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  • AMD Surpass Intel In Monthly Revenue Sales - AMD has reached a milestone, falling second to Intel's CPU's for over a decade AMD has smashed their way through to the front with their flagship CPU Thread ripper. The data that has been pulled up from "Newegg" of Germany, Mindfactory.de shows both Ryzen and Threadripper CPU's surpassing that of Intel's over a wide spread of several months. This just reinforces the fact that Intel were scrambaled with the AMD's launch back into the market, showing that they can actually make CPU's that can compete and even surpass that of an 'i' series. The Ryzen Threadripper 1950X flew past that of which Intel could offer with a 45% gap, in return we saw an announcement by Intel showing off their new 8th Gen CPU's as well as their Ice Lake CPU's.
  • NVIDIA GeForce 1040 Graphics Coming Soon to Laptops - There aren't a lot of details about the new graphics solution yet, but odds are that it'll be based on the same architecture as NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1050/1060/1070/1080 yet feature fewer CUDA cores (the current entry-level model has 640 cores, while the highest-performance model has 2560). I have no idea how it will compare to the more recently released GeForce MX150, though (which has 384 CUDA cores and 2GB of RAM). As for the Lenovo IdeaPad 320S, it's a 15.6-inch laptop with a Core i5-8250U quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a 1920x1080 pixel display.
  • Microsoft Surface Laptop Review - The Surface Laptop is highly configurable, with options including i5 or i7 processors, up to 16Gb of RAM and a 1Tb SSD. Be prepared to really pay for the higher end options, which can be particularly expensive. The Surface Laptop is not yet listed in the Microsoft Singapore online store, though our model is listed elsewhere for $1299 USD, which is a decent price for this spec.
  • Lenovo Legion Y920 review: A gaming laptop with few compromises - It includes an unlocked Intel Core i7-7820HK processor, and it's VR-ready due to the 8GB Nvidia GeForce 1070 GPU. It packs 16GB RAM, along with a 512GB SSD and 1TB SSD. The 17.3-inch 1080p display supports Nvidia's G-Sync, and the JDL speakers include Dolby Home Theater.
  • Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be available October 17 - Microsoft has officially announced that the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be arriving on October 17. The update, which will launch roughly six months after the first, contains a number of fresh features in addition to the usual bug fixes and security patches. A new feature called Timeline allows users to go back to a certain date and time and restore running processes from that time. This can make it easier to pick up working where you left off a few hours ago or even several days ago. OneDrive is also receiving an overhaul to bring Files On-Demand. Folders and files will be able to selectively be downloaded so that local disk space will not be eaten up by rarely used data. For those wondering about the now obsolete Windows Movie Maker, a new app called Story Remix will serve as a replacement to provide basic multimedia creation and editing. Images and videos can be dropped in, rearranged and easily turned into a suitable output format.
  • SanDisk Debuts 400 GB MicroSD Memory Card for Phones - SanDisk today introduced a microSD card with a capacity of 400 GB. It has more storage than any other mobile memory card, according to SanDisk. Any device capable of supporting 2 TB cards can handle the new option from SanDisk. The card is capable of containing more than 40 hours of full HD video and it features fast transfer speeds of up to 100 Mbps. The card meets the A1 App Performance Class spec, which means Android device owners can store and run large applications, such as games, from the card without worrying about performance. At the same time, SanDisk updated tis Memory Zone mobile app, which people can use to manage their device and memory card storage. The 400 GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I memory card is available online from SanDisk and Amazon.com for $250.
  • Dell Visor hands-on: Windows Mixed Reality headset - Dell has announced the Visor VR118 headset at IFA 2017. This headset is Dell's first entry into the burgeoning head-mounted display market. The Visor VR118 is designed to keep the weight of the device off of the user's face and nose - a primary user complaint about the HTC Vive. The front portion of the headset can flip upward to let users look at the real world without needing to remove the entire Visor. The display and power cables run along the ring that encircles the user's head and waterfall down the user's back, much like with other VR headsets we've seen. Dell didn't offer a ton of technical details about the Visor, but we do know that the display has a total resolution of 2880x1440 and a 90 Hz refresh rate
  • Samsung says that Galaxy Note8 pre-orders are the best ever - On August 23, Samsung announced its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy Note8. Since then, pre-orders have been available, and the company announced today that the new handset has outsold all previous Galaxy Note devices in the same amount of time. While the handset is slated to launch on September 15, those that pre-order now and choose expedited shipping can still get it before then. Those that order before September 24 will get either a Gear 360 camera, or a Galaxy Foundation Kit, which includes a 128GB EVO+ micro-SD card and a Fast Charge Wireless Charging Convertible.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Impressions!  - The Note8 eschews the blockier design language of previous generations for the svelte look of the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The phone has two curved pieces of glass mated to an aluminum frame. The Note8 jumps to Samsung's Super AMOLED Infinity Display. It measures 6.3 inches across the diagonal with quad HD+ resolution. The Note8 is among the first from Samsung to move to a dual-camera configuration. The handset has twin, full-color 12-megapixel sensors with one wide-angle lens (f/1.7) and one telephoto lens (f/2.4).
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Teardown  - iFixit has disassembled the Galaxy Note 8 and found that it could be a tricky repair due to its glass rear panel, which is attached using a lot of tough adhesive. While the device was ultimately given a low repairability score (4 out of 10), the team likes how many of its components are modular and can be replaced independently. Additionally, all screws can be removed with a standard Phillips screwdriver.
  • LG Announces the V30 Flagship with FullVision Display - The V30 does away with the secondary display that adorned the front of the V10 and V20. In its place, LG created what it calls the Floating Bar, a semi-transparent strip that gives V30 owners access to frequently used functions, such as contacts and settings. The phone is among the first to use a plastic OLED FullVision display, though it is protected by Gorilla Glass 5. The 6-inch panel has 2,880 by 1,440 pixels, or a 2:1 (18:9) aspect ratio, and nearly non-existent side bezels. LG reduced the phone's upper and lower bezels by 20% and 50%, respectively, when compared to the V20
