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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Trump campaign data firm accused of harvesting Facebook data

    The attorney general for the state of Massachusetts is launching an investigation into alleged harvesting of Facebook profiles by a firm employed by Donald Trump's election campaign. Investigations by the Observer and New York Times newspapers claim details from 50 million profiles were gathered without the users' knowledge. The company...
  • Microsoft Offers $250,000 Bug Bounty To Prevent Another Spectre-Meltdown Fiasco

    With critical vulnerabilities like Meltdown and Spectre having been disclosed to the public, it's clearer than ever that more eyeballs are needed when it comes to making sure that our software and hardware is secure. Not long after Intel suffered the bulk of fallout from Meltdown and Spectre, the company bolstered...
  • Beloved Former Qualcomm CEO Kicked Off Board After Disclosing Acquisition Bid With Softbank

    It's been an incredibly busy few months for Qualcomm, and it appears that the action isn't going to be slowing down anytime soon. In the past week, the US government took a weight off of Qualcomm's shoulders by putting a stop to the Broadcom deal, all in the name of...
  • Alcatel 1X Android Go Phones Heads To The US Priced From Under $100

    Alcatel has a new Android Go device that is coming to the U.S. for people who don’t like to spend lots of cash on a smartphone. The big thing about the Alcatel 1X isn’t the performance or the specs, it's the bargain basement price tag. The 1X will sell for...
  • Microsoft’s New Windows 10 Previews Sport High Efficiency Image Format, Get Sneaky With Edge

    PC users out there who are part of the Skip Ahead program have an updated version of Windows 10 they can grab and try out. The new version is Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17623 and it has some cool bits in it, and one not so cool feature. The...
  • Fortnite For iOS Is Great Mobile Fun But The PC Master Race Will Wage A Total Blood Bath

    We are still waiting for our invite to participate in the fun of playing Fortnite on iOS, but in the meantime, there are plenty of others who have the chance to check it out. So many, in fact, that it has become the top most downloaded iPhone game in the...
  • Can kids hold pens in the digital age?

    Children's habits are changing. Where once a toddler might have played with bricks, now they are more likely to play on an iPad. Such devices can provide a welcome distraction for busy parents and an attractive source of sensory stimulation for young children but does it mean that children are...
  • New York Town Bans Cryptocurrency Mining After It Torches Its Entire Power Budget

    Plattsburgh, New York is city that has just over 30,000 residents, and those citizens recently saw their power bills unexpectedly increase due to a problem that is starting to affect more people in the United States. We're talking about cryptocurrency mining, of course. Plattsburgh has placed an 18-month ban on...
  • ASRock Teases Phantom Gaming Graphics Series With Rumored AMD Radeon GPUs

    Earlier this month, we reported that ASRock was looking to enter the hotly-contested graphics card market. ASRock has a long-established reputation for producing value-priced and feature-filled motherboards for AMD and Intel processors, but has so far stayed away from graphics cards. However, ASRock today confirmed its intentions to produce a...
  • Acer S277HK review: Beautiful outside, basic inside

    Not many 4K monitors look as striking as the Acer S277HK. This 27in panel has a bezel that’s barely visible, and it sits on a wide, hollowed-out stand that connects to the screen with an off-centre slab of metal. The Acer won’t look out of place in the most stylish...

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