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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus Images Leak Confirming Evolutionary Design

    Well, here they are: Samsung's Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ flagships, which are will debut on February 25th at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018) in Barcelona, Spain. The latest leak come courtesy of our favorite insider, Evan Blass. It goes without saying, but the 5.8-inch Galaxy S9 is on...
  • Acer-Branded Chrome OS Tablet Spotted At BETT Show In London

    We have seen an influx of Chromebooks in recent weeks, with both Dell and Lenovo launching new models primarily aimed at the education segment. These laptops run Google's cloud-oriented Chrome OS, offering students and teachers a low cost alternative to a Windows machine, but what about tablets? So for no...
  • Dell's USB-C 6-In-1 Mobile Adapter Delivers Video, LAN And Data Connections In Convenient Puck Form

    Perhaps one day in the future, all of our digital connections will be wireless, eliminating the need for wires and cables entirely. In the here and now, however, there are a plethora of devices that require a physical connection. To help wrangle them all, Dell has designed a portable, puck-shaped...
  • Google Home Gains Ground On Amazon Echo With Blockbuster Holiday 2017 Sales

    Google has carved out a significant chunk of the smart home speaker market with its Home speaker line, which now accounts for nearly a third of all installed home automation devices, according to data and analysis by Consumer Intelligence Researcher Partners (CIRP). Just as importantly, Google has managed to shrink...
  • McLaren 570S MSO X Is A Road Legal Racecar With GT4 Roots

    McLaren has a long history of making some of the coolest and best-performing supercars on the planet. The last hyper exotic that the company rolled out was the Senna, but McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has announced that it has built a series of ten MSO X cars that were inspired by...
  • Google Unveils Bulletin Hyperlocal Community News Sharing Service And Mobile App

    Google is testing a new mobile app that it hopes will make it easier for people to stay plugged in to what is going on in their communities. The app is called Bulletin, and it lets users spread the news of what is happening around them. You can sort of...
  • Intel To Deliver Processor Silicon Fix For Spectre And Meltdown But Is It Enough?

    If you regularly follow tech -- which we're quite sure you do -- then you likely know all about the alarming Spectre and Meltdown chip vulnerabilities that were first revealed just a few weeks ago. The good news is that software and hardware partners from around the globe have worked to issue...
  • Google Rolls Out Improved User Control Over Ads You See

    We've all been there, you look at a product that catches your eye and add it your cart to see what shipping would be. You decide the product isn't for you and move on with your day. The problem is that the reminder ads that pop up on every website...
  • Google's pestering ads get 'mute' button

    Google will now let people "mute" advertisements that encourage them to buy products from websites they have previously visited. So-called reminder ads track which products people have looked at online and then promote them across the web. Google said reminder ads were "useful" but said it wanted to give people...
  • Facebook and Google criticised by George Soros

    The billionaire investor George Soros has criticised tech "monopolies" such as Facebook and Google, calling them a threat to democracy. At his annual dinner at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Mr Soros warned that social media platforms were "obstacles to innovation". He raised concerns about their power to shape...

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