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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • Oki C843dn review

    Space-poor SMEs that want a compact A3 colour LED printer will be tempted by Oki's C843dn as it's probably the smallest on the market. It'll also please the budget-conscious amongst them as it's one the cheapest as well. Build quality isn't compromised either; the C843dn weighs in at 40kg, so...
  • Fujitsu Lifebook U937 review

    Fujitsu is one of the stalwarts of the enterprise IT industry, and has been producing fit-for-purpose laptops and PCs for decades. But, is enterprise-grade performance and functionality still enough in a world where more and more workers are demanding IT equipment that's as satisfying as the kit they use at...
  • Customer data stolen at games store Cex

    Second-hand gadget and video games retailer Cex has said up to two million customers have had their data stolen in an online breach. The company said the stolen data included customers' names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and some old credit card information. It has urged customers to change their...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Echo now supports grocery ordering and Sonos-like multi-room streaming

    The sci-fi vision of a connected home is quickly becoming a reality: both Amazon and Google have launched smart assistants, with an Apple offering based on Siri was announced at WWDC 2017. These products are designed to act as standalone hubs for your digital life. Voice activation systems allow users to...
  • Snapchat: We call police to check facts

    Snapchat has said its in-house team of journalists play a key role in helping it cover the news accurately. As an example, the social network told the BBC it had fact-checked user-generated coverage from the recent Charlottesville protests with local police before highlighting the posts. The approach contrasts with that...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Echo now supports grocery ordering and Sonos-like multi-room streaming

    The sci-fi vision of a connected home is quickly becoming a reality: both Amazon and Google have launched smart assistants, with an Apple offering based on Siri was announced at WWDC 2017. These products are designed to act as standalone hubs for your digital life. Voice activation systems allow users to...
  • Google ARCore Brings Android Augmented Reality To The Masses On Mainstream Devices

    Android is easily the largest mobile platform in the world far surpassing Windows Mobile with its scant 0.1% market share globally. Android also easily dominates iOS, which holds 14.7% market share according to research firm IDC. There are over two billion active Android devices and Google has announced that its...
  • WireX DDoS Botnet Forces Google To Remove 300 Android Apps From Play Store

    It's been an unfortunately busy few weeks for Android vulnerabilities. Earlier in the month, we wrote about SonicSpy, a grandiose piece of malware that could gain an incredible amount of control over your device - including, of course, being able to record your audio. Just last week, we followed-up with...
  • Intel Xeon W Processors Likely Brains And Brawn Behind New iMac Pro, Other Top Workstations

    Intel is ready to assault the workstation market with the release of new processors that are part of the Xeon W family. Intel claims that the Xeon W series processors up to 1.36x times faster than their previous generation counterparts, and are up to 1.87x faster than chips from four...
  • AMD’s Llano APU Disaster Could End With $30 Million Class Action Settlement

    Llano has once again surfaced from the murky deaths to make headlines in the tech world. The last time we talked about AMD’s Llano Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), AMD investors filed a lawsuit against the company regarding its hyping up the product’s 2011 launch. “[AMD] repeatedly highlighted the strong and...

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