Month: April 2018

OneNote desktop app end-of-lifed, replaced with Windows 10 UWP

While the main Office apps remain traditional desktop Windows applications, Microsoft has been developing a modern version of OneNote using the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) APIs for some years; it's arguably one of the more complex and capable UWP applications available today. In Office 2019 shipping …

Motorola Announces Moto g6 and e5

Today Motorola announced six new mid-range and low-end phones in the g6 and e5 series. The G series has been particularly popular in regions such as North America due to its excellent value proposition and being overall solid phones. The g6 promises to continue this trend …

Cray Adds AMD EPYC Processors to CS500 Cluster Supercomputers

Cray this week announced plans to offer AMD’s EPYC-based CS500 cluster supercomputers later this year. The Cray CS500 clusters will be based on ultra-dense 2-way servers each featuring up to 64 cores, various storage options, and high-speed network connectivity. In addition, Cray will offer 2U 2-way …

Motorola launches Moto G6 and Moto E5 families

Motorola has launched updated generations of its popular, and top selling mid- and entry level smartphone ranges, the new G6 and E5 series phones. You will find these are offered at MSRPs of between €299 at the top end, down to sub-€100. All the new smartphones …

Cryorig C7 Cu full copper heatsink cooler released

Cooling specialist Cryorig, which also sells a singular PC case design, has released a new heat sink and fan cooler aimed at Small Form Factor PC builds. The new product is called the Cryorig C7 Cu, where the ‘Cu’ suffix is taken from the periodic table …

FreeSync display support tested on Xbox One X

It's potentially a revolution in the console space - just as it has been for PC gamers. Variable refresh technology is a big win for improving the game experience, lessening judder and removing screen-tearing. It's a pretty simple concept really, levelling out performance by putting the …