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  • The AMD Radeon RX 580 & RX 570 Review: A Second Path to Polaris - The RX 580 and GTX 1060 6GB change lead a few different times, so the RX 580 is able to best NVIDIA’s best in absolute performance in the right games. The problem for AMD is that those games appear to be too few; as a result the RX 580 trails the GTX 1060 by an average of 7% at both 1080p and 1440p. AMD has narrowed the gap somewhat – this was an 11% deficit with the RX 480 – but not by enough. And coupled with AMD’s worse power efficiency, this puts AMD in a tough spot. The biggest challenge right now is that GTX 1060 prices have come down to the same $229 spot just in time for the RX 500 series launch, so AMD doesn’t have a consistent price advantage
  • Samsung Galaxy Book tablets blend Windows 10 and Intel CPUs - If you're in the exclusive group who'd really like a Microsoft Surface but refuse to give Microsoft money, Samsung has your product. The Galaxy Book is a Windows 10 detachable that comes in 10.6" and 12" sizes. The smaller tablet comes with a Core m3 processor and 4GB of memory, while the larger portable is a more direct Surface Pro competitor with a Core i5 processor.
  • ASUS Tinker Board to USA Finally - ASUS and its Tinker Board got all kinds of attention back in January as it showed up for sale in Europe. The Tinker Board is an alternative to the Raspberry Pi, and there are pros and cons when it comes to both
  • Microsoft's recommended minimum specs for Windows 10 'CloudBook' - Windows Central published an internal document detailing the recommended minimum specifications for devices to run Windows 10 Cloud, along with performance benchmarks against Google's Chromebooks, which have become a firm favorite in the education sector.
  • The NSA's Windows-hacking arsenal leaked - According to ZDNet and Hacker Fantastic on Twitter, the tools and exploits affect Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, as well as their server-side variants like Server 2000, 2003, 2008, 2008 R2 and 2012. These exploits have been allegedly used by the NSA to target several banks and the SWIFT banking system. What's more, according to security researcher Kevin Beaumont, the hacking tools belonging to the Agency's so-called Equation Group even give it the ability to infiltrate deep inside networks by exploiting VPN and firewall systems. Among the leaked arsenal there is ExplodingCan, which creates a remote backdoor by exploiting the Windows web server Internet Information Services on older versions of the OS. Then, there is EternalSynergy, a remote SMB exploit for Windows 8 and Server 2012. From the same "family", there is also EternalRomance, a remote SMB1 exploit targeting Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and their server counterparts, Sever 2003 plus 2008 and 2008 R2. Even more so, info has been revealed about EsteemAudit, a Remote Desktop Protocol exploit targeted at Windows Server 2003. This one exploits SmartCard authentication at login, and works on a patched version of the server OS.
  • Jean Philippe Aumasson - Quantum Computers vs Computers Security - How quantum computers work and why they could solve certain problems faster than classical computers? What are the actual facts and what is FUD, hype, or journalistic exaggeration? Could quantum computers help in defending classical computers and networks against intrusions? Is it worth spending money in post-quantum systems, quantum key distribution, or in purchasing or developing of a quantum computer?
    Will usable quantum computers be built in the foreseeable future?
  • Google Earth Rolls Out Massive New Update - The whole world is now in your browser. Fly through landmarks and cities like London, Tokyo and Rome in stunning 3D, then dive in to experience them first hand with Street View. See the world from a new point of view with Voyager, which brings you stories from the BBC, NASA, Sesame Street and more
  • Google to implement ad-blocking into Chrome browser - The Wall Street Journal reports that Google intends to include an ad-blocking component in future versions of its popular Chrome web browser. The new feature reportedly will be enabled by default in both the desktop and mobile versions of the browser
  • uTorrent is moving to your web browser - uTorrent (also known as ìTorrent) is the world's most popular BitTorrent client, with over 150 million monthly active users around the world. It's now preparing for one of the biggest changes in its history. Currently, uTorrent is available as a standalone 'lightweight' client that is offered in Free, Ad-Free, and Pro flavors. In its earliest iterations, the company made much of the revenue through toolbar installations, but changes in modern web browsers made that a less attractive proposition. It has since shifted to in-app advertising, which currently generates most of its revenue. That reliance on advertising isn't going to change, but the company is making a major shift in how it delivers its product. Speaking with TorrentFreak's 'Steal This Show' podcast, Bram Cohen - creator of BitTorrent, and founder of BitTorrent Inc, which owns uTorrent - revealed that the next major version of the torrent client will run directly in the browser.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 First look - Inside the redesigned Galaxy S8 and S8+ is either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Samsung Exynos 8895 SoC. The US and other regions that require CDMA capability will get the Snapdragon 835, while the rest of the world will get Samsung’s SoC. The new 10nm SoCs are paired with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of UFS 2.1 NAND. The Galaxy S8 comes with a 3000mAh battery, the same size as the Galaxy S7, while the S8+ comes with a 3500mAh battery, slightly less than the S7 edge’s 3600mAh capacity.
