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Quick Start for Amazon Aurora launched by AWS AppSync

AWS AppSync has today launched a new quick-start feature which walks the user through connecting AppSync to their Amazon Aurora…

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SteamPlay May Soon Allow Games to be Installed on Unsupported Operating Systems, Particularly Linux

An observant Reddit user recently noticed that one of the latest commits for the Steam Database on GitHub contains a…

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New round of 64-bit ARM Patches Merged into Linux 4.19 Kernel, Includes GCC Stackleak Plugin Support

A new round of changes for 64-bit ARM architecture (ARM64/AArch64) were just loaded into the Linux 4.19 kernel merge window,…

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Dell Will Not Use AMD Ryzen Chips In Upcoming High-end Laptops

AMD Ryzen CPUs have become very popular indeed and that is because of the value that they bring to the…

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Chrome 68 Can Now Generate Integrated Notifications From The Windows Action Centre

 68Even for Windows users Chrome is the go to browser nowadays. Although Microsoft has been catching up with the redesigned…

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ACPI and Power Management Updates Merged into Linux 4.19

ACPI and power management updates are never ending work, and today Intel’s Rafael Wysocki has submitted some note worthy updates…

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Thatcher and Twitch Nerfed in Rainbow Six Siege’s Grim Sky Update

Rainbow Six Siege’s upcoming Operation Grim Sky is just around the corner. Ubisoft has begun teasing the upcoming content starting…

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Linux 4.19 Kernel to Receive a Ton of Audio Hardware Updates for Improved Linux Sound Capabilities

Linux audiophiles may have something to rejoice about, as a recent pull request from SUSE’s Takashi Iwai focuses on a…

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Linux 4.19 Git Contains a lot of Performance Impacting Spectre Mitigation Updates

Another round of commits regarding anti-Spectre security have landed up in the Linux 4.19 kernel git tree, which may have…

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Patrick Stewart to Narrate Side Scrolling Puzzle Game My Memory of Us

Developer Juggler Games and publisher IMGN.PRO announced that their latest title, My Memory of Us, will be launching on October…

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Synthetic UI Interactions on MacOS could generate Single Clicks for Privilege Escalation and Whole System Compromise

Defcon was held in Las Vegas last week. At the event, a speaker, Patrick Wardle, Chief Research Officer of Digita…

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday 17134.228 Enhances Battery Performance and Mitigates L1TF Vulnerability

Microsoft has just come out with its own “Patch Tuesday” update for its Windows 10 operating system. Users on the…

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Adobe’s August Patch fixes 11 Flaws in Flash Player and Acrobat DC + Reader

Following Adobe’s fix of a grand 112 vulnerabilities in its July product range patch, the company has just released its…

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Google’s New Chromebook Might Come With A Snapdragon 845 And A Detachable 2K Display

It’s been sometime since we saw a Chromebook from Google. Although the Chromebook series didn’t do well with consumers, Google…

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Qualcomms Snapdragon 850 25% Faster Than Snapdragon 845 In Single Core Tests

Snapdragon 845 is a very powerful chipset and has been the top choice for high end phones this year. One…

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Black Desert: Remastered Updates Visuals and Audio, Releases August 23rd

Black Desert Online is a sandbox style massive multiplayer online role playing game by Korean developer Pearl Abyss. The game…

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Rainbow Six Siege’s First Shield Defender is Clash

With the Paris Major for Rainbow Six Siege underway, we are slowly approaching the upcoming season titled Grim Sky. As…

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DaVinci Resolve 15 Released for RedHat Enterprise and CentOS Systems

Video editing on Linux platform just got a whole lot easier, as Blackmagic Design just released their long-awaited DaVinci Resolve…

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Blender 2.8 Alpha 2 Just Released, but Full Release Pushed to Early 2019

The free and open-source Blender 3D modeling software, a popular alternative to more expensive suites like Maya LT and 3DS…

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HP and Samsung Release Windows 10 Compatibility Update for their Multi-printers’ Easy Document Creator Software

As stories emerge of HP’s printer range vulnerabilities, it comes as some good news that HP (and Samsung) have patched…

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Vulnerability in Java VM Component of Oracle Database allows for Whole System Compromise

Oracle has sent out a severe grade warning to all of its users to instantly update their systems to the…

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HP Fax Protocol Flaw Exposes Whole Enterprise Network to Exploit

Check Point has discovered a new vulnerability in HP’s range of office fax machines that allow hackers to exploit a…

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Monster Hunter: World Running Above 30 FPS On The AMD Ryzen 5 2400G With Vega 11Graphics

Monster Hunter: World has sold more than 2 million copies on PC and that is a huge number keeping in…

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AMD Semiconductor Deal With Tesla based On Vega 20 Architecture

AMD is everywhere and it is not shying away from marketing that information. The current generation consoles are powered by AMD,…

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Intel Will Launch X599 Chipset For Its 28-core Processors

At Computex 2018 we saw the 28-core processor and what it had to offer. Intel claimed that the CPU was running…

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