Gameguru Mania Updated:06:26 PM EDT May,24
SPONSORS: New Casino Sites
Binary Option Robot & Bot
best rated online slots
play for free at ceskecasino

Dazzle Casino
Mobile Slots
Anytime Casino

Puzzle Games
Anagram Solver
best e cigarette

free spins no deposit uk

You'll find everything you need to know about bonuses in Swedish at

Casino, or カジノ, as they say in Japan is one of the hottest trends in online gambling in Japan
Casino Sites
Judi Online

Find today's best video game promo codes on Dealspotr

If you love playing online casino, you should visit our casinoportal and get the best free spins.

Make sure to use this bitcoin casino for your cryptocurrency gaming.

Make sure you compare the best online casinos before betting

Battlefield V officially rev
Battlefield 5 Live Reveal
Red Dead Redemption 2 Won't
TechNews - Google Accused Of
Stats Show How Rarely Game C
LAWBREAKERS Gravity-Twisting
Valve's Steam Link App Beta
NVIDIA GTX1180 reportedly co
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 Announced
RAGE 2 - Official Gameplay T
TechNews - Amazing demo at G
Giraffe and Annika Announced
Borderlands 2 Unofficial Com
Black Ops 4 will feature a Z
Iron Danger Announced
Official Desolation of Mordo
The Tragedy of PUBG
Five minutes of Egress alpha
Brutal Half Life Beta 2
Quake Champions will get bot

Please e-mail us if you have news.

