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TechNews - AMD Launches Ryzen PRO CPUs - tech
(hx) 04:22 PM EDT - Jul,09 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
  • AMD Launches Ryzen PRO CPUs: Enhanced Security, Longer Warranty, Better Quality - The AMD Ryzen PRO lineup of processors consists of six SKUs that belong to the Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 families targeting different market segments and offering different levels of performance. As one would expect, the Ryzen 7 PRO models are aimed at workstation applications and thus have all eight cores with simultaneous multithreading enabled, the Ryzen 5 PROmodels  are designed for advanced mainstream desktops and therefore have four or six cores with SMT, whereas the Ryzen 3 PRO models are aimed at office workloads that work well on quad-core CPUs without SMT. The specifications of the Ryzen 7 PRO and the Ryzen 5 PRO resemble those of regular Ryzen processors. Meanwhile, the Ryzen 3 PRO are the first chips from the Ryzen 3 lineup and thus give us a general idea what to expect from such products: four cores without SMT operating at 3.1 – 3.5 GHz base frequency along with 2+8 MB of cache.
  • Intel Core i7 7740X processor tested - It is time to check out that new quad core Core i7 7740X from Intel. Yes this is Kaby Lake-X, a more affordable processor that you will need to seat on a X299 motherboard. Albeit limited towards dual-channel memory, the processor does a good job, as well as it being tweakable towards 5.2 GHz on all cores
  • Mi Notebook Air - Ultra Thin with Ultra Performance - The Mi Notebook Air looks similar to an Apple MacBook Air and has a similar name to match.  It has a very light, full metal body that is easy to pick up, mange, and fit into a variety of computer carry bags. There are two sizes to choose from which are 12.5-inch and 13.3-inch Mi Notebook Air.  The 12.5-inch Mi Notebook Air carries an Integrated graphics card while the 13.3-inch Mi Notebook Air has the dedicated graphics card.
  • Malfunction at Micron's Fab-2 plant could raise global DRAM prices - According to a recent report from electronics supply and manufacturing blog Evertiq, production at Micron's Fab-2 fabrication plant in Taiwan's Taoyuan City was suspended on July 1 due to the malfunctioning of a nitrogen gas dispensing system that led to the contamination of wafers and equipment within the facility. DRAMeXchange estimates that Micron Technology Taiwan, also known as Inotera, has suffered a production capacity loss of around 60,000 wafer starts per month as a result of the malfunction. Labeled as a conservative estimate, this equates to around a 5.5 percent cut in the global DRAM production capacity for the month of July. So, what does the shutdown mean for consumers? With supply down, pricing in the memory market is only going to increase (remember what happened to the hard drive market after the devastating flooding in Thailand several years back. Inotera is also a major manufacturer of Micron's LPDDR4 products used to build iPhones which means that the shutdown could impact shipments of Apple's upcoming iPhone 8.
  • The Best Keyboard Ever Is Back - Brand New Model F Keyboards now available through the end of 2016! Head to modelfkeyboards.com where orders will be accepted now through the end of December! You will be ordering a made-to-order, factory customized keyboard with your own choice of color, layout, and keys.
  • Linux Mint 18.2 out now and ready for download -  The team behind the user-friendly Linux Mint distribution has released version 18.2, dubbed Sonya. Various flavours of the release were released simultaneously; you can find Cinnamon, MATE, KDE, and Xfce editions all available for download on the Linux Mint website. It doesn't look like the upgrade paths from older releases have been made available just yet, with the team probably want to work out a few post-release kinks before opening the flood gates. The new release brings updates to several of the desktop environments. Cinnamon has been upgraded to version 3.4, MATE has been bumped to version 1.18, and Xfce has been upgraded to version 1.7.2. Meanwhile, the KDE version will continue to ship with Plasma 5.8. The stylish LightDM has been adopted as the login manager and has support for guest sessions. The core Linux Mint apps including Blueberry, Xed, Xplayer, Xreader, Pix, Xviewer, the Update Manager, and the Software sources configuration tool have undergone further improvements. The developers added a CLI interface for the update tool so that advanced users can now automate updates by writing scripts, routines, or cron jobs. Furthermore, the CLI interface has many of the features that the GUI includes such as level selection, security updates, kernel updates, and blacklisting.
  • Microsoft is cutting up to 3,000 more jobs - Earlier this week, details emerged of another major restructuring at Microsoft, focusing on the company's global sales teams. Massive job cuts were rumored to be part of the firm's latest restructuring, and today, Microsoft confirmed that a large number of people will indeed lose their jobs. Microsoft told CNBC that as many as 3,000 jobs will be cut from its global workforce, primarily in its sales division. Most of those positions facing the axe will be outside the United States. The company is making significant changes to its sales teams to reflect changes in both its product line-up, and how its customers are buying its products. Microsoft will be focusing more heavily on sales related to its Azure cloud platform, and its restructuring is designed to align the company's sales teams with those ambitions.
  • South Korea's largest cryptocurrency exchange has been hacked - Just as South Korea is reportedly getting ready to regulate and legalize cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, news have emerged that Bithumb, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the country has been hacked. Data from 30,000 customers has been compromised and according to the BBC, the data is being used to fool users into letting thieves steal funds from their accounts.  In a separate report BraveNewCoin explains that Bithumb users were victims of "voice phishing," where someone phoned them up saying they worked for Bithumb and scammed them out of funds. The breach is reported to have occurred in February, and is said to have involved an employee's home PC rather than computer servers at the firm's headquarters. Bithumb says it discovered the breach on June 29 and reported it to the authorities the next day. The exchange claims that the number of affected people represents approximately three percent of customers. The cumulative amount of bitcoins traded at Bithumb last year were estimated at 2 trillion won (US$1.74 billion). They are one of the five largest bitcoin exchanges in the world and hosts over 13,000 bitcoins worth of trading volume daily, or roughly 10 percent of the global bitcoin trade. Bithumb has promised initially to cover losses of up to 100,000 won (about $86) per customer, and will cover any remaining amount of money lost once it has been able to verify it.
