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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Facebook Messenger used to fight extremism

    By Catrin Nye and William Kremer BBC Victoria Derbyshire programme and World Hacks Facebook Messenger has been used to try to deradicalise extremists in a pilot project funded entirely by the company. People posting extreme far-right and Islamist content in the UK were identified and contacted in an attempt to...
  • Feds No Longer Need Apple Consent To Crack Nearly Any iPhone Thanks To Cellebrite iOS 11 Exploit

    Cellebrite, an Israeli company known for selling solutions to law enforcement agencies around the globe to unlock smartphones, is back in the news again. This time around, the company is touting a new solution that would make it possible to crack just about any device that is currently running Apple's...
  • Apple Planning Trio Of 2018 iPhones Including Supersized 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus

    2017 saw the launch of a trio of new iPhone models with a mixture of old and new design themes. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus launched first, which marked the latest evolution in a smartphone design that started with 2014's iPhone 6, and the iPhone X, which brought...
  • Apple Confirms Use Of Google Cloud For iCloud Storage, Claims Google Can’t Access Data

    Although Apple in the past has relied on Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure to host its iCloud storage solution, but change is afoot. The first indications are now surfacing that Apple has moved [at least in part] to Google's Cloud Platform. It's not clear if Apple is exclusively on Google's platform or if it's using...
  • Samsung DeX Pad hands-on: Turn your Galaxy S9 into your desktop

    While the launch of the Galaxy S9 may be hogging all the attention, Samsung has also announced another, potentially more interesting, product. We're talking, of course, about its redesign of the DeX desktop dock - originally launched alongside the Galaxy S8 last year - adding a handful of cool new features and...
  • Qualcomm Re-engages Broadcom Over Blockbuster Acquisition, Pricing Remains A Concern

    Will they, or won't they? Qualcomm up until this point has rebuffed all of Broadcom's advances with regards to a hostile takeover. Broadcom made the first move back in November 2017, and followed up with a second offer valuing Qualcomm at roughly $120 billion. Shortly after the second offer was...
  • Sony Announces Xperia XZ2, XZ2 Compact And Xperia Ear Duo Buds With Integrated AI Assistant

    We have been hearing quite a bit about Sony's Xperia XZ2 and Xperia XZ2 Compact handsets leading up to the Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade show in Barcelona, just none of the information prior to today was official. Now it is, with Sony unveiling both new smartphones at MWC, along...
  • Nokia 8 Sirocco hands-on: Elegant, if outclassed

    Last year saw the return of possibly one of the most unlikely ex-players in the smartphone industry, with Nokia bursting back onto the scene to almost universal surprise. Even more surprising was that the devices it launched in 2017 were actually really rather good, with the Nokia 8 being a...
  • Qualcomm Simulates Blazing Fast 5G Wireless Speeds That Users Will Someday Experience

    Wireless carriers have already started extolling the benefits of 5G over existing 4G LTE networks, the primary one being raw speed. 5G reckons to be much faster than 4G, which could open up a new world of possibilities on mobile. The question, how much faster will 5G actually be in...
  • OnePlus 5/5T Update Finally Enables HD Streaming, But There’s A Huge Gotcha

    OnePlus has built a name for itself by releasing Android phones that offer a high bang-for-buck, and in the process has attracted a modest following. Sacrifices sometimes have to be made to maintain a lower price than the competition, though one unexpected compromise was that the company's OnePlus 5 and...

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