Huawei will no longer allow bootloader unlocking

Huawei and Honor will stop providing unlock codes completely. All phones sold after today, May 24, won’t have unlockable bootloaders. All phones sold before that date will have 60 days before unlocking won’t be supported. This information comes from a tweeted screenshot of a Huawei message. Why they stopped supporting unlocking the bootloader? In order... Continue Reading →

Nvidia’s Turing based GTX 1180 Founders Edition set for July?

Ever since the GTX 1180 rumour mill whirred to life earlier this year and started churning through the daily grind of rumour and speculation, the release date for Nvidia’s Turing family has been in a constant state of flux. Originally, TweakTown reported that we’d have them by April (this year). Well, it’s the almost the end of... Continue Reading →

What is the best ASUS VPN Router Firmware – here is the answer!

I often get requests via EMail, sadly I can't answer them all but I try to pick some interesting stuff which I can explain here in detail. In general, if you’re looking for a good and solid VPN router, you can’t go wrong with Asus because they offer a great lineup of VPN-ready routers – from cheap... Continue Reading →

1 Year later: Me vs. G.Skill and the reason I won’t support them anymore

G.Skill has some good hardware, without any doubt, the RAM they have to offer is same like their gaming mouse not that bad but what I have to say when it comes to the support is nothing but bad (for G.Skill). G.Skill reminds me a bit of the story I had with NZXT and their... Continue Reading →

How To Calibrate your Laptop’s & Android’s Battery

Managing the battery usage is a very big aspect of an electronic device in order to conserve the performance of the battery and prolong the battery life. Using as less applications as possible while disabling unnecessary background tasks is on major factor to get a longer life, but what if the screens suddenly went black?... Continue Reading →

OnePlus 6 leak image shows complete front panel

The new leak comes from weibo.com, a chinese microblogging site - which also shows in the picture the DxOMark logo. Carl Pei the OnePlus CEO, confirmed the new OnePlus 6 will come with a notch two weeks ago. Overview The new phone is expected to come before the Q2 20018 ends. The recent picture points to Saturday, May 5... Continue Reading →

Vega 12 isn’t Intel’s Kaby-Lake-G GPU solution

A lot of speculation about AMD's Vega 12 solution made the round over the last two weeks, some said Vega 12 isn't Intel's new GPU solution others have said it definitely gets integrated into Intel's Kaby-Lake CPU in order to deliver the graphics. The secret seems now lifted and the rumors ended up wrong. Overview... Continue Reading →

ASUS AMD X470 Motherboard Layout leaked by emissary42 on HardwareLuxx

The user emissary42 leaked yesterday night some new layout pictures on the german Hardware Luxx forum. The pictures showing the upcoming ASUS AMD X470 motherboard in details among all specifications. About the leak the user emissary42 has shared what looks like very credible information on the upcoming ASUS Strix X470-F Gaming, Prime X470-Pro, and TUF X470-Plus Gaming motherboards. These are... Continue Reading →

ASMedia-USB-3.x Controller with Keylogger and Malware Risks

The AMDFlaws.com story is over, it seems that it was a failed try to manipulate the stock market but besides this shameless try CTS-Labs still has some valid information to offer, and it shows that ASMedia-USB-3.x controller have several security flaws which allows attackers to abuse those controllers to deliver their keyloggers or malware code. Keylogger... Continue Reading →

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