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  • AMD Responds to Radeon RX Vega Pricing Outrage - Some had claimed that AMD would be dropping its standalone air-cooled Radeon RX Vega 64 $499 SKU in a bait-and-switch scheme, but an official statement by the company suggests otherwise: demand of the card is merely exceeding expectations, and AMD is working hard to restock both standalone versions and Gamer Packs. Radeon RX Vega 64 demand continues to exceed expectations. AMD is working closely with its partners to address this demand. Our initial launch quantities included standalone Radeon RX Vega 64 at SEP of $499, Radeon RX Vega 64 Black Packs at SEP of $599, and Radeon RX Vega 64 Aqua Packs at SEP of $699. We are working with our partners to restock all SKUs of Radeon RX Vega 64 including the standalone cards and Gamer Packs over the next few weeks, and you should expect quantities of Vega to start arriving in the coming days.
  • The AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 & RX Vega 56 Review: Vega Burning Bright - So how does AMD fare? The answer to that is ultimately going to hinge on your opinion on power efficiency. But before we get too far, let’s start with the Radeon RX Vega 64, AMD’s flagship card. Previously we’ve been told that it would trade blows with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080, and indeed it does just that. At 3840x2160, the Vega 64 is on average neck-and-neck with the GeForce GTX 1080 in gaming performance, with the two cards routinely trading the lead, and AMD holding it more often. Of course the “anything but identical” principle applies here, as while the cards are equal on average, they can sometimes be quite far apart on individual games.
  • Intel Atom C3000 Product Briefing - Intel has spilled the beans on its latest Atom processor: the C3000 is the company's third generation system-on-a-chip based CPU manufactured on their optimized 14nm process technology. Unlike their older brethren, these Atoms will primarily live in network and enterprise storage products instead of home devices (e.g., Ultrabooks and tablets).
  • Acer launches new Chromebook - Opening up the Chromebook 11 C771 reveals an 11.6 inch IPS panel with a resolution of 1366x768 that optionally comes as a touch screen (C771T). Although not pictured, the hinges allow a full 180 degrees of range so that touch screen users can enjoy a flat surface to work on. A fairly simple 720p webcam with built in microphone is centered above the screen. Inside the C771, a 6th Generation Intel Celeron 3855U comes standard, although Core i3 and Core i5 models will also be available. A 32GB eMMC module can be found for storage alongside 4GB of RAM.
  • The Ultimate Ryzen Hackintosh - AMD Ryzen PowerMac G5 Hackintosh Build (2017) vs a REAL Mac - PowerMac G5 case mod and PC build! This water cooled Ryzen 1700 Hackintosh is so epic. How do you build an AMD Hackintosh? This custom G5 case and Hackintosh beats a Mac Pro. This gaming and editing PC Hackintosh is packing some serious specifications. 
  • Microsoft unveils Windows 10 Pro for Workstations - Windows 10 Pro for Workstations has a focus on high-end hardware, which means support for server grade Intel Xeon or AMD Opteron processors. Unlike the current Windows 10 Pro, which only supports up to two physical CPUs and 2TB of RAM, this newest version can handle up to four physical CPUs and up to 6TB of memory.
  • iOS 11 Lets Users Temporarily Disable Touch ID - A new setting discovered in iOS allows iPhone owners to quickly and temporarily disable Touch ID. Pressing the power button rapidly five times activates SOS Emergency mode. The purpose of this mode is to let people bypass the lock tools to make an emergency phone call. A byproduct of entering SOS Emergency mode is disabling Touch ID. The only way to unlock the phone once Touch ID has been disabled is via the PIN or password. Because users are able to do this quickly and discreetly, it could be useful to help safeguard the iPhone in a situation when the owner might be compelled to provide their fingerprint. The feature was first spotted on Twitter and later verified by The Verge. iOS 11 is still in beta testing. It should be rolled out the general public next month. 
  • Bitcoin Is Forking. Again. - There's a third group of bitcoin developers, companies, and users who advocate for a "best of both worlds approach." This group includes Bitmain, the largest bitcoin infrastructure company in the world, and legendary bitcoin developer Jeff Garzik. They got together back in May and signed what is known as the "New York Agreement," which bound them to implement a two megabyte block size increase alongside segregated witness via a hard fork within six months of the time of signing. They call the fork Segwit2x.
  • China cracks down on VPN vendors, targets Alibaba and other - Chinese authorities have issued a warning to five of the country's well-known e-commerce platforms, over the sale of illegal virtual private networks (VPNs); that allows users to evade state censorship controls. Online retailers named in the notice include Alibaba, social shopping network Mogujie, and entertainment platforms Xiami and Peiyinxiu. This step is the latest in a chain of measures the Chinese authorities have taken in order to maintain more control over online content. A little over a month ago, China blocked VPN access for individuals, instructing companies to register with the government. Later on, complying with this mandate, Apple removed all major VPN apps from the Chinese App Store.
