Bitdefender Found Critical Vulnerabilities In IoT Cameras

Bitdefender Found Critical Vulnerabilities In IoT Cameras

Bitdefender announced that it discovered critical vulnerabilities in an unidentified manufacturer’s Internet of Things (IoT) cameras that could threaten the privacy of their owners and enable distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. The security company identified three key problems with the cameras: They do not require people to change their default passwords They send network […]

Google Home

Google Home

  Google Home is a great way to show off just how smart Google is, but it doesn’t feel like an essential experience yet. That’s mainly because it lags behind the Echo in terms of support for third-party services. That makes Echo a smarter buy if you want to control smarthome devices — but Home […]

MyDigitalSSD BPX under the magnifying glass

MyDigitalSSD BPX under the magnifying glass

Chris Ramseyer put the MyDigitalSSD BPX under the magnifying glass, literally, and tested the value-centric NVMe SSD against other leading NVMe SSDs. Chris bestowed the Editor’s Choice Award upon the BPX, which is a rare occurrence indeed. Head over to the review to see what all the enthusiasm is about.

Microsoft releases Surface Studio

Microsoft releases Surface Studio

Microsoft released a rash of new products, including its Surface Book i7 and Surface Studio, with Intel Skylake CPUs and Nvidia Maxwell GPUs. The development is interesting because Intel’s Kaby Lake and Nvidia’s Pascal GPUs could have also made their way into the new platform. Microsoft chose to stay with the previous-gen solutions, but still […]

Apple releases Macbook Pro with Skylake CPUs.

Apple releases Macbook Pro with Skylake CPUs.

Apple also got in on the previous-gen action and released its MacBook Pro with Skylake CPUs. At least Apple brought Polaris Radeon Pro and SSDs to bear along with its normal mind-bending pricing model. The latest Macbook’s claim to fame (well, the most notable, considering it’s using somewhat old tech) is its Touchbar, which may […]

Intel released its new data center SSD

Intel released its new data center SSD

Speaking of the death of the HDD, Intel released its new DC P3100 data center SSD series with 3D TLC NAND, which sets the benchmark for the lowest sequential performance on the market. The DC P3100 has slower sequential speed than most HDDs (and even some USB sticks). However, Intel didn’t design the little SSDs […]

Is Apple Gearing Up To Challenge Intel’s Desktop CPUs?

Is Apple Gearing Up To Challenge Intel’s Desktop CPUs?

There has been rampant industry speculation lately that Apple is gearing up to replace Intel’s desktop CPUs with its own proprietary chips, which would certainly fit well in the company’s vertically integrated strategy, and it appears that it has built ARM compatibility in its macOS. Is Apple Gearing Up To Take On Intel’s CPUs? Apple’s […]

Seagate released its last 15k HDD

Seagate released its last 15k HDD

  SSDs have scored their first kill in the HDD wars, as Seagate released its last 15K HDD, and we suspect that 10K HDDs are next up on the chopping block. Industry pundits have been declaring that SSDs will kill the HDD for some time now, but that isn’t entirely true for all applications. HDDs […]

Zotac threw itself a 10-year birthday party

Zotac threw itself a 10-year birthday party

Zotac threw itself a 10-year birthday party, and the bonanza included a special-edition Sonix PCIe SSD with a pimped-out shroud, a diminutive Mini PC, a special-edition water cooled GPU, and an upgraded VR Go backpack that wields a GTX 1070 for your VR pleasure. Zotac was too busy blowing out its candles to provide pricing, […]