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jeudi 7 décembre 2017, 13:30
Tesla's Gigafactory is supposed to reinvent battery production, but its ramp-up woes are choking out would-be customers. The post Now Tesla’s Gigafactory Could Drive a Massive Battery Shortage appeared first on ExtremeTech.
mercredi 6 décembre 2017, 22:29
USB-C is cool, and you should be excited. The post ExtremeTech Explains: What is USB-C? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 845 will deliver faster overall performance, better power consumption, and some major video upgrades, including 4K HDR filming. The post Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 845 With 4K HDR Video Capture appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Every day, software becomes ever more important for the functioning of the world as we know it. But the complexity of that software also keeps growing. The post Software is Increasingly Complex. That Can Be Dangerous. appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The team created several versions of the gear and spring contraption, which is essentially a wireless sensor. The post 3D-Printed Plastic Objects Send Data Over Wi-Fi Without Any Electronics appeared first on ExtremeTech.
MIcrosoft's first Windows on ARM machines have debuted, with a claimed 20-22 hours of battery life, all powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835. The post New ARM Always Connected Windows PCs Debut, AMD Ryzen On the Way appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It's nothing like plate tectonics on Earth, but it could fuel the development of life, according to a new analysis. The post Plate Tectonics on Europa Could Make Life More Likely appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD has quietly introduced a new version of its Radeon RX 560 -- but this one packs fewer cores and sells in the same price point. If you're eyeing one of these GPUs, be careful which you pick. The post AMD Has Cut the Performance of Some RX 560 GPUs appeared first on...
mardi 5 décembre 2017, 23:38
Google says YouTube won't come back until Amazon is willing to work together and ensure consumers have access to both companies' products. The post Google Blocks YouTube on Amazon’s Echo Show and Fire TV appeared first on ExtremeTech.
With only a week from the beginning of Hanukkah, and less than three from Christmas, we’re quickly running out of time for gift shopping. Thankfully, online retailers are still running quite a few deals, and most of them have rush shipping options. If you’re still on the...
Don't hold your breath for these games to launch in other markets, though. The post Nintendo Launches Wii and Gamecube Games on Nvidia Shield in China appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The previously announced Android Go version will finally become a reality, offering improved performance and an optimized feature set for entry-level devices. The post Google’s ‘Android Go’ for Entry-Level Phones Launches Wednesday With Android 8.1 appeared first on ExtremeTe
AMD's Ryzen Mobile APUs are finally shipping in laptops -- we round up reviews of the first HP system on the market. The post Ryzen 5 2500U Review Roundup: Can AMD’s New APU Take On Intel? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Crucial has announced a new 128GB DDR4 LRDIMM that packs an enormous amount of RAM into a single module. The post Mega Memory: Crucial Introduces Massive 128GB LRDIMMs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
What started as a curious implementation of existing cellular standards eventually grew into a huge part of our daily communication. Now, what comes next as the influence of SMS wanes? The post Text Messaging Is Now 25 Years Old appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel's 2018 roadmaps show a new Cascade-X high-end CPU and a Gemini Lake Atom improvement that's more than just a process shift. Meanwhile, Coffee Lake debuts across the product spectrum. The post Intel’s 2018 Roadmap Shows New High-End Cascade Lake-X Debuting Next Year...
lundi 4 décembre 2017, 22:10
Dell is now selling laptops with Intel's Management Engine disabled, following Linux laptop vendors in doing so. It's the first major OEM to disable the security solution after Intel's Nov 22 bug disclosures. The post Dell Now Shipping Laptops With Intel’s Management Engine...
Mining Bitcoin now consumes more than 30 terawatt-hours of power globally, which is higher than the individual energy usage of 159 countries. The post Bitcoin Mining Now Uses More Power Than 159 Countries appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The early response to Face ID has been mostly positive, and it does seem to be hard to fool. However, some privacy advocates have expressed concern over how much access apps have to Face ID. The post Apps Might Have Too Much Access to Face ID Data on iPhone X appeared first...
Ideally, a rocket makes things go up instead of down, but a Russian Soyuz launch last week did very much the opposite. The post Programming Error May Have Caused Failed Russian Rocket Launch appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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