  • Google Drops August Security Patches for Android - Google has made its monthly security patches available to select Android devices. This month'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. Google is pushing two separate patches to cover these vulnerabilities, one dated August 1 and the second dated August 5. As always, Google is delivering the patches directly to its own Nexus- and Pixel-branded devices first. 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.
  • Bionik Labs' ARKE Exoskeleton with Amazon Echo Integration - The ARKE is a prototype exoskeleton from Bionik Labs intended for paraplegic people and others with mobility problems. The robotic exoskeleton enables users to stand up from their wheelchairs and walk on their own legs. Bionik Labs integrated the hardware with the Amazon Echo system, allowing uses to issue commands and check parameters by addressing Amazon Alexa, the virtual assistant used for home automation
  • Facebook Intros A Dedicated Video Platform Called 'Watch' - Facebook hopes its new platform will entice people to consume more video content through Facebook. Facebook Watch is a place for episodic shows that will be available on mobile, on PCs, and in Facebook's TV apps. Facebook says the service is personalized to help people find new content, sometimes based on what users' friends and communities watch. People will be able to leave comments on shows in order to connect with friends and others. Shows may offer dedicated Facebook Groups for more in-depth discussions. Facebook says Watch is a platform for creators and publishers seeking to find dedicated audiences, similar to the way YouTube stars have created their own niches. The company has high hopes that creators will put together daily episodes, live shows/events, and even shows that follow a narrative arc. The company has funded a small collection of original programming in order to get Watch on its feet. Facebook will be testing Watch with a limited number of people in the U.S. first. The social network expects to roll it out to wider audiences over time.
  • Samsung Makes Its Internet Browser Available to Most Android Phones - Samsung has made a version of its mobile browser available to non-Samsung handsets. The company has been beta testing Samsung Internet Browser on Nexus and Pixel phones since April. The latest build, v6 Beta, is compatible with all Android devices running version 5.0 Lollipop and up. Samsung says its browser can sync bookmarks with Chrome on desktop machines, or other machines via the Samsung Cloud. The Samsung browser also includes content blockers, high-contrast mode, CSS Grid (for control over certain layouts), and the latest Chromium engine. Advanced users might take advantage of several beta features, including WebVR, web-based Bluetooth, WebGL 2, and Gamepad extensions. The Samsung Internet Browser Beta can be downloaded directly from the Google Play Store.
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  • HMD Global Intros Nokia 8 Flagship Smartphone - HMD Global, the sole licensee of the Nokia brand, today announced the Nokia 8 flagship Android smartphone. The handset is milled from 6000 series aluminum and polished to a high-gloss finish in black, blue, silver, and copper. The Nokia 8 boasts a 5.3-inch quad HD screen with curved Gorilla Glass 5, and it is powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor with 4 or 6 GB of RAM, and 64 or 128 GB of storage (depending on color selection.) All versions support microSD memory cards up to 128 GB. Like many modern flagships, the Nokia 8 adopts a dual-camera configuration with two 13-megapixel cameras on the rear with LED flash. One camera captures full color images and the other captures monochrome images along with depth and contrast information. Both feature Zeiss optics. The front camera has a 13-megapixel sensor, too, with a display-based flash. All three cameras have f/2.0 lenses. The Nokia 8 includes software that allows people to shoot photos and/or video with both the front and rear cameras at the same time. Other specs include a 3.090mAh battery, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, NFC, and Cat 9 LTE. The phone runs Android 7.1 Nougat and costs $700. HMD Global didn't immediately specify where the Nokia 8 will be sold.
  • New Qualcomm Tech Aims to Bring High-Quality AR and VR Mainstream - Qualcomm has announced a major expansion of Spectra, its effort to offer manufacturers a drop-in hardware and software solution for easily and affordably adding advanced camera technology to phones and other devices powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chips. The expanded Spectra suite includes three new hardware camera modules. The flagship module is an active depth-sensing camera that uses an infrared projector and camera to create a 3D map of its environment, much like LIDAR. 
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last 10 comments:
lorcro2000(06:42 AM EDT - Aug,20 2017 )
Awesome that the C3000 Atom series has finally started shipping. They've had 2 core variants out, but now the real meat of the lineup is out here.

