smartphone or typing out a text with the expansive 6.2-inch display on your Galaxy S8+, you've likely no doubt caught a "creeper" at some point who then... Read more...
Intel’s newest 8th generation Core processors are here and have delivered promising early results in our initial tests on the desktop, and more recently in Dell's XPS 13 laptop. The biggest change with Intel's 8th Gen Core Mobile processors comes by way of doubled core counts. This makes many of this new... Read more...
Waymo, a division of Google's parent company Alphabet, continues to accelerate its self-driving car efforts by racking up millions of miles on public roads. The official tally now stands at 4 million miles, of which 1 million of those were accumulated in the past six months alone. In the early going, it took a full 18... Read more...