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Yet Another Google Pixel 3 XL Leaks Weeks Ahead Of Launch

Yet Another Google Pixel 3 XL Leaks Weeks Ahead Of Launch According to anonymous sources speaking with Bloomberg , Google intends to launch the Google Pixel 3 and other Google-branded hardware on October 9, 2018, at an event in New York City. It is perhaps no surprise to see that Google will price the Pixel 3 XL on a higher side. The video gives a good look at the Pixel 3 XL from all angles, including closeups of its dual, front-firing speaker... [Full Article...]

Microsoft officially announces Xbox All Access, an all-in-one Xbox One subscription

Microsoft officially announces Xbox All Access, an all-in-one Xbox One subscription The service is being promoted as an "all in one" package, giving anyone who signs up two years worth of Xbox Live, Xbox Game Pass , and their choice of either a brand new Xbox One X or Xbox One S. Editor's Note: We've updated this story with availability information from Microsoft . With Xbox All Access, you're looking at around $528 for an Xbox One S and $840 for an Xbox One X, obviously s... [Full Article...]

Samsung announces its first Android Go phone - the Galaxy J2 Core

Samsung announces its first Android Go phone - the Galaxy J2 Core After the flagship Galaxy Note 9, Samsung is preparing to launch a new smartphone in India . The OnePlus 6 features a very good camera , but more importantly it offers plenty of power, with a fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and a whopping 6 GB of RAM, which is ideal for multitasking. [Full Article...]

Samsung Galaxy Note9 Gets Better With A New Update

Samsung Galaxy Note9 Gets Better With A New Update The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 features a massive 6.4-inch QHD+ display and comes with a Bluetooth-enabled S Pen that provides remote control functionality amongst other new features. According to at least one Korean carrier, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is proving more popular with pre-order customers than the Galaxy S9 series did earlier this year. [Full Article...]

MSI unveils first custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU Series

MSI unveils first custom NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU Series The event kicks off the day before Gamescom, which will be held in Cologne, Germany starting August 21 and running through August 25. As Forbes reports, the the GTX 1080 Ti will boost its CUDA cores from 3,584 to 4,352, up 21 percent. Which is nice and all, but we're still a few years away from games using this technology. Nvidia , the world's most popular graphics chip creator, unveiled th... [Full Article...]

Huawei: Australia has banned us from selling 5G tech

Huawei: Australia has banned us from selling 5G tech The government did not name specific companies in its statement but said that because 5G will make mobile networks so important to everyday life, and be used to connected industrial and safety systems, that the use of certain suppliers was an unacceptable risk. [Full Article...]

Russian hackers target Republicans in new twist on election meddling, Microsoft finds

Russian hackers target Republicans in new twist on election meddling, Microsoft finds Microsoft does not know if the domains were used successfully by the hackers or if any private information of campaigns or candidates fell into the hackers' hands, but they do know that the group behind them was "associated with the Russian government and known as Strontium, or alternatively Fancy Bear or APT28". [Full Article...]

Nvidia CEO: 'Computer graphics will never be the same again'

Nvidia CEO: 'Computer graphics will never be the same again' The change comes way of three brand new consumer-grade GPUs, which reduce the pricing ceiling of professional cards capable of real-time rendering ever so slightly. That means the Duke RTX 2080 needs a six-pin and an eight-pin connector, while the Duke RTX 2080 Ti takes a pair of eight-pin plugs. It's not yet known when third-party manufacturers will begin selling their cards, but it's expected ... [Full Article...]

Windows Phone 8’s, Windows 8’s days are numbered, literally

Windows Phone 8’s, Windows 8’s days are numbered, literally Microsoft is testing a new interface for the Windows Photos app. Given those factors, it's somewhat surprising that Microsoft has continued supporting the OS this long though now it is finally giving out the dates when Windows 8/8.1 and Windows Phone 8 .x can effectively retire. [Full Article...]

OnePlus and T-Mobile reportedly shacking up for launch of OnePlus 6T

The report states that T-Mobile is the exclusive U.S. carrier for this next phone from OnePlus and that they'll sell an optimized version for T-Mobile's network that will be able to take advantage of their 600MHz spectrum. If we take that taking point at face value, it's unclear how the company will be able to maintain its budget proposition. Models in the face of which the giants Apple and Sam... [Full Article...]

