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That’s generation on generation, though. These figures are only of use to snarks like us who want to see what Intel engineers have achieved in the past year, and for geeks who upgrade their machines every 12 months.Intel really hopes Kaby Lake prizes punters off their 2011-era PCs; anyone tempted to replace their computer will be blown away by the improvements in the past five years and crack out their credit card. At least, that’s the dream."Most people who are going to buy a new PC are not buying to replace last year’s – well, maybe we wish they were but they are not, they are replacing devices that are five or more years old," said Intel spokeswoman Karen Regis. "There are 400 million users who are using PCs that are five or more years old."Intel reckons today’s seventh-gen Core i5 7200U is 70 per cent faster than its five-year-old Core i5 2467M equivalent in SYSmark benchmarks, can convert a 4K video to 1080p H.264 6.8 times faster, and score three times better in the 3Dmark gaming benchmark.More information on the individual chips, and their speeds and feeds, will appear, as always, on Intel’s ARK closer to launch.Finally, there’s an addition to Kaby Lake: a new media-processing engine. This performs VP9 and 10-bit HEVC/H.265 decoding in hardware, as well as the usual 1080p HEVC, to reduce power usage even when viewing high-res video – meaning more internet streaming before your battery runs out. Intel calls this "All Day 4K" where "all day" means "nine and a half hours."

Kaby Lake chips are able to decode up to eight 4Kp30 AVC and HEVC streams at a time – useful for signs and surveillance gear – and decode 4Kp60 HEVC at up to 120Mbps, which is handy for watching high-quality films and TV on the internet.This video engine also enforces anti-piracy DRM protections as required by the major studios. Hollywood bosses didn’t want to stream 4K ultra high-def content from online clouds without mechanisms in place to thwart casual rippers, and so Intel gave the entertainment giants what they wanted."There are hardware-based protection mechanisms to make the studios comfortable with sharing high-quality content to PCs for the first time," said Regis. The son of a Russian member of parliament has been found guilty of stealing and selling millions of US credit card numbers using point of sales malware.Roman Seleznev, 32, is the son of ultra-nationalist Liberal Democratic Party MP Valery Seleznev. He was arrested in 2014 while attempting to board a plane in the Maldives, sparking anger from Russian authorities.Seleznev said at the time the arrest was a "monstrous lie and a provocative act".Roman Seleznev was convicted in a Washington court on Thursday, on 10 counts of wire fraud, nine of obtaining information from a protected computer, nine of possession of 15 unauthorised devices, eight of intentional damage to a protected computer, and two of aggravated identity theft.He faces a minimum of four years and a maximum of 34 years in prison when he is sentenced 2 December.

Seleznev, who used the handle Track2, scanned for vulnerable retailers across Washington and infected point of sales terminals with malware, prosecutors said.He stole some 2.9 million credit cards, according to prosecutors, wreaking some US$169 million in damages across 3700 financial institutions.The Yakkety Yak Beta 1 has images for Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu MATE and Ubuntu Studio.In the release announcement, Set Hallstrom notes that this isn’t yet a prime time release: these images are for Ubuntu flavour developers and “those who want to help in testing, reporting, and fixing bugs”. Plugging a Kindle Paperwhite into a PC running Windows 10 with the Anniversary Update installed sparks a full system meltdown, it is claimed.Connecting the Amazon e-reader to a fully up-to-date W10 machine via USB triggers an immediate Blue Screen of Death, according to complaints on Microsoft’s support forum. All the trouble started when people downloaded and installed the Anniversary Update, which arrived at the turn of the month. That’s the same upgrade that has knackered millions of webcams and caused some systems to freeze up.

The crash kicks off in the storage partition driver partmgr.sys, with a bugcheck code 0x7E (SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED) and cause code 0xC0000005 (STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION) – in other words, a kernel-level thread in the driver touched memory it shouldn’t have, and blew away the environment. It sounds like Windows is trying to mount the filesystem on the Kindle as a removable storage device and getting completely confused.Some people say the BSOD only happens when they plug their Kindle into a USB 3.0 port, others say inserting it into a USB 2 interface triggers the crash too. Some people always get a crash, some most of the time, and others have reported experiencing no problems at all.I recently [installed] the summer Anniversary Update for Windows 10 on both my laptop and my desktop which went without any errors. Today I plugged in a Kindle Paperwhite and it immediately crashed my laptop to a blue screen.

I figured it might be a driver issue even though my laptop is fairly new, so I plugged it into my desktop and got the exact same thing. A Blue Screen of Death. Just for more info, it is a Kindle Paperwhite being plugged into USB 3.0 ports on a HP laptop and Dell desktop both running the latest Windows. It’s pretty frustrating because I need to transfer some PDFs to the Kindle for my son’s school classes.I have the same problem with my Asus K53SV laptop and my Lenovo 100S netbook after [installing the] Anniversary Update for Windows 10. I plug in the Kindle Paperwhite and both laptops almost always crash to a blue screen and then reboot. After they reboot, the Kindle is visible and usable as a USB device as if nothing happened. I can browse files on the Kindle and I can use Calibre with Kindle. After the crash and reboot, I can even eject the Kindle and plug it back in without any problems – at least during that session. If I then shut down my laptop, plugging in my Kindle the next time will crash my laptop again and reboot it, and then I can normally use Kindle again. Needless to say, this is annoying.

Same issue with two desktops and two Kindles: one PC is home built with Win10 Pro. The other, a Dell with Windows 10 Home. Both fail with a BSOD when I plug the Kindle into a USB 3 port. Both work fine when I plug the Kindle into a USB 2 port. Both worked with USB 3 ports prior to the Anniversary Update. Oddly, my Surface Pro3 which has only one USB3 port works fine.
All very mysterious. So far, there is no mention of any fix, and no word from Microsoft. One workaround is to plug the Kindle into the machine during boot-up or while the computer is sleeping. That seems to avoid crashing the operating system.Analysis Sprint and T-Mobile US are introducing "all you can eat" internet plans, and as you might expect, someone at the Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco is horrified. Somebody always is.The EFF tut-tutted at dirt-poor Indian farmers getting Ceefax pages on their mobiles for free – and the Indians obligingly banned it. The EFF tut-tutted at Netflix peering directly with big ISPs to remove stutter from its movie streams, a much more efficient delivery arrangement that actually saved Netflix some money. The EFF tut-tutted at T‑Mobile US for working with video providers so videos wouldn’t count against your bandwidth cap. But the Binge On deal proved so popular with customers, the EFF looked silly, and even sillier after Google joined Binge On.

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