When it comes to building gaming rigs, hardware gamers will take all sorts of factors into consideration, such as cooling, cable management, RAM speed, speakers, sound card, GPU, and let’s not forget their displays. Now some gamers are perfectly fine with a regular Full HD display, but there are those who care about the minor details.
Well if you’re looking to get your hands on a gaming monitor, it seems that Acer is working on a 27-inch display that is expected to be announced really soon. This 27-inch model will be part of Acer’s XBO range of gaming displays and will feature NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology. For those unfamiliar, this technology basically syncs up your GPU and monitor’s refresh rates, thus prevent screen tearing. Read full post →27-inch WQHD Acer Display With G-Sync Reportedly In The Works
As if people weren’t already paranoid or suspicious that their government could be tracking them or spying on it, it seems that over in the UK, the government has proposed a new bill that would make it official in which internet service providers are expected to keep records on their users, thus allowing them to hand over user-information to law enforcement agencies upon request.
The idea is to link internet protocol (IP) addresses to specific devices, like smartphones, laptops, tablets, and so on, in hopes that they will be able to identify who is using what and when. The goal is to combat terrorism threats and the growth of online child sexual exploitation, which while noble in concept, has led to civil liberties campaigners to compare it against an earlier bill that had been dubbed a “snoopers charter”. Read full post →UK Government Wants ISPs To Start Keeping Records Of Its Users