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It's amazing how quickly technology has changed basic aspects of everyday life, isn't it? I can remember using a typewriter in my elementary school (I did labels for my cassete tapes on it). Watching one of the 4 or so channels that existed! Looking at the TV guide in a newspaper I subscribed to! Having to spin a dial to make a phone call, attached by a cable to the device I was using! Looking things up in an encyclopedia set! Going to the library to borrow a physical copy of a book! Watching commercials on TV! I love it. Great changes. Oh, to be young again!! :-D Reminds me that I need new PC, new smartphone and new car..anyone wants buy me a Tesla car? :-D..Technology cannot be stopped! :-)
  • Intel's Coffee Lake Core i7 & i5 CPUs will require new mobos - And it appears that Intel has dropped the ball. A couple of days ago, we informed you about the full specs of the new upcoming Intel Coffee Lake i7 & i5 CPUs. These new processors will be using the LGA1151 socket, however it appears that they won't be compatible with the LGA1151 motherboards that are currently available. This information comes straight from ASRock. When a user asked whether these new CPUs will be compatible with ASRock's LGA1151 motherboards, ASRock replied and confirmed that the Coffee Lake CPUs will require new motherboards. What's interesting here is that ASRock has deleted this post. Perhaps the company leaked something that Intel was not ready to reveal yet?
  • MSI Shows Us How To Install an AMD Threadripper CPU - In this demonstration, we'll show you how to install AMD X399 CPU on MSI X399 series motherboard.
  • IBM and Sony have created a tiny cartridge that can store 330TB - IBM Research, in collaboration with Sony Storage Media Solutions, has announced that the two companies have created a tiny prototype storage cartridge that can store up to 330 terabytes of uncompressed data and still fit into the palm of your hand. The cartridge, called a sputtered magnetic tape, has an areal density of 201 gigabits per square inch, which is a world record and more than 20 times the density of commercial tape drives.
  • USB 3.2 Spec Promises to Double Data Transfer Speeds - The USB 3.0 Promoter Group this week released the spec for USB 3.2, which has the potential to boost speeds through cables. Specifically, USB 3.2 takes advantage of the multi-lane operation that has been built into existing USB Type-C cables. Now, as long as both devices support USB 3.2, end users should see data transfer speeds double. The Promoter Group says the spec allows for up to two lanes of 5 Gbps or two lanes of 10 Gbps operation. The spec makes use of the existing SuperSpeed USB physical layer, but makes minor updates to the hub specification to address increased speeds in addition to transitions between single- and two-lane operation. The USB 3.2 specification is available to developers only at this time. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group expects to release the final version of the spec in September. Devices with support for USB 3.2 will likely not appear in the market before 2018. It's unclear if or how USB 3.2 might be used with mobile devices. Some of the companies in the USB 3.0 Promoter Group include Apple, HP, Intel, Microsoft, ST Microelectronics, and Texas Instruments.
  • Apple could replace your old MacBook with a new model - If you're aware of the AppleCare+ service offered by Apple, you'll know that once your MacBook starts losing its ability to hold a charge, the battery is then replaced by the company. Users not covered by this policy are charged a one-off service fee of $199. However, due to reported battery supply problems experienced by the company, several owners of specific MacBook devices could receive a full replacement of the laptop when submitting a service request. Apple notified its Genius Bar employees and global suppliers that the company has been experiencing a supply issue pertaining to the battery in certain MacBooks, specifically the Early-2012 and Mid-2013 models; and according to a directive obtained by MacRumors, the company has requested that the devices are replaced with similar products. Customers have noticed that instead of receiving a replacement battery, they were offered a refurbished model, and in some cases a brand new 2016 or 2017 MacBook.
  • SteelSeries Unveils World's First True 1-To-1 Tracking Mice - SteelSeries has redesigned its Sensei and Rival gaming mice with an exclusive new optical sensor, the TrueMove 3, which they claim is the first to offer "true 1-to-1 tracking," up to 3500 CPI (counts per inch, or the number of pixels your mouse moves in a single inch). From 3,500 to 12,000 CPI, the sensor uses a new and advanced jitter reduction technology, while its SROM reduces response time and increases accuracy.
