Google revealed that its augmented reality developer kit, ARCore, is no longer in beta. ARCore 1.0 is now available, and developers can submit AR apps to the Google Play Store. The company also announced that Lens is coming to Google Photos.
Three class-action lawsuits have been filed on behalf of consumers who purchased AMD’s processors in the time between the discovery and disclosure of the Spectre vulnerability.
Bluehole also plans to show off new content with a road map reveal in March.
The kit includes a processor that will allow you to boot your system to update your BIOS.
The recent resurgence of cryptocurrency and the growing popularity of Ethereum has led to a massive shortage in the GPU market. Prices are oscillating wildly, and dozens of graphics card models are sold out.
A district court in Belgium ruled that Facebook is violating Belgium and EU privacy laws by tracking users across the web without obtaining valid consent from them and telling them how the data is processed and for how long.
Configurable with an i7-7700, GTX 1060, four hard drives, and two PCI-e SSDs, Compulab’s Airtop2 exceeds expectations for a fanless computer.
The UK and U.S. governments officially accused the Russian military of spreading the devastating NotPetya attack to multiple countries in an effort to destabilize Ukraine.
EK Water Blocks announced the new EK-FB GA X399 Gaming RGB monoblock that, as its name implies, is compatible with multiple Gigabyte X399 motherboards.
Intel has come under fire from 30 consumer class action lawsuits and two securities class action lawsuits as a result of the vulnerabilities.
Samsung announced its new Notebook 9 and Notebook 9 Pen laptops, both of which are equipped with the latest Coffee Lake Intel CPUs.
Tom’s tools and tricks for finding a powerful graphics card in today’s overpriced, under-supplied market.
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Gigabyte to bring you a Aorus Gaming giveaway for Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 and Gaming 5 motherboards.
The wired mouse also comes with two sets of Omron switches and a pouch for easy transportation.
Researchers created a new method of exploiting the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, which they’ve dubbed MeltdownPrime and SpectrePrime.
FedEx customers had their data exposed for many years after a company FedEx ended-up purchasing improperly configured its Amazon S3 servers to allow the data to be accessed by the public.
To help alleviate the pain of gamers looking to build a new PC, Newegg has been offering GPU bundles lately at excellent price points. Today, the online retailer is back with 13 more bundles.
You can now purchase games directly from the wishlist and filter out Early Access titles.
Bigscreen Beta received a “Big” update today. It now supports up to 12 people in one space. The new release also includes major performance improvements, which should free up valuable CPU cycles and enable a much smoother experience.
Silicon Power steps in the NVMe arena with a pair of new products using the Phison PS5008-E8T DRAMless controller.
3dRudder announced a significant price reduction to the standard 3dRudder foot-based controller. You can now get your feet into the game for under $100.
EKWB issued a public apology for the below-expectations performance of its EK-Supremacy EVO Threadripper waterblock and X399 motherboard monoblocks.
The DC P4510 doubles the capacity of the previous-generation DC P4500 and scales from 1TB to 8TB, aided in part by doubled die density.
The One has become many.
Singularity Computers is bringing next-level water cooling to a more accessible platform. The company’s new Spectre case is the first of its kind to offer a built-in water cooling distribution plate.
You’ll have another chance to play “Sea of Thieves” before its launch, but expect to encounter a few issues.
Rony Abovitz, founder and CEO of Magic Leap, revealed that the Magic Leap Creator Edition headset would carry a premium, pro-sumer price point. The executive also revealed that it would be likely that Magic Leap would always be in the price range.
QNAP released a pair of new NAS units, the dual-bay TS-253Be and the quad-bay TS-453Be. They feature a PCI-e slot that allows them to be upgraded with SSD caching, USB 3.1 Gen 2, or 10Gb Ethernet connectivity.
The Italian Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC) has started using a customized version of GlobaLeaks, which uses the Tor network at its core, for its whistleblower platform.
In sharp contrast to early February’s dramatic crash, the cryptocurrency markets are on the rise again. Nearly every top-100 cryptocurrency is in the green today, and Litecoin is soaring with 30% gains in the last day because LitePay is days away.
Valve released a significant SteamVR update late Tuesday evening, which includes new features and platform compatibility such as wireless base station firmware updates, and Oculus Rift Core 2.0 Dash support.
Raijintek released a new 120mm PWM fan, the Macula 12 Rainbow RGB, that features two light rings in its frame.
Following the Meltdown and Spectre revelations, Intel will expand its bug bounty to include side-channel bugs, and the company will pay the researchers bigger awards for finding flaws in its chips.
We saw some talk of wirelessly charged mice in 2017, but the Razer Mamba Hyperflux doesn’t have a battery–it’s wireless powered, not charged.
You’ll get to create a deck from the entire collection on cards featured in the game.
Corsair aims for the living room with a family of wireless peripherals, including a lapboard that solves some of the problems we encountered with the company’s Lapdog.
Arm launched Project Trillium, a trifecta formed by a machine learning processor, an object detection processor, and a neural network software development kit to boost the chips’ performance even further.
Inwin announced that it has brought back one of its discontinued chassis offerings, resurrecting the D-Frame Mini with a variety of new colors and a lower price tag.
Intel released a new graphics driver that introduces a Graphics Control Panel which automatically configures game settings for a handful of popular titles.
Microsoft has modified its Windows Analytics service for IT admins to report on machines’ Meltdown/Spectre protection status.
Take a break from combat and learn more about Ancient Egypt.
Telegram zero-day vulnerability allowed attackers to install backdoors and cryptocurrency mining clients on victims’ machines.
The deployment is still in beta, but customers of Google’s cloud computing service can now use the company’s dedicated AI processing hardware for their own machine learning developments.
Microsoft detailed its plan to work on blockchain technology with its partners to develop a global, open source, and interoperable decentralized identity system.
Bloody seems to be selling its new Libra optical switches as much as it is its new keyboards, although you can’t have one without the other anyway.
It seems Intel did, technically, ship 10nm parts in 2017. The existence of in-production dual-core Cannon Lake CPUs with and without integrated graphics has been confirmed by a publicly released Intel document.
Those with a low-end PC can play the game at 540p and 30 frames per second.
LG announced a new suite of AI technologies that will be available to both new and older smartphones. The new technologies will improve LG smartphones’ picture-taking capabilities, add smart object recognition, as well as new voice commands.
A remake of the original game is also in the works.
The driver specifically affects the performance of Radeon RX Vega 56 and RX 580 GPUs.