(c) 1997-2017 Gameguru Mania
Privacy Policy statement
SEARCH GAME:   Windows Tools     CD/DVD tools    Ransomware Removal Tools
 Gameguru Mania News - Jan,20 2018 -  
TechNews - Best Gaming CPUs - tech
(hx) 05:29 PM EST - Jan,20 2018 - Post a comment / read (3)
  • Best Gaming CPUs - For most high-end gamers, the flagship mainstream models in Intel's Core i7 and AMD's Ryzen 7 product families offer the best value. Intel's Coffee and Kaby Lake models offer the best absolute gaming performance, but AMD's Ryzen 7 series comes with more cores, which you might find attractive if you have more demanding requirements, such as streaming or intense multi-tasking. You can also often find the Ryzen processors well below MSRP.
  • NVIDIA Wants Retailers to Sell GeForce GPUs to Gamers, Not Miners - NVIDIA has publicized some of their thoughts on the GPU pricing situation: speaking with ComputerBase, spokesman Boris Bohles thinks that gamers, not miners, are more deserving of their products and that retailers should better meet their needs. There is no indication that NVIDIA will actually engage trading partners to ensure this happens, however.
  • Dell XPS 15 2-In-1 W/ Intel 8th Gen & AMD Radeon RX Vega - Needless to say, graphics performance definitely looks promising for these new 8th generation Intel Core processors with AMD graphics.
  • Windows 8.1 Mainstream Support Ends - Windows 8.1 has now moved into the Extended Support phase of its lifecycle, which means that customers can no longer request to have changes made to the OS or add new features. Non-security updates are only available with Extended Hotfix Support, and complimentary support from Microsoft gives way to paid support options. About the only good thing about Extended Support is that security updates will continue to be pushed out to Windows 8.1 systems. According to Microsoft, Windows 8.1 Extended Support will end five years from today, on January 10th, 2023. At that point, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates (except in extremely rare situations).
  • Google's Fuchsia OS on the Pixelbook: It works! It actually works! - It's worth mentioning, once again, that Fuchsia probably has a long way to go. Android took five years at Google to become a consumer operating system, while Fuchsia has only been in development for about two years. For a few reasons, Fuchsia might even take longer than Android to hit version 1.0. By all accounts Android's initial development was a rush job at Google, as the company hurriedly tried to whip together an answer to the headline-grabbing first-gen iPhone. Today, Google has more than 80 percent of the smartphone OS marketshare, so it has no reason to rush Fuchsia out the door.
  • MacBook Users Claim Apple Overstates Standby Battery Life - Reports on Apple's Support Communities and other discussion groups suggest that MacBooks are not living up to their promise of "up to 30 days standby time." Their batteries are supposedly draining at 2 to 10 times the normal rate during standby, leaving the laptops dead after only 3 to 15 days. Apple is calling this 'normal behavior.' Reaching out to Apple CEO Tim Cook directly, Antoniou said he was contacted by spokesperson Shane Barton, who told him that "there was nothing wrong with [the battery] according to Apple," and "even blocked the local Apple store from letting me pay for a new battery."
  • iPhone X Reported to Have Overheating Problems - It's been reported that several customers over in the Apple forums are stating that their iPhone X is overheating for no reason at all. Some have said they even put the phone in the freezer to cool it down and that didn't help. At this point in time it's too soon to say this is a wide-spread issue, but it's worth keeping an eye on. Also, beside the overheating issue, some users are beginning to suspect Apple is using some kind of enhancement that uses the cellular connection for some reason even if they have wifi turned on and connected. In addition to the overheating, some iPhone X owners are also starting to believe that Apple's new device uses a lot more cellular data than earlier models and that iPhone X "has enhancements that might use cellular data regardless of a wifi connection." Apple hasn't provided any insight into what those "enhancements" are or if they can be turned off but it could be quite worrying for individuals with low data tariffs who ensure that they stay connected to WiFi to stay within their data limitations.
  • Intel AMT security hole lets hackers take control of corporate laptops - The way the attack is accomplished is by rebooting the computer and then entering the boot menu. In most circumstances, this is the end of the line for an attacker because any competent IT pro would have enabled the BIOS password and the exploit could go no further. However, on AMT machines, the attacker can select Intel's Management Engine BIOS Extension (MEBx) and log in using the default password 'admin.'
  • World's most powerful mobile spyware can read WhatsApp messages - Security firm Kaspersky has uncovered a new Android spyware tool that's being described as one of the most powerful and advanced forms of mobile malware ever. Named after one of the domains where it was first identified, Skygofree can perform a number of malicious activities, including recording audio and reading WhatsApp messages. While Kaspersky discovered Skygofree in late 2017, it's been around and evolving since 2014. What makes the spyware particularly insidious is the way it's distributed through fake sites designed to look like those from mobile carriers. The tool is advertised as a piece of software designed to increase the internet speeds of anyone who downloads it.
  • iOS Update to Let iPhone Owners Keep Phones Running Fast - Apple plans to give iPhone owners more control over their devices, particularly the battery and performance, says CEO Tim Cook. Speaking to ABCNews, Cook addressed the issue concerning older iPhone batteries. The company admitted late last year that it slows down the performance of some devices in order to prevent them from shutting down. End users often complain that their devices feel slow after updating the software.
  • Google Sends Security Patch to Pixel Phones - Google has sent a fresh security patch to the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets. Google says the update "fixes critical bugs and improves the performance and stability" of the Pixel smartphones. The update is about 50 MB and can be downloaded over the air. Google normally issues security patches at the beginning of each month. This mid-month update is atypical. Google has also begun distributing Google Play Services 11.9.74 beta, which contains fixes for the Chromecast WiFi-sapping bug revealed earlier this week. The Play Services update is being pushed in limited numbers. Google hasn't said when the final version of Play Services 11.9.74, with the Chromecast patch, will reach all devices.
  • Google Rolling Out Fix For Wi-Fi Killing Bug - In a post on a Google Home Help page, Google has announced they have identified the bug that was causing many users' router to be hammered with requests and subsequently freezing. These issues were most commonly reported by those who own a TP-Link Archer C7 router. Though initial user reports suggested it was strictly TP-Link routers that had these issues, Android Police has since found that users with Linksys and Synology routers have faced similar problems. If you were unlucky enough to be affected by one or more of these issues, you won't need to toss your Chromecast or Google Home device out just yet as Google is on the case. Today, the company started rolling out updates via Google Play services that should address these issues entirely. If the update is taking a while to hit your device, you can opt to download the Google Play Services 11.9.74 beta APK to get access to the fix ASAP.
