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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Google Offers Pixelbook And Samsung Chromebook Plus/Pro Owners 6 Months Of Free Netflix

    Around here, we like to think that free is good... for the most part. That is definitely the case with this new promotion in which Google has teamed up with Netflix to provide owners of certain Chromebooks a sweet deal on unlimited video streaming. If you own a Google Pixelbook...
  • Apple iPhone X Is Allegedly Liberally Sharing Face ID Data With Apps

    One of the fancy new features of the iPhone X has repeatedly come under fire. We are talking about Face ID, the biometric security feature that Apple touted as being highly secure. Face ID allows iPhone X users to sign into their phones without entering a password or PIN code...
  • Facebook Launches Messenger Kids With Strict Parental Controls For Children Under 13

    Facebook is rolling out a preview of Messenger Kids, a new standalone messaging app designed specifically for children who are under 13-years-old. The aim is to provide a safe way for children to video chat and message with family and friends, with parents having access to strict parental controls to...
  • LOL OMG! Text Messaging Just Celebrated Its 25th Birthday

    Nearly a billion text messages are sent every hour, and that does not take into account app-to-app messaging. Overall, some 8 trillion (yes, TRILLION!) texts are sent each year, which again does not include app-to-app messages. For better or worse, texting has become a part of everyday life, and it...
  • Intel Cascade Lake-X Enthusiast Processors Coming Q4 2018 According To Roadmap Leak

    This has been a busy year for both Intel and AMD, both of which have released numerous new processors, including a range of high-end desktop (HEDT) chips for enthusiasts. As 2017 comes to an end, a newly leaked roadmap suggests Intel will be content to ride its Skylake-X architecture through...
  • Samsung's Folding Screen Smartphone Allegedly Confirmed For 2018 Launch

    We have been hearing rumors for a while now about a Samsung smartphone that features a folding screen. The rumors peg the device to debut next year and so far, reports indicate that the folding smartphone could be unveiled at CES next month. A new report has come in that...
  • Google To Build 'Landscraper' London HQ Becoming Longest Property In The UK

    Google first said that it would be building a new London HQ way back in 2013. That new HQ will be built at the King's Cross Central devolvement and plans for the structure have now been unveiled. Google's new HQ will likely be the longest property in the UK when...
  • Xerox DocuMate 6440 review

    The DocuMate 6440 from Xerox is geared up for SMBs faced with a paper mountain, combining a fast 60ppm scan speed with a big 80-page ADF and 6,000-page daily duty cycle. Teaming this USB 2 scanner up with Xerox' OneTouch on the host PC also makes light work of automated...
  • Regulator warns MPs over shared passwords

    The UK's data privacy regulator has cautioned MPs about sharing work computer passwords. It follows tweets by two Conservative Party MPs over the weekend claiming that they had provided their staff with access to their login details. Sharing passwords is not a breach of the UK's Data Protection Act. But...
  • Apple Mac security issue may reoccur

    A software fix Apple released to close a serious Mac security bug may not have fixed the problem on some machines. The bug meant anyone with physical access to a Mac running High Sierra could get admin access to the machine. Wired magazine has found that the bug returns if...

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