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  • Viking launches a 50TB 3.5-inch SAS SSD - Viking Technology has managed to develop an SSD with 50TB of storage, and it may just be enough to tremble the faint-hearted data hoarders. Viking has dubbed the new drives as the Ultra-High-Capacity Silo SSDs - or UHC-Silo, in short. The drives are using planar multi-level cell NAND flash chips, and Viking claims that it can endure one drive write per day (DWPD), every day, for five years. As for the speed, the drives are rated to deliver up to 500MB/s of sequential read and 350MB/s of sequential write. Unfortunately, these drives aren't exactly for the average consumers – they are meant for datacenters instead; they come in the 3.5-inch form factor, with a 6Gbps SAS interface. They are also not the fastest drives out there, but the capacity should make up for it. Viking says that these drives can help datacenters reduce their power, space, and cooling costs by up to 80% per terabyte, thanks to the low power consumption of less than 10W when idle, and 16W when at work.
  • Facebook Hints At S$300 VR Headset For The Masses - The impending VR headset from Oculus is designed to be a gadget that anyone can carry in a bag, and take out during a flight to enjoy some movies and games; and (of course) get updated on social media in VR. Facebook is hoping that the new kit will advance VR just like how Apple advanced smartphones. The device's design and features are not finalised yet, so details are scant. But the new headset is rumoured to be completely wireless and even lighter than the Gear VR headset, which requires a Samsung phone to operate. Mark Zuckerberg is betting that VR will be instrumental in the future of Social Media. But great VR headsets today are either too unaffordable or too cumbersome (shout out to the HTC Vive here). Even Facebook's Oculus Rift needs an expensive PC to work, piling more than a thousand dollars on the cost.  At less than S$300, this exciting VR headset from Oculus is priced far lower than the HTC Vive, and half of Sony's popular Playstation VR.
  • Freedom from Wires: The wireless-charging Dell Latitude 7000 - Dell is unveiling more details on a new lineup of Latitude 2-in-1s designed to give businesses a “PC first, tablet second” mobile device experience without compromising on design, performance or security
  • World of Tanks Using HoloLens Mixed Reality - Today World of Tanks developer Wargaming released a video showcasing a Mixed Reality experience that they exhibited at TankFest 2017 at the Bovington Tank Museum. The developer collaborated with the museum to restore an ultra-rare World War II tank Sturmmörserwagen 606/4 mit 38 cm RW 61, nicknamed 'Sturmtiger.' Then they created a mixed reality experience using World of Tanks assets and even a view of a map together with Microsoft HoloLens to have the tank look like it was entering the hangar, and showcasing the interior and mechanical features of the massive steel beast.
  • Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Sneak Peek  - Disney has also partnered with Lenovo and LucasFilm to create the AR headset that was demonstrated during the panel. Goslin promised unprecedented Star Wars experiences coming with it. The headset allows players to slot their phones horizontally into it and look through the reflection. They then premiered prototype footage featuring Hol0-Chess and AT-AT battles on Hoth, all happening atop a living room landscape.
  • Microsoft 365 bundles Office and Windows together - Microsoft is announcing Microsoft 365 today, a new way for businesses to purchase Office and Windows together. While the software giant has sold Office 365 and Windows 10 to businesses in many different ways, Microsoft 365 Enterprise combines Office 365 Enterprise, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Microsoft's Enterprise Mobility and Security features into a single subscription. Microsoft is also offering Microsoft 365 Business, which will debut in public preview on August 2nd and includes Office 365 Business Premium alongside security and management features for Office apps and Windows 10 devices. Both bundles are being announced today Microsoft's Inspire partner conference today, which hosts 17,000 attendees together to discuss Microsoft's many partnerships. Microsoft 365 Enterprise will be available for purchase on August 1st, with pricing dependent on the specific plan and “other factors.” Microsoft 365 Business will be available in public preview on August 2nd, with a full release set for later this fall. Microsoft 365 Business will cost $20 per user, per month. Microsoft is also launching its Azure Stack today, allowing businesses to host their own hybrid cloud. Dell, HP, and Lenovo are all creating integrated systems to run Azure Stack and host apps and services on hardware that's located alongside a business' current infrastructure. The first systems will start shipping in September.
  • New Apple macOS malware alters the operating system - A recently-discovered macOS malware called OSX Dok, which alters the operating system to subvert the security measures put in place, has now started mirroring banking websites according to researchers, in an attempt to steal sensitive information from machines which are infected by it. The malware which uses 'phishing' and 'man in the middle' attacks to sneak onto an unsuspecting user's computer, was discovered back in May by ESET. Initially, it only tricked people into allowing access to their keychain, but since then, has morphed and is now targeting their bank accounts Apple, however, has continued to revoke the certificates that the malware used to gain access to the underlying system, but this seems to have had little to no effect on it so far. Researchers noted that the group behind the malicious program has continued to get new certificates; what they described as a 'surge in activity' with new compromised certifications being purchased daily.
