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| Microsoft Is Replacing Edge in Windows 10 - tech|
|(hx) 01:00 PM CET - Dec,16 2018 |
- AMD Outselling Intel 2 to 1 in November - AMD seems to be
picking up steam over Intel's previous sky-high dominance of the
desktop CPU market (Intel still dominates aplenty, really; but AMD has
been clawing back market percentage monthly). The latest figures from
the German retailer show shoppers taking advantage of AMD's newfound
competitiveness in the CPU space, with increasing sales momentum
starting on June 2018 up to a staggering 69% total AMD units sold
against Intel's 31% during the month of November. All in all, this
equates to around
16,000 CPUs sold by AMD just last month - and represents an almost
twofold increase in total number of AMD processors moved YoY by the
retailer. Intel's ASP may be much higher than AMD's right now, which
helps the company close the gap in earnings to a mere 12% difference,
but the latter is likely betting on the greater perceived longevity of
its AM4 platform to bring more consumers to their side of the field via
a market penetration strategy. It's all about rebuilding the
competitiveness image at this time - while racking in a steady profit
from AMD's smart choices in processor design. A national European
market does not a global one make, of course - and while it may be a
little over the edge to extrapolate this to the entire market, one
thing is for sure: AMD is gaining market share.
- AMD Ryzen and Radeon 3000 Series Leaks Discussed - AdoredTV has released a new video entitled "Ryzen
3000, Radeon 3000 Series LEAKS - It's Game On!" where he compares his
trusted source of leaks to the "fake" leaks that were posted recently.
- Microsoft Claims the iPad "Isn't a Real Computer" - Microsoft
released a holiday ad earlier this week promoting its new, lower-cost
Surface Go lineup, and while it's a cute video, some are saying the
company has embarrassed itself by directly namedropping the
competition: the ad features a little girl who explicitly tells her Grandma she doesn't want an iPad
because it isn't "a real computer."
- Microsoft Admits Manual Windows Updates Can Make You A Test
Guinea Pig - In a new post on its Windows Blog, Microsoft
details its Windows Update
mechanism, allowing us to peer inside the company process to see how
those precious updates are rolled out. While some Windows updates have
clearly not gone according to plan, the vast majority do, and given the
complexity and reach of these updates, it's actually surprising we
don't see even more issues than we do. According to Microsoft, it
delivers updates to about one thousand devices per second, ultimately
topping one billion devices per month. That's not only Windows 10, but
every version if Windows that Microsoft still supports - even where
that support seems unlikely. Windows XP is tied in with these numbers,
since some companies have opted for continued support with that
- Microsoft Revamping Its IntelliMouse With Improved Sensor - Microsoft
has apparently taken its IntelliMouse through an upgrade process. One
of the more recognizable products harking back to Microsoft's past, the
revamped IntelliMouse keeps its form, but sees the inclusion of an
improved PixArt PAW 3389 Pro-MS sensor. The PixArt PAW 3389 features 50
levels of DPI sensitivity, running from a base 200 up to 16,000.
The 136 g IntelliMouse is being rated for accelerations up to 50G, and
a maximum polling rate of 1,000 Hz; it's of the wired variety, and
features a small RGB detail on the palm rest, near the back of the
mouse. For now, it's only available in the Chinese Microsoft store
(where it's available for 400 Yuan, roughly 50 euro, but it should
eventually find its way to other markets.
- Microsoft Is Readying a Consumer Microsoft 365 Subscription
Bundle - As part of its cloud strategy,
Redmond offers a subscription bundle called Microsoft 365, which
packages Windows 10, Office 365, and Enterprise Mobility + Security (a
device management suite) for business and enterprise environments.
ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley has learned Microsoft is planning something
similar for consumers, which could include "some variant of Windows 10,
Office 365 Home, Skype, Cortana, Bing, Outlook Mobile, Microsoft To-Do,
and maybe MSN apps and services." Some believe Microsoft has telegraphed their intention to make
Windows a subscription product in the future.
- Microsoft Is Replacing Edge in Windows 10 with Anaheim browser
- According to a report from Windows Central, Microsoft is giving
up on its Edge browser and is switching to a Chromium-based web browser code named "Anaheim."
This browser will replace Edge as the default browser on Windows 10.
- Google Project Stream Participants Get Free PC Copy of
Assassin's Creed Odyssey - Sign-ups
are currently underway for Google’s Project Stream tech test, which
features a fully playable version of Assassin's Creed Odyssey. Ubisoft
has announced that those who are accepted will also get a free PC copy of the game linked to their Uplay
account. The test, which was developed by Google to check the
performance and viability of streaming a AAA video game, concludes
- Apple Turns Its Back on Customers and NVIDIA with macOS Mojave
- Mac users who prefer NVIDIA
cards are calling on Apple to relinquish their iron grip on green
team’s drivers and what GPUs are supported. The company’s latest OS,
macOS 10.14 Mojave, reduced official support to just two cards, the
Quadro K5000 and GeForce GTX 680, but that’s just part of the problem: "NVIDIA currently cannot release a driver unless it is
approved by Apple," so users encountering problems must wait even
longer for a solution.