Absolutely perfect for a capable home file server, Supermicro has a tiny Mini-ITX with 8 cores and 12 SATA ports, and Gigabyte also has a great little server board.

Csimbi(02:08 AM EDT - Aug,21 2017 )
quote:

A2SDi-H-TF
• Intel® Atom® processor C3758, 8-Core
• Intel® System-on-Chip Design; FCBGA 1310
• Up to 64GB DDR4-2400MHz ECC/non-ECC unbuffered DIMM; 4 DIMM slots
• Duad LAN via Intel C3000 SoC: 2x 10GBase-T
• 1 PCI-E 3.0 x4; M.2 SATA, M Key 2242/2280
• 12 SATA3 (6Gbps) ports via SoC controller
• 1 VGA, 1 COM, 1 SuperDOM, TPM header
• Dimensions: 6.7" x 6.7"; Mini-ITX

Comes with 10Gb - nice!

Although for a file server you need a good RAID controller and a 500MHz processor so it's an overkill.

Tom(09:05 AM EDT - Aug,21 2017 )
Gimme a break.. if you have an old PC it can serve easily as a file server. My file server is doing perfectly well with old Intel quad core. Don't forget you can also get a 2 bay NAS for < $150.

heretic(12:29 PM EDT - Aug,21 2017 )
Tom> Gimme a break.. if you have an old PC it can serve easily as a file server. My file server is doing perfectly well with old Intel quad core. Don't forget you can also get a 2 bay NAS for < $150.

really depends what you will do with fileserver :-)

like NAS for movies ..you don't need anything special

but if you have +50 users and SQL server, you need expensive RAID controller

gx-x(02:26 PM EDT - Aug,21 2017 )
why do you need raid controller if you have more or fewer users? It either speeds up the data transfer or does backup or both. But, it doesn't matter how many users you have. These days, mechanical storage is good for backup and large files. For fast access, you shouldn't go mechanical, no mechanical RAID is going to beat a good SSD when it comes to access times and small data transfers (such as SQL queries) etc. And you can put those in RAID too.

Tom(03:51 PM EDT - Aug,21 2017 )
heretic> Tom> Gimme a break.. if you have an old PC it can serve easily as a file server. My file server is doing perfectly well with old Intel quad core. Don't forget you can also get a 2 bay NAS for < $150.

really depends what you will do with fileserver :-)

like NAS for movies ..you don't need anything special

but if you have +50 users and SQL server, you need expensive RAID controller


If you're a business sure, RAID, ok too but not for personal.

gx-x> why do you need raid controller if you have more or fewer users? It either speeds up the data transfer or does backup or both. But, it doesn't matter how many users you have. These days, mechanical storage is good for backup and large files. For fast access, you shouldn't go mechanical, no mechanical RAID is going to beat a good SSD when it comes to access times and small data transfers (such as SQL queries) etc. And you can put those in RAID too.

SSD is expensive, raid would help for multi-access as well.

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