Daily Archives: August 9, 2019

AMD Zen 3 has finished its design phase, rumored to launch in 2020

Now that AMD Zen 2 processors have hit both the mainstream market and enterprise with Ryzen 3rd Generation and 2nd-generation Epyc processors, respectively, it’s time once more to look to the future. And, it looks like AMD has finished the design phase for its Zen 3 CPU architecture.  This news …

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Steam gamers at risk from Windows 10 zero-day

Valve’s popular PC gaming platform Steam is vulnerable to a zero-day security vulnerability which could leave 72m Windows users at risk of having their systems taken over by an attacker who could then install malware, steal data, compromise passwords and more. The vulnerability was disclosed by a security researcher named …

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Cambridge Audio’s Melomania 1 blow the AirPods out the water

Cambridge Audio’s recently released Melomania 1 true wireless earbuds have obliterated the competition – including the ever-popular Apple AirPods. We had no choice but to award the wireless earbuds a full five stars in our recent review, thanks to their spectacular sound quality, sleek design, and outstanding battery life.  The …

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Huawei confirms Honor TV will be first device to run HarmonyOS

On stage at the Huawei Developer Conference (HDC 2019) in Dongguan, Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu confirmed that tomorrow (August 10) the world should expect an Honor TV announcement.  Having just announced Huawei’s new cross-device operating system, HarmonyOS, a potential alternative to Android down the line, and a smart device OS …

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The best free password manager 2019

Best practice dictates that you should use a different password for all of your online accounts, but remembering them all can be nearly impossible – particularly if you want to use strong logins that are difficult to crack. However, there is a solution to both of these problems: a secure …

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Intel, quasi tutti i processori hanno una grave vulnerabilità nella sicurezza

Secondo alcuni ricercatori, l’hardware Intel potrebbe essere affetto da un’altra importante vulnerabilità, che mette a rischio potenzialmente milioni di dispositivi in tutto il mondo.  Il team che si occcupa di sicurezza presso Bitdefender sostiene che il problema interessa qualunque dispositivo che abbia a bordo un processore Intel e che abbia …

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5G reveals the road to self-driving vehicles

About the author Daniel Ruiz is the CEO of Zenzic. The UK’s connected and automated mobility (CAM) industry is working on a jigsaw puzzle of challenges which stand between us and getting self-driving vehicles on the road, in meaningful numbers, safely. The development of 5G network connectivity is a key …

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