  • Cisco can now sniff out malware inside encrypted traffic - Cisco has switched on latent features in its recent routers and switches, plus a cloud service, that together make it possible to detect the fingerprints of malware in encrypted traffic. Those devices can't do the job alone: users need to sign up for Cisco's StealthWatch service and let traffic from their kit flow to a cloud-based analytics service that inspects traffic and uses self-improving machine learning algorithms to spot dodgy traffic.
  • OnePlus Confirms 40,000 Customers' Data at Risk - OnePlus has said up to 40,000 customers' credit card data may have been lifted in an attack. Earlier this week, OnePlus customers reported fraudulent activity on their credit cards after making purchases from OnePlus' web site. OnePlus says its investigation shows the company was indeed compromised.
  • Twitter Looks at Your DMs and Saves those for Later - Project Veritas has released undercover footage of Twitter Engineers and employees admitting that Twitter employees view all of your private messages on their servers and analyze it to create a "virtual profile" of you which they sell to advertisers. The footage features four current Twitter software engineers–Conrado Miranda, Clay Haynes, Pranay Singh, and Mihai Alexandru Florea.
  • YouTube Announces Stricter Criteria For Monetization - YouTube has announced today that moving forward it wi be tougher to get a partnership and run ads on videos. Previously, channels had to reach 10,000 total views to be eligible for the YouTube Partner Program (YPP). Starting today, new channels will need to have 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months to be eligible for ads. We will begin enforcing these new requirements for existing channels in YPP beginning February 20th, 2018.
  • Amazon Raises Price of Prime Monthly Memberships by Nearly 20 Percent - If you pay for Amazon Prime on a monthly basis, be prepared to spend a little more: the fee is increasing from $10.99 to $12.99 ($156 a year). The annual $99 option is seeing no changes, but it may just be a matter of time before that goes up, too, as Amazon continues to introduce more and more benefits.
  • APPLE PARK: January 2018 Construction Update - Apple Park In Cupertino is open! Much of the large construction equipment has been removed from the campus as it is no longer needed. Landscaping gets a finishing touch.
  • Intel Does Drones Again - What a way to kick off CES 2018 in Las Vegas, the world's biggest tech show. Tech giant Intel were behind the 250 drones that lit up the fountains of the Bellagio.
  • Why Is Modern Pop Music So Terrible? - The BBC article covers a list of 5 things as to how pop music has come to suck, but two of the points stood out since these point back to AI and computer algorithms which were used to analyze the points being made that pop music's sound is becoming homogenized and repetitive.
  • NASA Is Testing Small Nuclear Reactors To Power Mars Colonies - Researchers from NASA, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the Department of Energy announced they have successfully tested a small nuclear reactor. These reactors range in power from 1 kilowatt to 10 kW. NASA states that to run a habitat on Mars and create fuel, about 40 kW would be needed.
  • Calculating a Car Crash - Numberphile - The Sobering Math Behind Speeding And Car Crashes Might Actually Change Your Driving Habits
  • Fully autonomous, manual control-free vehicles by 2019 - GM recently filed a Safety Petition with the Department of Transportation, asking for permission to "safely deploy self-driving [vehicles] in 2019." The vehicle GM plans to deploy, dubbed the Cruise AV, will reportedly be the "first production-ready vehicle built from the start to operate safely on its own." The company released a short video offering us a sneak peek at what the vehicle may look like when it rolls out of GM's factories. Not only will the vehicle reportedly be capable of driving itself, it doesn't have any manual controls at all - there's no steering wheel and no brake or gas pedals to be seen. Designing a vehicle from the ground up with full automation in mind is a bold move, given that the company has yet to receive approval to deploy the vehicle to begin with, but one that could usher in the age of full autonomy much more quickly if it proves successful.
  • Netflix Goes Cyberpunk with Altered Carbon - This looks well done. And yeah, they use computer in it so it is officially tech news, at least on Friday. In the distant future, human consciousness can be digitized and downloaded into different bodies. Brought back to life after 250 years by Laurens Bancroft (James Purefoy) the richest man on Earth, ex-Envoy soldier Takeshi Kovacs (Joel Kinnaman / Will Yun Lee) must solve Bancroft's attempted murder for the chance to live again in a world he doesn't recognize.
  • Summer of '84 - Official Teaser - Summer, 1984: The perfect time to be 15 years old and free. But when neighborhood conspiracy theorist Davey Armstrong begins to suspect his police officer neighbor might be the serial killer all over the local news, he and his three best friends begin an investigation that soon turns dangerous.
  • Fahrenheit 451 teaser trailer - HBO started working on a modern film adaptation of Ray Bradbury's classic novel Fahrenheit 451 more than a year ago. 
  • Tomb Raider - Official Movie Trailer #2 - Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared. From Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Tomb Raider is the story that will set a young and resolute Lara Croft on a path toward becoming a global hero. The film stars Oscar winner Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina, The Danish Girl) in the lead role, under the direction of Roar Uthaug (The Wave), with Oscar-winner Graham King (The Departed) producing under his GK Films banner. The films production begins on the heels of the 20th anniversary of the wildly popular videogame franchise from Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. Tomb Raider also stars Dominic West (Money Monster, 300), Walton Goggins (The Hateful Eight, Django Unchained) and Daniel Wu (AMC's Into the Badlands).
  • GOING FISHING. A Stop motion Animation by Guldies - 2500 still pictures (4530 taken) played in 18 FPS. Shot with a Canon EOS 600D. Animated in Dragonframe, edited in Photoshop and Sony Vegas. Sound effects recorded with a Blue Yeti - a few downloaded from freesound(dot)org.
  • Bruce Lee Lightsabers Scene Recreation - Bruce Lee was is and always will be the ultimate Grandmaster!
  • 20 MAGIC TRICKS THAT WILL BLOW YOUR FRIENDS' MIND - I don't get it but it is so cool
  • Robot Strippers Invade Sapphire Las Vegas During CES 2018 - These days it seems robots can do anything from vacuuming the floor to exploring another planet to building a car or diffusing a bomb. But now the game has changed, as a robot has been developed strictly for one's personal entertainment. Sapphire Las Vegas is proud to present the first robotic exotic dancers in the world!
  • Drone GONE in 20 Seconds! - That was definitely worth $80 best drone video ever!
  • Bikini babes in the vending machines - Asians love their video games and their arcades. In Taiwan one owner of such an arcade decided to spice up trade a little bit, by placing some bikini girls in he machines.
  • Rosie Huntington Whiteley Enjoying On Beach - Victoria's Secret Angel Rosie Huntington Whiteley
  • Shanina Shaik by Phil Poynter #LOVEADVENT2018 - **January Bonus!!**
  • Chloe Khan Hot & Big Booty In a Thong in Pool - check it out!
  • Brazilian Playmate Ana Braga Sexy New Years Shower Shoot !!! - Brazilian Playmate Ana Braga washes away 2017 in this sexy New Years shower shoot for her fans.
  • Kelly Brooks Hottest Calendar 2018 - Check it out 
  • Kate Upton Calendar 2018 - Take a look
  • The best pics on the Internet #247 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
last 10 comments:
Csimbi(01:37 PM EST - Jan,21 2018 )
NVIDIA Wants Retailers to Sell GeForce GPUs to Gamers, Not Miners