  • A Reddit user claims he has downloaded all 900TB of music - Earlier this month, streaming audio platform SoundCloud announced that it would cut 40 percent of its staff and close its San Francisco and London offices, as part of an effort to stay independent and ensure long-term success. A few days later though, co-founder and CEO Alex Ljung admitted that these measures would only save the firm enough money to survive until the fourth quarter of this year. Fearing for the future of the site, one Reddit user who goes by the name of “makemakemake”, claimed on Reddit's “DataHoarder” thread that he has downloaded all 900TB of SoundCloud's public archive. He provided a 100GB log file to prove his accomplishment.  The Redditor used Google's cloud computing services and downloaded the files over a connection of 80Gb/s during the course of one weekend. Makemakemake does not plan to make the archive available to others, because as he claimed “it'd be quicker to download everything from [SoundCloud] yourself. Only have 10G to where the data is now.” The Reddit user is not the only one trying to archive SoundCloud, as according to The Verge, Archive Team has announced it will also make a backup of the company's vast database of music. Archive Team, founded by Jason Scott in 2009, is a group dedicated to the preservation of content housed by at-risk services.
  • Border Patrol Agents Cannot View Your Cloud Data - U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are not allowed to access or view consumer data that is stored in the cloud, such as social networks and email. The agency admitted as much in a letter sent by acting commissioner Kevin McAleenan to Sens. Ron Wyden of Oregon and Rand Paul of Kentucky. The Senators posed several questions to the agency early this year after Americans reported a surge in border agents asking people to unlock their phones and even share social media passwords upon reentering the U.S. McAleenan insists officers are allowed to search phones without consent and without a warrant. For the most part, they are looking for information regarding terrorism, drug trafficking, and child pornography. However, the agency is limited to viewing content that is saved directly to the device, such as call logs, text messages, and photos. "Border searches conducted by CBP do not extend to information that is located solely on remote servers," wrote McAleenan. This means Americans' Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts are off limits to border patrol agents. McAleenan admitted that Americans do not have to unlock their devices or hand over their passwords, but they do so at the risk of losing their device, which may be detained by border patrol agents. The agency insists that phone searches are "exceedingly rare."
  • Andy Rubin's Essential Phone to Arrive In 'A Few Weeks' - Andy Rubin has provided an update concerning the expected arrival of his new company's Essential PH-1 smartphone
  • Samsung Pay Rings Up Support for PayPal -Samsung and PayPal have announced that Galaxy smartphone owners can now use PayPal as a funding source for Samsung Pay. Samsung said all Samsung Pay users in the U.S. will have access to PayPal as a funding source, and it can be used to make purchases anywhere Samsung Pay is accepted. Samsung Pay uses both NFC and MST technology and works at most retail credit card terminals. Beyond retail locations, Samsung says a partnership with Braintree means Samsung Pay users can take advantage of PayPal to fund in-app and online purchases as well. PayPal support is being rolled out to the Samsung Pay service this week. Samsung Pay is available to Samsung's high-end handsets, such as the Galaxy S6, S7, S8, and variants, and Galaxy Note 5. Apple added support for PayPal to Apple Pay earlier this month.
  • iPhone Owners Can Now Make Payments via PayPal - PayPal today announced that it has added support for Apple accounts. The change means people who use the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and other Apple devices will be able to make purchases from the App Store, Apple Music, iTunes, and iBooks using their PayPal account. Customers need only add PayPal as their payment method in order to take advantage of the service. PayPal says the new payment option is simple to setup and use, and can be set as the default service for making purchases across Apple devices and services. Support for PayPal is hitting Canada and Mexico today, and will reach the U.S. soon.
  • Samsung Commits to Recycling Parts from Galaxy Note7 - Samsung plans to extensively reuse, recycle, and recover, parts and materials found in last year's failed Galaxy Note7 smartphone. The company confirmed plans to recycle the phone earlier this year, but has now provided more details on exactly what it hopes to accomplish. Samsung said it will reuse parts such as the OLED display, memory components, and camera modules in future devices. Other components will be sold. Further, Samsung claims it can recover some 157 tons of gold, silver, cobalt, and copper from the recalled handsets. The company says it is committed to pursuing these efforts in ways that are eco-friendly. Samsung will begin the process of recycling the Galaxy Note7 this month. The phone was recalled last year after manufacturing flaws led to overheating batteries and fires. The news comes mere weeks before Samsung is expected to announced the Galaxy Note 8.
  • All-Electric Lucid Air Prototype Hits 235 MPH - The Lucid Air, an all-electric supercar by Lucid Motors, is considered by some to be a legitimate Tesla challenger. A new video taken at the Transportation Research Facility in Ohio suggests that it certainly has potential: the Air can be seen running at speeds of up to 235 MPH, which is significantly faster than the Model S's top speed of 155 MPH.
