Tesla Model 3 is ready to roll
Published in News


It's a trickle down effect

Elon Musk has shown off the Model 3 in a series of tweets.

Free wi-fi can be a menace
Published in News


Don't view porn in public

Norton said that 59 percent of Americans think that when they use public wi-fi it's safe as houses but it most certainly isn't.

Trump u-turns on Russian cyber deal
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Tweet not so sweet

The czar of the United States was forced to re-track on a proposal he made to Russian czar Vladimir Putin to cooperate on cyber security.

EKWB releases its own M.2 SSD heatsink
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Coming in Nickel and Black versions

EK Water Blocks, known for its high-end liquid cooling components, has announced its new passive heatsink for M.2 form-factor SSDs.

AMD RX Vega to support DirectX 12 level 12.1 features
Published in Graphics


Better DirectX 12 support than Polaris

According to the latest report, the upcoming AMD Radeon RX Vega graphics card will have support for more graphics features, thanks to support for DirectX 12 level 12.1.

Canon faces EU fine
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Should not have bought Toshiba’s medical unit

EU regulators said they might fine Canon up to 10 percent of annual revenue for jumping the gun in its acquisition of Toshiba's Medical unit.

Samsung sees profits up by 72 percent
Published in Memory


Thanks for the memories


Samsung Electronics has said its second-quarter operating profit rose 72 percent from a year earlier to a new record.

Google is to be hit by another record fine
Published in Mobiles


EU antitrust watchdogs take another punch 

The EU is contemplating another record fine against Google.

Apple’s bug bounty programme failing
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Apple bugs are too valuable


When Apple launched its bug bounty programme last year, the Tame Apple Press thought it was the bee's knees, but what they are not telling you now is that it is a flop.

Microsoft’s OneDrive ignores Fat people
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Fat-wah issued on older file systems 

OneDrive users around the world have been upset Microsoft's cloud file syncing and storage system has suddenly stopped working with anything other than disks formatted with the NTFS file system.