NSW south coast homes under threat from two out-of-control bushfires

NSW south coast homes under threat from two out-of-control bushfires FIREFIGHTERS are still working to control a blaze that closed the Gwydir Highway has been closed in both directions, and threatened a number of properties near Eatonsville and Ramornie. The RFS has issued a warning and said the fire is burning in very high fire danger conditions. Although the Clarence Valley fire at Bristol Arms Road is burning close to some properties, they are not now under thre... [Full Article...]

Google May Launch Smart Speakers With Displays

Google May Launch Smart Speakers With Displays According to figures from Canalys, market-leader Amazon sold just 315,000 Echo Show devices in 2015. He added, "China has the potential to be a hugely lucrative market for smart speakers and the voice assistant platforms that power them and Google's recent $500 million strategic partnership with Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com is a sign that it is deadly serious about not missing the opportun... [Full Article...]

Apple files stored by teen in 'hacky hack hack' folder

Apple files stored by teen in 'hacky hack hack' folder The Age said the 16-year-old - who can not be named for legal reasons - broke into Apple's mainframe several times over the course of a year, using a system of "computerised tunnels and online bypassing systems". "Two Apple laptops were seized, and the serial numbers matched the serial numbers of the devices which accessed the internal systems", said a prosecutor. [Full Article...]

China stops approving new video, phone games

China stops approving new video, phone games It said that the decrease was "mainly due to non-monetization of popular tactical tournament games and timing of new game releases". The company did secure a license to launch and monetise the Monster Hunter game, its president, Martin Lau, told an earnings call on Wednesday. [Full Article...]

Pixel XL users complain of problems once the updates

Pixel XL users complain of problems once the updates In this article we will explain how to ensure that your Pixel XL won't automatically receive the Android Pie Update , if you still haven't upgraded and if you haven't disabled the notifications and automatic updates on the Google Pixel XL. [Full Article...]

Motorola P30 Looks More Like iPhone X Than iPhone X Itself

Motorola P30 Looks More Like iPhone X Than iPhone X Itself Flip the phone over and you've got a setup that looks virtually identical to the iPhone X (even Google Image Search can't tell the difference, apparently). Under its hood, the smartphone makes use of an octa-core 14nm Snapdragon 636 SoC clocked at 1.8GHz. One such smartphone, the Motorola P30 is the latest offering from the company. [Full Article...]

New Fortnite patch adds Heavy Sniper and two new game modes

New Fortnite patch adds Heavy Sniper and two new game modes The new Battle Royale mode is called Soaring 50's, and it's basically 50V50 mode, but with a focus on increased mobility. The former's name is self-explanatory, and snipers will be the only weapons dropped in that mode. As per an official Tweet yesterday evening from Epic Games , the developer has clearly stated that it has opened up the Fortnite Android Beta to more devices. [Full Article...]

Pre order of Galaxy Note 9 begins in Bangladesh

Pre order of Galaxy Note 9 begins in Bangladesh Instead of giving would-be Note 9 buyers the best of both worlds-the highest-end hardware with the freshest software-Samsung's latest handset runs the same version of Android that Pixel users downloaded more than eight months ago. Well, Samsung is not the only brand with triple-camera implementation on smartphones. The premium Galaxy technologies come standard with Note9: fast wireless cha... [Full Article...]

Google Stores Your Location Data Even If Location History is Turned Off

Google Stores Your Location Data Even If Location History is Turned Off In a move that harks back to Black Mirror's Arkangel , Alphabet's child company is defying its customers' wishes and monitoring their whereabouts, even when unsuspecting users have explicitly requested that it doesn't. Some of the examples given by the AP include the Google Maps app, which takes a snapshot of your location as soon as you open it and even completely unrelated searches like " choco... [Full Article...]

Details of Intel’s 9th-generation Core desktop processors leak

Details of Intel’s 9th-generation Core desktop processors leak Purported Intel documentation referencing and detailing a pair of top-end Intel Core 9000 Series processors has leaked onto the internet. Starting out with a base clock of 3.6 GHz, the processor can be boosted to 5.0 GHz in single and dual cores, 4.8 GHz in quad-core ops, and 4.7 GHz for 6 to 8 core processes. [Full Article...]


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