Category: Technology News

NVMe RAID Support Now Available on AMD Threadripper

When AMD launched Threadripper back in early August, it promised that support for some features, like NVMe RAID, would arrive at a later time. As of now, drivers to...

Discovery of Gravitational Waves Wins 3 US Scientists Nobel Prize

In 1916, the famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein postulated certain events in the universe would produce gravitational waves. The detection of such waves would...

Tesla’s Having Trouble With Model 3 Production

Tesla announced its quarterly production numbers yesterday and the news is mixed. First, the company managed to increase production of its Model S and Model X vehicles...

Apple Confirms Reports of iPhone 8s Splitting Open While Charging

The iPhone 8 has been out for barely a week, but we’re already seeing a pair of odd reports about the device, in two cases–one in Japan, and one in Taiwan. In one...

2018 Honda Accord Review: Way Better, and Honda Even Fixed Display Audio

Honda has improved the 10th-generation Accord to make it the class of the midsize-sedan world. The sleeker, lower 2018 Honda Accord goes with four-cylinder turbocharged...

Marseille’s HDMI Cable Does the Impossible: It Improves Graphics Quality

If there’s one thing I’ve learned about cable quality in my years in IT, it’s this: Some cables are definitely better than others, but premium cables are almost...

There Might Be More Water Ice on Mars Than We Thought

We once thought of Mars as a dried up husk of a planet with no significant water resources on its surface. After further study, scientists have discovered the Red Planet...

Why Are Game Installation Sizes Still Increasing?

In 1989, the first Sierra game I ever played, Space Quest III, shipped on six 5.25-inch double-density, double-sided floppy disks. A hard drive was optional, though...

AMD’s Vega Battles Nvidia for the Pole Position in Forza Motorsport 7

AMD’s Vega architecture launched in August with the Vega 64 and Vega 56, but while these GPUs put AMD back on the board with higher-end architectures, they weren’t...

Building a NASA-Themed Mechanical Keyboard

My obsession with custom mechanical keyboards is well-established at this point. I don’t technically need more keyboards. So, if I’m going to add to my collection, I...