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Trend Micro has been tracking a threat-actor group since early 2021, dubbed Earth Lusca, which is purportedly based out of China. Since that initial discovery, researchers have found the group has utilized increasingly sophisticated infrastructure, tools, techniques, and procedures to advance its goals in... Read more...
Google says its AI assistant Bard is improving with its latest update. The latest Bard model now integrates with Google apps and services to better assist with more helpful responses through Bard Extensions and an enhanced "Google it" button. The tech giant launched Bard Extensions in English yesterday, introducing... Read more...
ASUS and Make A Wish International have clubbed together to launch a special graphics card auction. The highly anticipated ASUS ROG Matrix RTX 4090 is the prize, and a cherry on this deliciously powerful cake is that it bears the gold-inked signature of the NVIDIA CEO, Jensen Huang. As you might expect, proceeds of... Read more...
NASA utilized cameras on two separate lunar orbiters to produce a stunning image of the Moon's darkened South Pole region. The mosaic was created using imagery from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LROC) and NASA's ShadowCam onboard the Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO). As NASA prepares to send humans back... Read more...
The ways we get connected to the Internet are evolving, and the future is most certainly wireless. Qualcomm brought us out to its headquarters in San Diego, California recently for its Wi-Fi 7 Day to learn about new technologies the company is fostering to make these changes possible. Wi-Fi 7 is certainly a key... Read more...
In case you couldn't tell from our coverage, some of us around here—particularly your present author—are big fans of Cyberpunk 2077. That's not only because it's a legitimately great game these days, but also because it is a showcase for the absolute bleeding edge in graphics technology. That will continue to be the... Read more...
The fortune tellers at TrendForce predict that NAND flash memory prices are stabilizing and on track to rebound next quarter. That's good news for suppliers, which are making moves to induce a rebound. For consumers, however, it means SSD pricing is leveling out and could potentially go on an upward swing as we head... Read more...
The thirteenth installment in the long-running Assassin's Creed series, Assassin's Creed Mirage, is due to release on PC, consoles, and iOS (for the iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max) in less than two weeks. For those of you who plan to play the game on PC, Ubisoft has revealed a set of system requirements, including what you'll... Read more...
A new leak has revealed that NVIDIA’s future RTX-50 series graphics cards, more specifically the RTX 5090, could receive as much as a 170% performance increase over its RTX 40-series predecessor. The leak highlights key performance increases in several vital areas of NVIDIA’s next-generation GPU architecture... Read more...
If you read that headline and aren't suitably impressed, let us elaborate. Intel's next launch, looming on the horizon, will be the company's first chiplet-based (or tile-based) processors, codenamed Meteor Lake. Those chips are coming along with an extensive re-branding effort, at least for Intel's mobile... Read more...
Logitech G has unveiled two new variations to the legendary Yeti mic and its Litra Beam LX light for content creators. The latest additions to Logitech G's lineup aim to provide broadcast-style audio and pro-level lighting for creators that all work seamlessly with Logitech's G Hub software. If anyone asks a... Read more...
If it doesn’t come directly from the Google Play Store, do not download or install whatever application it is. This simple rule could protect you from malware such as that from the Transparent Tribe, a suspected Pakistani threat actor who is hiding remote access tool (RAT) features inside another application that... Read more...
You probably already know that AMD's most recent Radeon GPUs are created using chiplets: a single GCD for graphics and compute, and then between three and six MCDs for memory access and caching. Intel hasn't released any consumer GPUs using chiplets yet, but its Datacenter GPU Max—that's the part formerly known as... Read more...
Intel’s Meteor Lake architecture for mobile PCs will be arriving soon and to say that Meteor Lake is the most important shift in Intel’s design and manufacturing approach could be an understatement. In fact, Intel has called Meteor Lake the largest architecture shift in the last 40 years, and it will... Read more...
Last year, NASA's Parker Solar Probe flew through one of the most powerful coronal mass ejections (CMEs) ever recorded. The spacecraft's excursion through the CME gave scientists a new perspective on a 20-year-old theory about the interaction of CMEs with interplanetary dust, which could aid in future space weather... Read more...
Netgear has a new flagship wireless router and it's called the Orbi 970, which is actually a mesh router system based on Wi-Fi 7 (otherwise known as 802.11be). In terms of combined bandwidth, the quad-band Orbi 970 series delivers speeds of up 27Gbps and up to 10,000 square feet of coverage to ensure no dead spots in... Read more...
It took a little while, but the cheaper variant of the ASUS ROG Ally outfitted with a non-Extreme version of the Ryzen Z1 SoC is now available and it costs $100 less than the Ryzen Z1 Extreme model we reviewed in June. The arrival of the less expensive SKU comes in the midst of another Steam Deck sale, though, in... Read more...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was a big hit for Bethesda across all platforms, and one of the biggest was surely Sony's PlayStation 3. While that system had a rough launch compared to the cheaper Xbox 360, by 2011 it had overtaken Microsoft's system in sales, and the PlayStation 4 then dominated the Xbox One. We reckon... Read more...
As some iPhone owners await the arrival of their new and shiny iPhone 15, they will have the opportunity to take iOS 17 for a test drive ahead of receiving their new device starting later this week. Apple's iOS 17 brings new updates to things such as incoming calls, FaceTime, Messages, and AirDrop. To the surprise... Read more...
No matter what, it's clear at this point that the way forward for the semiconductor industry is chiplets, or "tiles" in Intel nomenclature. Piling multiple pieces of a processor onto one package brings a lot of challenges, though. One of those is the assembly of the chiplet package itself. Typically, manufacturers use... Read more...
A snapshot of AMD’s upcoming Ryzen Threadripper 7985WX 64-core Zen 4 CPU was spotted by @yuuuki_ans on Twitter. The image shows the chip listed on some sort of Chinese app or website, featuring a photograph of the chip itself in all of its glory, including its famous orange installation bracket that Threadripper chips... Read more...
Unity is apologizing for the confusion and anger resulting from the company's announcement of its Runtime Fee Policy, stating it will be changing it. However, customers are responding that the damage has been done and that Unity is still left with an egg on its head. Unity tweeted out its apology on X over the... Read more...
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