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Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • Comcast Xfinity Instant TV Streaming Service Could Court Cord-Cutters In Q3

    Do you enjoy streaming television shows, but have not settled on just one package? Rumor has it that Comcast will launch app-based Xfinity Instant TV in the next few months. The IPTV service will include a number of packages and target broadband subscribers who do not pay for a traditional...
  • Facebook Clones Snapchat Yet Again With New Photo Filters And Stories

    Facebook tried on at least two occasions to acquire Snapchat, once for $1 billion and then again for $3 billion. Snapchat's founders boldly rebuffed both offers and now several years later Snapchat is more popular than ever. The asking price might be too high for Facebook at this point, but...
  • Razer’s 17-inch Blade Pro Gains Intel Kaby Lake Muscle And THX Mobile Certification

    If you’re a person that likes to satisfy your high-end gaming needs while on-the-go, Razer has updated its most potent notebook – the Blade Pro -- with the power of Intel Kaby Lake. In this case, it means that you’ll find an overclocked Core i7-7820HK quad-core processor to replace the...
  • Gigabyte Seeks 4K Gaming Domination With Three Custom GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Cards

    Gigabyte is getting ready to beef up its arsenal of Pascal parts with no less than three GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards. Two of them will be marketed under its Aorus gaming division, leaving one with Gigabyte's own branding. All three will feature custom cooling solutions with three fans...
  • Windows 10 Creators Update Hits RTM, Here’s How To Download It

    Microsoft officially announced the development of the Windows 10 Creators Update back in late October, and began pushing out the first test builds to Windows Insiders a few days later. After months of testing, bug crushing and input from testers (and regulators), Microsoft has finally thrust the Windows 10 Creators...
  • Android Founder Andy Rubin Teases Bezel-Less ‘Essential’ Flagship Smartphone

    Andy Rubin, the co-creator of Android and former boss of Google's Android division, is making progress on his new venture. He announced in January that he was starting a new company, Essential, and planned to released a high-end smartphone infused to the core with artificial intelligence. He also said it...
  • Uber to pull out of Denmark

    Cab hire firm Uber will withdraw from Denmark in April because of new taxi laws that require drivers to have fare meters and seat sensors. Local taxi driver unions and politicians have complained that Uber poses unfair competition by not meeting legal standards required for established taxi firms. According to...
  • Big Discount On Microsoft Office Mastery Bundle In The HotHardware Shop

    If you want to learn all there is to know about Microsoft Office, we’ve got a deal running in the HotHardware Shop you’ll want to check out. We’ve got a Microsoft Office Mastery e-Learning Bundle discounted by over 90% and available for a fraction of the original asking price... Description...
  • Netgear Expands Orbi Mesh Wi-Fi Router Family With Lower Cost AC2200 Wall Plug And Satellite Offerings

    If you have a larger house, getting Wi-Fi coverage into every nook and cranny of your abode can often be challenging. While you may have good coverage and speeds on the second floor where your router and cable modem are found, you might have trouble getting a stable connection in...
  • Exposed files on Microsoft's document-sharing site

    Confidential documents, passwords and health data have been inadvertently shared by firms using Microsoft's Office 365 service, say researchers. The sensitive information was found via a publicly available search engine that is part of Office 365. Security researchers said many firms mistakenly thought documents would only be shared with colleagues...

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