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Rowhammer attack exploits shrinking process size in DRAM
A couple weeks ago, Google's Project Zero team demonstrated a very clever exploit of modern DDR3 memory. Their inspiration came from a research paper,
The desktop PC needs a makeover
My PC is too big. Much too big. I'd always vaguely suspected it,...
Breaking the broken
Last week, Apple updated its iBooks app for all iOS devices. The world, even the book nerd world, did not break out into flash mobs...
Ignorance, legislative stupidity, and the French three-strikes piracy bill
Yesterday, French MPs approved a portion of a new copyright bill that would...
Kitchen PC hushed
When I set out to build a new family PC, it needed to be small, attractive and quiet. No need for anything crazy like Mini-ITX,...
|Building a custom Xbox Adaptive Controller peripheral, part three||0|
|Rumor: Nvidia readies up GDDR5X-equipped GeForce GTX 1060||19|
|Gigabyte's Z390 Aorus Extreme has everything and two sinks||4|
|Intel's Core i9-9900K CPU reviewed||181|
|Chocolate Cupcake Day Shortbread||14|
|Thursday deals: a Samsung 970 EVO 500-GB SSD for $133 and more||9|
|HyperX's Savage Exo 480-GB external SSD reviewed||7|
|Samsung takes EUV lithography into production for its 7-nm LPP node||30|
|Crucial P1 solid-state drives bring NVMe closer to Joe Sixpack||41|
|I always feel like such an idiot when a new CPU review comes out. Edit: Also, Jeff's photo is completely amazing, but I couldn't help myself and had t...||+28|