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  • Xerox gets ready to cut and paste HP Inc board

    John Visentin, the CEO of Xerox, has met with some HP shareholders to walk them through the company’s case for Xerox’s proposed acquisition of HP Inc.  In a presentation to shareholders, he stated HP Inc shareholders would receive $17 in cash for each share they hold. “The logic behind this...
  • Tinder to add panic button and anti-catfishing tech

    Tinder is adding a panic button and other safety features to the dating app. The new functions will include emergency assistance, location tracking, and photo verification. Tinder will offer the features first in the US from 28 January, but didn't say when they will be available globally. Parent company Match...
  • Sonos boss says speakers will work "as long as possible"

    The boss of Sonos apologised on Thursday for a decision to prevent older speakers from receiving software updates. In a statement, the company's chief executive Patrick Spence said the company would deliver updates to all products "for as long as possible". But the company did not retract its earlier decision...
  • AMD Big Navi Rumored To Be Twice As Powerful As Radeon RX 5700 XT

    AMD's current family of 7nm Radeon RX Navi midrange graphics cards are no doubt impressive, as witnessed by the recently released Radeon RX 5600 XT (our full review). The Radeon RX 5600 XT is flanked by the Radeon RX 5500 just below it , and the Radeon RX 5700 above. However, AMD...
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Official Renders Leak With 100x Space Zoom

    We're just a few weeks away from the launch of Samsung Galaxy S20 family of smartphones, and we're getting our best look yet today at the flagship of the family: the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. [Alleged] renders of the smartphone have been discovered and they largely lineup with the leaks that...
  • Samsung's Quick Share File Sharing Feature Is Like Apple's AirDrop But With A Twist

    There have been numerous leaks regarding Samsung's next round of flagship phones, and namely the Galaxy S20 series, and they do not appear to be slowing down. Ahead of the launch, it has come to light that Samsung will bring a file sharing feature to Galaxy owners, likely starting with...
  • OnePlus 8 Pro Could Finally Bring This Oft-Requested Feature Alongside 120Hz Display

    OnePlus has been able to build a reputation and a following by offering high-end features in Android handsets that undercut the competition on price. The OnePlus 7T, for example, is every bit a premium Android phone, but is significantly cheaper than some of the $1,000 top-shelf handsets on the market...
  • Apple says losing Lightning port will create waste

    Apple says being forced to abandon the Lightning connector used on its iPhones would create an "unprecedented amount of electronic waste". While the latest Android phones have a USB-C port, Apple's iPhones still use the proprietary Lightning port. Some members of the European Parliament want all phone-makers to adopt a...
  • Google Discovers Serious Privacy And Security Flaws In Apple Safari Tracking Prevention

    Up until last month, an anti-tracking featured introduced to Apple's Safari browser in 2017 actually left users potentially more susceptible to being tracked by hackers due to multiple vulnerabilities discovered by Google's engineers. Fortunately, Apple patched the security holes in December, though it's a bit of an unsettling situation. The...
  • Twitter demands AI company stops 'collecting faces'

    Twitter has demanded an AI company stop taking images from its website. Clearview has already amassed more than three billion photographs from sites including Facebook and Twitter. They are used by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security and more than 600 other law-enforcement agencies around the world to identify...

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