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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Facebook Can Track You After You’ve Logged Out, Not Responsible For Your Privacy Judge Rules

    Some of the biggest tech giants in the world have a not-so-stellar reputation when it comes to user privacy. Facebook, the largest social networking site on this or presumably any other planet, is one of them. Facebook is known to track its users' online habits, even when logged out of...
  • Colorware's Nintendo Switch Classic Joy-Cons Channel Original Retro NES Design

    I am not one for using hashtags (being an old curmudgeon and all), but I was going to tweet about Colorware's new Joy-Con controllers for the Nintendo Switch, I would have to include "#respect" in my post. The company's customized controllers are throwbacks to the original Nintendo Entertainment System (NES...
  • Amazon images broken by Photobucket's 'ransom demand'

    Thousands of images promoting goods sold on Amazon and other shopping sites have been removed after a photo-sharing service changed its terms. Ebay and Etsy have also been affected, in addition to many forums and blogs. The problem has been caused by Photobucket introducing a charge for allowing images hosted...
  • Apple iPhone 8 Allegedly Adopting 3D Facial Scanning To Replace Touch ID

    Rumors and speculation are swirling over what features will make their way into the iPhone 8, the next flagship from Apple and the one that will represent a decade of iPhone design evolution. Much of the chatter has been focused on login security—following a note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi...
  • Silicon Valley investor resigns after harassment claims

    The founder of Silicon Valley-based venture capitalist firm 500 Startups has resigned following sexual harassment claims by several women. Dave McClure announced his resignation in a blog entitled: "I'm a creep. I'm sorry." Entrepreneur Sarah Kunst had claimed in the New York Times that Mr McClure sent inappropriate messages after...
  • Toshiba asks US court to reject Western Digital injunction request

    Toshiba asked a US court on Monday to dismiss the Western Digital injunction preventing the sale of its chips business, claiming that the court has no jurisdiction to grant it. The Japanese tech giant handed a letter to the court in which it claimed the Californian court lacks jurisdiction over...
  • Why AMD Ryzen hasn't boosted its market share by 10%

    AMD's new Ryzen chips appear to have driven an 8% boost in the company's market share against rival Intel, according to benchmark data collected by PassMark Software. PassMark uses data collated through its PerformanceTest benchmarking tool to keep a running tally of the how the two major x86 processor companies stack...
  • Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 Timeline Feature Won’t Be Ready For Fall Creators Update

    When Microsoft officially announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update back in early May, one of the most highly anticipated features was Timeline. Similar in concept to “Continuity” integration with iOS and macOS, Timeline allows you to start a task on one Windows 10 device, and complete the them without...
  • AMD Radeon Vega Official Driver Support Comes To Linux Kernel 4.12

    All major Linux kernel releases carry a handful of special updates, but there are some that are still a lot more notable than others. Linux 4.12 is one of those kernels, with even Linus Torvalds stating that it's one of the "bigger releases historically". A big reason for that? Well...
  • Apple iPhone 8 Might Forgo In-Display Touch ID Says KGI Analyst

    The upcoming iPhone 8’s fingerprint sensor is turning out to be one of the biggest unknowns about the smartphone. Most rumors have centered around the iPhone 8 featuring a Touch ID sensor that is embedded within the OLED touch display. Less frequent reports suggest that the Touch ID sensor will...

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