Over the past week, the cryptocurrency known as XRP has seen a dramatic rise in value. At the start of December, it was valued at 0.25. By the end of the year, coin, which was created by Ripple,was worth 2.47 making it the second most valuable cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization. This rise in  The post Ripple Co-Founder Has Became One Of The World‘s Richest Men appeared first on TechFrag.
Over the past few months, one of the most intriguing tech stories has been the promise of a collaboration between AMD and Intel. Last year, the two hardware giants announced that they would be working together on a project which would make use of a GPU from AMD and a CPU from Intel. For a  The post Intel India Provides New Details on AMD and Intel Project appeared first on TechFrag.
December saw a major media merger in Disney‘s acquisition of 21st Century Fox. However, 2018 may see an even larger deal. A pair of analysts from Citi believe that there is a 40 percent chance that Apple may buy Netflix. Jim Suva and Asiya Merchant believe that the potential merger may be motivated by the  The post Analysts Predict That Apple May Purchase Netflix appeared first on TechFrag.
Many people nowadays record videos using a variety of different devices including their webcams, smartphones, digital cameras, or camcorders. While that speaks to how easy and convenient it is to record videos, it also has a drawback as some of your devices may not save videos in a format that is ideal for YouTube. Generally  The post Converting YouTube Videos Using Movavi Video Converter appeared first on TechFrag.
In August of this year, Silicon Motion announced the first in its line of high-speedSM226x PCIe NVMe SSD controllers. The line will consist of four controllers which are aimed at different markets. The line includesSM2262EN, SM2262, SM2263, and SM2263XT. Today, Taipower announced theMirage NP900 NVMe SSD which is the first consumer SSD to make use  The post First SSD To Make Use of Silicon Motion‘s Officially Announced Ahead of CES appear
Apple has released a revised statement regarding their policy of slowing down older iPhones. The company promised that it has never - and would never - do anything to intentionally shorten the life of any Apple product Beyond that, however, the company‘s statement didn‘t offer much in the way of new information regarding its policy.  The post Here‘s How Apple‘s Slowdowns Affect iOS Apps and How Apple Could Resolve It app
We‘re not sure the Kinect was popular enough for its passing to be declared the end of an era, but, either way, Microsoft is ending production of the Kinect adapter essentially marking the end of the device‘s lifespan. Microsofttold Polygon that it wants to focus its efforts on on launching new, higher fan-requested gaming accessories  The post Microsoft Ends Production of Xbox One Kinect Adapter appeared first on TechFrag.
After several days of silence, Apple has spoken out regarding theMeltdown and Spectre vulnerabilitieswhich have dominated the headlines and Twitter feeds fo tech enthusiasts. Doubtless, many were hopeful that Mac and iOS devices were unaffected by the Intel issue, but that is not the case. Apple has stated that all Mac and iOS devices are  The post Apple Says All Mac and iOS Devices Are Vulnerable To Specter and Meltdown appeared first on TechF
A new report from theFinancial Timessays that LG, not Samsung, will be producing the OLED displays found in Apple‘s upcoming line of new iPhones. LG currently produces the LCD displays found in the iPhone 8 and 8+, but the iPhone X‘s OLED displays were produced by Samsung. Despite Apple‘s rivalry, Samsung is widely considered the  The post LG To Produce OLED Displays for Upcoming iPhones appeared first on TechFrag.
Despite strong sales during the holiday season, the end of the year may mean bad news for Apple. After the company confirmed that it slowed down older iPhones in order to preserve battery life, several people filed suit against the company. Most recently, five iPhone owners in Florida, New York, and New Jersey filed a  The post Apple Hit with New Lawsuits in Wake of iPhone Throttling appeared first on TechFrag.
Like the Note 7 before it, the Galaxy S8 is having battery woes of its own. On the bright side, the Note 8 battery isn‘t exploding. However, there have been multiple complaints from users regarding the handset‘s battery life. Some have complained that if their phone reaches 0 percent, it will shut down and not  The post Samsung Receives Reports of Problems With Note 8 battery appeared first on TechFrag.
Recently, Apple confirmed that it was slowing down older iPhones in order to preserve battery life and prevent shutdowns. However, the announcement has earned the company the anger of consumers and several lawsuits. While Apple‘s explanation for their decision does make sense from a technical standpoint, it is partially undermined by the fact that other  The post Apple‘s Rivals Announce That They Do Not Slow Down Older Smartphones a
The technology within automobiles has come on leaps and bounds in recent times. Modern day vehicles are packed with all kinds of impressive and innovative technology which can improve the safety, performance and entertainment for both driver and passengers. Fortunately, you do not necessarily have to pay a fortune to experience this amazing technology. There  The post Top High-Tech New Cars that Will Be Used Vehicle Bargains appeared first on T
Is your new Mac or PC running a bit faster than you think it should? The good news is that it‘s not your imagination. The bad news is that its the result of a design flaw in Intel chips. The Register reports that the flaw could affect every computer using Intel chips made within the  The post Intel Security Flaw May Affect Every Mac and PC Made Within A Decade appeared first on TechFrag.
Apple may have been late to the show when it came to adopting OLED displays, but recent tests show that they may have improved upon a key aspect of OLED displays. Recent tests carried out by the Korean websiteCetizenshows that the iPhone X performs better in burn-in tests than Samsung‘s Galaxy S7 or Note 8  The post In OLED Burn-In Tests, iPhone X Beat Samsung appeared first on TechFrag.
The Nintendo Switch has been a major success for the Japanese gaming company, but one key feature has been delayed. It‘s been reported that Nintendo has delayed the release of 64GB cartridges citing technical difficulties. Larger cartridges would mean that developers would be able to create larger games with bigger worlds, more content and, an  The post Nintendo Reportedly Delays Release of 64GB Switch Cartridges appeared first on TechFra
There are rumors that Nvidia may be launching a 5GB version of its Geforce GTX 1060 graphics card. This one would offer a middle-ground between the company‘s current 3GB and 6GB offerings. This announcement has not been confirmed and the sources remain speculative. Earlier this week, Experview posted an image of the card‘s GPU(GP106-350-K3-A1) and  The post Nvidia May Be Releasing a 5GB GeForce GTX 1060 appeared first on TechFrag.
The WeChip V7 is an Android TV box that packs a big punch. Formidable hardware and memory, root access, and a practical user interface make this TX box a contender in a crowded marketplace. Like most TV boxes, the WeChip V7 has both pros and cons. Our review covers the WeChip V7‘s (64.99) unboxing, critical  The post WeChip V7 Android TV Box Review appeared first on TechFrag.
The controversy surrounding Apple‘s admission that it slows down older iPhones is among the worst PR disasters the company has faced it some time. However, Apple has taken several steps to rectify the problem including slashing the price of its battery replacement program by 50. Eligiblecustomers can get a replacement battery for their iPhone 6  The post Apple Will Replace iPhone Batteries Regardless of Their Condition appeared first on T