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  • Toshiba's latest hard drives store 14 TB without shingles - Toshiba says its MG07ACA-series drives are the first of that size to use conventional magnetic recording rather than the slower shingled magnetic recording. The company also claims the new drive is the first with nine platters inside its aluminum housing.
  • Alienware AW2518H 240Hz G-Sync Monitor Review - The AW2518H easily matches gaming performance with its competition. It can run at 240Hz all day long without a hiccup and deliver premium motion quality too, with G-Sync and a truly usable ULMB feature. By running the backlight strobe at 144Hz, it’s possible to reap its benefit without giving up significant output or contrast. Previous G-Sync screens were reduced to merely average monitors in ULMB mode. Thanks to peak output over 400cd/m2, these panels can do justice to it. And that’s a serious advantage to gamers who prefer it over adaptive-refresh. Though we can find no evidence that it causes any lag, some believe it does. For those users, this monitor is ideal.
  • MSI's GP62 7REX Leopard Pro gaming laptop - The biggest complication for the GP62 is the ready availability of laptops outfitted with a much more capable GTX 1060 6GB graphics chip for not that much more scratch—if they cost more at all. Take MSI's own GL62VR. That machine has a slightly thicker chassis, a GTX 1060 with 6GB of GDDR5, and a 512 M.2 SATA SSD on board instead of the SSD/HD combo in the GP62. The GL62VR runs just $1130 at e-tail right now after a rebate - much cheaper than the $1300 GP62 in the config we tested. That alone makes it hard to recommend the GTX 1050 Ti machine.
  • 8 Great Gifts for Shutterbugs - Most of these won't require you to rob a bank! :-)
  • Latest Samsung 960 Pro Firmware Update Causes Instability - Users of Samsung's 960 Pro SSD's that have updated to the latest firmware version (3B6QCXP7) have been reporting far, wide, and through a variety of outlets, the existence of problems that lead to application instability and OS freezes lasting for several seconds before the system resumes normal functions. Apparently, there's no hard-crashing involved as of yet, though the issue seems to be widespread enough that it's generating discussion in Samsung's forums, our own, and some other tech publication's. It seems the 960 Pro is getting stuck with 100% activity reports in the task manager with read and write speeds of 0. At the same time, some users are reporting performance degradation by sometimes up to 1,400 MB/s in read speeds when benchmarking the drives, which also doesn't bode well for the firmware's pedigree.
  • Snapdragon 845 Boasts Advanced Imaging Tools and AI Smarts - Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, its flagship system-on-a-chip for 2018. Qualcomm expects the module to form the core of next year's top smartphones, which it will endow with multimedia smarts for both audio and video. When designing and engineering the Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm focused on five key pillars: immersion, AI, security, performance, and connectivity. The chip relies on nine individual sub-sections, each of which is responsible for processing certain types of information, with the pillars providing guidance. The Snapdragon 845 includes the Kryo 385 CPU, Hexagon 685 DSP, Spectra 280 ISP, AQstic Audio, the Adreno 630 visual processing subsystem, as well as WiFi, system memory, and hardware-based mobile security
  • Qualcomm Hopes USB-C DAC Dongle Will Alleviate Headphone Woes - Qualcomm today showed off the AQT1000, a tool that will help bridge the audio gap in devices that have a USB-C port but no 3.5mm headphone jack. The AQT1000 is an Aqstic Hi-Fi digital to analog converter (DAC). One end plugs into a phone's USB-C port and the other supports wired headphones. The onboard Aqstic DAC, pulled from the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, delivers high-quality 384 kHz audio streams at 32 bits with a dynamic range of 123 dB. In addition to Qualcomm's aptX HD codec, the AQT1000 also includes native Direct Stream Digital (DSD) support, which is a high-quality codec known for creating warm tones. Qualcomm itself will not use the AQT1000 to make headphone; instead, it is offering the DAC to headphone and phone makers as an alternative to Bluetooth for mobile listening. Qualcomm expects OEMs will bring the DAC to market in devices early next year.
  • Microsoft Issues Emergency Update to their Malware Protection Engine - Microsoft has released an emergency update to their malware protection engine that most users should get automatically. What makes this so funny is the fact that what's supposed to protect your system has to be fixed to protect itself. Anyway, it could have been worse if MS called this a feature instead of a flaw. However, if you don't have auto updates turned on, it would be a good idea to go download the patch and install it manually. According to Microsoft, the vulnerability can be triggered when the Malware Protection Engine scans a downloaded file to check for threats. In many systems this is set to happen automatically for all new files. By exploiting a memory corruption error in the malware scanning tool, the attack file would be able to execute code on the target machine with LocalSystem privileges.
