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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • PUBG's Latest Anti-Cheat Controls Go Live Tonight, 1 Million Players Banned In January

    It's inevitable that popular online games seem to bring out the worst in people. Gamers must endure foul-mouthed tweens/teenagers that lob annoying insults and throngs of loathsome players that look to quickly rise through the ranks using as many tricks and cheats as possible. Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is no...
  • SpaceX Will Attempt Falcon Heavy Triple Booster Landing Following Tomorrow's Historic Launch

    All eyes will be on Cape Canaveral early Tuesday afternoon when SpaceX will attempt to launch its long-awaited Falcon Heavy rocket. The company's Falcon 9 rocket is pretty much a known quantity at this point, and had a stellar record in 2017. However, strapping together what are essentially three Falcon...
  • LG Retreats From Chinese Smartphone Market After Heavy Losses

    LG is coming off its biggest year ever, in terms of overall revenue—it generated 64.1 trillion South Korean Won (around $55.4 billion U.S. currency) during all of 2017 and across all of its divisions, a 10.9 percent jump from the previous year. It also generated its highest profit since 2009...
  • Intel Vaunt Smart Glasses Use Retina Projection Tech, Won't Make You Look Like A Dork

    Intel is stepping into the wearable market in a big way this year with its upcoming Vaunt smart glasses. Now, we know what you're thinking -- you're probably getting visions of "glassholes" walking around with dorky-looking Google Glass. However, Vaunt bucks that trend with styling that looks remarkably close to...
  • Broadcom Eyes $120B Purchase Offer That Qualcomm May Find Hard To Refuse

    Even though Qualcomm has never said the company is up for sale, it has been receiving buyout offers from Broadcom, an aggressive suitor that has already dangled an unsolicited bid of $100 billion. That offer was unanimously rejected by Qualcomm's board of directors last November on the basis that it...
  • Apple’s 2018 iPhones Could Exclusively Use Intel Modems Freezing Out Qualcomm

    Apple's ongoing rift with Qualcomm could see the company turn to other manufacturers to supply high-speed LTE modems for its iPhone products. It was rumored in December of last year that Apple was considering MediaTek as a possible partner, potentially splitting LTE modem orders between Intel and MediaTek, and now...
  • Apple Music Could Eclipse Spotify US Subscribers Year’s End

    The top dog in the streaming music business in the United States is Spotify, which boasts more paid subscribers than any of its rivals. However, that could change by the end of the year. Apple Music is on pace to overtake Spotify in paid subscriber numbers in the US by...
  • Apple iPhone X Owners Vent Over Bug That Prevents Incoming Calls From Being Answered

    The Apple iPhone X has been criticized since its launch for things ranging from its high price of entry to the notch atop the screen to the various issues owners have faced with such a high-end device. iPhone X owners are now complaining of another issue that makes it difficult...
  • Chinese Warship Spotted With Hypersonic Railgun After US Navy Bails On Futuristic Weapon

    Just as the U.S. Navy looks to scrap its incredibly powerful railgun, the Chinese Navy have apparently installed a railgun of their own onto one of warships. A leaked image appears to give us our first glimpse at this immensely powerful weapon, but no real details are known about the...
  • Lauri Love case: Hacking suspect wins extradition appeal

    Alleged computer hacker Lauri Love has won his High Court appeal against his extradition to the US. Mr Love, 32, from Stradishall, Suffolk, who was first arrested in October 2013, is suspected of hacking into FBI, US Central Bank and Nasa systems. Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett and Mr Justice...

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