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  • Intel 2016 CPU Roadmap Leaked - The latest Intel CPU roadmap for 2016 has leaked and it features information on several upcoming CPU models including Broadwell-E, Apollo Lake, and Kaby Lake-S. Broadwell-E is the next entry in the "high-end" CPU market and will have four different models with the lowest level CPU sporting six cores at 3.4GHz. Kaby Lake-S will replace the recently released Skylake processors though it should be noted that its release was only enabled by the delay to Cannonlake. It will add support for USB 3.1, HDCP 2.2, and increase PCIe 3.0 lanes from 20 to 24. Apollo Lake will take the place of Braswell, a low power chip designed for mobile devices.
  • MSI Z170A Gaming M5 Motherboard Tested - MSI was among the first to participate in our Z170 review series. Will the now-mature firmware give its $180 Z170A Gaming M5 a lead in the upper-midrange LGA 1151 enthusiast segment?
  • ASUS Announces 20th Anniversary Gold Edition GTX 980 Ti - ASUS is releasing the GTX 980 Ti version for the 20th Anniversary Golden Edition to celebrate 20 years of making graphics cards. This will be the last chance to get the limited edition gold card. It is not just a GTX 980 Ti in gold, this is the fastest GTX 980 Ti on the planet - even without liquid cooling! Yes, you can buy it, with the GPU base clock set to a whopping 1,266MHz, and 1,367Mhz for GPU boosted clock! To put that in perspective, that is even higher than the mighty ROG Matrix GTX 980 Ti with a base clock of of 1,216 MHz and boosted clock of 1,317Mhz! This translates to 22.1% more performance in Grand Theft Auto V and 20.8% more frames per second in Witcher 3 when compared to reference!  Advanced features such as Memory Defroster for LN2 overclocking, color-coded Load Indicator to display GPU load level, and Safe Mode for instant VBIOS reload are all onboard. DirectCU II with 0dB fan technology provides complete silence for general use, while being 30% cooler and three times quieter than reference during more intensive gaming.
  • Radeon R9 Nano roundup - At 1440p the AMD Radeon R9 Nano provided a decent gameplay experience. In most games we were able to use nearest to highest, if not highest game settings in games. The only game we only really needed to back down on settings was The Witcher 3. All other games were playable at enjoyable game settings on the Nano. Considering the small form factor computer we had built this is good news for the 1440p gameplay experience. The AMD Radeon R9 Fury X took it further and was faster than the AMD Radeon R9 Nano. Though we were already experiencing a high level of gameplay, the Fury X added more performance to the mix and did allow some higher settings. Even better still the GeForce GTX 980 Ti had the best performance, and allowed the highest overall settings. In pure terms of an enjoyable 1440p gameplay experience, the Fury X and GTX 980 Ti are faster, but the Nano did deliver an enjoyable experience, it did not suffer.
  • NEC EA275UHD 27-inch UHD Monitor Review - If you're interested in Ultra HD for gaming, this monitor doesn't break any new ground. It's a 60Hz panel and forgoes both G-Sync and FreeSync. A 60Hz refresh rate at 3840x2160 resolution is likely to be with us until newer DisplayPort and HDMI standards are able to handle the extra bandwidth. And at this writing the only frame-rate-matching-capable UHD screen available is Acer's XB280HK which offers G-Sync technology. The EA275UHD therefore is squarely aimed at the enterprise. Pretty much anything NEC makes can be considered luxury business class based on build quality alone. The Ultra HD factor however takes this display to the top of its category.
  • Microsoft cumulative update (KB3120677) for Windows 10 - Microsoft has now rolled out an updated Cumulative Update (KB3120677) via Windows Update, replacing the previous one that rolled out a week ago, and now brings the OS version up to 10586.14. This update only applies to systems updated to version 15/11 (November Update). You can apply it by going in to All Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and then 'Check for updates', or simply wait for Windows 10 to automatically apply it.
  • Wi-Fi enabled Barbie doll can be easily hacked - Security experts have warned that Mattel's latest Wi-Fi enabled Barbie doll can easily be exploited by hackers to spy on children and listen in on household conversations without the owner's knowledge. In addition to having Wi-Fi capabilities, the Hello Barbie doll features speech recognition technology that allows it to listen to a child and respond via voice – like a less-advanced version of digital assistants such as Cortana and Siri. Mattel says the toy "listens and remembers the user's likes and dislikes, giving everyone their own unique experience."  The conversations are recorded and stored on the servers of ToyTalk, the company behind the technology. There's even an option for parents to upload and share the conversations online. Security researcher Matt Jakubowski discovered that when connected to a Wi-Fi network the doll was vulnerable to hackers. He was easily able to access the doll's account information, system information, stored audio files and microphone.
  • Anonymous takes down ISIS website, replaces it with Viagra ad - Anonymous seems to be going all out with waging war against terrorist group ISIS. Ghost Sec, a group related to the global hacktivist network, defaced a website that promotes ISIS propaganda, and replaced its contents with an advertisement for the sexual performance-enhancing drug Viagra.
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  • Skype for iPhone Adds Number and Address Detection - Skype improved its app for the iPhone and iPad today with support for call and calendar actions. Skype 6.6 now highlights phone numbers, addresses, times, and dates. Tapping on highlighted text starts the corresponding action. For example, tapping a phone number within a message will bring up the Skype dialpad with the number preloaded, or tapping an address will open Apple Maps and search for the location. Similar actions are available for the calendar, as well. Skype will automatically set up events and pull in any relevant details from the message thread. The calendar appointment will include a Skype chat URL in the notes, too, that goes back to the message. Last, Skype 6.6 improves multitasking by making it easier to return to Skype audio/video calls from the instant messaging or contact sections of the app. Skype 6.6 for iOS is free to download from the iTunes App Store.
  • Verizon Allowing Customers to Send Data as a Gift - Verizon Wireless today made it possible for subscribers to send one another the gift of data access. Verizon customers can send 1GB of LTE 4G data to family/friends for $10. Gifted data will be billed directly to the sender's account. The data can be purchased through the Verizon Messages app or Verizon's web site. Verizon said an update to the Verizon Messages app for Android, being pushed out today, adds the data-gifting feature.
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  • Samantha Bee Kills Aliens In The Promo For 'Full Frontal' - Full Frontal With Samantha Bee: late-night topical comedy coming to TBS February 2016.
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  • Captain America: Civil War Trailer - Captain America (Chris Evans) and Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) face off in the first epic trailer for Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, in theaters May 6
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last 10 comments:
Csimbi(05:54 PM CET - Nov,29 2015 )
Intel 2016 CPU Roadmap Leaked

