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(hx) 06:15 AM EDT - Oct,29 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
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  • Intel Unveils the Nervana Neural Network Processor - Intel on Tuesday is taking the wraps off of the Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP), formerly known as "Lake Crest," a chip three years in the making that's designed expressly for AI and deep learning. Along with explaining its unique architecture, Intel announced that Facebook has been a close collaborator as it prepares to bring the Nervana NNP to market. The chipmaker also laid out the beginnings of a product roadmap. The Intel Nervana NNP promises to revolutionize AI computing across myriad industries. Using Intel Nervana technology, companies will be able to develop entirely new classes of AI applications that maximize the amount of data processed and enable customers to find greater insights -- transforming their businesses. We have multiple generations of Intel Nervana NNP products in the pipeline that will deliver higher performance and enable new levels of scalability for AI models. This puts us on track to exceed the goal we set last year of achieving 100 times greater AI performance by 2020.
  • PCI-SIG Finalizes and Releases PCIe 4.0 - This week, PCI-standards consortium PCI-SIG (Special Interest Group) has ratified and released specifications for PCIe 4.0 Specification Version 1. Doubling PCIe 3.0’s 8 GT/s (~1 GB/s) of bandwidth per lane, PCIe 4.0 offers a transfer rate of 16 GT/s with flexible lane width configurations, providing significant I/O performance benefits useful for storage, networking, and AI applications.
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Ti: Three Cards, Unboxed - When GeForce GTX 1070 Ti launches, Nvidia will require that all cards ship with its reference base and GPU Boost clock rates. But that's just one side of the story. You'll still see boards with different coolers and power supplies. Does that mean all 1070 Tis perform the same, though?
  • Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 Review - Aside from Intel's latest Core i5 or i7 CPUs, this Inspiron 13 convertible packs 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD as standard, along with a 13.3-inch 1080p touchscreen display. Upgrading to more powerful processors, more storage and more memory is all relatively affordable as well, while the base model’s $879.99 price seems respectable for what you get. It’s especially nice that this laptop – unlike the XPS 13 – doesn’t fall into the trap of providing just 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD in its low-priced base model.
  • The Future of PC Case Mods: Dancing Anime Girls - Virtual idol Hatsune Miku appears to be dancing inside this modded PC case, which was recently shown in Osaka earlier this summer: the case mod is outfitted with a clear LCD panel, giving the appearance that Miku is dancing.
  • Kaspersky Says NSA Employee Used Backdoored MS Office Key Gen - Iain Thomson at Theregister discusses a report from Kaspersky that details how hackers could have stolen powerful and highly confidential software exploits from an NSA employee's Windows PC. According to the report, the NSA employee downloaded a backdoored MS Office key gen and Office ISO. He disabled Kaspersky AV so he could run the key gen and then reenabled the AV. Upon the next scan of the AV it noticed some interesting code and phoned it back home. This is how Kaspersky says they gained knowledge/possession of the NSA classified code. All in all this is getting more interesting all the time.
  • Any iPhone App with Camera Permission Can Secretly Record You - Google engineer Felix Krause has detailed an alarming privacy setting in Apple's iOS that enables iPhone apps with camera permission to surreptitiously take photos and videos of you -- without your knowledge. All of this without any notice or indication that your iPhone is snapping images of your face. No sound, no light, no LEDs.
  • The New York Times Is Now Available as a Tor Onion Service - The NYT is experimenting with secure communication by making their website available as a Tor Onion Service. They explain that some readers use Tor because their access is technically blocked, or because they worry about local network monitoring or online privacy, so they are making their website accessible via a special, secure, and hard-to-block VPN-like "tunnel" through the Tor network.
  • Apple slashes iPhone 8 production - One of Apple's key supply chain sources in Taiwan has reported that the tech giant has cut orders for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus by about 50%. This drop will affect November and December orders.
  • Hackers Distribute Malware-Infected Media Player to Hundreds of Mac - ESET researchers noticed that Eltima, the makers of Elmedia Player, have been distributing a version of their application trojanized with the OSX/Proton malware on their official website. Anyone who downloaded Elmedia Player or Folx software recently should verify if their system is compromised by testing for the presence of certain files and directories. If you have downloaded that software on October 19th before 3:15pm EDT and run it, you are likely compromised. As far as we know, only the version downloaded from the Eltima website contains the trojanized application. The built-in automatic update mechanism seems unaffected. OSX/Proton is a backdoor with extensive data stealing capabilities. It gains persistence on the system and can steal OS details, browser information, cryptocurrency wallets, and more.
  • Total Commander 9.10 - support for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update - Total Commander is regarded by many as the best replacement for Windows Explorer. Its latest release, version 9.10, looks to further solidify that status with various improvements, support for the Windows 10's Fall Creators Update and support for multiple screens with different DPIs per screen
  • Tearing Up a Perfectly Good Pixel 2 XL - How does the Pixel 2 XL hold up to Jerry's durability test?
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gx-x(11:55 AM EDT - Oct,29 2017 )
Does that mean all 1070 Tis perform the same, though?

Out of the box, yes. You can overclock/underclock using the tools you have been using for years :)

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