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TechNews - 4GHz CPU Battle: AMD vs Intel - tech
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  • Intel Rumored to Release i7-8086K to Celebrate 40 Years of the x86 - The i7-8086K would be a limited anniversary edition marking 40 years since Intel first launched the 8086 16-bit microprocessor. Spec-wise, it is very similar to an i7-8700K, but the base and boost clocks got bumped to 4 GHz and 5.1 GHz, respectively. With proper cooling, the i7-8086K could be overclocked easily to 5.0 GHz and beyond.
  • 4GHz CPU Battle: AMD 2nd-Gen Ryzen vs. Intel 8th-Gen Core - Despite a rather large clock speed deficit, the second-gen Ryzen CPUs aren't often that far behind their Intel rivals in application benchmarks and here we see why when comparing them clock-for-clock at 4GHz. In applications such as Cinebench R15 we see that
  • Nvidia GTX 1180 specs and performance data leaks out - Nvidia managed to keep the next gen GeForce GTX 11xx family of GPUs under wraps pretty well up until now, but this did not really stop speculators to extrapolate all the available data and come up with a preliminary specs sheet and performance projections. The guys over at WCCFTech put together a list of GTX 1180 specs and expected performance, however, strangely enough, they do not cite any sources, so the usual salt disclaimer should apply here, as well. First of all, it's still not clear if Nvidia will use the Turing or the Ampere architecture, both derived from the Volta one released last year. The new GPUs will be manufactured using the 12 nm FinFET process and the die size will be around 400 square mm. Based on the original Volta specs, the GTX 1180 could come with 3584 CUDA cores, 224 TMUs and 64 ROPs, while the core clock could be set at 1.6 GHz (1.8 GHz boost). On the memory side, the interface should not change from the current 256-bit one. Bandwidth and transfer speeds will theoretically reach 512 GB/s and 16 Gbps, respectively, thanks to the new GDDR6 memory that should come in 8/16 GB configurations. The expected TDP is somewhere between 170-200 W. Regarding the actual performance numbers, the GTX 1180 could end up 50% faster than the GTX 1080 and around 10% faster than the Titan Xp, at least in 2560 x 1440 tests. The next gen GPU could be even faster in 1080p, but the real improvement should be seen in 4K tests.
  • NVIDIA AI Inpainting Is Cool - Researchers from NVIDIA, led by Guilin Liu, introduced a state-of-the-art deep learning method that can edit images or reconstruct a corrupted image, one that has holes or is missing pixels. The method can also be used to edit images by removing content and filling in the resulting holes. Learn more about their research paper 'Image Inpainting for Irregular Holes Using Partial Convolutions.'
  • AMD Threadripper Water Block Review Roundup 2017 - Another EK Fail
  • Western Digital Outs Capacious 14TB Ultrastar DC HC530 HDD - Western Digital (WD) has pulled the wraps off a new high capacity storage drive that is aimed directly at cloud and enterprise data centers. The new Ultrastar DC HC530 has 14TB of storage capacity, which WD says is the highest capacity conventional magnetic recording hard drive on the market today. The HC530 uses fifth-generation HelioSeal technology and is meant to be perfect for environments where storage density, watt/TB and $/TB are critical. The drive will allow enterprise users to build petabyte-scale infrastructures. WD says that the new HC530 is a follow-on to the 14TB shielded magnetic recording drive, the Ultrastar Hs14. Brendan Collins, vice president of marketing, Devices, Western Digital, said, "Our enterprise and hyperscale cloud customers demand reliability with the highest capacities and densities to deliver the lowest TCO for business-critical applications. Having invented, brought to market and delivered five generations of industry-leading innovations in helium technology, and with more than 27 million drives shipped, our ability to maintain high quality and reliability have made us the trusted partner of top-tier cloud providers, Internet giants and OEMs around the world." WD adds that the HC530 will be offered in both SAS and SATA interfaces, it features a two-dimensional magnetic recording, and an improved dual stage micro actuator for optimal head positioning and rotational vibration robustness. The drive also has a self-encrypting engine integrated and is rated for 2.5M hours MTBF. WD will sell the drive with a 5-year limited warranty and is now offering limited qualification samples to qualified customers. No retail price has been announced at this time.
  • Next Major Windows 10 Update Available April 30th - The next major Windows 10 update will be available as a free download on Monday, April the 30th according to Microsoft. You could consider this the Spring Creators Update, but Microsoft has declined to label it as such. However, it does have a few interesting features that might make it attractive to some of you. One of them is the Timeline feature that allows a person to move back and forth between their mobile and office desktop without losing a beat if they are using Edge or Office 365. Also, it will offer a feature called Focus Assist that can mute notifications for you automatically when in focus mode. Now these aren't earth shattering features, but they might be to some. As always you should consider whether you want to jump on this right out of the gate or let everyone else be the canary before you upgrade.
  • Microsoft Working on Cut-Down Version of OS - Microsoft is releasing a lighter version of Windows 10 for Redstone 5, the big OS update due out in the Fall. Dubbed "Windows 10 Lean," it features an installer 2GB smaller than Windows 10 Pro and loses basics such as wallpaper, drivers for CD/DVD drives, and apps like Regedit. It is not clear what Microsoft plans to do with the SKU. It may simply be intended for virtual machines, or Microsoft may be looking to make another go at a version of Windows for really low-powered devices.
  • Vive Pro Being Used As AR Dev Kit - UploadVR is reporting that HTC has just released its software development kit for the front facing cameras on the new Vive Pro, turning it into an augmented reality developer kit. This means you have some choice if you're a developer looking to build software for headsets that mix a digital reality with the real world. You can sign up for the Magic Leap SDK and try to get your hands on hard-to-get hardware from the company while swearing yourself to secrecy. Or you can think about getting a product like the Zed Mini or Vive Pro to more quickly and openly explore your ideas.
  • Experts Admit They Have No Clue How AI Will Change Our World - Will AI destroy humanity? Will it save us from ourselves? Or will it leave us about where we are now?
  • How to send an 'E mail' - Database - 1984 - How to send an e mail 1980's style. Electronic message writing down the phone line. First shown on Thames TV's computer programme 'Database' in 1984
  • 32 Secret Combinations on Your Keyboard - Have you ever thought how many secrets are hidden inside of your computer? We collected all the secret keyboard tricks you probably didn't know about (for Windows and OS X).
  • iTunes for Windows Available for Download from Microsoft Store - Windows 10 users will no longer have to visit the Apple site for iTunes, as the program can now be downloaded directly from the Microsoft Store. There are reportedly no differences between this and the classic desktop version, aside from the fact that it is compatible with Windows 10 S.
