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Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Amazon Acquires Smart Camera And Video Doorbell Company Blink

    Amazon is making another big play for the smart home market, and is already well entrenched in millions of homes with its Echo family of AI smart speakers. Devices like the Echo, Echo Dot and Echo Show allow you to control a multitude of smart devices like thermostats, door locks...
  • Cape Networks Wireless Sensor

    SMBs need to keep their wireless networks in tip-top shape but most find dedicated monitoring and analysis products far too complex and expensive. Cape Networks comes to their rescue as its wireless sensor gathers a wealth of information about their networks, presents it in a superbly designed cloud portal and...
  • Google Pixel 2 XL Woes Continue With Complaints Of Odd Buzzing Sound From Speakers

    It seems as though Google just can't catch a break with its Pixel 2 family of smartphones. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL launched two months ago and fresh out of the gate there were issues regarding audio, devices shipping without their Android operating system, and OLED burn-in. Now...
  • Opera 50 To Bolster Defenses Against In-Browser Monero Cryptojacking

    Everyone is flipping out over cryptocurrency after seeing Bitcoin continue to skyrocket in value (the recent dip notwithstanding). It seems everyone wants a piece of the action, including some website owners, who have started injecting digital coin mining code on webpages. When you visit one of these sits, it taps...
  • PUBG's Second Xbox One Patch Addresses Serious Performance And Stability Issues

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), the highly popular battle royale shooter that has taken the gaming community by storm, only launched to Xbox One less than two weeks ago. Be that as it may, the developers have been busy cleaning up the code and tweaking the experience. The game's first patch for...
  • Alienware Area-51 Threadripper Edition Review: Revisiting A Megatasking Beast

    When we looked at Dell's Alienware Area-51 Threadripper Edition gaming desktop earlier this year, the machine was still technically in a pre-production state. Though we took you on a preliminary guided tour of the system, we felt it premature to look at it under our full-review lens. At that point...
  • Civilization VI Arrives On iPad With Unheard Of $60 Price Tag

    Apple iPad owners who are used to paying just a few dollars for non-free mobile games might be in for a bit of sticker shock if they plan on playing Sid Meier's Civilization VI on their tablet. The turn-based strategy title was developed by Firaxis Games and published to PC...
  • Apple Tipped To Integrate EKG Heart Monitor Into Next Gen Apple Watch

    There has been a lot of talk recently about Apple trying to move the Apple Watch from simply being a fashion wearable to a legitimate medical device with the integration of heart monitoring features. The KardiaBand heart EKG accessory is already available and FDA approved to allow at-risk people to...
  • Reindeer hunted by wolverines get safety app

    Reindeer, who fall prey to wolverines, wolves and lynx, are being fitted with sensors to protect them. It makes it easier for herders to track the animals across the remote Lapland forests where they roam. Sensors around the necks of the female reindeer are linked to the herders' smartphones, allowing...
  • Apple faces lawsuits over slowed iPhones

    Two class action lawsuits have been launched against Apple in the US following the tech giant's admission that it slows down older models of the iPhone as they age. Apple has said that it did this to "prolong the life" of the devices and maximise diminishing battery power. The lawsuits...

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