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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Airbus unveils 'more efficient' A380 jumbo

    Airbus has unveiled plans to upgrade the world's biggest passenger jet, promising greater fuel efficiency and room for more seats. The A380Plus, which was announced ahead of the Paris Airshow, will boast a new wing design intended to improve aerodynamics. Airbus also said the cabin had been optimised to allow...
  • Facebook To Combat Terrorism On Its Platform With Artificial Intelligence

    There have been almost six hundred terrorist attacks in 2017 alone. Facebook just released an outline of its latest methods to combat this threat by increasingly employing artificial intelligence and other high-tech techniques. Monika Bickert, Facebook's Director of Global Policy Management, and Brian Fishman, Counterterrorism Policy Manager, remarked in their latest...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Leaks Galore With HTML5 Browser Benchmarks And 8GB RAM Emperor Edition

    Even though Samsung likely won’t officially unveil the Galaxy Note 8 until late August or early September, that isn’t stopping leaks from spilling the goods on the upcoming flagship smartphone. Today, we’ve got a wealth of information about the smartphone including supposed browser benchmarks of the beastly device and hopeful...
  • Microsoft Patch Tuesday Update To Be A Doozy With Record Setting 94 Security Fixes

    Microsoft is treating its next Patch Tuesday like a level in Serious Sam where it emerges with guns blazing. Only in this case, instead of taking out extraterrestrials who are intent on destroying all of humanity, Microsoft's mission is to neutralize more bugs than ever before. More specifically, the Patch...
  • Samsung Launches Galaxy S8 And S8+ Bixby Early Access Program In U.S.

    Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones are some of the best Android models available right now (read our review), but despite that, many of their users haven't been using them to their full potential. While Bixby Voice was revealed alongside the phone, it still hasn't made it to the...
  • Facebook Moderators’ Identities Mistakenly Exposed To Suspected Terrorists

    Every job has its risk, however, very few of us expect to be on a terrorist’s hit list. It was recently revealed that the information of over 1,000 content moderators was leaked thanks to a security flaw. The profiles of six Facebook content moderators in particular were considered “high priority”...
  • Samsung’s 65-inch Frame TV Is A Digital Work Of Art For Your Living Room

    It is a tale as old as time- one person wants a large, high quality television, while the other desires a television that will blend seamlessly with their decor. Samsung just announced “The Frame”, a 65-inch 4K Ulta HD television that can be used to exhibit art when not playing...
  • Atari CEO Confirms New Gaming Console In Development Based On PC Technology

    Do not adjust your calendars, folks, we have not traveled back in time to the 1970s or 1980s. Be that as it may, Atari is working on a new game console. The website you might have seen is real, as are Atari's intentions to get back into the hardware business...
  • Microsoft Modern Keyboard Adds Fingerprint Authentication For Windows Hello Logins

    Microsoft has quietly launched a new keyboard for desktop computers (or your docked notebook/convertible). Called the Modern Keyboard, the peripheral is an evolution of the existing Surface Keyboard with two key differences. The first is the integration of biometric authentication. Microsoft has incorporated what it calls a hidden fingerprint sensor...
  • Take-Two Crushes OpenIV GTA Modding Tool With Legal Ban Hammer

    Take-Two clearly doesn't look at the modding scene with the same love as many of its peers. The Grand Theft Auto series has had a rich modding community for years, with its creative fans adding an incredible amount of content to Rockstar's most important series. Sometimes, even new mechanics are added. While most people...

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