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All News for July 2018

It has been an interesting year for HTC, to say the least. The company recently announced that the company will be laying off 1,500 employees or a little under 25% of its worldwide workforce. The layoffs are reportedly part of HTC’s “strategic adjustment of its workforce.” The 1,500 affected employees are from... Read more...
Intel appears to be lining up a new family of NUC small-form factor PCs, and they will reportedly be available in five separate SKUs. The NUCs will feature processors based on Intel's Coffee Lake-U architecture in Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 variants – all with 28W TDPs. This news comes courtesy of FanlessTech... Read more...
When Intel initially released its Optane Memory line-up, it was one of the most potent and effective storage acceleration products available, right out of the gate. Due to its 3D Xpoint memory technology, which enables consistent, low-latency, high-speed data transfers at low-queue depths, Intel’s Optane Memory... Read more...
In an excited email to employees, Tesla founder and chief executive officer Elon Musk wrote, "We did it!!," making sure to add an extra exclamation point for emphasis. What Tesla did, according to Musk's email, is finally achieve the automaker's goal of producing 5,000 Model 3 electric vehicles in a single week... Read more...
If you thought that cutting the cord would absolve you from the price hike tomfoolery that has become commonplace in the cable/satellite TV industry; guess again. Some of the most popular streaming TV services for cord-cutters are raising prices, and AT&T's DirecTV Now is the latest to hop on that bandwagon.  All... Read more...
If the only thing that has been holding you back from picking up a OnePlus 6 handset is the lack of a red color option, you are in luck. Following the success of the OnePlus 5T Lava Red edition, OnePlus has decided to now offer a red version of its OnePlus 6, which it apparently put a lot of time and energy into narrowing down the exact shade Read more...
Usually when Samsung releases a new flagship phone, most of the attention is focused on the raw performance upgrades and camera improvements. When the Galaxy Note 9 arrives, however, expect a fair amount of hype on the S Pen. Samsung teased as much when it sent out a closeup shot of the upcoming S Pen in a recent... Read more...
After five years hidden from the scrutiny of Wall Street oversight, Dell is ready to re-emerge from its confines as a privately held company. The company went private in order to undertake a massive turnaround plan amid a wildly changing computing market, but now is ready to return as a public entity and as an even stronger force in the Tech Read more...
More second generation Ryzen processors are headed to the desktop, and in particularly there have been leaks centered around the Ryzen 5 2500X and Ryzen 3 2300X, both of which made an appearance on Geekbench earlier this month. Now a new batch of benchmarks have shown up for the latter part, along with a few... Read more...
A new attack that takes advantage of flaws that are inherent to LTE technology has surfaced called aLTEr. The exploit was discovered by an international team of security researchers and is able to redirect users to hostile websites. The exploit works in part by taking advantage of the fact that there is no integrity... Read more...
Muscle car fans were giddy last week when Dodge announced the 2019 Challenger lineup as there are several high-performance models in the mix. The loss of the Demon for the 2019 model year will make some fans sad, but the new SRT Hellcat Redeye almost makes up for it. Dodge gave us specs on that Redeye and the other... Read more...
Microsoft has been on a discounting spree with its Surface Pro laptop, which broke onto the tech scene in its current iteration back in 2017. When we last visited, Microsoft was knocking $200 off across-the-board on the Surface Pro family. Now, the company is discounting a bundle that includes a Core i5 processor, 8GB... Read more...
To the delight of anyone who's been eying a new graphics card for a while, there seems to be a definitive end in sight to the price-gouging supply/demand effect in the GPU market. In recent months, mining has seemingly died down quite a bit, as a result of cryptocurrency values likewise taking a major turn for the... Read more...
A Japanese company is doing something that will help people feel better about going out in a crowd. No one wants to go out in public smelly, but some people can’t seem to tell when they stink. A company called Tanita has a new gadget going on sale this month that is designed to smell your stink for you and assign it a... Read more...
Fortnite had a special event yesterday that saw the launch of a rocket in game. Nearly everyone was standing around looking at the sky to see the spectacle. It was sort of like that old Coke commercial where everyone is singing and holding hands. However, some Fortnite gamers saw this as an opportunity to wreck people... Read more...
Microsoft is in the midst of refreshing its Surface hardware family for 2019, and one of the rumors going around is that the Surface team is working on a dual-screen device codenamed Andromeda. In the wake of these rumors, some unofficial renders have started appearing on the web, showing what Andromeda could possibly... Read more...
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