  • Huawei Announces Kirin 970 With AI Co-Processor - At IFA in Berlin, Huawei announced its next flagship mobile SoC, the Kirin 970. Huawei claims the chip is the first to have a dedicated co-processor for AI, which it calls an NPU (Neural-network Processing Unit). The NPU allows AI tasks such as image recognition to run 5-25 times faster than chips without an NPU, and with up to 50x better battery life. The NPU supports a variety of AI platforms, including Google's TensorFlow, Facebook's Caffe2, and Android NN. The Kirin 970 also includes a Cat. 18 LTE modem supporting up to 1.2 Gigabit speeds. It has eight CPU cores (4 A73 at 2.4 GHz and 4 A53 at 1.8 GHz) and 12 GPU cores, plus a dual ISP. It has 5.5 billion transistors and is based on a 10nm process for high energy efficiency. The company also announced that its Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro device with "full display" will be powered by the Kirin 970 chip. The Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro will be announced October 16th in Munich.
  • Brain Controllers Progress - An article on the New York Times discusses progress on neural interfaces, and the implications thought controllers have on both video games as well as future prosthetic devices. Though they say some of this still inspires skepticism, there are some signs of progress over products like the Minddrive, which was a first attempt at something like this that they reported on over 20 years ago with a much greater degree of disbelief.
  • Voice-controlled systems like Alexa and Siri can be hijacked - As voice-controlled devices such as smartphones, vehicle infotainment systems, and smart speakers become increasingly popular, hackers are coming up with innovative ways of targeting them. Now, a team of researchers has shown off a method that uses ultrasonic frequencies – sounds so high that they're inaudible to humans. Scientists from China's Zhejiang University demonstrated the technique, which is aptly called DolphinAttack. First, they created a program that can translate human voice commands into sounds above 20kHz. These were played back using a standard smartphone equipped with an amplifier, ultrasonic transducer, and an extra battery, all of which costs less than $3.
  • Kids can build a droid and learn about electronics with littleBits R2D2 - In honor of Force Friday II, DIY electronic toymaker littleBits launched one of its coolest products yet. The Droid Inventor Kit allows kids to piece together an 11-inch tall, fully-functional R2D2. It even comes with 20 authentic Star Wars R2D2 sound effects to make the droid complete. What is great about littleBits kits is that all the components are self-contained modular units. The modules snap together with magnets, so no soldering is necessary. Kids can safely fiddle with the parts with no worries of getting burned or making a hard-to-clean mess. The Droid Inventor Kit includes all the modules needed to recreate a miniature R2D2 and send it on missions
  • T-Mobile to Give Some Customers Netflix for Free - T-Mobile has said certain subscribers can enjoy Netflix at no additional cost. The company announced the program, called Netflix On Us, through one of its Un-carrier moves. Netflix is available to T-Mobile One customers who have a minimum of two lines and the taxes/fees included plan. T-Mobile says promos that include free lines and free phones are eligible for the offer. Customers need to associate their Netflix account with T-Mobile through the T-Mobile mobile application. Thereafter, T-Mobile will cover the Netflix bill on a monthly basis for as long as customers maintain their plan. It includes the standard subscription to Netflix, which typically costs $10 per month and permits up to two simultaneous streams. The offer can save customers up to $120 per year. Customers can subscribe to Netflix Premium, which includes more streams and higher-resolution video at $12 per month, and pay only the $2 difference in cost, which will appear on their monthly bill. The offer also includes Family Allowance at no extra cost, which will allow parents to manage their children's phone usage, such as time limits. Video streamed over T-Mobile's network is DVD quality (480p), rather than high definition. T-Mobile One Plus subscribers can stream at 1080p, though their rate plan costs a bit more each month. Customers on one of T-Mobile's Unlimited 55+ plans or 2 Lines for $100 plans will need to switch to the newest T-Mobile One plan. Netflix is available to T-Mobile customers at no cost beginning September 12.
  • Google Details September's Android Security Patches - Google today made its monthly security patches available to select Android devices. September's patches plug a significant number of security holes that threaten most Android devices. Google found dozens of vulnerabilities, including a number of which classified as critical, or able to remotely execute code. Some of problems are related to specific hardware and the associated software drivers that control them, such as components from MediaTek, Qualcomm, and Broadcom. Other vulnerabilities impact the kernel, system, and media framework directly. Google is pushing two separate patches to cover these problems, one dated September 1 and the second dated September 5. Google said the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus Player, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P devices will receive the September security patches as part of the upgrade to Android 8 Oreo. Google has already posted factory images for download from its web site. Google's handsets will receive both patches in a single download. As far as Google is aware, none of these security holes have been exploited by hackers or other entities. Google has already given the patches to its device-maker partners. Phone manufacturers are responsible for updating their own smartphones with the patches
  • 7 seasons of color on Game of Thrones, in one chart - We may have to wait for two more years for the last season of "Game of Thrones" and for winter to fully arrive at every corner of Westeros, but in case you haven't noticed, the show has been reiterating the Stark words, "Winter is coming," through its color schemes across the seasons.
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  • Superhero Shows Look Completely Ridiculous - To be fair, it's a CW show, so the special effects on "Supergirl" aren't top-notch, but they look a lot better when you see the actors going through the motions during filming.
  • New Short For Blade Runner 2049 - 2036: Nexus Dawn - Those of you who are looking forward to Blade Runner 2049 have something to help with the wait. First premiered by Collider, this short film entitlted "2036: Nexus Dawn" explains a little of some of the events that took place between the first film and the sequel. A character by the name of Niander Wander introduces a new line of replicants. There is a small intro by the director Denis Villeneuve at the start.
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  • Blink And You'll Miss This New Rubik's Cube World Record - Congrats to Patrick Ponce for shaving .05 seconds off the previous record, and a preemptive congratulations to the next record setter who'll surely solve the cube so fast it explodes in their hands.
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last 10 comments:
Koogle(05:42 PM EDT - Sep,11 2017 )
"AMD Surpass Intel In Monthly Revenue Sales "

