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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Verizon Reportedly Launching Palm-Branded Android Smartphone In 2018

    It seems that Verizon Wireless is going to sell a new Android phone made by Palm, a brand you probably have not heard referenced in quite some time. There are not many details to go on, other than the fact that TCL is working with Verizon to bring the Palm-branded...
  • No Man's Sky Heads To Xbox One As Devs Prep Massive Summer Update

    The small team of developers at Hello Games is "working our socks off on the future of No Man's Sky," which includes a port to Microsoft's Xbox One consoles and a significant update to the core game called NEXT. The update, which is due out this summer, is a free...
  • Oki C332dn review

    Small businesses looking for a budget-priced A4 colour laser printer can stop searching now, as they won't find one for less than Oki's C332dn. Costing a mere £94, this network-ready desktop model offers mono and colour print speeds of 30ppm and 26ppm and includes the maximum 1GB of memory plus...
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Slams Facebook, Says Privacy Is A Human Right

    Following the recent scandal involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm and consultancy agency, the world's largest social network and its leader, Mark Zuckerberg, find themselves the recipient of harsh criticism. There are some high profile names among the enraged and outspoken, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, who...
  • Cambridge Analytica files spell out election tactics

    Documents shared by Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie spell out how parent company SCL Group tried to influence elections worldwide. One letter also refers to its support of 15 psychological operations involving the UK's Ministry of Defence as of January 2012. The Foreign Office is quoted as saying another part...
  • ASUS Zephyrus Gaming Notebook Leak Highlights Coffee Lake CPU Upgrade And GTX 1080

    It appears ASUS is upgrading its Zephyrus gaming laptop with a six-core Coffee Lake-H processor while maintaining a Max-Q version of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1080 GPU. The upgraded model appeared briefly on an online shopping website in the UK. Though it has since been removed, a Google cache of the...
  • Nintendo Switch 5.0 Software Update Allegedly Bricking Consoles Using Third Party Accessories

    We have previously talked about the Nintendo Switch 5.0.0 software update, and it seemed to be a rather standard release adding parental controls and more social media hooks. What we didn’t know is that added code in the update appears to be bricking consoles that are using third-party accessories. Reports are...
  • Western Digital adds StorReduce deduplication to object storage

    Western Digital has linked up with StorReduce in a move that will allow it to bundle the startup’s inline data deduplication software into its object storage appliances. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You...
  • Android apps on Chromebooks: Are they any good?

    Chromebook fans claim the integration of Android apps on touchscreen Chromebooks brings a new dimension – but how well do the key apps work? Word As you would hope and expect, the Word app is perfectly at home on a Chromebook. If you're a OneDrive or Dropbox user, your accounts...
  • Bonus pay gap revealed at Facebook UK

    Women working for Facebook's UK division get nearly half the amount of bonus pay than their male counterparts, despite a similar proportion of each sex getting some kind of top-up award. The median gender bonus pay gap at the business is 41.5%, according to figures submitted to the government. However...

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