  • New code injection method avoids malware detection - Presented at Black Hat Europe, a new fileless code injection technique has been detailed by security researchers Eugene Kogan and Tal Liberman. Dubbed Process Doppelganging, commonly available antivirus software is unable to detect processes that have been modified to include malicious code. The process is very similar to a technique called Process Hollowing, but software companies can already detect and mitigate risks from the older attack method. Process Hollowing occurs when memory of a legitimate program is modified and replaced with user-injected data causing the original process to appear to run normally while executing potentially harmful code. Unlike the outdated hollowing technique, Process Doppelganging takes advantage of how Windows loads processes into memory. The mechanism that loads programs was originally designed for Windows XP and has changed little since then.
  • Major macOS High Sierra Bug Allows Full Admin Access Without - There appears to be a serious bug in macOS High Sierra that enables the root superuser on a Mac with a blank password and no security check.
  • iPhone X Face ID Again Unlocked with Mask - Vietnamese security company Bkav made headlines in mid-November after uploading a video featuring Face ID accessed by a mask, but there were several questions about the unlocking methods used in the video, including whether "Require Attention" was turned on. Now, Bkav has shared a second video with a new mask and a clearer look at how the mask was used to spoof Face ID
  • iOS HomeKit Vulnerability Allowed Remote Access to Smart Accessories - Apple recently discovered a zero-day vulnerability to their HomeKit framework that would allow accessories like locks to be accessed remotely. The good news is they have applied a server fix that stops this, but the bad news is you're going to lose some functionality until next wee
  • Google Can Tell If Someone Is Looking at Your Phone over Your - An unlisted, but public video by Ryu shows the software interrupting a Google messaging app to display a camera view, with the peeking perpetrator identified and given a Snapchat-esque vomit rainbow. Ryu and Schroff claim the system works with different lighting conditions and poses, and can recognize a person's gaze in 2 milliseconds. Ostensibly, this AI software is able to work so quickly because it's being run on the phone, rather than sent for processing on the company's powerful cloud servers.
  • 1.7 million account credentials stolen from Imgur in 2014 - It may be hard to believe that back in 2009, Alan Schaaf started what was initially a side project that would go on to become one of the most popular image sharing sites on the web, Imgur. An early indication of his creation's success was the reception it garnered on Reddit, having attracted more than 1,600 upvotes but now it has come to light that the company has suffered a data breach dating back several years. After the exfiltrated data was sent to Troy Hunt, the owner of "Have I been pwned?", Hunt notified Imgur late on November 23rd. Imgur's Chief Operating Officer then alerted the company's CEO and the Vice President of Engineering to the issue prior to the commencement of data validation. By early Friday morning, the image sharing site had determined that around 1.7 million user accounts had been impacted by the data breach that had originally taken place back in 2014 and began notifying affected users in addition to enforcing a change of password.
  • How To Steal Keyless Mercedes In Under A Minute - Relay attack Solihull
  • Google Releases Android 8.1 Oreo - Google today made Android 8.1 Oreo official. Google had made the final developer preview of the refreshed platform available at the end of November. Most prominently, Android 8.1 unlocks the Pixel Visual Core on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. This lets app developers put the Pixel phones' HDR+ mode to use in their own imaging apps. Android 8.1 Oreo also includes a significant number of under-the-hood changes. For example, apps can take advantage of hardware acceleration for on-device machine learning operations. Android 8.1 makes changes to notifications, helps developers target low-RAM devices, and improves Oreo's autofill behaviors. Developers gain new tools, too, such as the Safe Browsing API for detecting threats, the Shared Memory API for creating apps that are able to share memory resources, and the Wallpapercolors API for tweaking wallpapers. Android 8.1 Oreo is available to the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, and Pixel C. The update will be available over the air in the days ahead.
  • Google's AI made its own AI, and it's better than anything ever created by humans - Computer generated algorithm is more accurate and more efficient than even the best human-generated ones
  • Consumer Reports Ranks iPhone X below iPhone 8 - While Consumer Reports has given the iPhone X a recommendation, Apple's new flagship smartphone has been ranked below the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus due to poor durability and worse battery life. Overall, Consumer Reports continues to rank the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ as its top two recommended smartphones
