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| TechNews - Cryptocurrencies are killing people - tech|
|(hx) 04:25 PM EST - Mar,10 2018 |
- Nvidia's GTX 2070 and 2080 cards could be unveiled next month
- Speaking to TweakTown,
a "well-placed source" in the industry said the first public showing
would take place at Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference (GTC), which
begins on March 26. The new cards will follow the current Pascal-based
10-series with either an 11-series or 20-series naming system, which
means we could see the GTX 1180 or the GTX 2080. Whatever they're
called, these new gaming GPUs are said to be based on the 12-nanometer
It was thought that the new GeForce cards would use the same Volta
architecture found in the Titan V and Tesla V100, but it now looks as
if Volta will be reserved for Nvidia's top-end cards built for AI,
high-performance computing (HPC), and deep learning.
- The Intel Optane SSD 800p (58GB & 118GB) Review: Almost
The Right Size - With today's prices, I would almost always choose a ~500GB 3D TLC SSD over
the 118GB Optane SSD 800p. At 500GB and up, even the latest SSDs
with 512Gb 3D TLC NAND don't really suffer the performance penalties of
being too small, so the Optane SSD 800p's performance isn't a huge
boost. It's always less of a hassle when your primary drive is big
enough to hold most or all of your data, and drives like the Samsung
960 EVO or Intel SSD 760p (limited availability at the moment) are fast
- PCPer Male Bag Reaches 33# - This week
the bag is full of Thunderbolt 3 usages, AMD stuffs, and the lack
of DX12 games.
- Upcoming Windows 10 update will bring a dedicated AI - Microsoft
seems interested in kicking things up a notch as far as AI goes if
blog post is anything to go by. In the post, the company said the
next "major update" for Windows 10 will arrive with a dedicated AI
platform for developers. To be clear, making use of AI is nothing new
for Microsoft. The company already uses machine learning for services
like Windows Hello and Office 365. However, a developer-oriented AI
platform could lead to some pretty significant improvements for many
third-party Windows apps. This new AI platform, dubbed "Windows ML,"
will allow developers to take advantage of a user's PC resources to
perform AI processing tasks, reducing or, in some cases, eliminating
the need to use potentially expensive cloud processing solutions.
According to Microsoft, this platform will be supporting the "industry
standard" ONNX format for machine learning models, a format "driven by
Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon Web Services." In addition to reducing
operating costs, the upcoming ML platform could allow for much quicker,
lower-latency AI processing. As Microsoft says in the blog post,
"results can be delivered quickly and efficiently for use in
performance-intensive workloads like game engines, or background tasks
such as indexing for search." Developers will also be able to use some
of Microsoft's pre-created machine learning systems to speed up generic
AI tasks, further contributing to the aforementioned reduction in
- Cortana gets Outlook integration - Although Cortana lacks
many features its mainstream competitors had for many years, email
integration will no longer be one of them. The company has officially rolled
out Outlook integration for the Halo-inspired virtual assistant on
Windows 10, and the Invoke. With this, it will allow you to ask if you
received any new emails, and it will then respond with a list of
senders and the message sent by them. Beyond that, it offers deeper
functionality, that allows you to ask it for emails from a specific
person or entity. Adding to this, it will also let you respond to these
messages via dictation.
Outlook integration for Cortana rolled out to a limited base for the
time being, with those using the U.S. English language setting on
Windows 10 getting access to it. Unfortunately, it does not function
alongside iOS or Android devices yet. However, with it being Microsoft,
this should change in due course.
- Microsoft Says It Optimized Skype for Older, Slower Android
Devices - Microsoft
recently released an updated version of Skype for Android meant for
older smartphones. Specifically, this down-tuned variant of Skype is
intended for Android devices running 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich to 5.1
Lollipop. Microsoft says Skype for these phones uses less memory and
less storage, allowing the app to run faster while also improving audio
and video quality even in challenging network conditions. Microsoft is
rolling out this update worldwide over the next few weeks. Those who
want to download the app immediately can do so via the Skype Insiders
Program. Skype is free from the Google Play Store.
- Microsoft Selling Customized Variants of Samsung Galaxy S9 - Microsoft
has added the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ to its online store. The
devices are pre-configured with Microsoft apps and services. "A
Microsoft customization is applied to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy
S9+ Microsoft Edition when the devices are unboxed and connected to
WiFi," explained Microsoft. When users first boot the device, they will
be prompted to download Microsoft apps such as Office, Outlook,
OneDrive, Cortana, and Microsoft's launcher for Android. Other than the
software, the specs and features of the S9 and S9+ are unchanged from
other versions of the phone. When purchased from Microsoft, the S9 and
S9+ are unlocked. The S9 costs $720 and the S9+ costs $840.
