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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Google Readying A Touch-Enabled Chrome OS Build For Chromebooks And Other Devices

    Google did not have touch input in mind when it developed Chrome OS, a lightweight operating system that would serve as the foundation for its Chromebook initiative. Instead, Google was preoccupied with the cloud. Nevertheless, Google's hardware partners came out with touch-capable Chromebooks anyway, and now the Chrome OS team...
  • Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Build 16237 Brings Fixes For High DPI Scaling

    Things are progressing nicely with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which has now progressed to Insider Preview Build 16237. There aren’t any major additions to this newest build of the Fall Creators Update, but there are plenty of changes along the way in this build. Microsoft has updated the...
  • NVIDIA White Paper Projects MCM-GPU Future Will Outrun Moore's Law

    It's not too often we get the feeling that some of the technology that we regularly use is reaching its upper-limit, but there comes a time when new ideas need to be pushed forth in order to continue advancements. Take hard drives, for example. It almost seemed impossible to create...
  • Tesla To Build World's Largest Lithium-Ion Battery For Australian Power Grid

    Elon Musk does nothing in halves. The Tesla CEO recently promised to deliver the world’s largest lithium-ion battery to South Australia. He has also promised to build the battery in “100 days or it's free”. The 100-megawatt (129 megawatt hour) battery will be “three times more powerful” than any other...
  • Petya victims given hope by researchers

    A security firm says it has managed to decrypt files damaged by the recent Petya ransomware attack, on one infected computer. The cyber-attack caused havoc for businesses around the globe, but mainly in Ukraine. The potential solution only works if the ransomware secured administration privileges to the machine. However Positive...
  • Say What? Researchers Develop First Battery-Free Mobile Phone

    “Can you hear me now? Good.” These days, it’s uncommon for us to leave our houses without our smartphones. They’ve become an indispensable tool that we use to communicate, conduct business and “veg out” in our downtime. About the only thing worse than venturing out into the world without our...
  • Qualcomm Files Lawsuit Seeking Apple iPhone US Import Ban

    The ongoing dispute between semiconductor maker Qualcomm and electronics giant Apple over patent infringement claims has reached a boiling point. With the two firms unable to reach any sort of agreement, Qualcomm has asked U.S. trade regulators to ban iPhone imports along with other unnamed products, and to stop the...
  • CopyCat Android Malware Infiltrated 14 Million Android Devices In 2016

    Imitation may not be the sincerest or safest form of flattery. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. researchers just revealed that CopyCat Android malware infected 14 million devices worldwide in 2016, and eight million of these infected devices were also rooted. How was this malware so successful? According to Check Point...
  • Stingy Apple Bug Bounty Payouts Sends Researchers To Lucrative Gray Market Hacking

    Many technology companies have in place bug bounty programs that reward security researchers who submit discovered vulnerabilities in the products and services they offer. It is a win-win proposition in which technology companies are alerted to potentially crippling security holes, and hackers are compensated for their efforts. Apple is among...
  • Halo 5 To Receive 4K Patch For Upcoming Xbox One X Console

    Halo 5: Guardians was noticeably absent from the list of existing Xbox One games that Microsoft announced at E3 would receive a 4K upgrade for its upcoming Xbox One X console. If you were miffed at the apparent snub, we have good news—developer 343 Industries has now confirmed that a...

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