Expected 5GHz processors last year.
Intel's going to shit it seems.

NEC EA275UHD 27-inch UHD Monitor Review

16:9 -> trash

Wi-Fi enabled Barbie doll can be easily hacked

Who in their sane mind would spend time on hacking Barbies?

Anonymous takes down ISIS website, replaces it with Viagra ad

Is this what they promised?

$10 Tool Can Guess (And Steal) Your AMEX Credit Card Number

Who is their sane mind uses AMEX? (unless required by corporation)

Verizon Allowing Customers to Send Data as a Gift

Metered internet sucks

huldu(10:08 PM CET - Nov,29 2015 )
So a hacking group is pissing off a group of extremists, how on earth is that going to end well for anyone?

On one side you have a group of anonymous hackers, probably around the age of 15-25. The other side has people who are willing to kill/murder(and are actually doing it) people for their "beliefs".

The first group isn't even in the same league and never will, at most they're just pissing them off even more, meaning more innocent people will suffer.

Mojoman(11:07 AM CET - Nov,30 2015 )
Intel CPUs:
What about releasing a fanless CPU that doesn't suck?

Wifi Barbie:
Why the fuck would somebody buy such thing? Same for TVs with microphones and cameras, Home Stereos, Refrigerators, etc that connect to the internet for useless application.
Only a fan of the three letter agency would like that shit.

Anonymous "war" against ISIS:
I guess it's useful to decrease the spreading of propaganda but I doubt that's effective since ISIS is putting propaganda at 38 times a day. [source: ZeroHedge from yesterday].
We from Western society receive plenty of propaganda as well.

Captain America movie:
Thanks to CGI we see plenty of new comic hero's films but lately they're making shitty movies. With all the money spent, they could hire better directors and avoid the PG13 crap. Make the parents go with their children but make the movie watchable.

Man released from prison after 44 years:
Clickbait viral shit video. Like there's no TV in prison.
There's a discussion forum for inmate's families and they confirmed there's TV in prison, many inside the cell.

Fuck this shit! Haters gonna hate!

Tom(03:45 PM CET - Nov,30 2015 )
@fanless cpu comment. My little htpc box has a celeron. It's fanless. It has nothing but a rinky-dink thermal cover.

@Intel, what about bringing down the cost of your CPU's, which have held the same price for almost 2 years? Ah right, PC market, where anything goes and nobody gives a shit. Bend over and give it to me! Ya ya I'll pay the same price it was 2 years ago! Ya!

@Anonymous, anything they do to ISIS is good. Block their communication channels. How they even have a website that isn't actively blocked is beyond me.

Csimbi(08:35 PM CET - Nov,30 2015 )
Tom> @Anonymous, anything they do to ISIS is good. Block their communication channels. How they even have a website that isn't actively blocked is beyond me.
Better yet. Just observe their comms and tip off the local police. Help the police instead of agitating these extremists.
You'll be still fighting the good fight, just alongside the police this time.
Who knows, in return they might give you a free pass...

Tom(10:07 PM CET - Nov,30 2015 )
Csimbi> Tom> @Anonymous, anything they do to ISIS is good. Block their communication channels. How they even have a website that isn't actively blocked is beyond me.
Better yet. Just observe their comms and tip off the local police. Help the police instead of agitating these extremists.
You'll be still fighting the good fight, just alongside the police this time.
Who knows, in return they might give you a free pass...

How do you know they aren't already doing that?

Csimbi(03:44 PM CET - Dec,01 2015 )
I don't. I wish they would.

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