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Intel thinks that 5G connectivity and small Optane caches can replace local storage in the mainstream consumer market. Intel also has a new 5G modem expected to drop in 2019. There might be a connection. The post Intel Wants to Leverage Optane to Eliminate Local PC Storage Altogether appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 announcement is barely two months old, and yet a new Snapdragon 850 may already be in the works. The post Next-Generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 Rumors Swirl appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The value of cryptocurrency is down right now, but online criminals are still happy to generate coins using your hardware. The post New Android Malware Mines Cryptocurrency on Your Phone appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Pornhub and Reddit are slamming the doors on what they call involuntary pornography, closing a popular subreddit, and removing content from their sites. The post Pornhub, Reddit Ban AI-Generated Fake Porn Videos appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It's increasingly unlikely that it ever will now that TRI has filed for bankruptcy in Finland, where it was set to manufacture the device. The post Turing Robotics Files for Bankruptcy Without Ever Delivering a Phone appeared first on ExtremeTech.
NASA has fresh news about its IMAGE satellite, but there are still a lot of questions about why the hardware failed the way it did -- or why it's operational again. The post NASA’s IMAGE Satellite Still Has Functional Power, Electronics Systems appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD has won a trio of new Dell servers, with significant implications for its Epyc CPU platform. The post AMD Announces Multiple Dell Servers in Major Epyc Win appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The NYPD is moving from Windows Phone to iOS, citing Apple's superior security, speed, and device characteristics. The post NYPD Moves Away From Windows Phone, Switches to Apple appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Grammarly promises to catch your typos and grammatical errors, but for a while, it was also exposing your personal documents to potential snooping by any website you visited. The post Flaw in Grammarly Browser Extension Exposed User Documents appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Has your internet seemed miraculously faster and better lately? The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) would like you to think it has, according to its most recent broadband status report. The post FCC Says Net Neutrality Repeal Has Already Fixed the Internet appeared first on ExtremeTech.
SpaceX successfully launched the rocket from Cape Canaveral today, Feb. 6, 2018. On board the rocket is Elon Musk's personal Tesla Roadster, which makes it the first car in space. The post SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon Heavy Rocket, Sends Car Into Space appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Want a high-end gaming rig that's ready for true 4K gaming? Right now, Dell is offering up a new XPS configuration with a Coffee Lake six-core CPU, a GTX 1080 graphics card, and a 512GB SSD for under $1.5K. We've also found excellent...Show More Summary
An initial teardown finds quality and possible safety issues with Tesla Model 3. But poor emergency responder info? We found it online in 15 seconds. The post Tesla Model 3 Teardown: ‘Flaws Like a ’90s Kia’ appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It stands to reason that if there are exoplanets orbiting stars in our own galaxy, then there would also be exoplanets in other galaxies. The post Scientists May Have Detected the First Exoplanets in Another Galaxy appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel's former President is betting her new server startup can take the fight to Intel's data centers, though she's picked an unusual avenue for getting there. The post Intel’s Former President Launches Ampere, a New ARM CPU Venture With an Old SoC appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Open source software turned 20 yesterday. Few software concepts can claim to have influenced the world so much. The post Open Source Turns 20, Powers Computing as We Know It Today appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Qualcomm's legal fight with Apple could result in the company losing the iPhone altogether. Intel certainly hopes so. The post Intel Inside: Apple’s Next iPhone May Ditch Qualcomm Altogether appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Apple's iPhone X is once again having problems -- this time with a great many dropped calls. Apple is investigating. The post Apple Investigating iPhone X Phones That Can’t Make Calls appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It's easy to take our phone cameras for granted, but DxOMark has looked back at how many innovations are packed into each one, and how much image quality has improved as a result. The post DxOMark Shows How Far Phone Cameras Have Come appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The banks don't want customers charging crypto purchases because it's volatile and a high credit risk. The post Major Banks Ban Cryptocurrency Purchases on Credit Cards appeared first on ExtremeTech.