  • Apple Ends Production of AirPort - TechCruch is reporting that Apple has announced the end of production of AirPort base stations, including AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule. In a statement provided to TechCrunch, an apple spokesperson said "We're discontinuing the Apple AirPort base station products, they will be available through, Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers while supplies last." In addition, MacRumors is reporting that Apple will be providing service and parts for the current generation of AirPort base stations for the next five years. Not entirely surprising to me though, Apple has not been into making new hardware for the most part lately.
  • Apple's New Robot Prevents Your Dead iPhone from Pushing Daisies - Apple has made several commitments to environmental conservation efforts based on recycling old iPhones. To start, the company will make a donation to Conservation International for every device recycled at Apple stores and between now and April 30. Eligible devices will receive credit that customers can use toward an in-store purchase or put on an Apple Store Gift Card. The value will vary by device. Conservation International protects natural resources. Further, Apple debuted Daisy, a new robot that disassembles old iPhones in order to recover valuable materials for recycling purposes. Apple says Daisy can take apart nine different iPhone models, and disassemble up to 200 devices per hour, removing and sorting components. "At Apple, we're constantly working toward smart solutions to address climate change and conserve our planet's precious resources," said Lisa Jackson, Apple's VP of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives. "In recognition of Earth Day, we are making it as simple as possible for our customers to recycle devices and do something good for the planet through Apple GiveBack. We're also thrilled to introduce Daisy to the world, as she represents what's possible when innovation and conservation meet." Apple continues to work to reduce its carbon footprint, use safer materials in its products, and power its facilities with clean energy. Last, Apple said it will send an alert to Apple Watch users on April 21 challenging them to go outside and complete 30 minutes of activity. Those who do will be rewarded with unique stickers in iMessage.
  • Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium Captures and Plays 4K HDR Video - Sony has announced the Xperia XZ2 Premium, a high-end Android phone that boasts some of the most advanced imaging features available in a mobile device. The XZ2 Premium has a 5.8-inch 4K HDR display (16:9 aspect ratio) that Sony says is 30% brighter than its previous mobile 4K screen. The phone relies on Sony's Bravia TV and X-Reality mobile technologies to help improve contrast and up-convert standard content to near HDR quality. The XZ2 Premium includes a new Motion Eye Dual camera from Sony, which puts two Exmor RS sensors to work: one 19-megapixel for full color capture and a second 12-megapixel for black-and-white capture with contrast info.
  • Amazon Raising Price of Prime to $119 On May 11 - Amazon today said it will increase the price of its Amazon Prime service from $99 to $119 on May 11. "We continue to increase the value of Prime," said Amazon CFO Brian Olsavsky during the company's quarterly earnings call with analysts. Amazon Prime scores members expedited shipping, shipping discounts, and access to cloud-based services such as Amazon Prime Movies and Prime Music. Amazon also offers discounts on select phones to Prime members via its Amazon Prime Exclusives program. Olsavsky noted that it is seeing "rises in cost" for these "digital benefits." The May 11 rate increase will apply to new members. The price goes up to $119 on June 16 for existing Prime customers who renew the yearly service.
  • YouTube Kids to Give Parents More Control - YouTube has updates in store for its YouTube Kids service that will provide parents with more granular control over what their children can find and watch. Beginning immediately, Google's partners will cull together "collections of trusted channels" that range across topics such as music, sports, and arts and crafts so parents can pick and choose which their children are allowed to watch. This tool is located in the Profile Settings, where parents can toggle access to collections from Sesame Workshop, PBS Kids, and more. Also starting this week, YouTube will give parents more power over the search function. Turning off the search function will limit the YouTube Kids app to only those channels and programs that have been verified by the YouTube Kids team. When search is set to off, it will not include recommendations from the broader selection of the YouTube Kids app. Later this year, parents will be able to take even more direct control over content. A new feature called parent-approved content will let parents "specifically handpick every video and channel" their kids are allowed to watch. This feature will be added in the months ahead. YouTube said the current version of YouTube Kids will remain available to those parents who are comfortable with its design and feature set. YouTube Kids is free to download from the Google Play Store.
  • Google Simplifies Two-Factor Authentication in Gmail - Google has reduced the complexity of using two-factor authentication for Gmail in an effort to encourage more people to take advantage of the tool. Moving forward, iPhone and iPad users can receive security prompts within Gmail. Previously, users needed to have both Gmail and the Google mobile app in order to use two-factor authentication. Google says this new method, which puts two-factor entirely within Gmail, should be easier to use while still offering a more secure method of authentication accounts. Google says this change is rolling out to all users over the next week.
  • Chrome 66 for iOS and Desktops Halts Autoplay - Google is this week releasing version 66 of its Chrome browser to iOS, Mac, Windows, and Linux devices. The core feature of Chrome 66 is tackling autoplay video and audio. With the autoplay blocker on, web sites won't be allowed to automatically roll video ads or other content that might be hard to silence or mute. The autoplay blocker is turned on by default, though videos that have no audio or muted audio will still be allowed to play. For iOS devices, Chrome 66 makes it easy for iPhone and iPad owners to export passwords saved in Chrome and use them in another app. Last, Chrome 66 gains stability and performance improvement. Chrome is free to download from the Google Play Store, Mac App Store, Windows Store, and iTunes App Store.
  • Alienware Hotel Room - The Alienware room is a gamer's paradise. As Homecrux highlights, the pad is equipped with a high-end Alienware PC running an Intel Core i7 8700 CPU, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti GPU, 32GB of DDR4 RAM and Windows 10 Pro. There's also a laptop on hand - an Alienware 15 - sporting a Core i7-7700HQ chip, 32GB of memory and a GTX 1070 which should be handy if you can't leave the desktop for more than five minutes to use the restroom. There's also an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset on hand as well as a 65-inch 4K OLED TV paired to a 5.1-channel audio system and a 34-inch Alienware monitor for desktop gaming. And that just scratches the surface as you've got Alienware-everything accessories (keyboards, mice, palm rests) plus Xbox One Elite controllers, a gaming simulator chair and even full-room lighting effects. Should you somehow decide to pull yourself away from the gaming action, you'll find two king beds and a luxurious bathroom at your disposal. The Alienware gaming room at the Hilton Panama is now available at a somewhat reasonable $349 per night.
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Csimbi(11:28 AM CEST - Apr,30 2018 )
Intel Rumored to Release i7-8086K to Celebrate 40 Years of the x86

