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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Slack to ditch dedicated Apple Watch app

    Slack has announced it's no longer going to offer an app for the Apple Watch, but users will be able to make use of notifications and respond using apple's rich notifications feature. Previously, the standalone Slack app offered limited functionality for users of the smart watch, which has been unfortunately...
  • Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple HomePod: Apple HomePod will not play music over Bluetooth

    The sci-fi vision of a connected home is quickly becoming a reality: both Amazon and Google have launched smart speakers, with an Apple offering based on Siri coming in February 2018. These products are designed to act as standalone hubs for your digital life. Voice activation systems allow users to ask...
  • Lloyds Bank bans Bitcoin purchases on its credit cards

    Lloyds Banking Group has banned its customers from buying Bitcoin on their credit cards following a sharp fall in the value of the digital currency. The ban, starting Monday, applies to Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland, Halifax and MBNA customers. It will not apply to debit cards, only to the...
  • Waymo v Uber: Who stole what?

    A legal battle between Waymo and Uber over the theft and use of the former's self-driving car technology is underway. Go to Source
  • Apple iOS 11.3 To Bring Single Sign-in Authentication For Websites

    With iOS 11.3 beta now out for people to dig around in, there are folks doing just that, looking for what Apple has in store for the future. One of the things that has been discovered, while digging around inside the beta OS, is evidence that Apple is working on...
  • Gabe Newell Responds To Outrageous Rumors That Microsoft Is Buying Valve

    Given some of the major mergers and acquisitions we've seen in the past five, or even ten years, it's becoming increasingly difficult to be truly impressed or shocked about a move. But envision a headline saying that Microsoft acquired Valve. If you were a PC gamer, your heart would probably...
  • Save 20 Percent Super Mario Odyssey Switch Red Dead Redemption 2 Preorders

    Now is a good time to be a multi-platform gamer. That's because some high profile games are on sale, including Super Mario Odyssey for the Nintendo Switch and Red Dead Redemption 2 for the PlayStation 4 (and maybe the Xbox One as well). You have to act fast, though, as...
  • Microsoft Puts Bullet In Windows 10 S OEM SKU, Shifts To Optional S Mode

    In May of last year, Microsoft introduced Windows 10 S as a dedicated fork of Windows 10 to combat low-cost Chromebooks running Chrome OS. Unlike other versions of Windows 10, the "S" variant is only capable of executing Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps available from the Windows Store. However, Microsoft...
  • Backblaze Hard Drive Reliability Report Shows HGST Drives Lead, Seagate Still Has Issues

    In April 2013, cloud storage provider Backblaze kicked off what would immediately become a tradition. Each year, the company analyzes an incredible amount of data collected over the course of the year to give the rest of us an impression on which hard drive vendors come out ahead, and which...
  • New PUBG Anti-Cheat Measures Deploying Next Week To Enforce Fair Play

    It's a sad fact of life that where there are large gaming communities, there is also a large number of folks who'd like to game those communities. In the wildly successful PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds or PUGB for short, cheating is unfortunately rampant, to the point where you don't need to devote much...

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