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mardi 9 janvier 2018, 19:01
The upcoming (and unannounced) deal with AT&T to sell the new Mate 10 series was supposed to be the start of Huawei's push into North America, but the deal has reportedly fallen apart at the last minute after AT&T got cold feet, and some sources point to a political cause....
Western Digital's My Cloud network attached storage (NAS) devices offer an easy, all-in-one solution for storing your data at home. However, they might also be providing an easy, all-in-one solution for hackers to steal your data. The post Western Digital’s My Cloud Storage...
Nvidia is bringing some of the highest-end displays imaginable to market in 2018, with 4K panels, 120Hz refresh rates, low latency displays, integrated Nvidia Shields, and support for 1,000 nits of brightness in HDR. Yowza. The post Nvidia Goes All-In On G-Sync With New...
Researchers at the University of Rochester have worked out a way to create negative mass particles using, what else, lasers. Is there anything lasers can't do? The post Lasers Used to Create Negative Mass Particles appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Spectre and Meltdown are serious CPU flaws, but do they warrant throwing out the entire closed-source CPU model? The post Should Spectre, Meltdown Be the Death Knell for the x86 Standard? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD is slashing Ryzen prices in response to Intel's Coffee Lake launch. If you've been eyeing a new AMD CPU, this might be the time to buy it. The post AMD Slashes Ryzen CPU Prices to Take On Intel’s Coffee Lake appeared first on ExtremeTech.
lundi 8 janvier 2018, 22:15
Intel's new Radeon+Kaby Lake hybrid CPUs are headed for store shelves. Here's how the SKUs break down and what you need to know. The post Intel Launches AMD Radeon-Powered CPUs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
LG is one of the world's leading makers of OLED TVs, and it's got a TV on display at CES 2018 that's more than just flexible -- it's rollable. The post LG Shows Off 65-Inch OLED TV That Rolls Up appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Spectre and Meltdown's impact on consumers is still unclear. New efforts to analyze the scope of the problem are showing little impact in some areas, more significant drops in others. The post Meltdown Patch Has No Real-World Performance Effect So Far appeared first on...
Intel's new Thunderbolt 3 controllers add support for DisplayPort 1.4, improve USB-C compatibility, and should hit store shelves in 2018. The post New Intel Thunderbolt 3 Controllers Add DisplayPort 1.4, Better USB-C Support appeared first on ExtremeTech.
A new technology discussed at the American Geophysical Union's annual conference could help us spy on smaller planets like the Earth-sized Proxima Centauri b. The post Deformable Mirrors Could Help Astronomers See Exoplanets Directly appeared first on ExtremeTech.
There are a handful of special-order 4K TVs that are 120-inches or larger, but those are priced well over $100,000. LG says it can offer a 150-inch 4K viewing experience for much less with its new projector, the HU80KA. The post LG Announces Tiny 4K Projector with 150-inch...
Consoles were once exclusively home to big-budget full-price games, but today it's different. The Xbox One has plenty of excellent free-to-play games; here are our favorites. The post The Best Free Games on the Xbox One appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD's CES 2018 announcements cover a wide range of products, foundry process nodes, and hardware. It's going to be a busy year for the CPU designer. The post AMD Announces 12nm 2nd Generation Zen, 7nm Vega, 2018 Roadmaps appeared first on ExtremeTech.
vendredi 5 janvier 2018, 22:29
Intel is facing multiple lawsuits over Meltdown and Spectre, but it's not clear that consumers have been harmed in this scenario -- at least, not in a legally actionable way. The post Intel Hit With Class Action Lawsuits Over ‘Meltdown’ Security Flaw appeared first on...
Smaller than it looks, the 2018 Kia Niro gets mileage in the high 40s. It's comfortable for 4-5 passengers. Cargo room is just adequate. The post 2018 Kia Niro Review: A Small Hybrid SUV that Makes Sense appeared first on ExtremeTech.
There is some concern that pieces of the 9.4-ton station will reach Earth's surface, but you probably don't need to fret -- the odds of it causing damage are remote. The post Chinese Space Station Will Crash to Earth in March appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It never takes long for hundreds of gigabytes of empty space to turn into a straightjacket, but moving your OS installation and files can be a pain. We're here to help. The post How to Upgrade to a Larger SSD appeared first on ExtremeTech.
This data may even be enough to determine when someone is at high risk of a heart attack. The post Google Neural Network Can Predict Your Health Status From Your Retina appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Asus is throwing its hat into the external graphics enclosure ring with the new XG Station Pro. The post Asus XG Station Pro Offers Thunderbolt 3, eGPU Support to PCs and Macs appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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