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  • Disney Plus racks up 50m subscribers in five months

    Disney's new video streaming service has hit more than 50 millions subscribers since its launch five months ago. When Disney Plus last announced viewing figures in February it had reached 26.5 million subscribers. Since then, this has almost doubled as more people are online and stuck at home due to...
  • Coronavirus: Call for apps to get fake Covid-19 news button

    Social networks need a dedicated button to flag up bogus coronavirus-related posts, an advocacy group has said. The Campaign for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) said the apps had "missed a trick" in combating the problem. The call coincides with a study that indicates 46% of internet-using adults in the UK...
  • Google Stadia Free Tier Launches Including Two-Month Pro Subscription Trial

    With the COVID-19 pandemic pummeling the world’s population hard over the past three months, many have retreated to their homes to conduct business, complete schoolwork, and of course, play video games. So perhaps now is a better time than ever for Google to launch the free tier of its Stadia game...
  • Researchers Find Apple's MacBook Pro Is More Susceptible To Fingerprint Spoofing Than Windows Laptops

    Technology companies sometimes talk about wanting to move on from passwords in favor of other authentication methods, with biometric security leading the way. But are biometric methods really secure? Researchers from Cisco's Talos division put fingerprint scanning under the microscope, and found some interesting shortcomings. Fingerprint scanners are in lots...
  • MediaTek Allegedly Caught Cheating Its Way Through Mobile Device Benchmarks

    Cheating in synthetic benchmarks is an old practice; one that has been uncovered and litigated many times over through the years. Most recently, Huawei was caught gaming the system with a number of its smartphones (3DMark scores were inflated by as much as 47 percent), after which it apologized and ended the...
  • Multicloud storage 101: Pros, cons, pitfalls and strategies

    Enterprises need to ensure their operations can continue no matter what. For decades, organisations have used redundancy to ensure they don’t have to rely on one single provider. This principle continues to hold for the cloud. Here, enterprises can use multicloud storage to get the best of all worlds, and...
  • Boutique PC Builder Maingear To Produce Low-Cost Ventilators Due To Crushing COVID-19 Demand

    Maingear is known for assembling meticulously crafted and high performance gaming PCs. like its recently overhauled Rush desktop with up to a 64-core Ryzen Threadripper 3990X processor and dual Titan RTX graphics cards. In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, however, Maingear is taking its boutique building expertise and temporarily applying...
  • Xbox Game Bar Gains Custom Widgets From Razer And XSplit Along With Its Own Store

    It's that time again; time for another refresh of the Xbox Game Bar that graces Windows 10 PCs. This time around, Microsoft is making it easier for you to interact with some of your most-used apps while gaming via the Xbox Game Bar, and it's a change that we can...
  • Samsung's Next Flagship Galaxy Tablets To Sport 11 And 12.4 Inch Displays To Slay iPad Pro

    Apple's iPad Pro family just received a minor refresh with a slight bump in SoC performance, an additional rear camera, and LiDAR support. Long-time rival Samsung is also working on its next-generation professional tablets, and we have some fresh information on what exactly the company has in store for customers. In...
  • Inside Intel's $50 Million Tech-Infused COVID-19 Response Plan For Hospitals, Students, And Teachers

    Intel is ramping up its efforts to help healthcare workers and other key segments deal with the Coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the $10 million in donations already pledged by Intel, the Santa Clara chip maker today announced an additional $50 million in aid as part of a pandemic response...

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