Researchers show that wireless carriers are slowing traffic to and from YouTube and Netflix     New research from Northeastern University and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst has revealed some startling proof that the largest U.S. telecom companies are slowing internet traffic to and from apps such as YouTube and Netflix. Using a smartphone app […]

Google is looking to replace URLs with something more secure     Google’s Chrome browser just turned 10. In that short amount of time, the Chrome browser has made a huge impact upon the web. Chrome popularized auto-updates and led the charge toward complete HTTPS web encryption. Now, Google Chrome looks to the future and […]

Firefox 62 has arrived with some great new features   Mozilla launched their Firefox 62 release today for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The release builds above Firefox Quantum and brings with it a large variety of new font typography options, an automatic dark theme for macOS, and better scrolling capability for Android. Existing desktop […]

Google’s confidential mode has made its mobile debut   Google released their confidential mode to mobile devices so that emails sent can have a self-destruct date. Confidential mode made its appearance as part of the large Gmail redesign that was announced earlier this year and became the default for consumers in July. The Gmail feature […]

New Chrome 69 release includes a great new design     Google Chrome just released Chrome 69 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. The release includes a new design, a more powerful omnibox, a more accurate autofill, and an updated password manager. The update is available using Chrome’s built-in updater when you launch Chrome. […]

An oversupply of flash memory has led market analysts to predict drastic price decreases in the near future.   Interested in seeing flash memory prices come down to just $0.08 per gigabyte? It could happen if Jim Hardy’s prediction comes true. Hardy, a market analyst with Objective Analysis, has predicted a “downward pricing correction” for […]

The gold rush is over. Cryptocurrencies are no longer causing an inflation of GPU prices.   In our blog article ‘Nvidia High End GPUs in Limited Supply’ (https://rhynonetworks.com/nvidia-high-end-gpus-in-limited-supply/) from February of this year, we spoke about graphics card shortages that PC gamers were facing because of the rise of cryptocurrency. Well…this is it! We’ve reached […]

With 6 times more performance, Nvidia brings a powerful new GPU series to market   With Nvidia unveiling its GeForce RTX 2000 series at Gamescom in Germany, the much talked about rumors for Nvidia’s latest release have been put to rest. Based on Nvidia’s new Turing architecture, the GeForce RTX 2080 is designed to succeed […]

DARPA’s $1.5 billion plan to reinvent electronics is risky, but could pay off big time   Concerned that the country could lose its edge in semiconductor chips, the US military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has launched a $1.5 billion, five-year program known as the Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI) to support work on advances […]

Features from both the iPad Pro and iMac Pro make an appearance in the 2018 MacBook Pros.   The 2018 Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch and 15-inch releases offer upgraded configurations with 8th generation Intel processors. The MacBook Pros also feature more cores than before: a maximum of six cores in the 15-inch model, up from […]