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(hx) 01:33 PM EST - Nov,19 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
  • Intel To Assemble Coffee Lake CPUs In Chengdu Plant - In a product change notice, Intel stated that it will begin assembling Coffee Lake desktop CPUs at its plant located in Chengdu, China. Since their launch, Coffee Lake desktop CPUs have been somewhat limited in availability. In an effort to help alleviate supply issues, Intel notified its customers that they will soon begin also receiving parts assembled in China. The change is effective for i5-8400, i5-8600K, i7-8700, and i7-8700K CPUs.
  • NVIDIA shows the power of VR at Autodesk University 2017 - Sean Wagstaff, Technical Marketing Manager at NVIDIA, gives a demonstration of the power of VR for architectural design reviews using Revit at Autodesk University 2017
  • Seagate BarraCuda Pro 12TB HDD Tested - The BarraCuda Pro 12TB is a unique product in the market. It is not often that we see a leading capacity 'desktop-class' hard drive rated for 24x7 operation or workload ratings of 300TB/year. To top it all, Seagate is even throwing in a 5-year warranty. A 2-year data recovery service (DRS) is also included. The lower load/unload cycles rating (300K, compared to the 600K in the equivalent NAS drives) and MTBF (1M hours, compared to 1.2M for the equivalent Pro NAS drive) are slightly disappointing aspects, but, they are more than made up for by the warranty and DRS.
  • Best PC Power Supplies: Holiday 2017 - For users that want the absolute best and cost is not an issue, the Corsair AX1500i has been the undisputed performance champion over the past several years. Seasonic and their new PRIME Titanium series are serious competition against Corsair’s flagships, but Seasonic does not have any relevant units with a power output as high as the AX1500i does. There is virtually no other >1200 Watt PSU available today that combines the quality, performance, efficiency, and features of the AX1500i. The only problem is that the AX1500i currently retails for $400, which is enough to buy a complete mainstream system.
  • XSPC Razer Neo Waterblock for GTX 1080 Ti Unboxing - Worth mentioning it is the first built with a tempered glass window instead of acrylic.
  • Surface Book 2 gets torn down, repairs are tough - The Surface Book 2 was available for pre-order last week, but you can now head to a store and make your purchase on the spot, as it made its official retail debut on November 16. While it is a beautifully crafted machine, it seems that just like its predecessor, the Surface Book 2 isn't terribly easy to repair
  • How To Fix Windows 10 Unsupported Disk Layout UEFI Error - A common problem that Windows users have encountered when trying to update Windows 10 is the “Unsupported Disk Layout for UEFI Firmware” error. This error basically means that the partition structure of your hard drive is not supported by the version of Windows 10 that you want to upgrade to. This error can be resolved by creating a Microsoft Reserved Partition (MSR), which is used on Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)/GUID Partition Table (GPT) disks. Without getting too technical, we will outline the steps to fix this error when attempting to update.
  • Google's AI Guru Predicts Humans and Machines Will Merge within 20 years - Ray Kurzweil, Google's guru of AI and futurism, believes we'll all be less biological, because humans are always evolving, and the next step of our evolution will be the internal implementation of technology. The human-robot hybrid won't be a monstrosity of metal. It'll just be a chip in your brain instead of an iPhone in your hand.
  • Apple Releases iOS 11.1.2 to Clean Up More Bugs - Apple today released iOS 11.1.2 for the iPhone and iPad. This minor release primarily fixes bugs. Specifically, it resolves an issue where the iPhone X screen might temporarily freeze up or become unresponsive to touch input after a rapid decrease in temperature. It also addresses an issue that might result in blurry Live Photos captured with the iPhone X. The small update is free to download and install over the air.
  • Watch a 10-Year-Old's Face Unlock His Mom's iPhone X  - Attaullah Malik and Sana Sherwani made that discovery earlier this month, when their fifth-grade son, Ammar Malik, walked into the bedroom of their Staten Island home to admire their new pair of iPhone Xs just after they'd set up Face ID. Malik offered to let Ammar look at his phone instead, but the boy picked up his mother's, not knowing which was which. And a split second after he looked at it, the phone unlocked.
