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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Activision Booked Over $4 Billion In Revenue Thanks To Microtransactions During 2017

    Gamers, for the most part, aren’t big fans of microtransactions in games. However, modern games are festooned with microtransaction for things you can buy in the game to upgrade characters and weapons all to make the game easier to defeat and to make progression faster. Whatever your feelings about microtransactions, they...
  • Massive Equifax Data Breach May Have Leaked Even More Private Data Than Previously Thought

    Last year, a hacker group was able to penetrate credit reporting agency Equifax and make off with information, including the social security numbers, of 143 million Americans. Only a few days after the hack, a ransom demand for the return of the information was made to the tune of $2.6...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 10nm Mid-Range Phone SoC Specs Leak

    Qualcomm is getting ready to introduce a new mid-range Snapdragon chipset for mobile devices, perhaps at Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month. While the exact launch date is not clear, several detailed specifications have already leaked to the web, indicating that the Snapdragon 670 will be an octacore system-on-chip...
  • EVGA Supernova G1+ PSUs Deliver Modular 80+ Gold Efficiency In More Compact Designs

    In case you haven't noticed, we're in the middle of a GPU release drought. The last launch was NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, which came three months after AMD pushed its Radeon RX Vega out the door. Based on current rumor, NVIDIA's next-gen Ampere architecture could land in GPUs in...
  • Google Messages App Update Could Enable Texting From Any Desktop PC

    If you use an Android smartphone, you are probably familiar with the Android Messages application (since it is the default messaging application used on many devices). There are other Android messaging applications out there in use on some devices. One of the things that Google is doing with Android Messages is to rollout...
  • iOS iBoot Source Code Was Leaked By Former Apple Engineering Intern

    Apple keeps an ultra tight grip on iOS and is not keen on sharing its proprietary code. Even so, the company's iBoot source code for iOS 9 was recently leaked to the web, and even though Apple's mobile devices now run on iOS 11, it is very likely that some...
  • Is social media causing childhood depression?

    Rangan Chatterjee is a GP and says he has seen plenty of evidence of the link between mental ill-health in youngsters and their use of social media. One 16 year-old boy was referred to him after he self-harmed and ended up in A&E. "The first thought was to put him...
  • EFF Files For DMCA Exemption To Jailbreak Amazon Echo, Google Home, Apple HomePod

    The jailbreaking community is alive and well, and people frequently install "unauthorized" software on their smartphones and tablets once they’ve cracked the bootloader. This practice is often frowned upon by device OEMs (especially Apple), but it is legal to do so under an exemption in Section 1201 of the Digital...
  • 'Nigerian Prince' Financial Scam Roars Back To Life In The Bitcoin Cryptocurrency Age

    If you're well-seasoned internet user, surely you have seen scams over the years that revolved around a Nigerian prince who needs your help to move money out of the country. We all know that it is a scam, yet for a long time, people have fallen for it. That Nigerian...
  • Leaked Intel Core i7-8850H Coffee Lake CPU Benchmarks Claim 35% Uplift Over Previous Gen

    When it comes to upcoming hot hardware, we love leaks. Thankfully for us, one of Intel's upcoming mobile gaming chips -- the Core i7-8850H -- is making its presence known early via the SiSoft SANDRA benchmarking suite. The Core i7-8850H is based on Intel's 8th generation 14nm++ Coffee Lake architecture...

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