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Samsung Galaxy Note8 review
Asus Zenfone V is official: 5.2" FullHD display, 23MP camera, Snapdragon 820
Deal: Grab a 128GB Google Pixel for just $609.99, 128GB Pixel XL for only $649.99
Essential Phone gets certified, will now work on Verizon's network
iPhone X's A11 crushes top Android competition in Geekbench
Lenovo launches four new Android tablets
Essential Phone will get a clip-on headphone jack
LG V30 review
asked in previous thread, but only got one reply.
currently looking at honor 6x, and blu vivo 8 (got told to avoid blu)
also looking at honor 8, and le pro 3.
any other suggestions? also any expected budget phones to be released soon that it would be worth waiting for?
actually I'm pretty curious right now;
how secure is configured VM with linux/patched and modded windows vista/7/8/10 [which is better for that?] on windows host with configured firewall [only] and hidden ports?
anyone bothered to use that configuration for online work?
This, my friends, is a tech cringe thread
Anyone knows what the fuck this is about?
No poorfags allowed in here.
Let us show /g/ how many users here use iPhones!
*tries to figure out how to take a photo of his phone*
Can too much torque on CPU coolers cause ram problems?
The internet seems to think it can cause issues such as just a few memory slots working properly.
So ive wanted to do this for awhile but I want to take a relatively decent android phone with a phusical keyboard and rape it with Linux as a main OS. Does anyone have any clue what would work the best?
literally /our company/
Do you still use powerpoint to make presentation? Is there an alternative for the cookie cutter corporate uninspired globware.
>One of the many things that leaked before the iPhone X event this week was the A11 Bionic’s impressive performance. We already knew we were looking at a six-core 10nm chip going into Apple’s press conference, because the first Geekbench scores were already spotted. Those numbers were far beyond our wildest dreams, showing performance gains unseen in any other smartphone. Those scores appear to be the real deal, which means the iPhone X’s brand new chip is now more powerful that the Intel chips powering some of Apple’s 2017 MacBook Pros.
>Geekbench 4 single-core tests average around 4169, while multi-core have a 9836 average. But they can go up to 4274 and 10438, as found by MacRumors. That’s much better than the 10.5-inch iPad Pro (3887 and 9210 average scores), which isn’t surprising, considering that the 2017 iPads have A10X chips inside.
>The highest-end dual-core 13-inch MacBook Pro scores 4592 and 9602 in Geekbench 4 tests. That means the iPhone X is slower in single-core tasks but speedier in multi-core tasks.
>Sure, that doesn’t mean the A11 Bionic can do all the things a desktop CPU does. But, think about the numbers for a second. When has a mobile chip been able to match a desktop processor in raw benchmarks? What other smartphones can offer similar performance? Even with cheating enabled, no Android device can really touch these numbers, and it’ll be interesting to see whether Qualcomm’s next processor can get anywhere close to that.
>The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are also powered by the same A11 Bionic chipset.
Netzpolitik.org (a german news blog focused on politics surrounding the
digital world) today released a leak of internal emails and documents of the
Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND, german intelligence service). The BND has it's
own working group deticated to deanonymizing Tor users since 2008 and
cooperates with the NSA and the GCHQ. All three agencies run their own exit
nodes. The BND warned other german authorities not to use Tor as it's
anonymization is allegedly ineffective.
The BND developed a technique to deanonymize Tor users and gave a prototype of
it to the NSA, in expectation of compensation.
post your uptime anon, no fakes, i think im going to collapse
>runs a tech YouTube channel without internet in his apartment for two years
Would this be good for a home server, /g/?
How would you feel if they brought back MSN Messenger?