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  • VESA Announces the DisplayHDR v1.0 Specification

    VESA Announces the DisplayHDR v1.0 Specification

    The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) today announced it has defined the display industry's first fully open standard specifying high dynamic range (HDR) quality, including luminance, color gamut, bit depth and rise time, through the release of a test specification. The new VESA High-Performance Monitor and Display Compliance Test Specification (DisplayHDR) initially addresses the needs of laptop displays and PC desktop monitors that use liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.

    The...
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  • Six Intel Gemini Lake Processors Launched: Pentium Silver N5000 / J5005, and Celeron N4100, N4000, J4105 and J4005

    Most of us have been expecting Intel Gemini Lake processors for a while, many of the features are already known, but there were some delays, and Intel has now only officially launched Intel Gemini Lake family with 6 processors.

    The models include two Pentium Silver quad core processor with N5000 for mobile, J5005 for desktop, and four Celeron dual/quad core processors with N4000 & N4100 for mobile, and Celeron J4005 & J4105 for desktop.



    All processors
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  • Rambus Confirms HBM3 Memory To Double Memory Bandwidth To 4Gbps

    Rambus Confirms HBM3 Memory To Double Memory Bandwidth To 4Gbps

    Rambus Confirms HBM3 Memory To Double Memory Bandwidth To 4Gbps

    Rambus has stepped up and revealed some preliminary specifications for the DDR5 and HBM3 memory standards. HBM3 is the successor to HBM2 memory with DDR5 being the successor to DDR4, as if the names didnít give that fact away. These specs are still in their early stages and could change ahead of the official launch of memory using those specifications.


    Even though the specifications are being given out right
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  • Websites use your CPU to mine cryptocurrency even when you close your browser

    Websites use your CPU to mine cryptocurrency even when you close your browser

    Resource-draining code hides in pop-under windows that can remain open indefinitely.


    Researchers have discovered a new technique that lets hackers and unscrupulous websites perform in-browser, drive-by cryptomining even after a user has closed the window for the offending site.

    Over the past month or two, drive-by cryptomining has emerged as a way to generate the cryptocurrency known as Monero. Hackers harness the electricity and CPU resources of millions of unsuspecting people
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  • HDMI 2.1 Spec Officially Released With Support For 10K Video Resolution

    HDMI 2.1 Spec Officially Released With Support For 10K Video Resolution

    The HDMI 2.1 standard was officially announced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017). Today, the HDMI Forum has announced that it has officially released the specifications that will eventually be incorporated into next generation televisions and computing devices
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    Critically, the HDMI 2.1 spec is tasked with supporting "higher video resolutions and refresh rates" across the board. 8K resolutions will be supported at 60 fps, while
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  • Windows 10 Antivirus Test Won by Surprising Name

    Windows 10 Antivirus Test Won by Surprising Name

    German antivirus test lab AV-TEST published the results of a new research conducted in September and October 2017 on a total of 21 security products for Windows 10 Home, and this time the results come with a few surprises.

    Just like expected, Kaspersky Lab topped this round of tests with the maximum score, as it achieved 6 points out of a maximum test for protection, performance, and usability.

    But the more unexpected achievement comes from AhnLab, whose V3 Internet Security
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  • Amlogic S905X vs Rockchip RK3328 vs Allwinner H6 Processors Ė Benchmarks & Features Comparison (cnx)

    Rockchip, Amlogic and Allwinner are all battling for the lower and mid range segment of the TV box market, so it may be interesting to compare their solutions. We wonít look into the ultra low-end market with 32-bit ARM Cortex A7 processor, but instead compare some of the recent quad core 64-bit ARM Cortex A53 processor for 4K HDR TV box from the company with respectively Amlogic S905X, Rockchip RK3328, and Allwinner H6 SoCs.

    Weíll compare some of the benchmarks obtained with Android TV boxes,...
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  • Prologium Lithium Ceramic Solid State Batteries Donít Catch Fire, or Explode

    Prologium Lithium Ceramic Solid State Batteries Donít Catch Fire, or Explode

    You must have read articles or watch videos showing laptop or smartphone battery explode, and Lithium-ion batteries are considered hazardous enough that they are banned from airplane without the proper paper work. Such batteries can catch fire or even exploded when overcharged, or physically damaged. We have protection circuits for the former, and physical damage seldom happens, so in most cases the batteries are safe, and thatís why they are still used in laptops and phones.

    However,
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  • Zotac ZBOX PI 225 Windows 10 Home

    Zotac ZBOX PI 225 Windows 10 Home


     ZOTAC's 2.5-inch SSD size compact PC "ZBOX PI 225 Windows 10 Home" on November 6. Start selling from late November. Since the actual machine was sent from the editorial department, I would like to deliver a trial report.
    Surprising 2.5 inch SSD size


     In this series we have introduced stick type and ultra compact PC in palm size, but this time it is fanless PC of almost the same size as 2.5 inch SSD.

     The main specifications are as follows.
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  • Ares Kodi Project Calls it Quits After Hollywood Cease & Desist

    Ares Kodi Project Calls it Quits After Hollywood Cease & Desist

    The Ares Project, the group behind the hugely popular Ares Wizard and Kodi repository, has thrown in the towel. Like several other projects this week, Ares was threatened by the MPA-led anti-piracy coalition Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment. Speaking with TorrentFreak, its operator warns that those behind similar projects should exercise caution.


    This week has been particularly bad for those involved in the Kodi addon scene. Following cease-and-desist notices from the
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