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Silicon Motion Demos Low-Power PCie 5.0 SSD Controller: SM2508

Rounding out our Computex 2024 SSD controller news, let’s talk about the final major controller vendor at the show: Silicon Motion. Silicon Motion has been somewhat late to the PCIe Gen5 SSD party, as its rival Phison has been offering their high-end PS5026-E26 controller for almost 18 months now. But as Silicon Motion gets ready…

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General election 2024: Labour promises to boost digital infrastructure

The Labour Party manifesto for the 2024 general election has promised to support the tech and digital sectors through a new industrial strategy and a plan to reform planning rules to boost digital infrastructure such as datacentres. An Industrial Strategy Council will be set up on a statutory basis to provide advice from businesses, with…

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This ‘Godmode’ ChatGPT jailbreak worked so well, OpenAI had to kill it

Since OpenAI first released ChatGPT, we’ve witnessed a constant cat-and-mouse game between the company and users around ChatGPT jailbreaks. The chatbot has safety measures in place, so it can’t assist you with nefarious or illegal activities. It might know how to create undetectable malware, but it won’t help you develop it. It knows where to…

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Supermicro E102-13R-H Review: A Raptor Lake-P 3.5-inch SBC System for Embedded Applications

Single-board computers in the 3.5-inch form-factor have become extremely popular for embedded applications involving a mix of high performance requirements as well as extended peripherals support. Typical use-case scenarios include digital signage, edge inferencing solutions, retail applications, and IoT gateways. The requirements in these deployments call for processors and components that can operate in a…

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Not Dead Yet: WD Releases New 6TB 2.5-Inch External Hard Drives

UPDATE 5/17, 6 PM: Western Digital has confirmed that the new 2.5-inch T GB HDDs uses 6 SMR plattersThe vast majority of laptops nowadays use solid-state drives, which is why the development of new, higher-capacity 2.5-inch hard drives has all but come to a halt. Or rather, it almost has. It seems that the 2.5-inch form…

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AMD has released new Ryzen 8000 series CPUs, though you may not be swayed by them

AMD has pushed out new Ryzen processors in its 8000G range, and this time the firm has launched models without any integrated graphics.Team Red has a pair of new chips, in fact, namely the AMD Ryzen 7 8700F and AMD Ryzen 5 8400F, with the ‘F’ indicating that they don’t have integrated graphics.While there’s no…

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The best SSD in the world? Phony Samsung drive has jaw-dropping specs at a bargain price, and yes – it’s a fake

A fake piece of tech has popped up showing that it pays to be very careful about product names – and also that if an SSD looks very much too good to be true, it almost certainly is.This is the case of a product on AliExpress called a ‘1080 Pro SSD’ which you might, at…

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Qualcomm Snapdragon X Plus may be the laptop chip of Intel and Apple’s nightmares

Qualcomm isn’t wasting any time filling out its ultra-portable PC chip roster, adding a new Snapdragon X Plus range to slide in behind its still-fresh and high-end Snapdragon X Elite.If this mobile PC SoC approach sounds similar, that’s because Qualcomm is taking almost the same approach as Apple with its ARM-based silicon, but in reverse.…

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Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 8s Gen 3: A Cheaper Chip For Premium Phones

With the launch of their flagship Snapdragon 8 SoC firmly behind them now, Qualcomm this morning is turning their collective head towards the premium market with the launch of another new Snapdragon 8 family SoC, the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3. The first of Qualcomm’s ‘s’-subseries of down-market parts to be released under the Snapdragon 8…

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5G networks and biometric breakthroughs: Navigating opportunities and risks

The launch of 5G networks has opened a new chapter in how we connect. This technology, known for its incredibly fast speeds and almost non-existent delay, is already changing how we use our devices and access the internet, and one area where 5G’s capabilities are making major waves is biometric authentication. Businesses are quickly adopting…

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