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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Smart speakers: How to give apps a voice

    Research from Gartner shows that about a fifth of people in mature markets are voicing a question to their smart speaker at least once a week. However, the same study reveals that 10% admit they have stopped using the devices. “The drop-off rate is quite high,” says Annette Jump, research vice-president at...
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review: Loose screw prompts worldwide recall

    Update 07/02/2018: Lenovo has issued a worldwide recall of fifth generation Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon machines built between December 2016 and October 2017, following the discovery that they contain an unfastened screw that could damage the device's battery and potentially cause it to overheat. The company was alerted to the problem...
  • Poundland 'naughty' elf ad deemed 'irresponsible' by regulator

    A Poundland ad campaign that featured innuendo and depictions of sexual acts has been deemed "irresponsible" by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). The pre-Christmas social media posts featured a "naughty" toy elf and were published on Twitter and Facebook. One image featured the elf holding a tea bag in a...
  • SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster Is Headed To Mars

    Well, SpaceX has done it! The company's monstrous Falcon Heavy rocket lifted off from the LC-39A launchpad at Cape Canaveral this afternoon, sending CEO Elon Musk's personal Tesla Roadster on an elliptical orbit around the Sun and Mars. There were many unanswered questions before the launch and skepticism, with Murk...
  • PS4 Update 5.50 Beta Brings Parental Controls To Limit Kids' Playtime

    Sony has announced that PlayStation 4 gamers on the beta channel have a new software update to try out. The update brings the PS4 to software version 5.50 and is codenamed KEIJI. Gamers who are registered for the beta program will receive an email that tells them how to download...
  • Amazon Prime Exclusive Phone Discount Program To Ditch Lockscreen Offers And Ads

    Back in June 2016, Amazon introduced its "Prime Exclusive" phone program, which offers Prime subscribers attractive smartphones with budget pricing. The catch, however, is that you have to put up with lockscreen offers and ads to take advantage of the favorable pricing. For example, the fourth generation Moto X has...
  • G.SKILL Trident Z RGB Reigns As World's Fastest DDR4 Memory Kit At 4700MHz

    It seems as though every few weeks we get a claim of the "world's fastest memory" coming from component manufacturers. Recently, there's been a battle between G.SKILL and Corsair, with the former firing off the latest salvo with the Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kit. G.SKILL claims that the memory...
  • NYPD Dispatches 36,000 iPhone 7 Units To Manhattan Cops Replacing Unloved Windows Phones

    It's out with the old and in with the new (sort of new, anyway) for police officers at Patrol Borough Manhattan South, a large area spanning Wall Street to 59th Street. Over the weekend, the officers assembled at an old police academy in Gramercy Park to pick up their newly...
  • End Of An Era: Best Buy Stores To Reportedly End CD Sales This Summer

    In what can be considered a sign of the times, Best Buy has reportedly told music supplies that it is phasing out sales of physical CDs. Interestingly enough, the electronics chain will continue to carry vinyl records, a music medium that predates CDs but has seen a resurgence in recent...
  • Freshly Leaked Galaxy S9 And S9 Plus Images Show Samsung's Flyin' Purple iPhone Eater

    Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ smartphones are set for their global debut on later this month, but we already known quite a bit about the devices. In fact, we know most of the hardware specs (including the innovative rear camera system) and have seen leaked images of the...

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