  • Racing Drone Sets Guinness Speed Record at 163 MPH - The Drone Racing League (DRL) has managed to build the fastest drone in the world: the DRL RacerX, which is actually capable of reaching a top speed of 179.6 MPH, has claimed the Guinness World Record at 163 MPH
  • Tesla Owner too Stupid to Buy New Tires - Goodbye Tesla Model S. We LOVED this car. Super sad to see it go but it is time.
  • Meet the 13th Doctor - Jodie Whittaker  - Seems like a decent actress, but it is such obvious pandering. First they cast a black female lesbian as the companion and now they are casting a woman as the Doctor.
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi Behind the Scenes - Go behind the scenes of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. In theaters December 15.
  • Bright - Official Trailer - Humans, Orcs, Elves... everybody is just trying to get along. Get ready for the world of Bright, a new Netflix Original Film, starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton. Coming to Netflix December 22th.
  • Jigsaw (2017 Movie) Official Trailer - Jigsaw - In theaters October 27. Looks like time for a Saw marathon when this releases in the inevitable collectors pack.
  • The Snowman Official Trailer #1 (2017) -  The Snowman is a 2017 British crime thriller drama film directed by Tomas Alfredson and written by Matthew Michael Carnahan and Hossein Amini, based on the novel of the same name by Jo Nesbø. The film stars Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, Toby Jones, J.K. Simmons, Jakob Oftebro and Chloë Sevigny. Principal photography began on 18 January 2016 in Norway. The film will be released October 20th, 2017.
  • The Shape of Water - Official Trailer - From master story teller, Guillermo del Toro, comes THE SHAPE OF WATER - an other-worldly fairy tale, set against the backdrop of Cold War era America circa 1963. In the hidden high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa (Sally Hawkins) is trapped in a life of silence and isolation. Elisa's life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda (Octavia Spencer) discover a secret classified experiment. Rounding out the cast are Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Michael Stuhlbarg and Doug Jones.
  • First Trailer for Stephen King's Mr. Mercedes - The OFFICIAL TRAILER for the AT&T Original MR. MERCEDES is here! From Executive Producers Stephen King, David E. Kelley and Jack Bender comes the story of a demented serial killer who taunts a retired police detective with a series of lurid letters and emails. This forces the ex-cop to undertake a private, and potentially felonious, crusade to bring the killer to justice before he can strike again. Catch the premiere on AUDIENCE Network August 9th at 8pm ET/PT on DIRECTV CH. 239, U-verse CH. 1114 or streaming on DIRECTV NOW.
  • Unlocked (2017 Movie) Official US Trailer – Orlando Bloom - UNLOCKED is an action thriller directed by Michael Apted and written by Peter O'Brien. Also featuring Academy Award® nominees Toni Collette (Best Supporting Actress, The Sixth Sense, 1999) and John Malkovich (Best Supporting Actor - In the Line of Fire, 1984; Places in the Heart, 1993), UNLOCKED will be released by Lionsgate Premiere in theaters and on demand on September 1, 2017.
  • Watch Neill Blomkamp’s "Zygote," the 3rd Oats Studios Short - Filmmaker Neill Blomkamp has released the third and final Oats Studios Volume 1 short. "Zygote" should be interesting for fans of Aliens and The Thing: the creature they managed to design is pretty horrific
  • BLADE RUNNER 2049 - Trailer 2 - The past will always find you. Watch the NEW #BladeRunner2049 trailer, in theaters October 6.
  • Narcos - Season 3 Teaser - Season 3 of "Narcos" will focus on the Cali Cartel, the biggest cocaine cartel in history. The new season will stream on Netflix on September 1.
  • Marvel's The Defenders Official Trailer 2 - What do you get when a blind ninja, smart-ass detective, bulletproof ex-con and kung fu billionaire crosspaths? A new Netflix show featuring Marvel's very own The Defenders not to be confused with the Avengers. The four heroes from Netflix's Marvel street-level series have decided to band together to take on the forces of evil in the streets of New York. Looks to have a good mix of action and drama, maybe some technology involved.
  • Burning Model Rocket Engine Underwater - in 4K Slow Motion - In case you're wondering what would happen if you ignited a model rocket engine and put it in a fish tank, this glorious, glass-shattering explosion is the answer.
  • Abandoned Soviet Space Shuttles Captured on Drone Footage - And you have to wonder if these guys are going to get visit very soon!
  • Aerobic Workout - As if these videos weren't dated and uncomfortable as it is... LOL
  • Miranda Kerr's Ultimate Pre-Wedding Detox - So according to my sources, Miranda Kerr made this pre-wedding "detox" video for Vogue before she got married to the Snapchat dude
  • Selena Gomez - Fetish (Audio) ft. Gucci Mane - Don't eat your fingers Selena!!!! :-)
  • The best pics on the Internet #233 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
  • Hottest Babes on the Internet #93 - Which one is hottest? ;-)
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