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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Chrome 64 For Android Automatically Shortens Messy URLs Via Share Menu

    Sharing links on mobile devices can be a pain in the backside. It's not overly difficult, mind you, but in some cases the URL you are trying to share is stupid long. You then have a choice—share it anyway and clutter up your chat message (or email), or take the...
  • Qualcomm Sweetens Offer For NXP Semiconductors To $44 Billion

    Qualcomm on Tuesday increased its bid to buy NXP Semiconductors, agreeing to pay $127.50 for each share of the Dutch chipmaker. The revised amount is 16 percent higher than what Qualcomm originally proposed last October, which at the time stood at $110 per share. Qualcomm's amended agreement is an aggressive...
  • Samsung's PM1643 SSD Hulk Smashes All Rivals With Colossal 30TB Of Storage

    If you need ultra-fast storage for your computing needs, the obvious solution is, of course, a solid state drive (SSD). If you need an incredible amount of storage, where speed isn't exactly your first priority, a high-capacity hard disk drive (HDD) will probably fit the bill. But what if you...
  • Sony Is Launching Japanese Ride-Hailing Service As Uber Ponders Similar Action

    When you think of Sony, you would probably think about the PlayStation 4 game console and digital cameras first and foremost (and if you're a bit older, maybe the Walkman). Sony is very diversified, and a report is making the rounds that claims Sony is set to launch a ride-hailing service...
  • Nintendo Switch Turned Into Working Linux Tablet Via Unpatchable Hack

    Just over a week ago we talked about an exploit that took advantage of an unpatchable flaw in existing Switch consoles to run Linux on Nintendo's latest. At the time, there were a lot of folks out there wondering what the point of that hack was. However, the value comes in...
  • Exposed Amazon cloud storage clients get tip-off alerts

    Security researchers have posted "friendly warnings" to users of Amazon's cloud data storage service whose private content has been made public, the BBC has learned. The BBC found almost 50 warnings posted to the firm's servers. Many had more than one warning uploaded to them. The messages urged owners to...
  • 'Upskirting' should be criminal offence, campaigners say

    The government should criminalise "upskirting" as a sexual offence, say campaigners, after police data showed one complainant was 10 years old. The practice of covertly photographing under the skirts of women is not recognised as a specific offence. There have been just 11 charges related to upskirting since 2015, a...
  • Bitcoin Rebounds Past $11,000 As Anonymous Investor Pours $400 Million Into The Cryptocurrency

    Bitcoin is on the upward swing of its current rollercoaster ride, rebounding above $11,000 -- a price that it hasn't seen since January. After soaring to nearly $20,000 in December, the cryptocurrency has crashed hard in the past two months. At one point earlier this month, Bitcoin was trading below...
  • Today Is The Last Day To Get $200 Off The Microsoft Surface Pro

    Last week, Microsoft announced that it would be lopping $200 off the price of its Surface Pro to celebrate the 2-in-1 convertible’s 5th anniversary. Well, that promotion has been ongoing since the start of the weekend, and unfortunately has to come to an end today. Microsoft's current $200-off offer, unlike...
  • Monster Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9+ Leak Spills Tasty Press Images And Final Specs

    As is often the case when it comes to such a popular device like Samsung's Galaxy S series, the leaks for the 2018 renditions have been coming in at a fast and furious pace. Today, we have numerous new press images of both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. These...

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