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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • YouTube Access On Amazon Fire TV Devices Yanked Days Ahead Of Schedule

    If you're an Amazon Fire TV owner, it looks as though your access to the native YouTube client is coming to an end sooner than expected. Google originally stated that access to the app would be removed from Fire TV and Echo Show devices on January 1st 2018, which is...
  • HTC And Motorola Say They Won't Throttle Phones, Meanwhile Apple Faces Criminal Suit In France

    If you've been following the tech world over the past two weeks, Apple hasn't had this much negative attention aimed at its products since the MacBook Pro battery life fiasco stirred by Consumer Reports, or perhaps the iPhone 4 "Antennagate". Apple's decision to throttle older iPhones with degraded batteries...
  • Microsoft Surface Laptop Review: Plush, Premium Design In A Competitive Category

    When Microsoft released the original Surface Pro five years ago, the mobile market was completely different – Windows tablets were an afterthought and weren’t the svelte and snappy performers you can buy today. The first-generation Surface Pro wasn’t perfect, but it was a huge step in the right direction for...
  • Microsoft Rings Death Knell For Computer Passwords With Windows Hello As The Secure Solution

    How good are you at remembering passwords? If you're like most computer users, probably not very good at all. Given the dozens (or more) websites that we interact with on a daily basis, remembering long and complicated passwords can be a chore. Some users take advantage of bowser autofill technology...
  • LG G6 Tastes Yummy Android 8.0 Oreo Goodness With Beta Software Launch

    Owners of the LG G6 are getting close to becoming part of an exclusive club of Android 8.0 Oreo users. While the G6 is still running Nougat, which shipped with the phone when it came out around nine months ago (March 2017), LG has made available an Oreo build in...
  • Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4720DWF review

    Small businesses short on office space will find Epson's WorkForce Pro WF-4720DWF a good solution, as this inkjet MFP packs plenty of features into the smallest of footprints. Combining print, copy, scan and fax functions, it claims speeds of 20ppm for mono and colour and costing a mere £112, it's...
  • LG Announces 2018 Smart Speaker Lineup With Google Assistant Integration

    One of the themes we expect to be in full force at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next month is smart speakers. Amazon leads the charge with its Echo products, and following its success, others have jumped on board the smart speaker bandwagon, including Google, Apple, Microsoft...
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Nets A Cool $102 Million In 2017, Now Has To Fly Private Secure Charter

    Apple CEO Tim Cook had a bang up year when it comes to paychecks. Cook received a 74% increase in his annual bonus for fiscal 2017 after the company posted higher revenue and net income compared to the previous fiscal year. The incentive pay that Cook earned for fiscal 2017...
  • Computer History Museum To Release Apple Lisa OS Source Code For Free Use In 2018

    The Apple Lisa was a groundbreaking machine when it launched over three decades ago in 1983. It was one of the very first commercially available computers that had a graphical user interface or GUI. More than having a slick GUI interface, the Lisa computer is known for being a massive...
  • John McAfee says his Twitter account was hacked

    John McAfee has said his Twitter account was hacked and used to promote lesser-known crypto-currencies. The cyber-security pioneer has rebuffed suggestions that the alleged incident undermined his own credentials saying: "I have no control over Twitter's security". But he also posted that he believed his mobile phone had likely been...

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