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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Microsoft Agrees To End Brazen Windows 10 Forced Upgrades That Incited Class Action Suit

    Operating under the premise that it is better to beg for forgiveness than to ask for permission, Microsoft for a long time bullied Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users into upgrading to Windows 10 through the use the nag screens and other means. Microsoft was even so brazen as to...
  • Microsoft Confirms Talks With Sony About Xbox One And PS4 Cross-Play

    When it comes to cross-platform play, Microsoft is "trying to lead by example," according to Aaron Greenberg, head of marketing for the company's Xbox division. And to Microsoft's credit, it has been able to bring cross-platform play to the Xbox One and Windows PCs. But what about Sony and the...
  • ASUS Announces Two New ROG Strix RX Vega 56 8GB Graphics Cards

    There are not a whole of Radeon RX Vega graphics cards to choose from at the moment (pretty typical following a launch), but that is going to change. So too will the lack of custom cooled Vega cards by AMD's hardware partners. ASUS alone is prepping a handful of Vega...
  • Intel Core i3-8350K Coffee Lake CPU Benchmark Leak Shows Strong Multi-Threaded Performance

    After announcing its 8th generation Core i7 and Core i5 mobile lineup earlier this week, we are now waiting for Intel to roll out desktop processors based on the same Coffee Lake architecture. One of the chips we are most intrigued with is the upcoming Core i3-8350K, Intel's first Core...
  • Most firms don’t test, but rely on supplier to spec storage, finds survey

    When it comes to buying storage, most customers trust the supplier or reseller to suggest the right product for the job. Meanwhile, application owners are rarely involved in purchasing decisions for storage infrastructure. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant...
  • Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16273 Introduces View Mixed Reality Feature

    Windows users taking part in the Windows Insider Program have a new version of the OS to check out. Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16273 for PC has been released via the Fast ring and Skip Ahead. This release also features some updates on how new...
  • Brexit: UK seeks data transfer pact with EU

    The UK will seek "new arrangements" with the EU in order to allow for the continued free flow of personal data, according to a government paper. It argues the UK starts from "unprecedented" alignment with EU law, but acknowledges collaboration will be needed to protect British interests. Many UK businesses...
  • May The Sports Be With You, Always: Hulu Live TV Streaming For Mac And PC Launches

    Fall is almost here, which means cooler weather (unless you live in Texas where fall weather is at least three months away) and sports to watch on TV. This is when many cord cutters start to get nervous. It's great to not have to pay that cable (or satellite) bill...
  • AccuWeather app shared users' location data

    The AccuWeather app has been updated so it no longer shares location data of people who had opted out of revealing where they were. A security researcher found that the app shared location data even when users opted out. The app collected information that was passed to another firm to...
  • Dixons Carphone warns on profit as mobile sales hit

    The owner of Carphone Warehouse and Dixons has warned that more expensive mobile phone handsets and lower EU roaming charges will hurt its profits. Shares fell 20% after it said pre-tax profits this year would be £360m to £440m, down from £501m last year. Dixons Carphone said customers were not...

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