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Bhanu Jamwal

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Living in Aldine, TX, he writes about Mac, iOS, Android and IT Hardware. Apart from writing on The Next Digit, he is also an expert in providing valuable seminars on IT Peripherals and IT Security. All posts by Bhanu

AMD Starts Shipping 7th-gen A-Series Processors for Desktops

AMD Starts Shipping 7th-gen A-Series Processors for Desktops

AMD starts shipping 7th-gen A-Series processors for desktops, announced the company on Monday. The chip manufacturer has already sent off its A-series processors in HP and Lenovo PCs.  The new central processing units are based on the Bristol Ridge APUs. Bristol Ridge will top its Intel equivalent by as much as 99 percent. And compared with the Carrizo APU, the ...

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Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube – Your New Gaming Buddy

Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube – Your New Gaming Buddy

Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube has just been rolled out and it’s looking smashing. Windows announced the Windows 10 desktop PC on August 16. The PC is specially built for gaming and virtual reality. Mollie Ruiz-Hopper, Editor-in-Chief at Windows Blog says that the latest addition to their gaming “family” will “give you top-of-the-line performance virtually anywhere”. Have you ever experienced problems ...

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No More Hangouts on Air, Google Announces

No More Hangouts on Air, Google Announces

No more Hangouts on Air, Google says. The live-streaming service is being replaced by YouTube Live. Hangouts on Air will be moved from Google+ on September 12. Google has announced the recent move on the YouTube support page. The company warns users that, starting September 12, they will have to schedule their new Hangouts on Air using YouTube Live. All ...

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Google’s Open YOLO – How You’ll Log in Once on Android

Google’s Open YOLO – How You’ll Log in Once on Android

Google’s Open YOLO project is a new technology coming from Google and Dashlane. The new open source system aims to provide a secure connection between apps and password managers. In simpler terms, users can log into their apps just once, forgetting the stress of having to retype their credentials each time. Dashlane proudly announced the new partnership with Google on ...

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Reported LastPass Security Flaws Put Us at Risk

Reported LastPass Security Flaws Put Us at Risk

LastPass security flaws have recently been disclosed, and users are rightfully concerned. The service is a widely used password manager, and up until now, there were no reasons for concern. However, a security researcher has revealed that LastPass has weak spots that make it a target for hackers. The LastPass security flaws have been pointed out by Tavis Ormandy, a ...

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Amazon Will Test Drone Delivery in the UK

Amazon Will Test Drone Delivery in the UK

Drone delivery might just be the next great thing out there. Amazon has recently announced it has entered a partnership with the UK government to allow drones to make deliveries of small packages. Customers should benefit greatly from the new concept. The biggest online retailer in the world will begin exploring drone delivery and hopes to start using the technology ...

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HP Reveals more Info on Elite X3

HP Reveals more Info on Elite X3

HP is about to launch the new Elite X3, and its specs are quite impressive. The company has recently announced the shipping date for the new smartphone, as well as the price. Spoiler alert – it’s quite expensive. The 3-in-1 device will begin shipping as soon as August 29th, and if you plan on buying it, dig deep into your ...

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Nvidia Rolls Out Its First Video Game – VR Funhouse

Nvidia Rolls Out Its First Video Game

Nvidia rolls out its first video game, named VR Funhouse. The California-based technology company which up until now only designed graphics processing units for gaming announced the launching of a game of their own on Thursday – and it’s a VR. VR Funhouse, as it is called, promises to deliver a VR experience like you have never seen before. The ...

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Lenovo Users Are Exposed to Security Risks Once More

Lenovo Users Are Exposed to Security Risks

Lenovo users are exposed to security risks once more. The company has confirmed the existence of critical vulnerability in the unified extensible firmware interface (UEFI) of its ThinkPad PCs. Lenovo is now investigating the problem and hopes to come up with a solution to the problem that may affect other manufacturers as well. The unified extensible firmware interface, or UEFI, ...

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