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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Facebook to seek verification by post for election ads

    Facebook plans to send postcards in the US mail in order to verify the location of people requesting to buy adverts related to US election candidates. Katie Harbath, a director at Facebook, said at a conference that a postcard would be sent to the advertiser's address with a code, which...
  • Will Android P be called Pistachio Ice Cream?

    Android P is being referred to inside Google as Android Pistachio Ice Cream, according to reports. Each year at about this time, rumours begin to swirl about what the next version of Google's Android operating system will be called. Since 2009, Google has named its mobile operating system after a...
  • Rackspace upgrade to save $12m with Scality object storage

    Rackspace expects to make savings of $12m a year in operational expenditure (opex) costs as a result of a datacentre refresh based on Scality object storage. The move – which saw it decouple server and storage hardware – has allowed it to close an entire datacentre room and reduce server...
  • Google App Beta Rolls Out With Screenshot, Annotation And Sharing Tools Built In

    Google has been testing a screenshot tool built straight into its Google app for nearly the past year, and soon, the feature is finally going to become available to a worldwide audience. With this new feature, Google doesn't take over a device's screenshot capabilities, but instead grabs on to the images...
  • System Shock Reboot Gets Put On Hold In Total Buzzkill For Kickstarter Backers

    We've got some bad news for who got excited about System Shock Remastered that hit Kickstarter back in 2016. If you were hoping to play the game this year, unfortunately it seems that it isn’t going to happen. A recent announcement on the game's Kickstarter page from Stephen Kick, CEO of...
  • MIT Researchers Develop Infinite Power Tech That Works On Temperature Fluctuations

    Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have announced a new power generating device that is able to use temperature fluctuations to create electricity. The technology is based on principals of thermoelectric devices able to generate power when one side of the device is a different temperature than the...
  • Essential Phone Sports Halo Gray Color For Amazon Exclusive With Alexa On Board For $449

    Essential certainly didn’t get the reception the company dreamed it would when it launched the Essential Phone last year. The device essentially flopped with only 5,000 units sold on Sprint from launch through late September 2017. That hasn't stopped Essential from plugging away and trying to woo buyers with seemingly continual...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Leak Claims Snapdragon 855 And 2Gbps X24 Modem Dynamic Duo

    We are still waiting for Samsung to officially launch its Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus handsets, but be that as it may, there is already chatter about what comes after in the company's flagship smartphone space. The Galaxy S10 rumors have begun in earnest, and word around the online...
  • Facebook Was Gamed, Russians Charged For US Election Interference, The Solution Is Snail Mail

    Facebook is going to start sending physical postcards through the United States Postal Service (USPS) to verify the identity and location of anyone who wants to purchase election-related advertising on the world's largest social network. The change in procedure, which will go into effect sometime later this year, is intended...
  • Rent-a-church spire plan to boost mobile phone coverage

    Church spires could be used to boost mobile and broadband coverage in rural areas under an agreement between the UK government and the Church of England. The government has committed to achieving good-quality mobile connectivity across the UK by 2022. While the agreement encourages churches to sign up, they will...

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