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  • Researchers Who Found AMD CPU Flaws Explain Chaotic Disclosure

    Researchers Who Found AMD CPU Flaws Explain Chaotic Disclosure



    Ilia Luk-Zilberman, the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of CTS Labs, the company behind yesterday's disclosure of 13 vulnerabilities affecting AMD processors, has published an open letter today, explaining his company's controversial actions that managed to enrage a huge portion of the tech and security research communities.

    CTS Labs faced a massive backlash yesterday, on a scale rarely seen in the security industry, for the way it decided to approach the process of "vulnerability
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  • Android based Station OS Firmware Focuses on Multimedia and Retro Gaming for ROC-RK3328-CC and Firefly-RK3399 Boards

    If you’re interesting in gaming and multimedia, one choice is to run Linux based RetrOrangePi or RetroPie on your favorite development board/SBC, and soon, with the upcoming release of Kodi 18, multimedia and retro gaming will just be an app installation away in Android, and other supported operating systems, since RetroPlayer retro-gaming emulator is part of the latest – and yet-to-be-released – version of Kodi.

    In the meantime, if you own a ROC-RK3328-CC and/or Firefly-RK3399 board(s),
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  • so it begins Oreo on the Mini M8S II (WIP)

    so it begins Oreo on the Mini M8S II (WIP)

    Thanks to the work of lewy20041 work in progress for Oreo on the Mini M8S II

    03-13-2018, 00:02
    Android Oreo For Mini M8S II





    What is working:
    - WiFi
    - Ethernet
    - Bluetooth
    - USB
    - Playstore
    - Etc.

    Whats not working:
    - Blue led is powered off after bootloader starts kernel (minor issue, will fix in future)

    Whats new:
    - New bootloader compiled from source
    *selinux permisive
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  • Intel Hades Canon NUC Core i7 And Radeon RX Vega M Benchmarks Leak, 1080p Ultra Playable

    Intel Hades Canon NUC Core i7 And Radeon RX Vega M Benchmarks Leak, 1080p Ultra Playable



    Intel first announced its Hades Canon NUC back at CES, and it packs quite a lot of power into a pint-sized package. While Intel NUCs don't generally get as much attention as they deserve, Hades Canyon is partially special given that it is powered by Intel's latest 8th generation Kaby Lake-G processors with on-package Radeon RX Vega M GPUs.

    Korean hardware site Playwares has posted the first benchmarks of Hades Canyon, which in this case is powered by a Core i7-8809G processor.
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  • NVIDIA Shield vs Fire TV Pendant: Which is right for you?

    NVIDIA Shield vs Fire TV Pendant: Which is right for you?


    Source:http://androidpcreview.com

    I’ve got three TV’s in my house and they’ve all got either an NVIDIA Shield TV or an Amazon Fire TV Pendant hooked up to it.

    Two of them have NVIDIA Shield TV’s (2015 and 2017 models) and the third is connected to a 3rd generation Fire TV – now just called the Fire TV Pendant.

    Hands down, these are my two favourite streaming devices.

    So between the NVIDIA Shield vs Fire TV…which is better?

    That’s
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  • Android P Developer Preview Released with Indoor Positioning, Display Notch Support, HDR VP9 Video, and More

    Google has just announced the release of the first developer preview for Android P mobile operating system, as the company is looking for feedback from developers who can use the official Android emulator, as well as images for Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2XL devices for testing



    Google will take into account comments from developers before finalizing the APIs and features. That won’t be the only preview however, as the company plans to release other developer previews
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  • Marvell cooks up 400* Gbps Ethernet chips

    Marvell cooks up 400* Gbps Ethernet chips

    This stuff will make top-of-rack switches sizzle in 2019

    Marvell Semiconductor is off and running with 802.3cd-compliant chips, and reckons it's the first sand-baker to ship to the standard.

    The IEEE's 802.3cd standard defines the physical ports for current and future high-speed Ethernet interfaces – the 50 Gbps, 200 Gbps and 400 Gbps rates expected over time to replace 25 Gbps and 100 Gbps.

    Marvell's Alaska C 88X7120 transceivers, sampling now, support 16 50 Gbps
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  • Over 40 Android Phone Models Ship Infected with Trojan

    Over 40 Android Phone Models Ship Infected with Trojan

    If you want to buy a cheap Android phones, one way is to go to some Chinese e-retailers and purchase the phone that matches your requirements. Most phones will work reasonably well, but one thing that’s common to most/all Chinese manufacturers is lack of firmware updates and concerns for security. So you may only get 2 or 3 firmware update during the lifetime of your phone, if any, and usually the Android security patch is rather old.

    But Dr.Web discovered several Android smartphone
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  • GIGABYTE GB-BRI5-8250 AND GB-BRI7-8550 MINIPC SAUCE KABY LAKE-R

    GIGABYTE GB-BRI5-8250 AND GB-BRI7-8550 MINIPC SAUCE KABY LAKE-R

    New MiniPC GB-BRi7-8550 and GB-BRi5-8250, the Gigabyte manufacturer integrates Intel Kaby Lake-R chips into small, high performance chassis taking advantage of their low TDP. An interesting step in the life of these machines as Intel seems to want to skip this option.


    The Gigabyte GB-BRi5-8250 and Gigabyte GB-BRi7-8550 respectively ship chips Intel Core i5-8250U and i7-8550U but instead of integrating them with portable solutions, the brand attaches them to its Brix range of
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  • The HDMI 2.1 low-down: Don't dump your legacy cables

    The HDMI 2.1 low-down: Don't dump your legacy cables

    If you have quality HDMI cables, they'll likely pass muster for the new HDMI 2.1 standard, as might some of your gear.

    Part of living in a world of rapid technological change is reacting (or not) to evolutionary technologies and standards such as HDMI 2.1. At the gut level, every new spec says you’re now in imminent danger of being out of date, old-fashioned, un-hip, not with it, not running with the cool kids, obsolescent…. Really, I worry about such things.

    Will buying
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