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Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • Microsoft Slashes Xbox One S Price To $199 Ahead Of Project Scorpio Debut

    Microsoft’s badass Project Scorpio is still 24 hours away from its official public unveil, but the fallout from the new console is already being felt. The Redmond, Washington-based software and hardware giant announced today via Twitter that it is cutting prices on existing Xbox One S bundles by $50 effective...
  • Linux Malware Infects Raspberry Pi Devices Making Them CryptoCurrency Mining Zombies

    If you're a Raspberry Pi user who's never changed the default password of the "pi" user, then heed this warning: change it. A brand new piece of malware has hit the web, called "Linux.MulDrop.14", and it preys on those who haven't secured their devices properly. Linux.MulDrop.14 looks to be a...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Might Be Powered By Unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 CPU

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is still a few months away from its official debut, but rumors surrounding the upcoming flagship Android smartphone continue to swirl. The latest news from the rumor mill sheds some light onto the smartphone’s processor, which reportedly won’t be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Instead, the...
  • Apple iPhone 8 May Lack Gigabit LTE Due To Legal Spat With Qualcomm

    All of the major wireless carriers in the United States have been upgrading their networks and trying to obtain more spectrum in attempts to offer the fastest and most robust connectivity. The next big thing is 1 gigabit downloads. Unfortunately for Apple and fans of the iPhone, a legal dispute...
  • E3 2017: Gamers head to LA to play

    Gamers from around the globe are heading to Los Angeles for the E3 video games showcase, which lays out what players can expect in the year ahead. E3 is traditionally an industry-only event, but in recent years some studios have held their own showcases and broadcast them to fans online...
  • Pandora Receives Much Needed $480 Million Cash Infusion From SiriusXM

    Last year, there were reports floating around that steaming music service Pandora was open to takeover bid from SiriusXM. Well, the new year arrived and nothing ever came of those reports. However, SiriusXM is once again circling Pandora, but it’s not going for a full-blown acquisition. Instead, SiriusXM is entering...
  • Andy Rubin Takes Page From Legere’s Playbook And Hopes Essential Will Break Up Apple-Samsung Duopoly

    Are you tired of the current smartphone offerings from the Apple-Samsung duopoly? Andy Rubin, the creator of Google’s Android, may have the right product for you. His startup just introduced its new premium-tier device, the Essential Phone. Rubin recently remarked at the Wired conference, “I think when there's this duopoly...
  • Samsung Launches Monstrous 49-inch QLED 144Hz Ultrawide FreeSync 2 Gaming Monitor

    Are you ready for some serious widescreen display gaming action? Well, Samsung has you covered with the brand new CHG90, which is an ultrawide 49-inch monitor with 1800R curvature that employs QLED Quantum Dot technology. While the CHG90 is no doubt the star of the show, it is joined by...
  • Chinese Authorities Arrest 20 Apple Contractors For Selling Customer Data

    Is your Apple ID and other data safe? Chinese authorities recently arrested twenty-two people accused of selling the personal data of Apple customers. It is currently unclear how many customers have been affected. Police officers from the provinces of Guangdong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Fujian arrested the suspects this past weekend...
  • News and sports websites 'vulnerable to attack'

    News and sports websites have some of the lowest levels of security adoption, a study has suggested. A team of cyber-security experts looked at the security protocols used by the top 500 sites in various industries and online sectors. They found that fewer than 10% of news and sports websites...

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