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AMD Zen 2 rumors point to 16-core Ryzen 3rd Generation processors

If you think the CPU war is crazy now with 32-core Ryzen Threadripper 2nd Generation processors at the high end, AMD next generation Zen 2 architecture could double core counts for the mainstream yet again, if the latest rumors hold weight.The upcoming 7-nanometer (nm) Zen 2 architecture is said to...

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Best SSDs 2018: the top solid-state drives for your PC

For the longest time, if you wanted to expand your PC’s storage, you were stuck with whatever speeds the best hard drives of the time could offer – with their spinning disks and tedious transfer speeds. Luckily, we live in the future now, and in 2018, the best SSDs, or solid state drives...

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Surface Go vs iPad 2018: which 10-inch tablet is best for you?

It wasn’t long ago that Apple rose to meet Microsoft’s 12.3-inch Surface Pro with its very own, 12.9-inch iPad Pro. So, it was only a matter of time before Microsoft met Apple in kind with its own 10-inch tablet (again): the Surface Go.The Surface Go seems tailor-made to combat the lates...

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Best gaming laptops 2018: the 10 top gaming laptops we've reviewed

In the past, the best gaming laptops weren’t all that different from any of the other best laptops – as long as it had a Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and discrete graphics, it was the best gaming laptop. They were so few and far between that it didn’t really matter whether they we...

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Business is booming for Microsoft, and even Bing is doing well

Microsoft has announced its fourth quarter earnings, and the numbers look good. Really good. According to Microsoft, it earned a net income of $8.9 billion and a revenue of $30.1 billion for the quarter, which ended on June 30. This brings the total revenues for the fiscal year to a mightily-impress...

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Cisco reveals $100m investment in UK AI

Cisco has announced a major investment into the UK's AI scene.The networking giant has revealed a $100m (£77m) commitment that includes a new partnership with University College London (UCL) aimed at creating one of the world's largest AI research centres.The facility will house between 200 an...

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Corsair’s newest silent liquid-cooler adds even more RGB lighting to your PC

Corsair is introducing a new H100i Pro AIO liquid-cooler to round out its new line of RGB-lit CPU coolers.While Corsair announced the 280mm H115i Pro and 360mm H150i Pro coolers at CES 2018, the H100i Pro is a smaller 240mm cooler designed to fit in smaller cases. Like the AIO liquid-coolers that pr...

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AMD beats Nvidia in the battle for the most stable drivers

In the battle between the graphics giants there appears to be one area where AMD can claim a definitive win over Nvidia: driver stability.A few months ago AMD commissioned QA Consultants, an independent software assurance firm, to test the stability of its latest graphics card drivers in comparison...

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Overlook your business's network at your own perils

Small business is the lifeblood of the UK economy, accounting for more than 99 per cent of all private sector businesses, and employing over 16 million people – representing 60% of the nation’s private sector employment.1Many of the country’s five million plus small businesses are...

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Elon Musk and fellow tech giants pledge to only use AI for good

Many of the technology world's leading minds have come together to pledge not to use artificial intelligence (AI) technology to develop weapons.Despite fears that AI will one day rise up and humanity, many of the technology world's leading minds have agreed to only use the platform for good.The Leth...


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