Latest News - February 2017
- Apple’s Spaceship Campus ‘Apple Park’ Opens To Employees In April Completing Steve Jobs' Vision
- Microsoft Issues Emergency Adobe Flash Update Following Unprecedented Patch Tuesday Delay
- Galaxy S8 Leak Highlights On-Screen Buttons And DeX Desktop Dock
- AMD Demos Ryzen 7 Benchmarks Smoking Intel, Reveals Chip Details, Clock Speeds, And Pricing
- Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon X20 Second Generation Gigabit Class LTE Modem
- UPS Tests Drone Package Deliveries To Residential Customers, Forecasts Millions In Cost Savings
- Dell Inspiron 15 7000 4K Gaming Laptop for $900, XPS 8900 Core i7 Desktop For $600 And More
- Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones Could Be Sold In India And Vietnam
- Blizzard Putting Kibosh On Windows XP And Windows Vista Support Later This Year
- Super Nerd Appears To Hack His Porsche 911 To Play Doom As The Controller
- Nintendo Switch Retail Game Packaging Is A Monumental Waste Of Space And Plastic
- Verizon Confirms $350 Million Discount On Yahoo Purchase Following Embarrassing Data Breaches
- AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Thrashes $1,000 Intel Core i7-5960X In Latest Benchmark Leak
- EU Remains Skeptical Of Microsoft's Windows 10 Privacy Controls And Data Collection Policies
All News for February 2017
Apple is nearing completion of its spaceship campus, which first began construction over two years ago. Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs spoke before the Cupertino, California city council in June 2011 to get the ball rolling for the new Apple headquarters, which today has been officially christened “Apple... Read more...
For over 13 years, Microsoft has been issuing monthly security updates for Windows on what is known as Patch Tuesday, typically the second Tuesday of every month. This month's update would have fell on Valentine's Day, except that Microsoft did something highly unusual—it delayed the Patch Tuesday rollout following... Read more...
New pictures and clipart images purporting to show Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 handset have emerged. They supposedly originate from an unnamed tipster who performed a system dump on an unannounced Galaxy Tab S3. The pictures are not labeled, but assuming they are in fact real, the pictures are consistent with... Read more...
AMD President and CEO, Dr. Lisu Su, took to the stage at AMD’s Ryzen Tech Day and opened the event with some official speeds, feeds, pricing information, and benchmark scores from the company’s upcoming Ryzen series processors. To date, we’ve seen a number of leaks with related data and benchmarks, but the numbers and... Read more...
It was right around this time a year ago when Qualcomm introduced the X16 LTE, its first LTE Advanced Pro modem supporting up to 1Gbps downloads. Fast forward to today and Qualcomm says it's begun sampling its Snapdragon X20, the company's second-generation gigabit LTE chipset with faster downlink performance and... Read more...
Shippers like UPS and FedEx are looking for new ways to make the package delivery process more efficient as volume and costs increase across the board. For its part, UPS just showed off a new drone delivery system in Tampa, Florida that will allow the company to potentially reap millions of dollars in savings The... Read more...
Welcome back for the latest installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming notebook, a Core i7-based Dell XPS 8900 desktop, and more. Full details for all of today’s deals are available below. For more gaming, visit the... Read more...
We thought that we had heard the last of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, but it looks as though the story just won’t die. When we last visited the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung confirmed that the smartphone’s fiery temper was the result of irregularly-sized batteries and other manufacturing irregularities. While the cause of the... Read more...
Blizzard will soon be turning a cold shoulder to users who are still running Windows Vista or Windows XP. Starting sometime later this year, Blizzard said it begin the process of ending support for both legacy operating systems in several of its popular games, including World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo II... Read more...
Modding a Porsche 911 to serve as the controller while playing the original Doom game on the car's infotainment system sounds like a really bad idea. The same is true of modding any vehicle to be the controller for game, but it sounds especially dangerous for a sporty vehicle. That might be one reason why nobody's... Read more...
If for whatever reason you want to make an environmentalist cry, just show them a Nintendo Switch game box with a tiny cartridge still nestled inside. The reason that would be frightening to them is because Nintendo is wasting a lot of space and plastic materials on game cartridges, which take up just a sliver of the... Read more...
Verizon has made it official -- the company today revealed that it has mutually agreed to lower its purchase price of Yahoo by $350 million, bringing the total value of the deal down to $4.48 billion in cash. This follows a report from last week, which indicated that Verizon was seeking a $250 million to $350 million... Read more...
Whether or not Ryzen ends up returning AMD to its former glory in the enthusiast market remains to be seen, but the good news for folks hoping for some competition in the high-end sector is that leak after leak suggest Ryzen is the real deal. We've seen a spattering of encouraging benchmarks, the newest of which has... Read more...
It looks as though Microsoft just can’t catch a break when it comes to the privacy settings incorporated into Windows 10. The company came under fire shortly after the launch of the operating system during the summer of 2015 over concerns that personal information was being beamed back to the mothership in Redmond... Read more...