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Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Google faces mass legal action in UK over data snooping

    Google is being taken to court, accused of collecting the personal data of millions of users, in the first mass legal action of its kind in the UK. It focuses on allegations that Google unlawfully harvested information from 5.4 million UK users by bypassing privacy settings on their iPhones. The...
  • Amazon Launches DeepLens AI Camera With Machine Learning Muscle For Developers

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been firing on all cylinders lately. Last week, the company announced a new Secret Region for U.S. intelligence agencies, and this week it has announced a new camera that will help businesses leverage the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI). Meet AWS DeepLens, which is a...
  • Microsoft Announces Massive Redmond Campus Expansion And Up To 8,000 New Workers

    Microsoft has announced some major construction plans at its Redmond campus. It's not building a spaceship campus as Apple did, but it will be adding 18 new buildings and up to 8,000 more workers to the payroll. Microsoft says that the massive expansion might not be completed until 2025. Microsoft...
  • Microsoft Reveals Windows 10 Installs Now Top 600 Million Globally

    Microsoft had lofty ambitions for the adoption rate of its Windows 10 operating system when it was released back in 2015. After all, Windows 10 was initially made available as a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8.x users (and it is still available for free for a limited...
  • UPDATE: Apple Release Patch For Embarrassing MacOS High Sierra Admin Access Exploit

    Updated November 29th at 11:52am Apple has issued a patch for the macOS High Sierra security exploit, less than 24 hours after it was made public. It is addressed in Security Update 2017-001, which Apple encourages all macOS High Sierra users to download immediately. Apple describes the security incident, writing...
  • MIT Desktop 3D Printer Technology Cranks Out Builds Up To 10X Faster Than Other Rigs

    Most consumers do not own a 3D printer, though perhaps one day that will change. For now, 3D printing at home remains a niche obsession, however the barriers of entry have started to come down with some models focusing on ease-of-use and others aiming for relatively low price points. Some...
  • Google Promises Fix For Pixel 2 And Pixel 2 XL LTE Random Reboot Bug

    Owners of Google's flagship Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices can't seem to catch a break. It seems there has been one annoying issue after another, such as the distracting, high-pitched buzzing sounds that some users observed emanating from the earpiece, and inaccurate battery life estimates, to name a...
  • Datrium’s hybrid Cloud DVX brings off-site mirror of NVMe storage

    NVMe-focused storage hardware maker Datrium has added the ability to run its compute and storage nodes in Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud as a backup option for its customers. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special...
  • Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Live Stream Canceled So Bungie Can Address Gamer Outrage

    Many Destiny 2 gamers are not particularly happy with how the title turned out and they have been making a stink about it. Bungie caught a whiff and as a result has decided to cancel today's livestream showcasing the game's upcoming expansion, Curse of Osiris. It was to be the...
  • Here's How To Remove HP Touchpoint Analytics Client Spyware Which Is Installing On PCs Without Permission

    Some HP laptop customers are outraged over the discovery a piece of hidden software that is getting installed and running without their consent. It is a Windows telemetry serviced called HP Touchpoint Analytics Client that harvests telemetry information that is used by HP Touchpoint's analytical services. it seems to send...

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