Intel has done nothing good for the PCs over the last couple of years.
We've had 4Ghz CPUs long ago.
We should be at 10Ghz CPUs about now.

Western Digital Outs Capacious 14TB Ultrastar DC HC530 HDD

Also behind on disk capacity, but at least they are trying.
To survive vs. SSD, these need to be much bigger a less prone to failure - which, really is their biggest weakness.
Who the heck would want to loose so much data at once?

Microsoft Working on Cut-Down Version of OS

Windows 11 needs some of those. Rip the shit noone needs instead: corporate management APIs, non-Win32 crap, telemetry and so on.
You will be down to 1Gig.
Let me know when you're done.

Experts Admit They Have No Clue How AI Will Change Our World

Of course they don't. AI makes its own decisions.
Just watch youtube videos on all the epic fails and you will realize that we humans are fucked from the beginning.

How to send an 'E mail' - Database - 1984

Sent my first email using Gopher around 1992.

Relativity of Simultaneity

Yep, looks relatively stupid.
You see, just because your perception of same-time events change, it does not mean that the events did not occur at the same time.
The limiting factor in the video is the speed of light. Something oh-so-unreachable and mysterious. Fuck that.
Suppose you fire three firecrackers at the same time. The order in which you hear their sounds depends on your position when the sound hits you (moving or not) simply because the limiting factor is the speed of sound.
Same logic with light, just more zeroes.

Tom(09:34 PM CEST - Apr,30 2018 )
Amazon Raising Price of Prime to $119 On May 11

I'll be canceling my service. I can wait a few extra days for my parcels. Their music selection sucks and their TV stuff I can get elsewhere.

YouTube Kids to Give Parents More Control

Way too late.... Seriously.

Next Major Windows 10 Update Available April 30th

Requiring me to use Edge on my phone.. Nope. Sorry.

Nvidia GTX 1180 specs and performance data leaks out

Leak my ass. Just marketing.

Microsoft Working on Cut-Down Version of OS

I own Pro and removed that which I didn't need. Cut down OS would be worse than Home Edition and to me Home Edition sucks.

Microsoft Working on Cut-Down Version of OS

And I have to watch a 10 min video? F that.

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