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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Synaptics Clear ID: Your Next Smartphone Fingerprint Sensor Will Work Like This

    For the last few years, flagship smartphones have gotten thinner and sleeker and have dedicated a much larger percentage of their front surface to the screen. Back in 2011, for example, the front surface of a Samsung Galaxy S2 was 64% screen, whereas the front of today’s Galaxy S8 is...
  • Facebook told to stop tracking in Belgium

    Facebook has been ordered to stop tracking people without consent, by a court in Belgium. The company has been told to delete all the data it had gathered on people who did not use Facebook. The court ruled the data was gathered illegally. Belgium's privacy watchdog said the website had...
  • AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen APU A Compelling Option For Budget DIY Gaming PCs In GPU Cost Crisis

    If you want to build yourself a gaming PC, brace yourself for sticker shock when you start shopping for a graphics card. Cryptocurrency mining has derailed the prospect of building a gaming PC from the ground up by driving up the price of GPUs and creating a shortage. That's the...
  • Chrome OS: Why it may be time to approach desktop IT in a different way

    For almost two decades, the dominant desktop operating system in enterprise IT has been Microsoft Windows.  Windows remains cemented in the enterprise mindset, even though user or client-side computing is a world apart from the desktop IT of the late 1990s.  By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and...
  • Google Kills View Image Button In Search After Inking A Sketchy Deal With Getty Images

    If you're a devout Google Images user, you may have already noticed a subtle, but very obvious change made over the past day. It used to be that when you found an image you liked, you could click on it, and then use the "View Image" option to see only...
  • Apple’s New Spaceship HQ Building Has Glass Walls So Clear Employees Are Taking Headers

    Apple's new 175-acre campus is billed as somewhat of a feat in architectural design, consisting of a ring-shaped, 2.8-million square-foot main building clad in the world's largest panels of curved glass. It is quite the sight to behold, assuming you can actually see it. And therein lies the problem—Apple employees...
  • Google Offers 20 Percent Loyalty Discount On Pixel 2 For Nexus Phone Owners

    Google is rewarding "loyal Nexus" owners with a tantalizing discount on new hardware. In emails sent out to Nexus owners, Google pitches an exclusive 20 percent discount on the cost of a new Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL handset, valid through the end of February. Unfortunately the deal is...
  • FCC Blames Bitcoin Mining Hardware For Disrupting T-Mobile LTE Service In Brooklyn

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has ordered a resident in Brooklyn, New York to cease his Bitcoin mining operation after it was discovered that the hardware he was using to mine Bitcoin was causing interference with 4G LTE signals on T-Mobile's wireless network. If that is truly the case, this...
  • Sony Slashes PlayStation VR Headset Prices For A Limited Time Starting This Weekend

    If you have been kicking yourself for missing out on the deals that were offered on the PlayStation VR during the holiday season, you can make it up to yourself this weekend. Sony has announced that it will be offering $100 off the price of the PlayStation VR standalone headset...
  • Anger at Google image search 'peace deal'

    Google has made it more difficult for people to save pictures from its image search product, as part of a "peace deal" with photo library Getty Images. In 2017, Getty Images complained to the European Commission, accusing Google of anti-competitive practices. Google said it had removed some features from image...

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