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Security Audit Finds Critical Vulnerabilities In VeraCrypt, TrueCrypt’s Main Successor

An audit for VeraCrypt, the main successor to TrueCrypt, uncovered multiple critical-, medium-, and low-severity issues. All have been fixed in VeraCrypt 1.19.

Inno3D Reveals Dual- And Single-Fan GTX 1050 Ti, 1050 Cards

For the latest graphics card launch from Nvidia, Inno3D is delivering four new cards.

Asus's Dual GTX 1050 Ti: A Non-Overclocker Before Strix

Shortly after Nvidia introduced the GP107-400 core at the heart of its GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards, Asus stepped forth to show off its customized Dual GeForce GTX 1050 Ti.

EVGA Out Ten Total GTX 1050 Ti, 1050 Graphics Cards

EVGA blasted out ten new graphics cards--five GTX 1050 Ti variants, and five GTX 1050 models.

It's time to stop obsessing over PC sales

With PC sales now in decline for two years, it's time to stop wondering when things are going to start getting better, because that's probably not going to happen. But while there's a huge thundercloud towering over PC sales, it does come with a few silver linings.

First Intel Optane hardware could be coming to consumer desktops

Intel could bring its 3D XPoint / Optane technology to the desktop as part of the Kaby Lake refresh, but it's not clear how the tech would benefit enthusiasts.

The Samsung 960 Pro (2TB) SSD Review

A year ago, Samsung brought their PCIe SSD technology to the retail market in the form of the Samsung 950 Pro, an NVMe M.2 SSD with Samsung's 3D V-NAND flash memory. The 950 Pro didn't appear out of nowhere—Samsung had shipped two generations...Show More Summary

Samsung 960 Pro SSD Review

Samsung developed several new technologies for its 960 Pro NVMe SSD, and the end result is a massive 2TB M.2 product that tips the price scale at $1,300.

Meet Asgardia, the proposed space nation for those who want to escape Earth

No startup ever faced such a literal threat of crashing and burning. Do you want BioShock? Because this is how you get BioShock.

NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX 1050 Ti & GTX 1050: Entry-Level Cards Launching October 25th

After a break of a couple of months in their Pascal launch schedule, NVIDIA is back again to launch a new Pascal desktop product. Following their near-perfect top-down launch schedule that started with GeForce GTX 1080 in May, being announced today and formally launching next week is the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GeForce GTX 1050. Show More Summary

Nvidia Announces GTX 1050 Ti, GTX 1050 Graphics Cards, But No Founder's Edition

Nvidia unveiled another round of Pascal-based graphics cards, debuting the new GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 at budget-friendly prices.

Microsoft breaks its word to Surface Pro 3 buyers, won’t repair defective batteries at previously promised price

Microsoft promised two years ago it would repair Surface Pro 3 battery problems for $200. The company has reneged on that deal and refuses to honor what the head of the Surface team promised.

LG’s V20 may be the phone of the year. So why the f%k can’t you buy it?

Reluctant to cash in on Samsung’s calamity For beleaguered Android phone makers, you might think a juicy prize has just appeared. For some of them, it could be a life-saver.…

UK Spy Agencies Violated Privacy Laws For 17 Years, Court Rules

UK's Investigatory Powers Tribunal, which takes complaints against intelligence agencies, ruled that UK intelligence agencies have indeed violated privacy laws for 17 years, but that their bulk data collection has been legal since 2...

Spain's iPhone killer actually a rebranded Xiaomi – new claim

Zetta handsets might have been marked-up Chinese phones An Android phone maker in Spain is facing allegations that its flagship product is just a rebranded Chinese model.…

Razer Acquires Majority Of THX Ltd Assets

Today, Razer acquired the majority of the assets of THX, including the management and employees of THX. THX will continue to operate as an independent subsidiary of Razer, under its own management. Financial terms of the deal were not...Show More Summary

Qualcomm Adds New Snapdragon SoCs: Include X9 LTE Modem and Support for 8GB RAM

Today at Qualcomm’s 2016 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong, the company announced several new additions to its low- and mid-tier Snapdragon SoC lineup, including the Snapdragon 427, 626, and 653. Each new Snapdragon SoC builds on its predecessor,...Show More Summary

Qualcomm Announces New X50 5G Modem, First Gigabit Class LTE Network and Router

Qualcomm made three announcements about connectivity products today at it 2016 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong. The first announcement, aimed at easing the transition between the 4G LTE networks we have today and the 5G networks of the future,...Show More Summary

Samsung to fab 10nm FinFET SoCs for next year's exploding phones

Progress! Pocket explosives maker Samsung claims it has started the "mass production" of the world's first 10nm FinFET system-on-chips.…

Oculus Connect 3 Recap: What You May Have Missed

A hallmark of a great industry event is how much discussion it generates, and if the amount of chatter in our comments section and editorial room alike are any indication, that means OC3 was a good one. Here's a recap and some additional thoughts.

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