Apple kills the iPod
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Only the Touch is left 

Apple has now officially killed off all its iPods, other than the Touch which was more of an iPhone without the ability to call someone.

AMD releases Radeon Software ReLive 17.7.2 WHQL drivers
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The biggest update since ReLive launch

AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.7.2 WHQL-certified drivers which bring quite a few new features, updates and improvements for both gamers as well as developers.

AMD could bundle Threadripper with Asetek retention kit
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Making it compatible with many AiO coolers

According to a new report, AMD could be bundling its upcoming Threadripper CPUs with Asetek retention kit, which should make plenty of AiO coolers compatible with the new TR4 socket on the upcoming X399 chipset motherboards.

EVGA announces GTX 1080 Ti K|NGP|N graphics card
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Flagship GTX 1080 Ti with 2025MHz+ overclock

After a couple of teaser pictures posted earlier last week, EVGA has now officially unveiled its fastest and flagship graphics card based on GTX 1080 Ti GP102 Pascal GPU, the EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 Ti .

Nokia warns of trouble ahead
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Let's Face The Music And Dance

Finnish network equipment maker Nokia did better in its quarterly profits than many expected, thanks mostly to a deal it signed with the fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple.

Google CEO promises 11 Daydream phones
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Place for two new Pixel phones

Google's CEO announced that there will be 11 Daydream capable phones available before the end of the year.

Qualcomm makes Mobile Chip Deep learning framework available
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Snapdragon Neural Processing is public 

Mobile chip maker Qualcomm wants to enable deep learning-based software development on all kinds of devices, and has created the Neural Processing Engine (NPE) for its Snapdragon-series mobile processors.

BLU R1 HD phones are still selling your details
Published in Mobiles


Beware the good deal


Cheap phones might be coming at the price of your privacy, security analysts from Kryptowire have discovered.

Russian spooks tried to game French election
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Used Facebook to try to sink Macron


Russian spooks had a crack at gaming the French elections using fake Facebook personas, according to a US congressman and two other people briefed on the effort.

Samsung climbs on memory boom
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Booms are better than fire

Samsung Electronics  memory chip boom that propelled it to record profit in the second quarter is likely to continue in the third, just as revenue is widely expected to benefit from sales of OLED screens to the fruity cargo-cult Apple.