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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Google ARCore Takes Center Stage As Project Tango AR Platform Heads For Retirement

    Google announced that it is closing the door on Project Tango, the augmented reality platform it introduced in 2014 in effort to bring AR experiences to mobile devices, particularly smartphones. Though as the saying goes, when one door closes another one opens. That is the case here as well—in place...
  • Amazon Digital Day Returns December 29 With Savings Up To 80%

    For regular Amazon shoppers -- and who isn't these days -- you'll be happy to know that the online retail giant is bringing back its Digital Day. If you're already familiar with Amazon Prime Day, then think of Digital Day as the "digital" equivalent of that sales spectacular. According to...
  • Facebook To Penalize Tacky Posts That Beg For Likes And Shares, Cleaning-Up News Feeds

    Facebook is a mixed bag, isn't it? On one hand, Facebook is a wonderful platform for keeping in touch with old friends and family members when you're separated by distance. Through the wonders of social media, you can stay plugged into the lives of people who might otherwise be lost...
  • Twitter suspends Britain First leaders

    Twitter has suspended the accounts of two leaders of a British far-right party shortly after revising its rules on hate speech. Paul Golding, Britain First's leader, and Jayda Fransen, his deputy, can no longer tweet and their past posts no longer appear. The party's official Twitter page has suffered the...
  • Mozilla Retreats After Mr. Robot Firefox Extension User Backlash

    We could have told Mozilla that installing an extension on its Firefox browser to promote a niche TV series would be a bad idea, but nobody from Mozilla asked us. Mozilla should have known this too. Now it does, on hindsight, following a backlash from angry Firefox users who discovered...
  • AMD's Next Gen Navi GPU Architecture Found Referenced In Linux Drivers

    This has been a big year for AMD, there is no doubt about that. Having launched a new CPU and GPU architectures (Zen and Vega, respectively), the company thrust itself back into relevancy in the high-end market, whereas previously the top shelf was the exclusive domain of rival Intel. So...
  • Samsung Patent Filing Shows Folding Dual Screen Galaxy Device

    There have been plenty of rumors and leaks about a Samsung Galaxy device with a folding screen flying around over the last few months. A new patent application surfaced recently that outlines a folding Galaxy device with two screens. It looks very much like the device in Microsoft's patent with dual...
  • Russia meddled on Twitter after UK terror attacks, study says

    Suspected Russia-linked Twitter accounts were used to "extend the impact and harm" of four 2017 terrorist attacks in the UK, a study says. Cardiff University researchers have found hundreds of related messages in 47 accounts previously tied to Russia. Some posts were anti-Muslim in nature, while others were critical of...
  • Microsoft Rewards Kind-Hearted Boy Who Gave Up His Xbox To Donate Blankets To Homeless

    A 9-year-old boy from Ashland County, Ohio recently gave up his Christmas wish of an Xbox One X to make the cold winter months more bearable for the homeless population in his area. That boy is Mikah Frye, and his grandmother originally planned to purchase him an Xbox One X...
  • Top 10 storage and backup stories of 2017

    The most prominent trend of 2017 in storage and backup was the rise of hyper-converged infrastructure. First it emerged for primary use cases, with compute and storage in a single node that could be scaled out to build hyper-converged clusters. Then backup product makers started to sell appliances built on...

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