  • Apple releases iOS 11.2 with date crash bug fix - Apple is having a rough time with the new iOS 11, as several bugs and problems have been reported one after the other, since its availability. There were GPS issues, issues with the auto-correction mechanism, battery drain and lately, a date-related bug which caused Springboard to crash continuously if third-party apps using local notifications were installed. It seems Apple is now rolling out IOS 11.2 ahead of schedule to fix a number of bugs, including the date bug. The new update is a big one as it brings some new features as well, including Apple's peer-to-peer money transfer system, Apple Pay Cash. The service can be used to send, receive and request money from friends through iMessage conversations. Cash is sent from a linked debit/credit card and is stored in the Apple Pay Cash card in the Wallet app of the recipient, and can be used for purchases or transferred to a bank account. Apple Pay Cash is only available in the United States, however, the feature is not yet live in the country at the moment. The new update also brings fast 7.5-watt wireless charging for iPhone 8 and iPhone X handsets through Qi-based charging pads. Wireless charging was introduced with this year's iPhones, but it was limited to 5-watts of power. The company promised fast charging would be released in the future, and it appears the time has arrived. Additionally, there are some new live wallpapers for the iPhone X, along with updated control center which shows pop-ups explaining what will happen when you turn on Wi-Fi/Bluetooth on your handset. You can download the latest iOS 11.2 by going to Settings > General > Software update
  • Microsoft Edge Now Available for iOS and Android - Starting today, Microsoft Edge is available for iOS and Android as a free download. It brings familiar features like your Favorites, Reading List, New Tab Page, Reading View, and Roaming Passwords across your PC and phone, but what makes Microsoft Edge really stand out is the ability to continue on your PC.
  • Bitcoin Mining Now Uses More Power than 159 Countries - Digiconomist's Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index is showing that energy consumed by Bitcoin mining now exceeds what is used by countries like Ireland, Hungary, Oman, and Lebanon. Bitcoin uses about as much power as the entire country of Morocco and slightly less than Bulgaria. If Bitcoin were a country, it would have the 61st highest energy consumption. While it's possible mining hardware will become more efficient, the calculations for Bitcoin transactions will only become more complex. As long as Bitcoin value keeps increasing, so too will the amount of energy going to verifying transactions. Meanwhile, other cryptocurrencies like Etherium and SafeCoin are on the rise. That means more CPUs and GPUs churning away in server rooms, even if Bitcoin drops in value.
  • Winklevoss twins are among small group of bitcoin billionaires - With bitcoin reaching $10,000 in the past few days it looks like we've got some of our first bitcoin billionaires. Brothers Winklevoss, Cameron and Tyler, are now likely to be bitcoin billionaires after they made an $11 million bet on the cryptocurrency several years ago. While it's not clear how many bitcoins the brothers have altogether, estimates put the stash at around 100,000 BTC, which is worth more than a billion dollars worth. The pair, famous for their spat with Mark Zuckerberg as popularised in the film, The Social Network, launched their own bitcoin online exchange and venture capital fund. Two years ago, Cameron Winklevoss went on the record saying "We've never sold a bitcoin, we're in it for the long haul." If they kept true to that then they should be fairly pleased with themselves right now.
  • Supreme Court Weighing Warrants for Cell Phone Location - The Supreme Court today heard a case regarding whether or not law enforcement can access certain types of cell location data without a warrant. Government agencies do not currently need a warrant when requesting location and other data held by phone companies thanks to a 1979 court case. In that case, the Supreme Court decided a suspect had no reasonable expectation of privacy because he dialed phone numbers into his home phone. In so doing, he gave the phone company, a third party, that information. Personal data held by third parties is not as protected as information held by suspects. This third-party doctrine is what allows law enforcement to seek suspects' historical movements from cell phone companies without obtaining a warrant. In more recent cases, the Supreme Court has ruled that the government needs a warrant to seek GPS data and search suspects' cell phones. Today's case, Carpenter v. United States, argues that the third-party doctrine is outdated and that law enforcement seeking such data should be required to obtain a warrant as it would for GPS data. Carpenter's lawyers argued taking location data from a third party without a warrant violates the Fourth Amendment. "Most Americans, I think, still want to avoid Big Brother," noted Justice Sonia Sotomayor, further saying most people take their phones into bathrooms, bedrooms, and dressing rooms, all places where they expect privacy. At least four justices agree with Carpenter's basic argument, according to the Associated Press. The panel of justices will make a decision on the matter by next June.
