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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Choose the right wireless AP for your business

    Wireless networks are now an essential requirement for businesses that want to be more productive. The proliferation of tablets, laptops, mobiles and smartphones in the workplace means employees don't need to be tethered to their desk and can reap the benefits of increased mobility. Wired networks with structured cabling are...
  • US Air Force Backs SpaceX 'No Fault' Claim Regarding Zuma Spy Satellite Destruction

    SpaceX was sent into defense mode last week after the Zuma spy satellite, which blasted off from Cape Canaveral aboard a Falcon 9 rocket, failed to achieve orbit. The satellite reportedly tumbled back to earth, breaking apart during re-entry. However, the U.S. Air Force this week is giving a vote...
  • Firefox 58 Quantum Lands For Windows, Linux And macOS With Greater Performance

    Mozilla ended 2017 with a bang by retooling its Firefox browser with a focus on speed with the release of Firefox 57. Now called Firefox Quantum (it is okay to still refer to it as simply Firefox), Mozilla's browser is noticeably faster than previous versions—over twice as fast, according to...
  • Plex Steps Into Virtual Reality For Daydream-Equipped Android Phones

    When it comes to streaming your personal media library in your home or anywhere in the world, Plex is one of the most popular apps available to handle all of the heavy lifting. Today, Plex announced that it is expanding its reach with support for Google's Daydream VR platform. To...
  • Google I/O 2018 Teased With Delicious Pineapple Cake And Cryptic Puzzles

    Who says adventure gaming is dead? Certainly not this editor, who grew up playing classics such as Maniac Mansion, The Secrete of Monkey Island, Space Quest, and the list goes on. And certainly not Google, which turned its interactive Maps service into an adventure game of sorts to promote its...
  • GDPR worries hit cloud storage investments, says survey

    The impending arrival of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) could deal a blow to the use of the cloud to store data. That’s because GDPR dictates that organisations must be able to find and process the personal data of their customers, and for those using cloud storage it’s not a simple task...
  • Man Bites iPhone Battery Sparking Lithium-Flavored Explosion In His Mouth

    If you have ever wondered why some products contain warning labels that anyone with a lick of common sense would already know, get a load of this—an iPhone user in China was shopping for a new battery when he decided to put a potential replacement in his mouth, and bite...
  • Apple Previews iOS 11.3 With Battery Monitoring, AR Enhancements, Health Record Integration

    It’s not often that Apple previews an upcoming iOS release, especially a point release, outside of major events WWDC. However, the circumstances regarding recent events surrounding performance throttling with worn batteries on older iPhones has forced Apple's hand somewhat. So today, Apple is giving us a preview of what to...
  • Tinder's Encryption Void Leaves Your Dating Travails Visible To Stalkers

    Tinder is a popular dating app that matches people up using swipes. If you thought that all the people you were swiping left or right on were private and only you and the people you swiped knew about them, you might be wrong. Security researchers have found a flaw that...
  • Tesla and GM self-drive cars involved in road collisions

    Two vehicles reportedly engaged in self-drive modes - a Tesla Model S and a General Motors Chevy Bolt - have been involved in separate road accidents in California. Culver City's fire service said the Tesla had "ploughed into the rear" of one of its fire engines parked at the scene...

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