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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Google Chrome launches default ad-blocker

    Google has launched an ad-blocker for its Chrome web browser that is designed to prevent "annoying" and "intrusive" ads being shown to users. Google announced the move to curtail full-page and auto-playing video ads, among others, last year. The choice of which ads to block will be determined by the...
  • Nintendo Labo Videos Show Off What Switch Gamers Can Do With Cardboard

    A series of new Nintendo Labo videos have turned up that highlight what exactly gamers will be able to do once they build their cardboard creations. The catch here is that while Nintendo has put the videos up in English on its main Labo page, Nintendo of America hasn't yet...
  • Intel Expands Bug Bounty Program To All, Adds Side-Channel Payouts Up To $250,000

    Intel has been operating its Bug Bounty Program for nearly a year now, with the program originally launching back in March 2017. Initially, the only way that hackers or security researchers could participate was to receive an invite from Intel. Without that invite, you could find all the bugs you...
  • Snapchat petition attracts one million signatures

    One million people have signed a petition calling on Snapchat to roll back its latest redesign. The changes were intended to separate interactions with friends from branded content - including that of celebrities and influencers. Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel wrote in a blog post that he believed blurring the two...
  • Ampere And Turing: NVIDIA's Future GeForce Gaming And Cryptocurrency Mining GPUs?

    NVIDIA's Pascal architecture has been underpinning its GeForce series of gaming GPUs for nearly the past two years – it’s high time for an upgrade. We've heard rumors of a GA104 GPU called Ampere that is supposed to underpin a new GeForce GTX 2000 series of graphics cards. But there's...
  • Apple's HomePod speakers leave white marks on wood

    Apple's new smart speakers can discolour wooden surfaces, leaving a white mark where they are placed, the firm has acknowledged. The US company has suggested that owners may have to re-oil furniture if the HomePod is moved. The device went on sale last week after having been delayed from its...
  • Intel Graphics Driver Adds Game Optimization Control For Intel Integrated And AMD Vega GPUs

    Intel has released a new graphics driver for the integrated GPUs included with its vast family of consumers "Core" processors. In addition to the usual performance tweaks and bug fixes, Intel announced that in this release, it's introducing a feature that automatically configures game settings based on which integrated Intel...
  • AOC Q3279VWF review: A big-screened bargain of a monitor

    Everyone loves a big, high resolution monitor but they tend to be either pretty poor or pretty expensive. The AOC Q3279VWF turns that trend on its head: it’s a huge monitor that costs a mere £200 and it doesn’t come with too many compromises. You’re certainly getting a lot of...
  • Bill Gates Fears Tech Industry Stonewalling Government Device Access Might Backfire

    Bill Gates, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft who now spends his days on philanthropy through his Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, made some comments that might ruffle a few feathers in the tech industry. Speaking to Axios, Gates warned that big tech companies should be careful not to put their...
  • HTC Smartphone Chief Chialin Chang Resigns Following Google Acquisition

    There is some moving and shaking going on at HTC, which is seemingly the result of Google acquiring key members from the company's smartphone team. In the aftermath of that deal, HTC today announced that Chialin Chang is stepping down as President of the company's Smartphone and Connected Devices Business...

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