  • Early Galaxy S8 Adopters Complain Of Red-Tinted Super AMOLED - Is your Samsung Galaxy S8 making you see red? Some customers who pre-ordered their phones are complaining that their AMOLED displays have an excessive red tint. According to the users, these screens did not improve even after altering color settings. Liquid-crystal display (LCD) smartphone panels use three subpixels per pixel in red, green, and blue. AMOLED displays have a PenTile arrangement of two subpixels in red-green and blue-green. These displays need more than two pixels in order to produce a full range of color. This necessity, however, can muck with a device's color balance. Many customers complained that the Galaxy Note 7 also had a red-tinted display. In this video, Erica showed that you could adjust the red color balance slider to reduce the amount that is shown on the screen. This is certainly not an ideal solution though and a new announcement from Samsung says the issue will be fixed with a software update. This new OTA update to fix the red tint issue is said to be coming next week at the end of April, and Samsung assures their customers that there isn’t a problem with the phone itself.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8: no bixby button remapping - Samsung has so much faith in the AI that it added a dedicated button on the left side of the handset to active it. But for those who don't intend on using the assistant, the button's a waste of space. However, it was possible to remap it using a third-party app, but not anymore. In an over-the-air update, Samsung has blocked the use of the button for anything other than Bixby. You can no longer remap it to launch another program - unless you root the device, of course. I won't buy this phone now...I'm waiting for Galaxy Note 8 ...
  • Google Home Now Recognizes Individual Voices - Google just made it possible for up to six people to get personalized results from its Google Home product. Using the refreshed Google Home mobile app, Home owners can train the device to recognize individual voices for everyone in your house. Google says it is able to do this through the use of neural networks. Once properly trained, people will be able to ask Google Home for their daily schedule, preferred news, commute details, and personal playlists. The functionality requires the latest Home app from Google on each associated account. This feature will start rolling out today for Google Home users in the U.S., but will expand to the U.K. in the coming months. Google Home is a $129 in-home connected speaker that relies on the same Google Assistant app found on Android handsets.
  • Android Pay and PayPal Now Play Nice - Google's Android Pay service is now compatible with PayPal. The companies today announced that Android Pay users can opt to use their PayPal account as a source of funds when making tap-and-go payments at retail stores or on the web. PayPal via Android Pay will stand in for a debit or credit card. People will be able to link their accounts from either app. Android Pay and PayPal will gain this functionality through an update to their respective mobile apps in the coming weeks. Google recently added in-app Android Pay compatibility with several mobile banking apps. The moves are meant to help coax more people to use Google's mobile payment service.
  • Watch This Rally Racer Execute A Beautiful Hairpin Turn - The way the driver skillfully maneuvers a hairpin turn makes us all want to try drifting. Or maybe just rewatch a "Fast and Furious" movie to scratch that itch.
  • The Lilium Jet – The world's first all-electric VTOL jet - In a video provided by the Munich-based startup, the aircraft can be seen taking off vertically like a helicopter, and then accelerating into forward flight using wing-borne lift. The craft is powered by 36 separate jet engines mounted on its 10-meter long wings via 12 movable flaps. At take-off, the flaps are pointed downwards to provide vertical lift. And once airborne, the flaps gradually tilt into a horizontal position, providing forward thrust. During the tests, the jet was piloted remotely, but its operators say their first manned flight is close-at-hand.
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