More than one billion people turn to Google Maps for essential information about how to get from place to place. This week, Google is introducing a new COVID layer in Google Maps, a tool that shows critical information about COVID-19 cases in an area so you can make more informed decisions about where to go…
Samsung Electronics today unveiled the company’s first consumer PCIe 4.0 NVMe solid state drive (SSD) – the Samsung SSD 980 PRO.1 The new 980 PRO is designed for professionals and consumers who want cutting-edge performance in their high-end PCs, workstations and game consoles. Optimized for handling data-intensive applications, the 980 PRO is ideal for consumers…
One of the hottest technologies right now it IoT. And with 5G creeping up on us, the tech will likely explode. Today AT&T and Microsoft announced they are teaming up to enable enterprises to seamlessly connect machines and equipment to the cloud.
Although Activision has yet to comment on the incident, it’s common knowledge tonight that the company has sufferered a major data breach. The credentials were leaked publicly and first reported on Twitter.
A team at the University College London say they have broken the broadband speed record with a mind-boggling 178 terabits per second transmission. That’s fast enough to download the entire 100TB Netflix catalog in about 4 seconds.
The massive Twitter security breach that took over the accounts of President Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Apple and more. The one that appeared to be the work of state-sponsored attackers or organization criminal organizations. Yeah, it was two teens and a 22-year-old from Florida.
I mean, come on, what’s next? We plug in our charger and our phone instantly charges to 50%? This is insane. Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 5 promises to charge a smartphone from absolute zero to 50 percent in as little as five minutes! That is impressive.
You can’t help but wonder if one day we’ll all be wearing temperature-controlled spacesuits to protect our fragile bodies from raging firestorms resulting from global warming. Worry no more. It’s not perfect – but it’s still pretty cool (ha, see what I did there).
Don’t take this wrong. I know, Corning’s Gorilla Glass is a godsend. But with each new generation of Gorilla Glass, we have to choose between improved durability against drops or scratches. Corning doesn’t and can’t excel in both areas. If a glass formula is hard enough to resist scratches, it becomes more brittle and susceptible…
The complaints began last month, first on forums, then in videos on YouTube. Owners found that suddenly, their Blu-Ray player would no longer turn on. They all had one thing in common. They were Samsung players.