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Notebooks

Manufacturers discontinue touchscreen notebooks (0)

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Ever since Windows 8 ahs been providing a decent touch operation, many notebooks have been offered with a touchscreen, some even exclusively. But according to the industry news service DigiTimes, the demand for such laptops is so low that manufacturers will stop developing their notebooks with touchscreens. DigiTimes say they received information by... [more]

Mobile Phones

The OnePlus One 2 may be smaller (0)

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With the One (see our test review), OnePlus have released a smartphone with a high-quality equipment, but customers are still fighting with its availability weeks after the publication. Nevertheless, the manufacturer apparently is already thinking about by the successor. The OnePlus One 2 should be released in the second or third quarter of 2015, according... [more]

Operating Systems

Apple release OS X Bash update to fix 'Shellshock' security leak (0)

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Last past week a vulnerability called "Shellshock" appeared, which has said to be even more dangerous than "Heartbleed". Apparently, however, the dangers were not quite that big, since news messages subsided again. Nevertheless, there is a concrete danger for UNIX systems stemming from a bash command line which should definately be corrected. Apple just... [more]

VGACards

EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Classified with Boost clock of 1.405 MHz (0)

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Most board partners have already presented their custom designs of the GeForce GTX 980, including EVGA with their OC versions. The highlight could once again be the GeForce GTX 980 Classified, though the company did not make no reference to its specs, apart from the cooling. But they at least published the clock speeds: on paper, will will be the fastest... [more]

Drivers

AMD published Catalyst 14.9 (0)

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AMD released Catalyst 14.9, only the second driver with WHQL Certificate this year. In addition to supporting all graphics cards published this year, it implements performance improvements, enhanced features in the driver and bug fixes. The changelog of AMD lists the performance improvements. Depending on the game, the selected resolution and the quality... [more]

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Manufacturers discontinue touchscreen notebooks (0)

hardwareluxx news newEver since Windows 8 ahs been providing a decent touch operation, many notebooks have been offered with a touchscreen, some even exclusively. But according to the industry news service DigiTimes, the demand for such... [more]

The OnePlus One 2 may be smaller (0)

oneplusWith the One (see our test review), OnePlus have released a smartphone with a high-quality equipment, but customers are still fighting with... [more]

Apple release OS X Bash update to fix 'Shellshock' security leak (0)

apple logoLast past week a vulnerability called "Shellshock" appeared, which has said to be even more dangerous than "Heartbleed". Apparently, however, the dangers were not quite that big, since news messages subsided again. Nevertheless, there is a concrete... [more]