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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Commodore 64 Mini Retro Console Launches In Early 2018 With Dozens Of Classic Games

    The retro gaming wars are definitely beginning to heat up. Nintendo brought mainstream awareness to the reinvention of retro gaming consoles with the NES Classic Edition, and followed up with the SNES Classic Edition. Atari is answering with the Ataribox. And now, we have a fully licensed and miniaturized version...
  • Millions Of Macs Left Vulnerable Without Critical EFI Firmware Security Updates From Apple

    Around two years ago, researchers discovered serious firmware vulnerabilities in Mac laptops and desktops, and then developed a proof-of-concept worm to demonstrate how potentially damaging they could be. Since then, Apple has been pretty good about including EFI (extensible firmware interface) updates with its macOS security and software updates, though...
  • FCC Urges Apple To Activate Non-Existent FM Radio Chip In iPhones To Assist In Hurricane Aftermath

    Apple is under pressure from various sources to activate the FM radio in iPhone handsets, in the name of public safety. Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai is among those encouraging Apple to "step up to the plate and put the safety of the American people first." In his open...
  • Net 'not ready' for vital security update

    A plan to update the security around some of the net's core address books has been delayed. Net administrative body Icann put its plans on hold after it emerged that some ISPs and large firms were not ready to make the change. It feared that tens of millions would lose...
  • Where And How To Purchase An SNES Classic Edition Console At Launch

    Today marks the launch of the highly anticipated SNES Classic Edition, which interestingly has the same hardware inside as the NES Classic Edition that came before it. This scaled down console brings 21 retro games that many gamers grew up on and crams them into one package with no need...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Google is creating an Amazon Echo Show rival

    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 announced at WWDC 2017. These products are designed to act as standalone hubs for your digital life. Voice activation systems allow users to ask...
  • Social media terms 'jargon-busted' for teens

    A set of jargon-busting guides that teach children about their rights on social media sites has been published. Children's Commissioner Anne Longfield said Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp and YouTube had "not done enough" to clarify their policies. She simplified the websites' terms and conditions with privacy law firm Schillings. But...
  • LG V30 Android Flagship Arrives On AT&T And Verizon Wireless October 5

    If you've read our hands-on preview of the LG V30, then you know that we're incredibly excited about what the device brings to the flagship Android smartphone market. Today, we're learning that AT&T and Verizon Wireless will begin selling the LG V30 on October 5th, which is one week from...
  • Nintendo SNES Classic Edition Available In All Best Buy Stores Tomorrow, Bring A Tent

    Nintendo's highly anticipated SNES Classic Edition is will finally be available starting tomorrow. For those that preordered the retro gaming console, we hope that you'll receive your package on your doorstep over the next week or so. For those that didn’t preorder, one of the best chances of getting one...
  • New Red Dead Redemption 2 Trailer Reveals New Protagonist And Thrilling Heists

    It's been quite a while since we last discussed Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2. Back in May, the developer announced that the game had been delayed from Fall 2017 to Spring 2018. "We are very sorry for any disappointment this delay causes, but we are firm believers in delivering...

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