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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Best printers 2018

    If you're on the market for a new printer, finding the right one to suit all your organisation's printing needs is key. Whether you need an inkjet or laserjet, we've rounded up the best printers for 2018 to help you make a wise decision about which one will not only...
  • Hawaii Proposes Bill To Ban Video Game Loot Boxes

    Loot boxes are common occurrence these days in gaming, and an incredibly annoying one for many. Three months after Hawaiian representative Rep. Chris Lee invoked Stars Wars to declare that "It's a trap" with regards to Star Wars Battlefront II microtransactions and loot boxes, state lawmakers have introduced four bills...
  • Vicious Skype Security Exploit May Require Extensive Code Overhaul

    Microsoft has confirmed a nasty flaw in Skype that could allow nefarious individuals to gain complete access the OS with system-level privileges on affected machines. To make the issue even worse, Microsoft knows the flaw is there and exploitable, but has no plans for an immediate fix because it would require...
  • Overwatch Free To Play On All Platforms This Weekend, Check Deploy Times Here

    If you somehow have missed out on all of the immense hype and commotion surrounding Overwatch, you are about to receive yet another opportunity to get your feet wet -- free of charge. Overwatch typically costs $40, but Blizzard will have a free weekend event starting on Friday, which will...
  • Google Doubles Pixel Phone Unit Sales But It's Still A Fraction Of Apple And Samsung

    The smartphone business is quite cutthroat, and has seen a shifting dynamic among the top players in recent years. We've seen a steady rise in power from Chinese OEMs that are looking to challenge the market dominance of Apple and Samsung. But what about Google? The company has long sold...
  • Hyper-converged infrastructure 2018 technology and market survey

    Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) has been around for a number of years. HCI systems consolidate the traditionally separate functions of compute (server) and storage into a single scale-out hardware platform. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special...
  • Microsoft Surface Phone Rumors Hints At Support For Desktop Windows Apps

    In some ways, Microsoft's Windows Phone platform feels like a missed opportunity. Had things been executed differently, it might have been big, giving Android and iOS a run for their money. Instead, it struggled to gain any kind of real traction in the marketplace, and Microsoft moved on. The potential...
  • ASUS ZenFone 5 Lite Leaks With Dual Rear And Selfie Cameras

    Smartphone makers put a lot of focus and attention on camera performance, and generally speaking, each new handset brings ups the ante over its predecessor. This isn't just relegated to flagship, either. Proving otherwise, leaked details regarding the upcoming ZenFone 5 Lite from ASUS suggest it will wield dual cameras...
  • Millions Of Android Smartphones Are Being Turned Into Cryptocurrency Mining Zombies

    Everyone seems to be trying to strike it rich with cryptocurrency, so it's no surprise that "drive-by cryptomining" has become a thing. If you're not aware, drive-by cryptomining is when a site injects a device with JavaScript code for the purposes of mining cryptocurrency, usually Monero (Coinhive launched a service...
  • Philips 328P6AUBREB review: A colour accurate HDR monitor with one major flaw

    HDR (or High Dynamic Range) has been a hot topic in TVs for a while now, but it's only just beginning to gain momentum elsewhere. These days, however, everyone is looking to use HDR to enhance the viewing experience. From phones and laptops with HDR-capable screens, to streaming service providers...

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