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Disney Hacks a Smart-Watch and Your Body!

In everyday life, we come into contact with hundreds, if not thousands of items. Some we knowingly touch such as our phones or our computer peripherals, but what about that spoon that we compulsively pick up every…

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Microsoft Using Anemic Samsung TLC SSD in Surface Book

With the first Surface Books shipping, we’re getting a better picture of what Microsoft’s new convertible looks like. According to the latest reports, Microsoft chose to use a slower TLC SSD instead of a caster MLC…

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Samsung’s Foldable Display Smartphones Set for January Launch

Recent rumours that Samsung’s first foldable display smartphone could hit the market in January 2016 appear to be true, with SamMobile revealing that the device, dubbed Project Valley, will launch in eight countries, including the UK…

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Samsung Brings on Jim Keller as Chief Architect

When Jim Keller left AMD last month, there was a lot of speculation as to the reason for his departure. Given that we knew Zen was pretty much done, Keller probably wanted to work on something…

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Samsung Submits Petition for Apple vs Samsung Patent Case

Samsung has filed a Petition for the EN Banc Rehearing regarding the recent case that went in Apple’s favour and it has been made available to the public online. Judge Koh’s decision in September was to order…

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Court Rules NVIDIA Did Not Invent the GPU

NVIDIA has lost two patent infringement lawsuits that accused Samsung of building GPUs without its permission – effectively claiming that NVIDIA itself invented the GPU – with a third suit being thrown out as invalid. The…

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ITC Court Rules in Favour of Samsung in Nvidia Patent Dispute

Nvidia and Samsung have been locked in a bit of a patent war for a while now, with Nvidia filing a class action lawsuit claiming that they effectively invented the modern 3D GPU and that Samsung…

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Samsung Developing In-House Mobile GPU for 2017

According to the latest rumours, Samsung is planning on creating their very own in-house mobile GPU. Set to debut inside their Exynos series of SoCs, the new GPU will probably arrive in the 2017-2018 timeframe. The…

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Netflix and More Comes to VR

Virtual reality is heralded as the next step for your home entertainment. One of the biggest competitors for virtual reality is the Oculus Rift, a headset designed to let you play your PC without being distracted…

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Samsung’s 18.4-Inch Tablet Specifications Leaked?

In the last couple of years, there has been a trend to increase the display size on smartphones and tablets, as illustrated by the Nexus 6. Previously, any smartphone above 4.5-inches was deemed to be on…

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Reports of iPhone 6S & Plus Randomly Powering Down

Smartphones have moved on leaps and bounds over the last decade, the processing power which is confined within a portable device is quite mind-blowing. But, these devices do have their problems which include generally poor battery…

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Why eReaders for Everyone is Your Best Gift Idea This Year

It’s only a few short months before the holiday season is here again. If you’re the type to spring for last-minute gifts, why not make a change this year? By shopping for holiday gifts this early,…

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Samsung Reveals the First Monitor with Wireless Charging

Samsung Electronics America has recently unveiled the SE370 monitor, which boasts a diagonal of 23.6 inches as well as wireless charging capabilities. The monitor aims to declutter your workspace by eliminating wires whenever possible, all thanks to a circular…

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Chillblast Fusion Master Skylake Gaming PC Review

Introduction Chillblast is one of the most prestigious custom-PC builders in the industry and offers peace-of-mind with an unparalleled 5-year warranty. This impeccable customer service and sensible component selection makes each system a worthwhile investment and…

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Samsung Give Their SSD’s a New Speed Standard

  Samsung’s latest release to the SSD Market is the 950 Pro SSD. It is the fastest consumer SSD the company have ever made for the consumer grade market. Samsung have managed to achieve a whole new level of…

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Samsung and SK Hynix to Supply HBM2 to Nvidia

Nvidia’s Pascal may not arrive in volume for quite in a while according to the latest report. According to BusinessKorea, both Samsung and SK Hynix are set to provide HBM2 to Nvidia for their next generation Pascal architecture.…

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Samsung Launches 950 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD

While Intel probably was the company that drew most headlines with their 750 SSD NVMe drive, Samsung’s SM951 NVMe SSD has been the go-to choice for a lot of enthusiasts. It convinced everyone with its M.2…

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Apple’s ‘Move to iOS’ App Receives The Reception it Deserves

Apple created its first Android app on the Google Play Store, entitled, “Move to iOS” which migrates your personal data when switching to an Apple handset. I’m not entirely sure if this naivety or arrogance, but…

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Nvidia Will Use TSMC 16nm for Pascal

While there had been some rumours that Nvidia would turn to Samsung’s 14nm process for GPUs, it appears those were wrong. For the longest time, Nvidia has relied on TSMC to manufacture their chips and it…

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Samsung Rumoured to be Releasing Folding Screen Smartphone in January

Samsung is reportedly releasing a new smartphone with a foldable display, possibly as early as January 2016. The report comes courtesy of SamMobile, a Samsung news blog with a good track record of providing accurate information.…

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D-Link DCS-935L mydlink Home Monitor HD Wi-Fi Camera Review

Introduction Today I’m taking a look at a somewhat different product than I am used to and that is a wireless home security camera. Security becomes a bigger and bigger issue for a lot of people…

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First 2TB Consumer SSDs Are Now Available

Samsung announced that they would be releasing 2TB versions of their popular 850 Evo and 850 Pro families a couple of months ago, but thus far no one has spotted the drives out in the wild.…

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Samsung Produces First 12Gb LPDDR4 DRAM Chips

Samsung has developed the industry’s first 12Gb LPDDR4 DRAM modules and poised to revolutionize memory capacities in mobile devices. The latest memory chips consume 20% less power and performs 30% faster than existing mobile technologies at…

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Samsung Predicts DDR4 Memory to Reach 6.4 GHz by 2020

The uptake of DDR4 RAM has progressed at a pedestrian pace due to the extremely high cost of Intel’s X99 chipset and lack of compatibility on mainstream sockets. Thankfully, Skylake’s Z170 architecture is catapulting DDR4 into…

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Take A Gander At the Worlds First Ultra HD Player

The explosion of online HD and 4K downloaded content has rendered the typical DVD and Blu-Ray player in many respects obsolete, Samsung hope not and they have unveiled the world’s first Ultra HD player at the…

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Not Cool – Samsung Smart Fridge Flaw Makes Gmail Open to Attacks

Security research team, Pen Test Partners has uncovered a MiTM (man-in-the-middle) vulnerability during an IOT hacking challenge. The hack was achieved on a RF28HMELBSR smart fridge which contributes to Samsung’s Smart Home appliances line-up. In theory,…

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Samsung is Reportedly Making an 18.4-Inch Android Tablet

Tablets appear to be increasing in size at an extraordinary rate and sources close to SamMobile suggest Samsung is working on a massive 18.4-inch device, codenamed Tahoe. Apparently, the 18.4-inch screen features a resolution of 1920×1080…