- AT&T Matches Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S9 Offer - Preorders
for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ start today and AT&T hopes its
promotion will score with customers. Similar to Sprint's offer,
AT&T will give customers up to $500 in account credits through
combined promotions. First, customers who port in a number from a
competing carrier will be rewarded with a $150 bill credit. Further,
those who trade in a smartphone will receive a minimum of $200, and
possibly as much as $350, in bill credits. Phones worth $350 on trade
are the Apple iPhone 8, 8 Plus or iPhone X; LG V30; Google Pixel 2/XL
Phones. Phones worth $300 on trade include any of the Samsung Galaxy S7
variants. With these offers combined, AT&T says the S9 price drops
to as low $290, while the S9+ drops to $415. By way of comparison,
Sprint is offering $350 off its S9/S9+ lease program and $150 via Visa
gift card. The S9 is also sold by T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless.
- Honor 7C shows off facial recognition feature in new leaked ad
- The Honor 7C will be the firm's latest smartphone and will
arrive with a 5.99-inch 18:9 720p display, dual cameras comprised of a
20MP and 13MP sensors, and a design that looks identical to the Honor
7X. If the ad is any indication, one of the handset's main attractions
will be its ability to recognize a user's face and unlock the phone.
- Xiaomi's upcoming Mi Mix 2S teased in new video - Xiaomi
teased the newest addition to its bezel-less flagship series, the
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, in a video it released on MiaoPai, a Chinese
streaming platform. It doesn't feature much in the way of engrossing
content, outside of confirming the presence of the latest Snapdragon
845 SoC in the device through hand signs. While no other internals are
confirmed, the rumor mill suggests that the Mix 2S will sport a 6" OLED
screen in the newer 18:9 aspect ratio, along with a whopping 8GB RAM
and 256GB of onboard storage. Some sources
also say that it may feature a fingerprint sensor under the screen
much like Vivo's recently announced handset, though again, this isn't
- Bill Gates: cryptocurrencies are killing people - Cryptocurrency
tends to split opinion. Some people believe in digital currencies like
bitcoin and maintain that their value will keep rising, while others
call them Ponzi schemes beloved by criminals. After
his Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session, it seems Bill Gates falls
firmly into the latter camp. The former Microsoft CEO even said the
technology "has caused deaths in a fairly direct way."
When asked for his opinion on cryptos, Gates said their main feature
was the anonymity they offer, and he doesn't think this is a good
thing. The Governments ability to find money laundering and tax evasion
and terrorist funding is a good thing. Right now cryptocurrencies are
used for buying fentanyl and other drugs so it is a rare technology
that has caused deaths in a fairly direct way, he explained.
- Google Releases First Preview of Android P - Google
today made the first preview of Android P
available to developers. The revised version of Android adds a number
of user-facing features as well as tools for app writers. For example,
Android P tackles notifications for messaging. Users will be able to
see image previews in notifications, as well as better see who sent the
message and select auto-responses. A new API for developers gives them
more power over devices with dual rear- or front-facing cameras, and
Android P adopts supports for the HDR VP9 Profile 2 and HEIF multimedia
formats. Android P brings with it support for "display cutouts" similar
to the notch on the iPhone X.
- Google Assistant Lets Device Makers Create Custom Actions - Google
today introduced new Custom Device Actions for Google Assistant that
will give devices native functionality specific to their hardware.
Custom Device Actions build on the Assistant's existing Actions tool
for issuing specific commands. Google says, for example, washing
machines that include Google Assistant will let owners ask the machine
to activate specific wash cycles simply by asking.
- Google Maps Adds Mario Time for Navigation - Google
today updated Google Maps for Android and iOS with a fun feature:
Mario. Once users update to the latest version of Maps, they'll be able
to turn on Mario Time for navigation. When activated, Mario will appear
in place of the navigation arrow while driving, walking, or commuting.
Google says the bonus feature is rolling out starting today and will be
available for about a week.
- Apple Confirms It Uses Google's Cloud for iCloud - In a
report from CNBC,
a file on Apple's website called the iOS Security Guide confirms that it is relying on
Google's public cloud for storage for iCloud Services. Previous
versions of the guide had stated that Apple was relying on Amazon Web
Services, as well as Microsoft Azure for data storage, however in the
newest report the Azure reference is now gone with Google in its place.
Anyone want to take bets on when Google gets investigated for being a
monopoly? It seems you can't do anything without them.