  • Google Assistant Gains Local Contractor Smarts - Google says an update to the Google Assistant app for Android and iOS will let people perform searches for more local information, businesses, and service providers. For example, people can say "Ok Google, find me a plumber" to their device, the app will ask some follow-up questions, and then supply a list of local options for plumbers on the smartphone screen. Results cards will include ratings and contact information, and Google says local providers in many cities will be prescreened by third-party organizations such as HomeAdvisor. This update is headed to Google Assistant in the U.S. over the coming week.
  • Republic Wireless Relay Is Walkie-Talkie Phone for Kids - Republic Wireless today announced the Relay, a simple, screenless device meant to help young children communicate with their parents and other family members. The Relay is small, puck-like speakerphone with a single large button. Pressing the button lets kids automatically speak and send a short voice message to their parents. Parents receive the message in SMS form and can respond via SMS. The Relay will play the parent's response message over the speaker. Using two Relays, kids can converse directly with a trusted adult or one another using walkie-talkie style communication. The associated app lets parents check in to see the child's GPS whereabouts, and advanced geofencing supports alerts and other notifications or controls with respect to location. The Relay can be put into assistant mode where it can interact with the Google Assistant. Using Google Assistant, kids can speak standard queries or even play their favorite playlists trough the Relay's speaker. The Relay is water-resistant and semi-rugged for protection against the outdoor activities typically enjoyed by children. The Relay will be available in early 2018 and will not require a Republic Wireless account. A single Relay costs $99, but parents can buy two for $149, or three for $199. Service costs $6.99 per month.
  • US Develops Microwave Weapon That Could Destroy North Korean - According to NBC, the US has a microwave weapon that could be used to down North Korean missiles while they are still at low altitude. These weapons are Counter-electronis High Power Advanced Missile Project (CHAMPs) that are loaded onto a B-52 in an air-launched cruise missile with a range of 700 miles. Of course no one wants to comment about these missiles, but sources did say they were discussed at a White House meeting in August. Once again US technology becomes a great equalizer in the possible conflict with North Korea
  • Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War Official Trailer - "There was an idea..." Avengers: Infinity War. In theaters May 4.
  • Deadpool - Brazil Comic Con Tattoos Trailer - After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry's hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor - finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World's Best Lover.
  • Batman Ninja Coming from Warner in 2018 - From Japan, to the World - The most extraordinary entertainment! 'Batman Ninja' In Japan Cinemas 2018
  • An Animated Short Film From Neill Blomkamp - This plot is simple, swift and brutal but we're sensing some sort of deeper metaphor at play.
  • Star Wars: THE LAST JEDI - Supercut of ALL trailers - Good job! The most great and the most longest trailer of Star Wars movies. :P
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi "Back" TV Spot - Check it out
  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - Official Trailer - These creatures were here before us. And if we're not careful, they'll be here after. "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" will be in theaters on June 22, 2018.
  • THE TERROR Teaser Trailer NEW (2017) Drama TV Series HD - Looks promising
  • First Alita: Battle Angel Trailer is Here! - From visionary filmmakers James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez. #Alita Battle Angel is in theaters July 20, 2018.
  • Making The Grand Tour: Becoming More American - Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May received a call from Jeff telling them that they should become more American for season 2 of The Grand Tour. After many hours in the make up chair, we regret to inform you that The Grand Tour is still British. Sorry. The Grand Tour returns to Prime Video on 8 December. Anyone seen it yesterday?
  • How small a hole can a mouse get through? Experiments - Experimenting with how small a home a mouse is able to fit through.
  • Piece Of Boulder Suddenly Breaks Off, Sends Climber Plummeting - The extremely fortunate climber sustained some (fairly bad) leg injuries, but was able to hike out and receive care.
  • DAY 1-4: The Compilation #LOVEADVENT2017 - This year Love Advent will take us all the way through to mid January.
  • Emily Ratajkowski goes topless in a pair of bikini bottoms - On the bath to success! Emily Ratajkowski oozes sex appeal as she goes topless in a pair of skimpy string bikini bottoms and towel to promote her new swimwear collection 
  • The best pics on the Internet #242 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
last 10 comments:
doodah(01:14 PM EST - Dec,09 2017 )
Enough of these bad parking photos in the "best pics on the internet" plz, Hx :(

