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Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • YouTube Returns To Amazon Echo Show AI Assistant Following UI Dispute

    Owners of the Amazon Echo Show speaker might have been a bit miffed back in September when YouTube pulled access to its app from the device. Amazon said at the time that the reason it pulled the app from the Show was because it had violated Google's terms of service...
  • FCC Marks A December 14 Death Sentence Date For Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules

    It's official. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has officially penciled in December 14th as the date that it will roll back the net neutrality provisions that were ushered in under former Chairman Tom Wheeler. A procedural vote was held earlier this year paved that the way for this dramatic action...
  • HPE hails progress in using AI to build autonomous datacentres

    Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) claims to be getting closer to helping customers run autonomous datacentre environments with the roll-out of its artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled infrastructure management software, InfoSight. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You...
  • Iranian charged with Game of Thrones hack

    The US Department of Justice is to charge an Iranian man with hacking into HBO, leaking Game of Thrones scripts and demanding a $6m (£4.5m) ransom. Behzad Mesri is accused of accessing a computer without authorisation for the purposes of commercial advantage. Court documents allege he had worked for Iran's...
  • More than 480 web firms record 'every keystroke'

    Hundreds of web firms are tracking every single keystroke made by visitors, a study from Princeton University has suggested. The technique - known as session replay - is used by companies to gain an understanding of how customers use websites. More than 480 websites used the technique, according to the...
  • Black Friday Discounts Arrive For Google Home Smart Speaker Family And Google WiFi

    You may have noticed, but the madness that is known as Black Friday has already begun. Sure, there will be "door buster" deals later this week that require actually marching to a physical store location and fighting the crowd for what little stock is available on the most heavily discounted...
  • Black Friday bargain: Currys slashes £250 off the Surface Pro

    It's Monday, and the Black Friday 2017 deals are already coming thick and fast. That's linguistically nauseating, but is quite good for those that love a bargain - and in this case, especially if you're in the market for Microsoft's latest 2017 Surface Pro. Right now, as part of the...
  • Android Devices Are Secretly Sending Location Data To Google Regardless Of User Privacy Settings

    When it comes to your location data, sometimes you just want to keep things to yourself and not send every single data point regarding your whereabouts to the cloud. It's for this reason that companies like Apple and Google give users the option to disable location sharing; although both companies...
  • Aston Martin's 2018 Vantage Is A Sultry 503HP Sports Car With 007's License To Kill

    The Aston Martin Vantage family has been with us since 2006, so it is well past time for a thorough redesign of the V8- and V12-engined entry-level sports car from one of Britain's most storied auto manufacturers. Thankfully, Aston Martin has answered magnificently with an all-new Vantage, and well, just...
  • PowerColor's Cutstom Radeon RX Vega 64 Red Devil Is Factory Overclocked And Ready For Preorder

    Pictures of PowerColor's Radeon RX Vega 64 Red Devil graphics card leaked to the web at the tail end of last week, and if you were eager with anticipation for the card's release, we have good news. It is now available to pre-order. The only catch is that US vendors...

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