- iTunes Store Dropping Windows Vista and XP Support on May
25th - Apple has stated on a support page post that it
will be dropping support for Windows Vista, XP, and the first
generation of Apple TV on May 25th. Apple states that on Vista and XP
machines, you will still be able to use older versions of iTunes
without support, however you will not be able to make any purchases
from the store.
- California enters Right to Repair movement with new proposal -
California is the latest state to get on board yesterday when
the California Right to Repair Act. The bill is being proposed by
Democratic Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman, who believes
consumers should have the right to choose where to have their devices
repaired. One would think that such a law would not have much chance in
California. However, other than Turkey, California is the only place
where electronics manufacturers are required to service devices for at
least seven years as opposed to five years everywhere else. This is
reflected in Apple's own support policies.
- Thieves Steal 600 Powerful Bitcoin-Mining Computers in Huge
Heist - Hundreds of servers designed to mine bitcoin have been
stolen in Iceland, and authorities have been unable to track down a
single system. The missing hardware includes 600 graphics cards, as well as 100 processors, 100
power supplies, 100 motherboards, and 100 sets of computer memory. Law
enforcement is hoping for an energy surge somewhere, as they appear to
be out of leads. According to The Associated Press
and Visir, those are the items a
coordinated group of Icelandic thieves has stolen. And though 11 people
have reportedly been arrested and at least two are still in custody,
none of the stolen computers have yet been found by police The thefts,
which occured between late December and early January, were reportedly captured
on surveillance cameras by Advania, the server
company hit by two of the three thefts. (The graphics cards, processors
and so on were allegedly stolen from a home.) Advania had been offering
its customers access to bitcoin-mining rigs, and it sounds like those
were the type that were stolen. The Associated Press reports that the
stolen computers are worth nearly $2 million.
- Hardcoded Password Found in Cisco Software - Cisco is
constantly releasing security advisories for their products, but the
recent advisory has an interesting little tidbit about a hardcoded
password. Believe it or not their Prime Collaboration Provisioning software app has a
hardcoded password that can be exploited by a local attacker. There
is no mitigation for this and Cisco customers are advised to patch the
PCP application ASAP. In this day and age I just can't fathom a
hardcoded password......you're supposed to be better than that Cisco.
- T-Mobile Is Building 5G in 30 Markets This Year - T-Mobile
today provided more details concerning its forthcoming 5G network. It
will be building 5G across 30 cities in the U.S. this year. It will
start with New York City in the 600 MHz and mmWave spectrum bands.
Other named cities include Dallas, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. The
company has been fortifying its LTE 4G network with technologies such
as carrier aggregation, 4x4 MIMO, 256 QAM, License Assisted Access, and
FD-MIMO with 64 antennas (32 transmit, 32 receive). The company is not
going to cap its LTE network in any form, continuing to use it for the
foreseeable future. All these technologies have helped the company
prepare for 5G. T-Mobile says 5G and 4G are going to coexist and live
together. T-Mobile reiterated that it will first use its 600 MHz
spectrum for 5G, though it is also eyeing the 3.5 GHz mid-band and 28
GHz mmWave spectrum. The FCC expects to auction off 28GHz later this
year. T-Mobile didn't specify what mmWave spectrum it will us for its
5G network. T-Mobile sees 5G encompassing fixed broadband (routers),
mobile service (phones, AR/VR, wearables, drones), and IoT (sensors,
industrial automation). It will cover every inch of the U.S. with some
5G service by 2020 with equipment from Nokia and Ericsson. The company
is already deploying 5G NR-capable hardware in its base stations.
T-Mobile expects to debut the first 5G smartphones and other products
during the first quarter of 2019.
- How a TV Works in Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys - If you
are reading this, you've seen a screen with your eyes. But have you
REALLY seen it though? Like real proper seen it? Don't worry, Gav is
here to help you out. This is How a TV works in Slow Motion
- Russian TV shows Arma 3 clip as actual footage of Syrian war -
Not for the first time, Russia has used footage taken from a
video game and used it in a report on real-life military action. In
this instance, a clip from Arma 3 briefly appeared in a segment on
the war in Syria. State-run Channel One TV's weekly Voskresnoye
Vremya program was airing a segment celebrating Russia's armed
forces, to commemorate last week's Defender of the Fatherland Day.