- Apple Makes iOS 12.1.1 Available with Broader eSIM Support - Apple today released
iOS 12.1.1, an update for iPhones and iPads that introduces a handful
of new features. To start, iOS 12.1.1 brings dual SIM support, via
eSIM, to more carriers for the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The XR gains
haptic vibrations for notification previews. The update reinstates the
ability to flip between the rear and front-facing cameras during a
FaceTime call with a single button tap. The software makes it possible
to capture Live Photos during one-to-one FaceTime calls, as well as
take advantage of real-time text when using WiFi calling on the iPad.
Apple News gives iPad users the option to hide the sidebar when in
landscape orientation. As to be expected, a number bug fixes are
included in iOS 12.1.1. For example, it makes stability improvements to
dictation when using VoiceOver, fixes a Face ID reliability problem,
addresses a visual voicemail glitch, and resolves an issue in Messages
that sometimes prevented predictive text suggestions when typing in
Chinese or Japanese. Other fixes tackle a problem that prevented Voice
Memos from backing up to iCloud and a bug that prevented time zones
from updating automatically. iOS 12.1.1 is free to download over the
- Apple faces lawsuit claiming it hid the iPhone XS notch - The
which was filed in the Northern District of California on Friday, seeks
to prevent Apple from continuing this practice and wants everyone who
bought an iPhone X, XS or
XS Max to receive compensation. The main focus of the lawsuit is on
the concealed notch, which is claimed that its plaintiff Courtney Davis
was tricked by.
Images that disguise the missing pixels on the products' screens are
prominent on the Defendant's website, as well as in the advertisements
of retailers who sell the products, the complaint reads. "These images
were relied on by Plaintiff DAVIS, who believed that the iPhone XS and
XS Max would not have a notch at the top of the phone."
The notch also plays into the bigger picture, or smaller as it may be.
According to the lawsuit, the iPhone X screen is "only about 5.6865
inches" due to the rounded corners, which is slightly smaller than
Apple's rated 5.8 inches. Because of the rounded corners and notch, the
lawsuit claims that the real resolution of the device is 2195 x 1125,
which is about 10% less than Apple says it is.
Apparently, those pixels are 'fake' pixels too. LCD screens typically
use three subpixels (red, green and blue) in a striped configuration,
and it uses them in various combinations to produce a single color for
that pixel. The Samsung OLEDs that Apple happens to use utilize a
"pentile" structure where five subpixels are arranged in a diamond
- Apple Says It Will Update iPhones to Circumvent China Ban - Apple
plans to issue a software patch to its iPhones to appease Qualcomm and
Chinese authorities. Earlier this week, a Chinese court found Apple to
be in violation of two Qualcomm patents pertaining to resizing pictures
and managing apps with a touch screen. The court issued a ban against
Apple, blocking it from importing a range of phones into China. Though
Apple is appealing that decision, it claims it can mitigate the issue
via software. "Based on the iPhone models we offer today in China, we
believe we are in compliance," said Apple in a statement provided to Reuters.
Even so, the company went on to say, "Early next week we will deliver a
software update for iPhone users in China addressing the minor
functionality of the two patents at issue in the case." Apple didn't
provide details concerning how the update will resolve the issue. As
part of its appeal to the Chinese court, Apple said any ban would
impact Chinese suppliers, Chinese consumers, and tax revenue it pays to
Chinese authorities. Though the ruling called for an immediate ban,
Apple's devices still remain available for sale in China. The patent
spat between Apple and Qualcomm is part of a global battle over patent
licensing practices and royalty payments.
- Apple to Invest $1B In Austin and Hire Thousands Around the US
today announced plans to build a new campus in Austin and expand its
presence in a wide range of other markets with new hires. The company
will invest $1 billion in the Austin campus, which entails a 133-acre
site capable of handling up to 15,000 employees. Apple claims that once
the Austin site is fully staffed, it will make Apple the largest
private employer in Texas. The Austin campus will include engineering,
R&D, operations, finance, sales, and customer support jobs. Apple
already has 6,200 employees at its existing Austin facility
- The Apple Watch ECG App & Other Health Monitoring
Assistants Are - Apple has been granted De
Novo classification by the FDA for the Apple Watch Series 4.
This certification as a unique device allows Apple Watch customers
running watchOS 5.1.2 access to features that enable the detection of irregular heart rhythms.
