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Latest News - June 2017
- Porsche 911 GT2 RS Delivers 700 Horsepower Knockout Punch, 211 MPH Top Speed
- Petya Malware Authors Sought Malicious Data Destruction In Cyberattack Over Monetary Gains
- Sony Joins Retro Revival With Vinyl Record Production To Resume Early Next Year
- Charter Tests $20/Month Spectrum Stream Live TV Service For Cord Cutters
- Apple iPad Pro A10X SoC Is Built On TSMC 10nm FinFET Process With Much Smaller Die
- HP Brings AMD Ryzen PRO Muscle To EliteDesk 705 G3 Series Workstations
- Blizzard’s StarCraft: Remastered To Fiercely Maintain Classic Experience With 4K Graphics, Arrives 8/14
- Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 'Master Trials' DLC Now Unlocked On Nintendo Switch And Wii U
- Google Play Store 8.0 Update Rolls Out With Summer Sale Discounts On Movies, Apps And Games
- OnePlus Acknowledges 'Jelly Scrolling' Effect On OnePlus 5, Says It Is Perfectly Normal
- LG X Charge Could Be A Battery Life Champ With 4500mAh Power Plant And 5.5-Inch FHD Display
- Leaked Nintendo Switch SDK Reveals Save Data Transfers And Guest Login Incoming
- AMD EPYC 7601 CPU Hammers SiSoft Sandra Benchmark Database With 32 Cores And 64 Threads
- Motorola Moto Z2 Play Available Today, New Moto Mods Incoming
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All News for June 2017
Porsche is no stranger to rip-roarious supercars; just look at the German marque’s 918 Spyder, which pumps out a combined 887 horsepower and a staggering 944 lb-ft of torque courtesy of its hybrid powertrain. On a slightly more “sane” level, there’s the 997 911 GT2 RS, which launched in 2011 with 612 horsepower and a... Read more...
Over the past few years, one of the most prevalent types of malware has been ransomware - an infection that automatically locks down your sensitive data, and then makes you buy it back with your hard-earned cash. In May, one of the hardest-hitting ransomware strikes occurred, via the appropriately named WannaCry. Now... Read more...
What is old is new again. For the first time in thirty years, Sony Music Entertainment will produce vinyl records. Production will resume by March 2018. Record production will begin again at a plant in Japan's Shizuoka Prefecture. Sony installed record-cutting equipment this past February at a recording studio in... Read more...
With more and more Americans getting fed up with their cable or satellite TV packages creeping up in price month after month, many have decided to cut the cord in favor of over-the-air television, streaming services or “skinny TV” bundles. Charter is testing out a new service called Spectrum Stream for a select... Read more...
If you ask Apple about its recently refreshed 10.5-inch iPad Pro tablet, the Cupertino outfit will tell you that it is more powerful than most PC laptops, a bold claim to be sure. That is largely due to the custom A10X Fusion processor that is tucked inside. It is actually a pretty impressive piece of silicon, and one... Read more...
Yesterday, AMD announced its new Ryzen PRO family of processors, which feature the multi-core performance muscle of the Zen microarchitecture along with built-in security features. AMD has already begun shipping the new processors to its OEM partners, and one of the first to deploy Ryzen PRO will be Hewlett-Packard... Read more...
Blizzard’s StarCraft: Remastered To Fiercely Maintain Classic Experience With 4K Graphics, Arrives 8/14
Blizzard is remaking one of the most popular games ever to grace the PC, and one that is largely responsible for Battle.net online service. We are of course talking about StarCraft, the best selling game of 1998. It is especially popular in South Korea, though it has a rabid fan base in all corners of the globe. Those... Read more...
Are you itching to explore more of Hyrule? The Master Trials DLC pack, the first expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, is now available for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U. The Master Trials DLC pack includes a harder difficulty mode, in which games can be saved in their own separate slots. There are... Read more...
Silly human, did you really think you would spend this summer lounging at the beach and frolicking at the park? Pshaw! Maybe that is what regular people do, but geeks like us, we take advantage of numerous sales and then bask in the warm glow of our PC monitors! It is not our fault—blame Steam for its Summer Sale... Read more...
OnePlus chose the tagline "Never Settle" for its newly minted OnePlus 5 smartphone, though it is not without irony. That is because OnePlus is trying to sweep an annoying issue under the rug, thereby basically telling its customers to settle for a quirk that is not present on other smartphones, including previous... Read more...
If you want a smartphone that can last all day on a charge, and don’t necessarily care about having the all latest high-end features, LG has a new phone that might be right up your alley. Appropriately named the X Charge, the mid-range smartphone’s claim to fame is its monstrous 4,500 mAh battery. For comparison... Read more...
One of the most highly-requested features for the Nintendo Switch is something that arguably should have been included from the beginning (and is already possible with previous Nintendo handhelds) — the ability to transfer game save data to another device. In its current state, if your Switch has a major hardware... Read more...
It feels a little weird to write about performance results for AMD's EPYC processors and not have to tie the word "leak" into it. As we covered just last week, AMD has finally unleashed its hugely anticipated EPYC processor line for the server market, and to say it's long overdue would be a gross... Read more...
Motorola announced the new Moto Z2 Play four weeks ago, and the new mid-range Android smartphone is now available to purchase. However, we hope that you like Verizon Wireless’ service, because that’s the only place where you’ll be able to find the smartphone… for now. Verizon customers can grab the phone for $0... Read more...