Roman Filippov, a Su-25 ground attack aircraft pilot killed in Syria
earlier this month, was one of those honored. In a sequence showing
Su-25 jets in action, one scene contained what appears to be a truck
being attacked from the perspective of a sniper. It's on the screen for
less than a second, but a closer look reveals the clip is from the 2015
military simulator game, Arma 3
- Those Wacky Japanese Develop VR Headset to Feed You Candy
- check it out
- Robot Solves Rubik's Cube Puzzle in 0.38 Seconds - A robot can
solve a Rubik's cube puzzle in 0.38 seconds
- Elon Musk tweets video of the "urban loop" transport system - Elon Musk
has released a video which gives more insight into the potential
plans for the transport system now being called the "urban loop" by
- Fahrenheit 451 - first full-length trailer - HBO
announced last summer that it was developing a movie based on Ray
Bradbury's classic dystopian novel, Fahrenheit 451. The network dropped
a teaser for the flick last month and now, we've got a
proper trailer to salivate over. A staple you probably read in
grade school, Fahrenheit 451 was originally published in 1953. It is
set in a future where "media is an opiate" and "firemen" are tasked
with finding and burning books to suppress the ideas within. "A little
knowledge is a dangerous thing. News. Fact. Memoirs. Internet of old.
Burn it," says protagonist Guy Montag's mentor, Captain Beatty.
Fahrenheit 451 is set to premiere on HBO in May.
- Lost in Space - Official Trailer - The Robinson
family, part of a highly trained mission to establish a new colony in
space, is unexpectedly pulled off course forcing them to crash land on
a lost planet. Danger will find them. Lost in
Space premieres April 13, 2018.
- Why Literally (Almost) Every Price Ends in 99 Cents - The 99 cent
pricing, however, isn't the only psychological trick companies are
using to persuade you to buy their products.
- This Is How The Foley Artist Behind 'The Bachelor's' Kissing -
We had no idea so much artistry goes into making the sounds in the
- Watts Zap 2018 Best Funny Sports - Haha nice I
love these vids!
- This Hands-Free, Seated Backflip Is Absolutely Unreal - We've
seen a number of videos of people doing backflips from a sitting
position, but using their hands to spring themselves upwards halfway
through. But University of Michigan gymnast
Brandon Burns doesn't need his hands.
- Throwing a Needle Through Glass in Slow Motion - The Slow
Mo Guys can make anything look cool, but they barely needed to do
anything with this one - the needle doesn't shatter the glass pane, it
literally goes straight through it.
- Charlize Theron Takes a Rorschach Test While Eating Spicy
Wings - Charlize Theron is an Oscar-winning actress, humanitarian,
and Hollywood superstar. But how is she with hot food? Find out as the
Gringo star tests her spice credentials against the wings of death on
Hot Ones. As she struggles through the Scoville onslaught, Theron
teaches Sean some South African slang, breaks down her reality-TV
obsession, and takes the spiciest Rorschach test in history.
- Lindsey Pelas is a hot - She
definitely is interesting to look at!
- Alexis Ren Will Blow Your Pants Off - Wow!
- The best pics on the Internet #251 - All pictures
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|gx-x||(05:58 AM EDT - Mar,11 2018 )|
Right now cryptocurrencies are used for buying fentanyl and other drugs so it is a rare technology that has caused deaths in a fairly direct way, he explained.
...so is every other currency in the world, crypto, fiat, you name it. USA has been terrorizing the world for decades using the dollar. Narco cartels also. Now crypto is the problem. I see....Not that anyone ever managed to evade taxes without crypto...
|Tom||(10:26 AM EDT - Mar,12 2018 )|
Microsoft Selling Customized Variants of Samsung Galaxy S9
Why? who wants MS shit on their phones?
AT&T Matches Sprint's Samsung Galaxy S9 Offer
Must be nice to have competition. Unlike Canada and it's Oligopoly.
Apple Confirms It Uses Google's Cloud for iCloud
LOL! why would you buy a POS Apple phone?? You must be diseased in the head.
iTunes Store Dropping Windows Vista and XP Support on May 25th
Oh oh, Koogle might be screwed. No more XP support. Oh wait, that's a VM on his Apple PC.
|Majnun||(12:46 PM EDT - Mar,12 2018 )|
|So, Tom, when you jerk off to granny porn do you yell Koogle! when you cum?
Cause it seems like you have a giant hard on for the guy. You can't make one comment without mentioning him or csimbi (sorry csimbi but I don't think he jizzes to you).
|Tom||(03:16 PM EDT - Mar,12 2018 )|
|Majnun> So, Tom, when you jerk off to granny porn do you yell Koogle! when you cum?
Cause it seems like you have a giant hard on for the guy. You can't make one comment without mentioning him or csimbi (sorry csimbi but I don't think he jizzes to you).
Will it turn you on if I tell you? Are you the PeeWee type? Talking about jizzing and stuff...
Here's Koogle doing cosplay...