  • OnePlus 5T - A New View - OnePlus today announced the OnePlus 5T, an update to its 2017 flagship handset that adopts the 2:1 aspect ratio for the display. The new OLED screen measures 6 inches from corner to corner and includes 2,160 by 1,080 pixels. In order to accommodate the new display, OnePlus relocated the fingerprint reader to the rear of the phone. The device adds a facial recognition tool for security. OnePlus says it takes only 0.4 seconds to recognize the owner's face and unlock. 
  • Germany Bans Children's Smartwatches - A German regulator has banned the sale of smartwatches aimed at children, describing them as spying devices. It had previously banned an internet-connected doll called, My Friend Cayla, for similar reasons. Telecoms regulator the Federal Network Agency urged parents who had such watches to destroy them. All I've got to say about that is.....dilly, dilly. Company's have got to fix their stuff when it comes to child safety.
  • The Tesla Semi Revealed - Despite some delays, as promised Elon Musk finally rolled in to reveal Tesla's new all-electric truck, the Tesla Semi. The big rig goes from 0 to 60 in 5 seconds and tows a max load 80,000 lbs with an estimated range of 500 miles on the highway. A range of 400 miles can be had in 30 minutes on a single charge from solar powered "Megachargers" the company plans to build.
  • Bitcoin Passes $8,000 For the First Time in History - Just weeks after crossing the $7,000 milestone, bitcoin surged to a new all-time high on November 16, peaking at $8020 on the Bitfinex exchange. This marked the first time the cryptocurrency's value passed the $8,000 mark, though it dropped back down to $7,896 at the time of writing. Is bitcoin going to keep going up? Only time will tell, but it sure looks like it.
  • New York Court Says Police Must Get Warrant to Use Stingrays - Moving forward, New York law enforcement agencies will need to go before a judge and obtain an eavesdropping warrant if they wish to use stingrays to track suspects' cellphones. Stingrays spoof cell towers and fool cell phones into connecting with them. Police use them in cars or airplanes scanning entire neighborhoods seeking the phone of a single suspect. The issue is that the stingrays are imprecise and sweep up location, call, and messaging data of every cell phone in the vicinity. "The use of a cell-site simulator intrudes upon an individual's reasonable expectation of privacy, acting as an instrument of eavesdropping, and requires a separate warrant supported by probable cause," wrote the Brooklyn judge overseeing the case. The ruling mirrors one made in Washington, D.C. earlier this year. Privacy advocates around the country are pushing back against the use of stingrays. According to the New York Civil Liberties Union, the NYPD used stingrays more than 1,000 times between 2008 and 2015, though generally only for the most serious offenses. The Brooklyn ruling will set the tone for cases involving the use of stingrays tried in New York
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Csimbi(08:09 AM EST - Nov,20 2017 )
NVIDIA shows the power of VR at Autodesk University 2017

What a load of junk.
We can render low-res poligons - yei!

Seagate BarraCuda Pro 12TB HDD Tested

Seems at least one of them is catching up to where they should have been several years ago...

Best PC Power Supplies: Holiday 2017

Once you go SeaSonic, you will never want anything else.


How To Fix Windows 10 Unsupported Disk Layout UEFI Error

I expected this to start with "Insert Windows 7 CD". Nice surprise!

Google's AI Guru Predicts Humans and Machines Will Merge within 20 years

Machines already merged with humans years ago, dumdum. In 20 years, it's not even going to be mainstream; will die off much like smart watches because people prefer their privacy - which is of course, some Google has never heard of.

Watch a 10-Year-Old's Face Unlock His Mom's iPhone X

Great tech! Not!

Germany Bans Children's Smartwatches

Hardly surprising. EU mums actually care while US mums just "like to be informed".

New York Court Says Police Must Get Warrant to Use Stingrays

Again, there goes the privacy of anyone nearby the target, no matter where the target may be... I wonder what would happen if a criminal was to be Stingrayed near the White House, lol
These American regulations are so broken...

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