  • New Zealand airport customs officials routinely demand passwords - According to an investigative report by New Zealand's 1 news, airport customs officials routinely force up to two travelers each day to give up their electronic devices and passwords for searching. According to the customs agents, the program is designed to look for smugglers by performing a "digital strip search" on the phones and laptops of travelers. This does not require a court order, but the agents do claim to adhere to New Zealand's privacy act. The searches can be quick or much more extensive depending on the level of danger perceived. One traveler was stopped for five hours and claims he was "made to feel like a terrorist" on his way home from Bali. Agents typically just peruse the data looking for any red flags but they have admitted to also copying it and passing it along to the government and police. According to the customs general manager, agents can seize travelers' devices at any moment and they have tools to break some types of encryption if it is encountered.
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  • Samsung Resurrects the Note 7 'Fan Edition' for Korea - Samsung has brought the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 back from the grave as the Note 7 Fan Edition. The Note 7 is infamous for battery problems that led to smoke, burns, fires, and other catastrophes. Samsung was forced to recall the phone and later determined two separate flaws impacted the battery, one pertaining to design and the other pertaining to manufacturing. Samsung decided to scavenge the recalled devices to create a new handset with a new, smaller 3,200mAh battery and its latest software, including the Bixby voice assistant. Samsung is manufacturing only 400,000 Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition handsets, which will be made available exclusively in Samsung's home market of South Korea. The company is widely expected to announce the Galaxy Note 8 within the next two months, which will serve as Samsung's high-end, professional-grade smartphone with stylus pen input.
  • Samsung now offering a $200 Visa gift card for the purchase of the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ - Although there are terms that apply, there aren't any hoops to jump through this go-around, only requiring users to purchase a handset from the Samsung website in full or using Samsung's financing services. The promotion seems to have started a few days ago, and will be available until July 15. Once the purchase has been verified, you'll be sent a $200 OmniCard Visa which will most likely come in the form of a virtual card. The reward will be emailed in a few weeks time, so don't fret if it doesn't arrive immediately after the purchase. The promotion is open to residents 18 years of age and over from the United States.
  • Red Hydrogen One is a Phone With a "Holographic" Display - Red - a company known for its high-end professional video cameras - today announced its entry into the phone space with the Hydrogen One, a high-end Android phone with a 5.7-inch "holographic" display that promises glasses-free 3D. While the display supports traditional stereo 3D, it also supports a new 3D-like "holographic" technology created by Red called Hydrogen 4-View (H4V). The phone body sports Red's distinctive industrial design and comes in either aluminum or titanium. The Hydrogen One will support snap-on modules for shooting both high-resolution video and H4V content. It will also integrate with other Red products, serving as a touchscreen controller and monitor for Red cameras. The phone also has USB-C and a microSD memory card slot. It will ship in early 2018 and can be pre-ordered now in a limted-time offer for $1,195, or $1,595 for the titanium version.
  • Android's July Security Patches Are Here - Google today provided details about its July 2017 security patches for Android devices. The patches plug a significant number of security holes that threaten all Android devices. Google found a significant number of vulnerabilities, of which it classified a dozen as critical, or able to remotely execute code. Many of the problems are related to specific hardware and the associated software drivers that control them, for example, a Broadcom WiFi driver, an HTC sound driver, and an Nvidia video driver. Google is pushing two separate patches to cover these vulnerabilities, one dated July 1 and the second dated July 5. Google is distributing the patches directly to its own Nexus- and Pixel-branded devices first. Google has already posted factory images for download directly from its web site. Over the air downloads will appear soon. Google's handsets will receive both patches in a single download. Google said to its knowledge none of these security holes have been exploited. Google has already given the patches to its OEM partners. Android handset makers are responsible for updating their own hardware with the patches.
  • Volvo will manufacture only electric and hybrid vehicles - As more automakers embrace environmentally friendly cars, Volvo has announced it is going one step further. From 2019, every one of its new cars will be either fully electrical or a hybrid, bringing a 'historic end' to its manufacturing of vehicles that possess only internal combustion engines.
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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(03:45 AM EDT - Jul,10 2017 )
quote:
AMD Launches Ryzen PRO CPUs: Enhanced Security, Longer Warranty, Better Quality

What does 'quality' mean for a processor?

quote:
Intel Core i7 7740X processor tested
being tweakable towards 5.2 GHz on all cores

That should be the base clock these days, lol

quote:
Malfunction at Micron's Fab-2 plant could raise global DRAM prices

If there's not natural disaster, they create a problem to keep the prices up.
Way to go, lol

quote:
The Best Keyboard Ever Is Back

Apparently, you have a very different view on what's best.
You've never used a K800 before, have you?

quote:
Microsoft is cutting up to 3,000 more jobs

Well, they have nothing useful to sell, so it seems to be a straightforward decision.

quote:
South Korea's largest cryptocurrency exchange has been hacked

That's the best thing about these currencies. Anyone can steal it, just like from a real bank.

quote:
New Zealand airport customs officials routinely demand passwords

Your privacy out the door, lol
I thought shitting on privacy was exclusive to the US.
I guess we will be seeing less business trips there, which must be great for their economy, lol

quote:
Volvo will manufacture only electric and hybrid vehicles

Well, that's the future, so nothing new here.
But it's Chinese these days so I would not buy one anymore.
Was great while it lasted.

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