Csimbi(04:53 PM EST - Dec,09 2017 )
Toshiba's latest hard drives store 14 TB without shingles

I'm curios about noise, heat and power consumption.

Alienware AW2518H 240Hz G-Sync Monitor Review

16:9 - lol
That's the end of that.

Latest Samsung 960 Pro Firmware Update Causes Instability

Never heard about a Samsung firmware that causes stability, lol.

Qualcomm Hopes USB-C DAC Dongle Will Alleviate Headphone Woes

Yeah, all Apple inventions have been made to make more and more money...

Microsoft Issues Emergency Update to their Malware Protection Engine

That does not sound good. What's an emergency update anyway?
If you rely on their rubbishware, you are past redemption of such update anyway, lol

New code injection method avoids malware detection

Good one. Some USB dongles and data/copy protection mechanisms use the same technique - legitimately.
Seems they all will be considered malware from now on - good riddance.

Major macOS High Sierra Bug Allows Full Admin Access Without

As if that were the only problem with MacOS.

iPhone X Face ID Again Unlocked with Mask

No need to post this, we all know that it's rubbish.
They will never solve the problem with twins, either, lol

Google Can Tell If Someone Is Looking at Your Phone over Your

Google can tell a lot more about you to anyone not looking over Your.
So why bother with a false sense of security again?

How To Steal Keyless Mercedes In Under A Minute

Thanks, no need to rent a car anymore!
Although it's the same procedure you posted a while back, so no news, really.

Google's AI made its own AI, and it's better than anything ever created by humans

Yep, that's how it all starts.

Consumer Reports Ranks iPhone X below iPhone 8

And an iPhone 8 below a Nokia 5110.

Apple releases iOS 11.2 with date crash bug fix

These guys are helpless.
I pity the people buying into their marketing scheme and get inferior products.
Wait, I don't. They deserve it.

Microsoft Edge Now Available for iOS and Android

And gamers care because?

Bitcoin Mining Now Uses More Power than 159 Countries

Money talks, no news in there.
One can only hope they use renewable energy sources so they don't pollute the environment too much.

Winklevoss twins are among small group of bitcoin billionaires

I wonder when their bubble will burst and what effect it will have on global economy.
I am guessing a lot of virtual houses will be evicted once again - due to a virtual currency, lol

Supreme Court Weighing Warrants for Cell Phone Location

1979 was the stone age, lol
Seems that entire country is stuck in there.

US Develops Microwave Weapon That Could Destroy North Korean

And that's good because?

How small a hole can a mouse get through? Experiments

It's sad that people have to experiment with that, it's supposed to be common knowledge.
Read any books lately?

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