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  • Amlogic 2018 Roadmap Reveals S905X2, S905C, and S922 Processors

    Amlogic 2018 Roadmap Reveals S905X2, S905C, and S922 Processors

    I’ve been asked what’s next for Amlogic a few times recently, and today I received an Amlogic 2017/2018 roadmap dated Q3 2017 that shows three new processors beside Amlogic S805X, which has yet to be launched into products: Amlogic S905C, S905X2 and S922. So let’s have a look at the three new processors.

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    Amlogic S905C specifications:
    • CPU – Quad core ARM Cortex A53 processor
    • GPU- ARM Mali-450MP2
    • System Memory – Up to 3GB DDR3/3L, LPDDR2/3 memory[
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  • Wi-Fi Alliance announces WPA3

    Wi-Fi Alliance announces WPA3

    The Wi-Fi Alliance announced the WPA3 standard officially on Monday. The new wireless network security standard will replace WPA2 eventually.

    WPA2, which stands for Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, is the current security standard for wireless networks.

    Practically any device — smartphones, routers, laptops, IoT devices — with wireless connectivity supports the nearly 2-decade old standard. Security researchers discovered a vulnerability in WPA in October 2017. KRACK, Key Reinstallation
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  • Gemini is a tiny Android laptop with the spirit of Psion

    Gemini is a tiny Android laptop with the spirit of Psion

    The Gemini is a clamshell Android device with an 18:9 ultrawide 1080p screen and a compact but more-or-less full physical keyboard. It runs on a 10-core MediaTek Helio X27 processor and has 4GB of RAM, a 4,220mAh battery, and two USB-C ports. It’s 15.1mm thick when closed and weighs 308g. There are both Wi-Fi-only and LTE-capable models. The software is pretty much stock Android with a useful customized dock that can be brought up anywhere, and you can also dual-boot into Linux for more customi...
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  • Rockchip introduces RK3399Pro processor optimized for AI

    Rockchip introduces RK3399Pro processor optimized for AI

    Rockchip is the latest chip maker to jump on the artificial intelligence bandwagon. The company is introducing an updated version of its RK3399 processor at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, and the key new feature is a new Neural Network Processing Unit, or NPU.

    The company says the new RK3399Pro processor offers up to 2.4 TOPs of performance.



    The original RK3399 which was first unveiled in early 2016, but it didn’t really become widely available until
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  • Meet Intel 8th Gen Core G-Series with Radeon RX Vega GPU

    Meet Intel 8th Gen Core G-Series with Radeon RX Vega GPU

    Intel Coffee Lake
    Yesterday we shared the content of this presentation, today we are sharing the actual slides.













    Source:
    https://videocardz.com/74640/intel-8...ntation-leaked...
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    Last edited by trebor; 01-07-2018, 13:19.

  • Meet the Intel Radeon NUCs

    Meet the Intel Radeon NUCs

    1.07.2018


    In an unprecedented move, Intel's upcoming gaming NUCs will be rocking Radeon graphics. The NUC8i7HNK (65W TDP) features the quad-core i7-8705G (3.1GHz up to 4.1GHz) and Radeon RX Vega M GL graphics, while the VR-capable NUC8i7HVK (100W TDP) features the i7-8809G (3.1GHz up to 4.2GHz) and Radeon RX Vega M GH graphics. Although possible, cooling these beasts passively will require a tremendous amount of copper and aluminum.

    Source:
    http://www.fanlesstech.com/...
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  • Facts about The New Security Research Findings and Intel Products (Intel)

    Facts about The New Security Research Findings and Intel Products (Intel)

    Overview

    On January 3, 2018 a team of security researchers disclosed several software analysis methods that, when used for malicious purposes, have the potential to improperly gather sensitive data from many types of computing devices with many different vendors’ processors and operating systems.

    Intel is committed to product and customer security and to responsible disclosure. We worked closely with many other technology companies, including AMD, ARM Holdings and several operating
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  • Companies Address Concerns related to Speculative Execution Exploits: Meltdown and Spectre (CNX)

    Yesterday, news surfaced about a "bug" in Intel processors that could be fixed at the operating system level at the cost of a decrease in performance for some tasks, from a typical, and barely noticeable 5% hit, to a more consequent 30% hit for some specific tasks, and as we discussed yesterday I/O intensive tasks are the most impacted by the changes.

    While Intel (and Arm) are impacted, AMD claims not to be, and the issue was reported by major news outlets and likely impacting
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  • A major kernel vulnerability is going to slow down all Intel processors

    A major kernel vulnerability is going to slow down all Intel processors

    A significant vulnerability has been discovered in all Intel processor chips and it’s going to have a huge impact going forward.
    The Register first noticed this major design flaw in Linux kernel patch notes.
    All operating systems will have to be updated (Linux distributions, Windows, macOS…).

    And the worst part is that this patch is going to affect your computer performance. Based on a few benchmarks,
    The Register thinks computers running Intel chips are going to be
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    Last edited by trebor; 01-03-2018, 19:22.

  • Mecool KII Pro Set-Top-Box Upgraded to Amlogic S905D Processor, Android 7.1.2

    Mecool KII Pro Set-Top-Box Upgraded to Amlogic S905D Processor, Android 7.1.2

    VideoStrong is making some of the most popular – at least on this website – Android set-box boxes with digital TV tuner on the market with products like Mecool KIII Pro, or KI Pro, mostly because of their affordability. Software may be hit or miss depending on your local requirement (e.g. AC3 on DVB-T2, language encoding issues, etc..), so there’s fairly large number of users and some community tools or firmware such as DVB Channel Editor or Vitmos OS that may make them better devices.
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