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Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • HSBC Beta app will 'nudge' over-spenders

    HSBC UK is testing a new smartphone app that will help people track what they spend money on, and will "nudge" them if they exceed their spending limits. Customers will also be able to add accounts from 21 rivals including Lloyds and NatWest, to keep track of all their balances...
  • Where the device hits the network – a mobile device management update

    Enterprises have become much more mobile over the past decade. In fact, mobility has fast become a major priority, both in terms of customer and stakeholder engagement and also worker mobility. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and...
  • This Ultra Pixel Premium Flagship Just Might Be Google's Answer To The Apple iPhone X

    What do we have here? Everyone has been so focused on Google's upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones, that no one stopped to think that the company might have something even more "premium" in development. Well, today, a fresh leak suggests that Google might be working on a...
  • Internet Explorer Flaw Exposes Everything You Type In The Address Bar

    Well this is unsettling news—a security researcher has discovered a bug in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser that allows remote hackers to view anything and everything you type in the address bar, including web addresses, search terms, and any other text. If you are still using IE as your browser of...
  • Nintendo SNES Classic Edition Teardown Reveals Same Hardware As NES Classic

    The SNES Classic Edition may look different than the NES Classic Edition, and obviously the two miniaturized consoles run a different set of games. But on the inside, the two systems are exactly the same, at least in regards to the core hardware. The only difference is the fit—Nintendo carved...
  • Google Assistant Officially Launches On NVIDIA SHIELD TV With Latest Update

    NVIDIA is launching a new update today for the SHIELD TV, which it says is the most important update in the last two years the device has been available. There are several important new capabilities added to SHIELD TV in this update with perhaps the biggest being Google Assistant support...
  • iPhone 8 A11 Bionic CPU Edged-Out By Galaxy Note 8 In Real World Tests Due To RAM Starvation

    Apple fans are not going to like this, but despite all of the hype surrounding the company's custom A11 Bionic processor, Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is faster than the iPhone 8 Plus in real-world usage, according to a series of app loading tests. The results run counter to what we...
  • More Google Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL Specs Leak Prior To October 4th Launch

    We are down to less than a week to go before Google lifts the veil on its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handsets. There have been numerous leaks and rumors surrounding these second generation Pixel phones up to this point, though as we head into the homestretch, more specifications...
  • Maxta adds Red Hat in plan to help customers dodge ‘VMware tax’

    Hyper-converged infrastructure maker Maxta has announced it now supports the Red Hat Virtualization hypervisor and can allow customers to migrate data from VMware to Red Hat or run VM in both environments. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content...
  • Essential Phone Makes Floptastic Sprint Debut With Just 5,000 Units Sold Since Launch

    When the father of Android, Andy Rubin, launched the Essential Phone recently, most of us expected great things. The phone certainly looks appealing with thin bezels and good looks. Last month the white version was delayed, but black versions were still shipping quickly. However, a new report has surfaced that...

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