good, intel doesn't deserve the sales for the amount of bullshit product crippling and price gauging they've been doing for the last 5years. ofc amd aren't great either.

"Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be available October 17 "

2 years since its release and its still fucking shit

Tom(09:10 AM EDT - Sep,12 2017 )
Koogle> "AMD Surpass Intel In Monthly Revenue Sales "

good, intel doesn't deserve the sales for the amount of bullshit product crippling and price gauging they've been doing for the last 5years. ofc amd aren't great either.



Who give a fuck, nothing AMD will EVER go in my PC! EVER! Who doesn't fucking gouge are you fucking retarded.. You think video cards are worth their sticker? You think memory or HD's are worth their sticker price. STFU you dumb fucking troll.

Koogle>
"Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will be available October 17 "

2 years since its release and its still fucking shit


Based on your opinion which is equivalent to the shit clinging to peoples ass hair. Now go back to your Mac and look at your nudey pre-death pics of Jobs.

Koogle(12:30 PM EDT - Sep,12 2017 )
why would i use a mac you dumb fucking spastic

"Now go back to your Mac and look at your nudey pre-death pics of Jobs."

is that what you do in your spare time you fucking weirdo!

amra(03:29 PM EDT - Sep,12 2017 )
This escalated quickly... hope you guys feel better now?

I use a Mac for Google Meet, because Meet craps out with my Dell Win machine on the sound. I don't really compare both worlds anymore, because both are shit in their own way. No reason to bother if someone is happy with what he is using. Give linux another 100 years to grow and we are good.

No bad feelings here about "little" things like that, you are okay with that? ;)

Tom(03:56 PM EDT - Sep,12 2017 )
Koogle> why would i use a mac you dumb fucking spastic

"Now go back to your Mac and look at your nudey pre-death pics of Jobs."

is that what you do in your spare time you fucking weirdo!


HAHAHAHHA!! He is so inept he can't even come up with anything.. Man you make me laugh. You use a Mac you just lie.

Look guys, here he is all business like.. getting ready for that Mac lan-party..



He wants to be so much like Jobs he got his makeup on for this shot and his best Walmart suit.

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