Daily Archives: July 18, 2019

Overclocked AMD Navi graphics cards with dual-fan designs are almost here

Aftermarket components maker ASRock has pointed out new AMD Navi-based graphics cards with dual-fan designs and out-of-the-box overclocking, HotHardware reports. And, MSI has teased its own design, also according to HotHardware. AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 and 5700 XT graphics cards are an affordable pair of high-power hardware, but were limited …

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.cloud domains: a name that’s made for fame

About the author Mou Mukherjee is the Head of Registry Services at .Cloud Google, Facebook, Wholefoods, Virgin. Global fame might not be the end goal for all of us, but when it comes to naming your company or product, and choosing your domain name, there’s pressure to get it right.  …

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BT sells iconic London HQ tower for £210m

BT has agreed the sale of its central London headquarters to a private equity firm as it continues its restructuring programme. Orion Capital Managers will acquire BT Centre for almost £210 million and has agreed to lease the 300,000 square foot office building for a period of 30 months while …

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Why Microsoft could be dropping the ball on software piracy

Search for “cheap microsoft office” on Bing, Microsoft’s own search engine and you might be surprised to see what gets displayed. Outside the usual Microsoft adverts and search results are a bunch of websites all vying for your attention. An advert pointing to Getmsoffice.com also offers a direct download button …

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Huawei ban: the global fallout explained

Update: The pressure looks like it’s eased off a bit for the time being, with the US government having relaxed sanctions on Huawei, and the UK greenlighting its involvement in the country’s 5G infrastructure at a parliamentary level. Huawei has filed patents for its own mobile operating system nonetheless, as …

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Slack password reset coming to thousands of users

Slack is set to reset password for thousands of users as it looks to respond to a data breach. The popular messaging app has confirmed it will reset the passwords of users it believes could be affected by a historical data breach. Around one percent of all Slack users are …

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