Mad Catz to Sell off their Tritton Gaming Audio Brand

Mad Catz to Sell off their Tritton Gaming Audio Brand

Mad Catz Global Limited, the new owners of the legendary hardware brand, today announced that it has sold its TRITTON gaming audio brand, to Silkysea International Limited, a company based in California, USA. The assets sold by Mad Catz Global Limited includes specified trademarks valid in the USA, China, Hong...

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EK announcing the Annihilator EX/EP server grade CPU block for Square ILM

EK announcing the Annihilator EX/EP server grade CPU block for Square ILM

EK is announcing a dedicated EK-Annihilator EX/EP Square water block that is specifically developed for LGA 3647 (Socket P) Intel processors. The entire CPU block was designed to fit the requirements of the new socket and to integrate multiple connectivity options for server racks. With that said, the new server-grade CPU block...

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Synaptics, AMD Collaborate on Next-Generation Microsoft Operating System

Synaptics, AMD Collaborate on Next-Generation Microsoft Operating System

Synaptics together with AMD, today announced a joint initiative centered on delivering a new industry benchmark in highly-secure biometric fingerprint authentication for enterprise/commercial and consumer notebook PCs based on next-generation AMD Ryzen Mobile platform and Microsoft’s next-generation operating system. The collaboration brings a new level of security for AMD-based laptops by leveraging...

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Worldwide PC Shipments Grew For the First Time in Six Years in Q2 of 2018

Worldwide PC Shipments Grew For the First Time in Six Years in Q2 of 2018

Worldwide PC shipments totaled 62.1 million units in the second quarter of 2018, a 1.4 percent increase from the second quarter of 2017, according to preliminary results by Gartner, Inc. This is the first quarter of year-over-year global PC shipment growth since the first quarter of 2012. All regions experienced...

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Microsoft advocates regulation for facial recognition

Microsoft advocates regulation for facial recognition

Microsoft calls on the governments to regulate facial recognition to prevent misuse of the technology. Microsoft chief lawyer Brad Smith says Friday that face recognition technology causes problems affecting fundamental human rights, such as privacy and freedom of expression. According to Smith, the US government is going to regulate the...

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Chrome version 67 Add on Site Isolation as standard for protection against Spectre

Chrome version 67 Add on Site Isolation as standard for protection against Spectre

Ever since the Intel processor vulnerabilities got exposed, Google has been working hard to to protect the Chrome browser against security vulnerabilities. The company now achieved a final solution, by implementing a function called Site Isolation. — Google — Speculative execution side-channel attacks like Spectre are a newly discovered security risk for web browsers....

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