  • Microsoft Makes Windows 10 Creators Update Available For Everyone - Microsoft introduced several new features and improvements to Windows 10 with the Creators Update. One that will especially resonate with consumers is better privacy controls and transparency as to what the settings actually do, as opposed to vague descriptions. It also introduced a new 3D Paint application and brought with it several goodies for gamers, such as a new Game Mode, native game broadcasting support, and a new Game Bar for quick access to certain settings. The Creators Update is the first of two major upgrades to Windows 10 scheduled for this year. The second one will be the Fall Creators Update. It will bring with it a somewhat refreshed look (fluent design) and several new features of its own, such as the ability to link your Android or iPhone device to your PC. It will also be tuned for a new generation of lower cost VR headsets from the likes of Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, and Lenovo. As for the Creators Update that is now widely available, you can go to Settings > Update & security to check for and grab any available updates. Otherwise you can go the manual route by heading here and clicking the "Update now" button.
  • Adobe to Retire Flash In 2020 - Adobe has said it will stop updating and distributing the Flash player in 2020. The web plugin is widely used across the web to power experiences such as video and gaming. Adobe says new, open standards such as HTML5 and WebGL have already begun to replace Flash in web browsers. Adobe is working with partners including Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla to help with the end-of-life process. Adobe will update and patch Flash up until the end-of-life moment arrives in order to ensure users are protected. It is already encouraging content creators to adopt the new open standards ahead of the change. Flash was once a flashpoint in the mobile space after Apple debuted the iPhone. Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs famously penned a blog post entitled "Thoughts on Flash" in which he explained Apple's reasons for not supporting Flash within iOS. It was a major point of contention, as it prevented the iPhone from accessing some web content. Apple is now helping Adobe with the transition away from Flash.
  • Send: A Firefox Test Pilot Web Experiment - Mozilla is now testing its own privately-encrypted file sharing website named Send. The site lets users share files for others and will expire after one download or one day whichever comes first. With just a few clicks users will be able to upload any file, up to 1 GB and receive a link to share to any person of their choosing.
  • From Hack to Product, Eye Control for Windows 10 - Eye Control allows users to control the mouse pointer and an on-screen keyboard through eye movement. The keyboard works similarly to a gesture keyboard on a smartphone: a long pause on a letter marks the beginning of a word, and shorter pauses equate to additional letters. Tobii's 4C is the only compatible device for the time being, but additional models will be added in the future.
  • Under-Display Sensor May Finally Debut in Galaxy Note 9 - Under-the-screen fingerprint readers are proving to be a challenge for even the brightest engineers. While Qualcomm has supposedly figured it out, other giants have failed: Apple, for instance, has allegedly given up on incorporating the technology into the iPhone 8. Samsung couldn't get an under-display sensor into this year's flagships either, but a new report by analyst KGI suggests that the Note 9 will be the first to have it. Word is: "...Samsung will stick with the same rear-mounted fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy S9, due out early next year. While that's a bit disappointing, we can hope that Samsung listens to customer feedback and adjusts the position to a more ergonomic location. However, Samsung is reported to be making its first smartphone with an under-display fingerprint sensor in the Galaxy Note 9. The report says that Samsung has no reason to risk the technology in the S9 since the upcoming iPhone 8 has ditched efforts to implement it. Seeing that mass-production level options are coming soon, it's clear that Samsung has good reason to bring that technology to its fall release.
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last 10 comments:
imgarfield(09:30 AM EDT - Aug,07 2017 )
quote:
it's more likely that the move is a way of preventing Russians from viewing content that criticizes the government.


Lol, not sure if serious.
To see programs (radio, tv, youtube channels) that criticize the ruling party and/or Putin one does not have to use VPN. Enough with the myths already - you can consume "opposition media" all day long if you want to (I know Russian well enough to know that for a fact).

As for the law - it is obviously meat to make it easy to track people and harder for people to hide. This is sacrificing privacy for security of the state, be it from terrorism, organized crime or subverting activities. I don't like it, but is naïve to think it is put in place to protect/help Putin, seriously.

Csimbi(01:30 PM EDT - Aug,07 2017 )
As if Putin needed protecting, lol

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