NEC EA245WMi 24-inch 16:10 IPS Monitor Review

By | February 25, 2017

In the land of cubicles, 24″ monitors are probably among the most common panels gracing the average desktop. They have enough pixel density, even at FHD resolution, to provide a sharp image capable of resolving fine detail and small fonts. And IPS panels in this form factor don’t cost an arm and a leg. At… Read More »

CloudFlare Bug Put Sensitive Data At Risk

By | February 25, 2017

Cloudflare revealed that a memory leak in its parser made sensitive information, such as HTTP cookies or authentication tokens, publicly available. Some of this private data was cached by search engines (Google, Yahoo, Bing, and others), but all have reportedly purged the info from their services. Cloudflare provides a number of services, ranging from distributed… Read More »

FSP's CMT210: An Entry-Level Case For The Entry-Level DIYer

By | February 25, 2017

It’s not every day that you see FSP building a chassis, but today it announced one: the CMT210. This isn’t a particularly groundbreaking chassis in one department or another, instead offering a straight-forward and well-rounded chassis that should work for many–without a 5.25” drive you can consider it a modern-day entry-level DIY case with a… Read More »

Colorful Launches 'Advanced' GTX 1080 With 150MHz Overclock

By | February 25, 2017

Colorful revealed its latest and greatest GTX 1080 model, the iGameGTX1080 X-TOP 8G Advanced. The X-TOP 8G Advanced card packs 150MHz factory overclock and a five-heat pipe cooling system. The card comes the factory with a 1,759MHz base clock, which is 152MHz faster than Nvidia’s Founders Edition GTX 1080. Colorful rated the boost clock at… Read More »

Manus VR Development Kit Will Go On Sale In March

By | February 24, 2017

Manus VR announced that its Development Kit will debut for 1,000 EUR on March 1. This will give devs the chance to experiment with the company’s gloves, which offer ​full finger tracking, thumb tracking, haptic feedback, and other features that are supposed to make VR experiences more immersive. Manus VR said the dev kits are… Read More »

Ignore That Fishy Email From Razer

By | February 24, 2017

Consider this a PSA: Razer issued a press release warning that it’s been the victim of scammers, and malicious emails that seem to be from the company are circulating. Specifically, it targets streamers, purporting to offer a free sponsorship. The warning reads in part: A fake email offering a free streamer sponsorship from Razer hit… Read More »

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15042

By | February 24, 2017

Microsoft announced that a new build is available for members of the Windows Insiders program. Build 15042 is primarily focused on bug fixes, but it also includes updates to the Microsoft Edge browser, its e-book reading experience, and a couple of new animations for the Cortana virtual assistant. Perhaps the most important update is one… Read More »

New tech support scam borrows ransomware tricks

By | February 24, 2017

Getting the TeamViewer window up was as far as MalwareBytes could get the remote tech to go without paying. The going rate for entering the unlock code is $250. I suppose that’s a bargain compared with a lot of ransomware attacks that ask several times more to decrypt your files. MalwareBytes also reports it may… Read More »