Intel is currently investigating a flaw found by Google in processor hardware.
InsanelyMac user gils83 has showed users that Hackintosh is not only compatible with AMD's new Ryzen series processors, it actually excels with them. He shares great screenshots and statistics with benchmarks of other CPU's to really show the efficiency of the Ryzen series. What does this mean for the future of Apple products? Could this … Continue reading Hackintosh reportedly working with AMD’s new Ryzen Processors!
iPad users have long been awaiting the release of the next iPad Pro, which is said to come with a new 12.9 inch high end model and a lesser 10.5 inch iPad that will carry the A9X chipset.
Qualcomm "unfairly insisted on charging royalties for technologies they have nothing to do with."
AT&T was ahead of the game when it came to unlimited data and offering that package to its customers, but when Verizon released their new unlimited plan, AT&T packed it all up and began rethinking what they wanted to provide to their customers. The new data plans brought forward by AT&T are as follows: Unlimited … Continue reading AT&T Rethinks Unlimited Data
Physical Features The BlackBerry Keyone features a 4.5 inch 1080 x 1620 LCD touch display that comfortably allows users to swipe through the Android 7.1 Nougat OS. Don't worry, BlackBerry kept its core features such as the BlackBerry store and the full physical QWERTY keyboard. Processor and Storage The Keyone also features 3 GB of … Continue reading BlackBerry Keyone goes back to its roots
Apple introduces the new Omna 180 HD home security IP camera from D-Link with a long list of great features for the IoT centered technologists. It comes with a low cost for 1080p HD camera. At $199.99, this is a great solution for anyone seeking full HomeKit integration. "The D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD camera … Continue reading D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD Home Security Camera Comes to Apple Store
Apple struck a $4.3 billion deal with Samsung that would supply Apple with 60 million of the OLED screens.
Tim Cook on "Fake News" and how to Preserve "the great openness of the Internet"