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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Mozilla Engineer Reveals Magic Behind Firefox 57 Quantum That Makes It So Fast

    Mozilla surprised a lot of people with Firefox 57, also known as Quantum. While it is customary for browser makers to hype up speed improvements with each new major update, oftentimes it's tough to tell a difference outside of running some benchmarks. Not so with the new and improved Firefox...
  • LG V30 Gets Tasty Android 8.0 Oreo Update Starting Today

    It didn't arrive in time for Christmas, but we aren't going to rag on LG for finally delivering the Android 8.0 Oreo update for V30 owner (the OS officially launched on August 21st). The OS has been available in preview form for V30 owners in LG's home market of South...
  • OnePlus 5 To Gain Popular Face Unlock Feature From Flagship OnePlus 5T

    Are you still unlocking your smartphone with a PIN or some other scheme that requires tapping or swiping the display? Maybe you've moved on to a fingerprint scanner. Either way, how primitive! Well, not really, but there does seem to be a hard push towards facial recognition. Apparently enough OnePlus...
  • Microsoft Andromeda Surface Device With Folding Display Teased Again In Patent Filing

    More evidence has emerged pointing to Microsoft releasing a Surface Phone next year. The latest hint comes in the form of another patent application detailing a bit of additional information pertaining a foldable Andromeda device. In the patent, Microsoft talks about the increased demand that exists for larger displays, and...
  • Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus Tipped To Keep Venerable 3.5mm Headphone Port

    If you are a Samsung fan and are looking forward to more details on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus that are expected early next year, a new leak has given up some additional information on the devices. According to this leak, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus smartphones will...
  • iPhone X Q1 2018 Shipment Forecast Slashed On Alleged Poor Christmas Demand

    Analysts are hitting Apple and its suppliers hard this week, alleging that shipment forecasts for the high-end iPhone X smartphone have been slashed for Q1 2018. The reduced shipping forecast comes on the heels of lackluster demand for the high-end smartphone at the end of the holiday shopping season. Analyst...
  • Amazon Alexa Unwraps Christmas Radio Skill To Help DJ Your Christmas Festivities

    Christmas means a lot of things to a lot of people, and for many, one of those things is large family gatherings. This is a time of year when many families finally get to see each other all at once, instead of sporadically throughout the year. Inevitably, large gatherings do...
  • Almost 40,000 Watch Overwatch Director Sit Motionless In Front Of A Christmas Fire, Then Mic Drop

    Way back in 2015 (remember it?), Parks and Recreation's Nick Offerman sat in front of a fireplace for a solid 45 minutes, sipping Lagavulin scotch. At the time, opinions differed on whether the pseudo advertisement was creative, effective, or just outright dull. It left a mark, regardless, and it seems...
  • Ho Ho Ho! Tesla ‘Santa Mode’ Christmas Present Discovered In Recent Software Update

    It may be time for Christmas and other December holidays, but Tesla has decided to inject some Easter into the current season. Just days ago, the company released yet another Easter egg; and this time, it couldn't be more appropriate (assuming you celebrate Christmas, of course). Once the latest Easter...
  • Facebook Tool Shows If You Were Influenced By Russian Fake News Troll Army

    Facebook has rolled out a new tool that allows you to see if you liked any information that was linked to the Russian accounts accused of having been influential during the 2016 U.S. Presidential election. According to U.S. intelligence agencies, the Russian government exploited social media, particularly targeting Facebook,to influence...

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