Consumers will be notified when the PPG-enabled algorithm detects an
irregular heartbeat. The electrical heart sensor, in conjunction with
the companion ECG app, generates an ECG similar to a single-lead (Lead
I) ECG to look for the presence of atrial fibrillation (AF) with a
greater than 98% sensitivity and 99% specificity when compared to
reference ECG devices. The device can distinguish between a normal
heartbeat, or sinus rhythm, and atrial fibrillation. Other features of
the Apple Watch Series 4 include access to Medical ID and fall
- Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed Photos of 6.8M Users - Facebook
today revealed that an issue might have given third-party apps access
to users' unshared photos. The bug involved the photo API (something
developers use) and Facebook login for third-party apps. Typically,
Facebook only allows developers to see apps that are posted publicly.
This issue made unshared photos, such as those left dangling in
unpublished posts, exposed. Facebook fixed the issue, but says some
1,500 apps built by 876 developers could have viewed the photos of up
to 6.8 million users between September 13 and September 25, 2018.
Facebook apologized for the breach and said it will be giving
developers tools next week to help them determine which people might be
impacted. Facebook said it will alert those whose photos may have been
improperly exposed. Facebook recommends users log into the apps they've
granted photo access to see what photos might be involved.
- Opera Browser for Android Adds Crypto Wallet and Web 3 - Opera
Software today launched a new version of its Opera browser for
Android devices that takes a step toward the internet's future. The
latest build of Opera, based on blockchain, now includes an integrated
crypto wallet and Web 3 support. By adding blockchain to the browser,
Opera works with Ethereum, a blockchain-based coin for Web 3
transactions. Android device owners can get started by downloading
Opera, then purchasing some Ethereum cryptocurrency and storing it in
Opera's crypto wallet. This will allow people to make Web 3 purchases
directly from Opera. This is important because Web 3 is based on the
idea of decentralization. Distributed apps (Dapps) are what's used in
Web 3 and the only way to manage transactions in Dapps is via
cryptocurrency. The benefit is that people have far greater control
over their privacy and identity. Opera knows that consumer
understanding of blockchain and cryptocurrency needs a boost. "Until
now, using cryptocurrencies online and accessing Web 3 required special
apps or extensions, making it difficult for people to even try it out,"
said Charles Hamel, Product Manager of Opera Crypto. By adding a crypto
wallet and Web 3 to its browser, Opera's goal is to "accelerate the
transition of cryptocurrencies from speculation and investment to being
used for actual payments and transactions in our users' daily lives."
Opera is free to download from the Google Play Store.
- Google Trends Releases the Biggest Search Topics of 2018 - Google Trends has released data on the most popular and trending searches of 2018. The
data is broken up into categories such as Music, Movies,
TV, and Sports. It can also be viewed globally or by country
- Astronauts are Inspecting the ISS's Air Leak Right Now - Russian
cosmonauts Oleg Kononenko and Sergey Prokopyev headed outside the International Space Station on
Tuesday to cut away thermal and orbital debris shielding from a
Russian Soyuz spacecraft and inspect the ship's hull, where the station
crew repaired a minor air leak in August... The inspection planned on
Tuesday's spacewalk will include photo documentation of the site, and
the collection of samples from any epoxy sealant that may be seeped
through the hole to the outside of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft, before
the capsule undocks Dec. 19 with Prokopyev, outgoing station commander
Alexander Gerst, and NASA astronaut Serena Aunon-Chancellor.
- Samsung's Galaxy A8s is the first phone with a hole - The
Samsung Galaxy A8s debuted in China this morning, even though almost
everything about the phone had already been revealed, largely by
Samsung's own doing. The phone features a Snapdragon 710 processor, 6GB or
8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage expandable via microSD, and is
expected to land at about $450. Choosing an IPS display over one of
Samsung's own brilliant OLEDs would be disappointing - if not for that
intriguing camera cut-out. Pinhole. Black hole. Polka dot. Pimple. Mole
- Nvidia Hardware Powers an Underwater Drone - Using a 7.5W
Nvidia Jetson TX2, the startup has created an underwater drone that
can operate autonomously. "iBubble" can follow divers around, film them
or their surroundings, and be remotely ordered around via a remote
control. On their site, Nvidia claims the drone uses data
from camera feeds to avoid obstacles, follow routes, and more.
- The Top 10 Highest Paid YouTube Stars: 2018 Edition - Forbes
has created a top 10 list of the highest paid YouTube Stars in
2018. Five of the slots are occupied by channels that play video games.
The number one channel features an 8 year old that reviews toys and now
has his own line of merchandise at Walmart. Ryan ToysReview - $22M.
Jake Paul - $21.5M. Dude Perfect - $20M. DanTDM - $18.5M. Jeffree Star
- $18M. Markiplier - $17.5M. Vanoss Gaming - $17M. Jacksepticeye -
$16M. PewDiePie - $15.5M. Logan Paul. - $14.5M.
