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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • Apple And Samsung Finally Settle Long-Running iPhone Patent Battle

    Apple and Samsung have been fighting a patent infringement legal battle for seven years after the latter was accused of copying the iPhone design and software features. Samsung denied the allegations, but a jury saw it differently. This year a jury set out to decide if Samsung owed Apple $1...
  • Ticketmaster 'warned of hack attack in April by Monzo'

    Ticketmaster was warned in April that it had been the victim of a hack attack, digital bank Monzo has claimed. Ticketmaster had previously said it did not know about the breach until June and had then acted quickly to inform "all relevant authorities". It has been contacted for comment. But...
  • Depstech Endoscope Deal Lets You See Inside Almost Anything With Your Phone For $36

    Sometimes you need to see inside something to check if all is functioning well. That might be while you are rebuilding your car's engine or working on an AC system. Whenever you need to get a look at the inside of something in tight quarters, an endoscope/borescope comes in handy...
  • Core i9-9900K 8-Core Coffee Lake To Reportedly Top Intel's Mainstream CPU Family

    It looks as though we're starting to get some clarity regarding Intel's upcoming high-end, mainstream Core processors. We've seen plenty of evidence that a new octa-core Coffee Lake-S processor is on its way, and now a new report suggests that the processor will adopt Core i9 branding. According to the new report...
  • Babylon claims its chatbot beats GPs at medical exam

    Claims that a chatbot can diagnose medical conditions as accurately as a GP have sparked a row between the software's creators and UK doctors. Babylon, the company behind the NHS GP at Hand app, says its follow-up software achieves medical exam scores that are on-par with human doctors. It revealed...
  • Samsung Sets August Date For Galaxy Note 9 UNPACKED Event In Brooklyn

    The date is set in stone for Samsung's next flagship smartphone launch. The South Korean electronics giant announced today that the Galaxy Note 9 will debut on August 9th at an UNPACKED event held in Brooklyn, New York. The early August unveil was first mentioned in a report earlier this month. For comparison, the Galaxy...
  • Physical Fortnite Game Discs Are Selling For Mind-Boggling Prices Online

    No matter which platform you want to play Fortnite on, it's available as a free download—all that is required is a decent Internet connection and the requisite storage space. Yes, there is plenty of DLC available if you really want to spend some money, and many gamers choose to do...
  • Microsoft's Classic IntelliMouse Is A Modern Take On Its Legendary Predecessor

    Tech geeks like ourselves tend to be a nostalgic bunch. We can remember when Tandy computers were sold in Radio Shack and when one of the choices we faced was to go with a Sound Blaster 16 or Ad Lib audio card. Every so often, a company will tap into...
  • Sony Exec Claims Fortnite Cross-Play Solution Is Coming, But What Does That Mean?

    Sony has been come under increasing pressure do its unflinching policy of blocking PlayStation 4 cross-play with other consoles (i.e. the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch). In the past, this policy has drawn complaints from gamers, but nothing like what we've seen with Fortnite. Gamer outrage has been immense since only...
  • Samsung Bolsters Low-Light Mobile Photos With ISOCELL Plus Camera Sensor Tech

    Samsung is rolling out a new image sensor technology called ISOCELL Plus that aims to deliver better looking photos taken with a smartphone and other mobile devices, especially when lighting is less than ideal. In short, ISOCELL Plus allows CMOS image sensors to capture more ambient light, which in turn...

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