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Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • Apple engineer 'fired' over early iPhone X leak

    Apple has reportedly fired one of its engineers after his daughter posted a video of the iPhone X before the official launch. The YouTube video was shot on the Apple campus in September when the young woman met her father for lunch. The video was widely shared after being spotted...
  • Microsoft's Xbox One Will Soon Save Your Console Settings In The Cloud

    One of the great things about the current generation of consoles like the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One is that both Sony and Microsoft have steadily improved their capabilities with software updates over the years. In the case of Microsoft, it has just released a new alpha firmware update...
  • Speedrunner Beats Wolfenstein 2 In Under 80 Minutes And How To Skip Intro Scenes

    There are two camps when it comes to FPS titles today, there are those who are only in it for the multiplayer action and those who only want a sweet and long single player campaign and story line because getting fragged by foul-mouthed trash-talkers online ruins the fun (or maybe...
  • Facebook Once Again Forced To React To Rumors It's Eavesdropping On You

    Perception can be more powerful than reality, and right now there is a strong perception that Facebook spies on its users, even going so far as to listen in on conversations using a device's microphone. But is that really the case? The answer is no, according to Facebook—Rob Goldman, the...
  • Apple Terminates RF Engineer After Daughter's iPhone X Video Goes Viral On YouTube

    Over the last few weeks you might have seen a video floating around from a girl whose father worked for Apple. The first video that started all the hubbub centered on the girl and her father, who at the time was employed at Apple as an RF engineer (and states...
  • Final Fantasy 15 Minimum PC Specs Reveal Modest Min And Recommended Configs

    Well here is some good news for fans of the Final Fantasy franchise. When Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition finally arrives on PC next year, it will not require a monster setup to run. Square Enix revealed the game's minimum and recommended system requirements on the title's listing in the...
  • Comcast And Big Telecom Spend $200K To Block Small Colorado Town From Exploring Municipal Broadband

    Monopolies and wild animals are similar in that when you corner them, they will attack. While a bear will eat you, the big telecom monopolies that exist in many states will attack with money spent trying to block anything that might mean more competition for their services. In many areas...
  • Leaked Kohl's Black Friday Ad Highlights Killer Deals On PS4 And Xbox One S

    The biggest shopping day of the year is nearly upon us. We are of course talking about Black Friday, the annual shopping bonanza where stores lure hordes of eager customers with deep discounts. Surprisingly enough, some of the best deals in tech might be found at Kohl's. A leaked flyer...
  • Gigabyte’s Armor-Plated X399 DESIGNARE EX Ryzen Threadripper Motherboard Now Available

    If you're planning to go the Ryzen Threadripper route with your new build, but haven't yet settled on a motherboard choice, Gigabyte has thrown yet another option onto the pile. While most Threadripper motherboards released up to this point are noteworthy in their own right, the new X399 DESIGNARE EX...
  • Facebook denies 'listening' to conversations

    A Facebook executive has denied the social network uses a device's microphone to listen to what users are saying and then send them relevant ads. Rob Goldman, the tech giant's vice-president of ads, was responding to a tweet by PJ Vogt, the presenter of a tech podcast called Reply All...

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