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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Epic Games' Fortnite Goof Proves Sony Is The Only Roadblock To Xbox One And PS4 Cross-Play

    Evidence recently started mounting that something interesting was afoot in Fortnight, a game developed by Epic Games that is available for both Xbox One and PS4. The first indications of cross-play between the Xbox One and PS4 for this particular title came when PS4 gamers noted that there were players...
  • Waymo Turns To Intel For Self-Driving Car Technology Roadmap Collaboration

    Automotive manufacturers and technology firms all around the world are working hard towards an autonomous future for a number of reasons. One of the biggest is that an autonomous car with an infrastructure to allow it to communicate with other cars is safer; which means fewer accidents, less traffic, and...
  • Apple's New iPhones And A11 Bionic CPU Annihilate Geekbench Scores From All Android Phones To Date

    In the aftermath of Apple's introduction of three new iPhone models early last week, we got our first taste of Apple’s A11 Bionic processor domination via a leaked Geekbench score. The results showed a device with six cores and a "mere" 3GB of RAM absolutely killing it with single- and...
  • What Is Blockchain And Why You Should Care

    What is a blockchain? When considering cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum, it's best to first understand that underlying technology and practice that makes their existence possible. At its core, a blockchain is a what is described as a "shared ledger" technology that is used to record the complete history of...
  • Microsoft confirms Outlook issues

    Microsoft has confirmed that some users of its email service Outlook are unable to send email or access their accounts. Hundreds from around Europe have commented on the website Downdetector that they have been affected by the problem - many since Monday morning. One common issue seems to be that...
  • Sprint Giving Away Free iPhone 8 With New Contract And A Newish Trade-In

    A little less than a week ago, Apple introduced the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which bring meaningful upgrades to their immediate predecessors, and the all-new iPhone X, which represents a complete rethink of iPhone flagship design. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus retail for $699 and $799...
  • Battleborn Devs Pull Plug On Future Updates After Free-to-Play Shift

    The developers at Gearbox have one final update in store for Battleborn, and then no more. Randy Varnell, creative director of Battleborn at Gearbox and self-proclaimed senior nerd, made the announcement in a blog post while simultaneously apologizing to fans for the delay in pushing out what will be the...
  • Motorola Reportedly Reneges On Delicious Moto G4 Android Oreo Update

    It has been about a month since Google released Android 8.0 Oreo and now the wait is on for Android device owners to receive the update. Unfortunately for Moto G4 owners, there is a cloud of uncertainty that hangs over their handset. This is despite Motorola's previous promise that the...
  • Samsung Finally Grants Galaxy S8 Users Ability To Disable Bixby Button

    It appears that Samsung is finally caving to the wishes of its customers and giving Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners to ability to disable the button that summons Bixby, the company's own digital assistant. Now all Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners are seeing seeing the new toggle, however...
  • Hackers Used CCleaner Security App As Malware Host For Nearly A Month

    Users of the popular CCleaner program by Piriform are being advised to update the application after researchers at Cisco's Talos division discovered hackers had hidden malware inside. The contaminated utility served as a beacon call for additional forms of malware—using a backdoor, an attacker could run code from a remote...

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