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 Friday, 9-September-2016  13:58:55 (GMT +10) - by Agg

There's a new iPhone, and people are not happy that it's lacking a headphone jack. The new camera setup sounds pretty cool though. iPhone 7 dramatically improves the most important aspects of the iPhone experience. It introduces advanced new camera systems. The best performance and battery life ever in an iPhone. Immersive stereo speakers. The brightest, most colorful iPhone display. Splash and water resistance.1 And it looks every bit as powerful as it is. Discussion continues in this thread.

I missed this, but apparently Microsoft have said that only Windows 10 will fully support Intel Kaby Lake And AMD Zen next-gen CPUs. HotHardware have an idea of what they really meant. On the surface, we understand why such a statement would make some people cringe. Not supporting Windows 7, which remains the second most popular desktop OS with enthusiasts, or the much-maligned Windows 8, means consumers will technically have fewer options and less choice when these processors actually hit the market. But thatís not necessarily the case.

The US Government has named their first head of Cyber Security, a retired USAF Brigadier General. Gregory Touhill's job will be to protect government networks and critical infrastructure from cyber threats as federal chief information security officer, according to a statement. The administration of President Barack Obama has made bolstering federal cyber security a top priority in his last year in office. The issue has gained more attention because of high-profile breaches in recent years of government and private sector computers.

Star Trek turns 50 years old this week. When the show debuted on September 8, 1966 the concept was a three-season television show following the crew of the Starship Enterprise as they ventured into the galaxy to seek out new civilizations. ... Little did NBC know it would snowball into a touchstone in entertainment spawning six shows with a combined 725 episodes and 13 movies, turning its stars into household names. Official announcement video here on StarTrek.com.



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