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Researchers discovered new ways to trigger Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits, but existing software patches offer protection.
AMD has announced the world’s most powerful graphics on a desktop processor with the release of two Ryzen Desktop processors with built-in Radeon Vega graphics models.
Panasonic has announced a new addition to its popular Travel Zoom series in the form of the LUMIX DC-TZ220.
MSI has pushed out BIOS updates for X370/B350/A320 motherboards to support new AMD 2nd Generation Ryzen Desktop Processors.
Samsung Electronics Australia have expanded their range of The Frame TVs, with the addition of a 43-inch model to sit alongside its popular 55- and 65-inch offerings.
A week or so from the announcement that the company will be spinning off its home surveillance business, Netgear has introduced its next-gen Arlo Pro 2 to the Australian market.
Ultimate Ears has recently announced the WONDERBOOM Freestyle Collection, the latest line up to join the Ultimate Ears family of portable, waterproof, go-anywhere speakers.
EA's latest "On the House" offering is a repeat, with free copies of Dead Space up for grabs.
Intel's new drivers add a game optimization feature to take some of the headache out of playing on integrated graphics.
The heads of the FBI, CIA, and NSA warned U.S. customers from buying Huawei phones and said they would never consider buying one for themselves in testimony on Capitol Hill this week.
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