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Review: The iPad Pro and the power of the Pen(cil)

By | apple inc, Apple Pencil, artist, computing, editor, eraser, fiftythree, Food, Gadgets, Hardware, Intel, ios devices, iPad, iPad Pro, iPads, iPhone, Mac OS X, Microsoft, oled, partner, pencil, RAM, Reviews, Supply chain, surface pro, tablet computers, TC, Technology, Wacom

Laptop users have been focused for a very long time on whether the iPad Pro is going to be forced upon them as a replacement device. Depending on who you believe, Apple included, it has at one point been considered that, or a pure tablet with functions to be decided completely by the app development […]

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Google’s Home Hub can be bricked with one line of code

By | america, Android, Assistant, chicago, computing, ethernet, Gadgets, Google, google home, home hub, http, Intel, jerry gamblin, json, TC, United States, wi-fi, wireless, wireless networking, xml

Security advocate Jerry Gamblin has posted a set of instructions — essentially basic lines of XML — that can easily pull important information off the Google Home Hub and, in some cases, temporarily brick the device. The Home Hub, which is essentially an Android tablet attached to a speaker, is designed to act as an […]

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The UDOO BOLT is a powerful computer on a tiny board

By | amd, arduino, computing, electronics, Gadgets, HDMI, Intel, Internet of Things, linux, mac mini, RAM, Raspberry Pi, TC, udoo

When we last met UDOO, the team was building a powerful Raspberry Pi-based DIY board with a bunch of impressive features, including more ports and a better processor. Now the team behind the first units has released the UDOO BOLT, a DIY board that can run “AAA games” thanks to a built-in AMD Ryzen Embedded […]

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Intel teases a massive 28-core, single-socket chip that will launch later this year

By | Computex, cpus, Gadgets, Intel, Processors, TC

Intel is feeling increasing pressure from AMD and Qualcomm and the competition will get even more intense if reports that Apple is working on its own chips to replace Intel processors in Macs are true. In an interview with Engadget last week before Computex, Intel’s client computing head Gregory Bryant said that Intel would reveal […]

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Last march of the Penryns: Intel cuts Spectre fixes for some older chips

By | Gadgets, Hack, Hardware, Intel, meltdown, meltdown-spectre, Security, Spectre

As part of its ongoing efforts to patch its systems against the Meltdown and Spectre chip flaws, Intel indicated last month that it would be issuing fixes as far back as 2005’s Yorkfield processors. But in a new guidance document the company announces that many of these older platforms will not receive fixes after all.

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Arm chips with Nvidia AI could change the Internet of Things

By | ARM, ARM Holdings, Artificial Intelligence, computing, Gadgets, Intel, Internet of Things, IoT, IP Group, machine learning, microwave, mobile devices, neural networks, nvidia, TC, Technology, tegra, trillium, vp

Nvidia and Arm today announced a partnership that’s aimed at making it easier for chip makers to incorporate deep learning capabilities into next-generation consumer gadgets, mobile devices and Internet of Things objects. Mostly, thanks to this partnership, artificial intelligence could be coming to doorbell cams or smart speakers soon. Arm intends to integrate Nvidia’s open-source […]

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Intel announces hardware fixes for Spectre and Meltdown on upcoming chips

By | Gadgets, Hardware, Intel, meltdown, meltdown-spectre, Processors, Security, Spectre

When the Spectre and Meltdown bugs hit, it became clear that they wouldn’t be fixed with a few quick patches — the problem runs deeper than that. Fortunately, Intel has had plenty of time to work on it, and new chips coming out later this year will include improvements at the hardware/architecture level that protect against the flaws. Well, two out of three, anyway.

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