Yeah, well, weapon manufacturers don't want to sell guns to terrorists, either.
But that's where the money is it seems as these coin miners power the dark web.
Make no mistake, whatever Nvidia's public message is, it's obvious why they had a great year; these coin miners made a huge income for Nvidia.
Too bad because the dark web is mostly about illegal stuff. I imagine NVidia would do well to donate most of its income to rehabilitate drug addicts, their families and other victims of related crime...
Sure, NVidia can't choose who their buyers are. However, if they really wanted to, they could limit cards per customer to 3 (much like Newegg does that without asking). That 3 covers even the most demanding gamers and it would require miners to forge/steal a lot of identities - enough to be suspicious and worth investigating.
Either way, NVidia never really cared about the gamers - if they did, all gamers would be running a decent card.
Not sure how many of you know, but is NVidia explicitly limiting the factory-overclocks on custom cards (and that's the reason why all Asus, Gigabyte, Zotax, etc. cards are clocked to the same speeds). With that, that NVidia kills the real competition - and I think this fact demonstrates very well that NVidia is not trying to make gamers happy at all...

which means that customers can no longer request to have changes made to the OS or add new features

Not like Microsoft would care about those requests, anyway...

Koogle(08:05 PM EST - Jan,21 2018 )
NVIDIA Wants Retailers to Sell GeForce GPUs to Gamers, Not Miners

yeh gpu prices are just insane because of mining... and worse people who doing it just to make back the money they had to pay extra to buy a modern gpu.. thus just bringing more people into the stupid alt shitcoin mining craze.... the whole thing can't collapse soon enough

obviously isn't anything nvidia/amd can do.. short of oh releasing gpu's that are even faster and push down the price of existing high end models down to better consumer friendly levels.. but fuk doubt they do that when they and retailers can milk this out longer.

right now console systems are looking good for the money and graphics quality.. shame they can't be modded to be a gpu for pc system... or better yet be more effective as gpu shit coin mining.. and move all those mining monkeys onto buying consoles instead of pc gaming gpu hardware.

gx-x(08:07 AM EST - Jan,22 2018 )
I don't think I've seen AMD complaining about mining...After all, if AMD is good for gamers and industry because it's a competitor to nVidia and intel, then mining is good for industry and gamers because it funds AMD big time. How many less polaris GPUs would AMD have sold if it were not for mining?

All comments

 Add your comment (free registration required)