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lundi 16 avril 2018, 20:43
ZTE is banned from purchasing products from US suppliers following its failure to punish employees who conspired to break US embargoes against Iran, North Korea. The post US Bans Companies From Selling to Chinese Phone Maker ZTE appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It might be a year or two before you can even buy a car that supports this feature, though. The same goes for smartphones, unless you buy from Google. The post Google Rolls Out Wireless Android Auto, but Almost No One Can Use It appeared first on ExtremeTech.
This phone has a dual camera system, a bigger battery, and a 4K display. That's a lot of pixels on a smartphone. The post Sony Announces XZ2 Premium Phone with 4K Display, Dual Camera System appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Sega is bringing out a new Mega Drive Mini to celebrate its 30th anniversary, but we don't know who is building the hardware yet -- and given ATGames' mixed track record, that matters. The post Sega Is Prepping a Mega Drive Mini, but Who’s Building It? appeared first on...
The next generation of digital broadcast standards will introduce new user-hostile, anti-privacy tracking methods, including the ability to know exactly what you watch and when you watch it. The post Next-Generation TVs Include Viewer Tracking, Personalized Ads appeared...
vendredi 13 avril 2018, 23:04
The launch is currently scheduled for April 16 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The post NASA’s New Planet-Hunting Spacecraft Launches on Monday appeared first on ExtremeTech.
In a new feat of machine learning magic, Google Research has developed a system that can replicate the 'cocktail party effect,' where your brain focuses on a single audio source in a crowded room. The post Google Neural Network Can Isolate Individual Voices in Videos...
AMD's new second-generation Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 CPUs are now available for preorder. The post AMD Puts 2nd Gen Ryzen CPUs Up for Pre-Order, Ships Next Week appeared first on ExtremeTech.
According to NASA administrator Robert Lightfoot, NASA now plans to use the Interim Cryogenic Propulsion Stage for early manned flights. The post NASA Will Use Less Powerful Space Launch System For First Manned Flight appeared first on ExtremeTech.
This program scans the drive for files you might want to transmit, and then it manipulates the CPU's power usage, altering the amount of current the computer draws. The post Researchers Steal Data From Air-Gapped Computer Over Power Lines appeared first on ExtremeTech.
I admit that in the grand scheme of things that could go wrong in tech these days, I wasn't quite expecting this one. The post Someone Stole My Entire Book (and My Job) and Is Selling It On Amazon appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Rare-earth minerals are difficult to mine in a cost-effective manner, but new resources found off the coast of Japan could change worldwide availability. The post A Tremendous Supply of Rare Earth Metals Is Sitting in Japanese Waters appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Tesla blames the driver in a recent fatal crash, but larger issues remain unaddressed and the family of the victim has hired a law firm to perform its own analysis. The post Tesla Blames Driver in Model X Autopilot Crash appeared first on ExtremeTech.
You might agree, depending on your personal definition of malware. The post Microsoft Begins Flagging uTorrent as Malware appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Buying a used GPU can be a good way to squeeze more performance out of a rig without spending a lot of money, but different cards offer different values. The post In an Age of Overpriced GPUs, Used Cards Provide Excellent Value appeared first on ExtremeTech.
jeudi 12 avril 2018, 22:30
Apple is warning users that 32-bit apps are now non-optimized. Is a 64-bit transition imminent? The post Apple Warns macOS Users to Move Away From 32-Bit Applications appeared first on ExtremeTech.
According to some unverified but totally believable online chatter, Microsoft has delayed the update because of a serious last minute bug. The post Report: Microsoft Delays Windows 10 Spring Creators Update appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Two security researchers have spent two years reverse-engineering the updates on more than 1,200 Android phones to see if the patches are all included. The post Some Android Phones Are Missing Security Patches They Claim to Have appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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