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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus Gain Early FCC Certification

    Do you need any further proof that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ flagships are right around the corner? Well, both smartphones recently made a visit to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with SM-G960F and SM-G965F designations for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ respectively. We should note that...
  • Facebook Apologizes For Uneven Content Moderation That Allows Hate Speech To Fester

    Facebook has policies in place that are intended to curb bad behavior, including hate speech. Yet horrible things get posted on the social network (and other places on the web, such as Twitter), sometimes seemingly faster than moderators can remove them. Part of the problem is that the battle never...
  • Samsung, LG Join Chorus Of Android OEMs That Don't Throttle Older Phones

    Lithium-ion batteries degrade over time, that is just the way is, unfortunately. To deal with that, Apple made the unpopular decision to throttle the performance of some older iPhone models by way of an iOS update, and then hid that fact from the public until a collection of benchmarks essentially...
  • Apple Apologizes But Still Fights Against Right To Repair iPhones, Sorry Not Sorry

    After getting caught with its hand in the cookie jar, Apple came out and offered an apology of sorts for anyone who felt "let down" by its decision to throttle performance on iPhone devices with degraded batteries. As part of its mea culpa, Apple also slashed the price of its...
  • Porsche Mission E Specs Leak: 670HP And 300-Mile Range For Hot Tesla Model S Rival

    Tesla’s Model S has been roaming the streets since 2012, and has pretty much had the high-end, all-electric sedan market to itself. The car is good looking, is loaded with tech, and a P100D in Ludicrous Mode is able to rip off 0-60 times in less than 2.5 seconds. However...
  • Google Says Farewell To 2015-Era Pixel C Android Tablet

    The time has come to pour one out for the Pixel C, Google's flagship Android tablet that was introduced around two years ago. Starting at $499 for a version with 32GB of onboard storage, the Pixel C took aim at the premium tablet sector and was an alternative to Microsoft's...
  • Android Parallel Tasks Brings Background App Support To Chrome OS 64

    Chrome OS fans will soon be receiving a feature that many have been wanting since support for Android apps rolled out. The new feature is Android Parallel Tasks, and it is tipped for release in Chrome OS 64. This feature will give Chromebook users the ability to have Android apps continue...
  • 2.5 Geeks 12/28/17: iPhone Throttling, Area-51 Threadripper, AI Spies, LG V30 Oreo, Lenovo GIVEAWAY!

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  • Apple's iPhone Apology Penance Promises $29 Battery Replacements And iOS Battery Health Meter

    Late last week, Apple issued its first official statement on the brewing controversy over iPhone throttling. Today, it has greatly expounded upon those comments with an open letter to its customers. Apple starts off by addressing customers directly, writing, "We know that some of you feel Apple has let you...
  • Apple apologies for slowing iPhone batteries down

    Apple has apologised after facing criticism for admitting it deliberately slows down some ageing iPhone models. Some customers had long suspected the company used the measure to encourage people to upgrade. Apple admitted to slowing battery performance, but said the measure aimed to "prolong the life" of the devices. The...

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