Universal CDN (UCDN) is a premium content delivery network owned by XBT Holdings, a group which includes companies like Webzilla, Root and Servers.com.
The service caches all the usual static file types, and enables quality video playback with support for HTTP Live Streaming and MPEG-DASH ('Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP').
HTTP/2 support improves security and further speeds up your site. You can use it immediately for no extra charge with UCDN's free shared SSL certificate, or configure it with a certificate of your own. UCDN also says free custom Let's Encrypt SSL certificates are 'coming soon', which sounds good to us, although many servi…
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Gigabyte Ships New Mainboards To Address Sandy Bridge Issue
Gigabyte’s first Mini-ITX motherboard for the AMD platform. Back to the revised Intel boards, the new ones address the SATA 2.0 issues experienced with the B2 stepping chipsets and deliver a host of cutting-edge features including an industry-leading 24 …
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ASUS Breaks Record with 15 Wins at the 2017 iF Design Awards
ASUS VivoMini VC66 Series ASUS VivoMini VC66 Series is a range of high-performance mini PCs powered by desktop-grade 7th Generation Intel Core (Kaby Lake) processors with DDR4 RAM. The versatile VC66 and VC66R mini PCs feature 4K UHD display support and …
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All of the semester’s books, plus your laptop, plus your everyday essentials is a heavy enough physical burden to bear much less the figurative weight of coursework and a reputation to upkeep. Picking out the best back to school backpack for you can lift some of that burden.
Naturally, we happen to be experts in picking out the best of, well, all sorts of tech products, including the best back to school backpacks to cart them around in.
From designer names for the lowest prices they’ll be found this season to sensible, affordable picks all year round, these are the very best back to school backpacks we’ve found for 2017.
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Two AMD Threadripper 16-core SKUs pop up online
TechPowerUp writes Greek webshop Skroutz has listed two upcoming AMD Threadripper processors. The shop is listing the Threadripper and Threadripper 1998X, there’s no pricing but we do have some specifications. Both are 16-core models with a whopping 32 …
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Dell Inspiron 17 7000 – World’s Largest 2-in-1 Laptop
During the same launch, Dell also revealed new 2-in-1 laptops in smaller sizes from 15″ all the way to 11″, as well as a new Inspiron 15 5000 series of laptops. They even roped in Taiwanese celebrity, Janet Hsieh, to talk about the usefulness of the 2 …
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AMD Phenom X4 9850 Processor Review – B3 Stepping
The new AMD Phenom X4 50-series of processors is how Phenom should have launched back in November of last year. This stepping of Phenom doesn’t offer higher performance versus the older Phenom B1 and B2 steppings, but does remove the TLB erratum that …
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You can get a new MacBook with up to RM500 off with these promos
The promotion includes the MacBook Air, MacBook 12″, as well as the MacBook Pro in 13-inch and 15-inch. The MacBook Air is going for as low as RM3,649 while the MacBook Pro is selling from RM5,999. A 0% instalment plan is also available but it is …
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