- SpaceX Breaks Records With Falcon 9 Launch - The fairing
catch attempt Monday was the first in more than four months by SpaceX,
but Mr. Steven missed the fairing halves, despite the installation of a
bigger net earlier this year, and several apparent practice runs in
recent weeks using test hardware dropped from a helicopter. Musk
tweeted after Monday's launch that the fairing
halves will be retrieved from the sea, dried and used again. But it's
not clear how easy it will be to refurbish fairings after dropping
into salt water. The method of catching the fairings using a net was
intended to keep the shrouds away from the corrosive effects of sea
water, a problem that lengthens the time needed for SpaceX to refurbish
Dragon cargo capsules for reuse after splashing down in the ocean.
- JPL Uploads The Sound of Wind on Mars -NASA's Jet
Propulsion Laboratory just uploaded
processed sensor recordings of "wind" on Mars. The vibrations from
InSight's seismometer are very low frequency, but are still audible
without having to be sped up, which makes them a great bass test for
your PC. NASA also uploaded the raw sounds to SoundCloud,
and claims uncompressed .wav files will be available on their
- Scientists Develop 10-Minute Universal Cancer Test - Researchers
at the University of Queensland in Australia have figured out a way to
detect traces of cancer in a patient's bloodstream with a 'cheap and
simple' test that utilizes "a colour-changing fluid to reveal the presence of
malignant cells anywhere in the body and provides results in less than
10 minutes." The caveat is that it "does not reveal where or how
serious it is."
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becomes obsessed with bringing back his family members who died in
a traffic accident.
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- Marvel Studios' Avengers - Official Trailer - Tony
Stark is adrift in space, the other surviving Avengers are recovering and
50% of living creatures on Earth are gone
- Russian State TV Mistakes Man in a Suit for a Robot - Oh man, just like that South Park episode...?
- When You Pack A Glass Bottle Full Of Match Heads And Set It On
Fire - Cool! Don't try it at home though :-)
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HEADLESS - The cockroach is haild as the indestructible
creepy-crawly due to its ability to withstand a nuclear explosion. But it
struggled when it was pitted against a wasp as the two insects
fought to the death in Konstanz. Student Cyrill Fomm., 20, returned to
his apartment to find them battling on his table and decided to film
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|Csimbi||(03:56 PM CET - Dec,16 2018 )|
AMD Outselling Intel 2 to 1 in November
Been telling that for a while now.
Microsoft Claims the iPad "Isn't a Real Computer"
That is a fact.
Microsoft Admits Manual Windows Updates Can Make You A Test Guinea Pig
I claim any use of any MS operating system, patched or not makes you a Guinea Pig.
Microsoft Revamping Its IntelliMouse With Improved Sensor
They've been neglecting HW development for a long time.
Why start now?
Microsoft Is Readying a Consumer Microsoft 365 Subscription Bundle
Subscription? No, thanks. It makes you so much less than a Guinea Pig.
Microsoft Is Replacing Edge in Windows 10 with Anaheim browser
Anything to steal your data.
Google Project Stream Participants Get Free PC Copy of Assassin's Creed Odyssey
Free? Having a UPlay account ain't free. You pay with all your data.
Apple Turns Its Back on Customers and NVIDIA with macOS Mojave
Nobody's buying Apple's crap these days, so who cares?
Facebook Says Bug May Have Exposed Photos of 6.8M Users
And any idiot willing to upload anything on Facebook deserves that.
Samsung's Galaxy A8s is the first phone with a hole
A hole? lol
Who is the a hole that comes with it?
Anyway, there'll be plenty of security holes I'd wager, not just this one a hole.
|korgull||(12:08 AM CET - Dec,17 2018 )|
|What I don't get is why MS is so intent on having its own browser. With all of the other quality issues at MS, Windows 10 should be job 1, 2, and 3 at this point. Just install Chrome, let the devil keep spying on us, and move along. It's almost like MS wants desperately to get out of making real software and just switch to the easy world of apps (applets) vs applications.
We are on the verge of converting the world to limited task computing, to match attention spans...a "proper" browser fits that plug and play model much better. Look how Apple is deprecating Mac OS in favor of iOS; Chromebook ascendancy; even Android expanding to the desktop (DEX). Soon Windows and classic Office will be buried in the bowels of the enterprise just like COBOL suffered a slow inexorable death.
Maybe Apple is right on target with its "What is a computer?" campaign.
|gx-x||(03:05 AM CET - Dec,17 2018 )|
|if you look at the chart carefully, AMD is outselling intel in class of pentium and i3 CPUs. The next level is a class that would compete with i5 2500. Massive advance for AMD, but pathetic in general really. Waiting for Ryzen 2.|