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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • VM-aware storage pioneer Tintri on verge of bankruptcy

    Virtualisation-focused storage array maker Tintri has published preliminary financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2018-2019 and has warned that without finding new funds the company faces bankruptcy or must look for to be acquired. More precisely, the storage array maker said its first quarter turnover up to...
  • Google Infuses Android APKs With DRM For App Authenticity Verification

    Google is rolling out something akin to DRM for Android APKs as a way to verify that apps originated from the Play Store. Rogue apps that are malware-ridden are running rampant these days, so this is just an extra layer of security that Google is implementing to help safeguard Android...
  • Epic Sues Quality Assurance Contractor Over Leaked Fortnite Comet Details

    When it come to its mega-hit Fortnite, Epic ties to keep details surrounding the game and upcoming features pretty close to the vest. That's why Epic is not at all pleased about the alleged leak of Fortnite information by quality assurance contractor Thomas Hannah. The information was leaked via reddit and...
  • The Qualcomm Snapdragon 1000 is gunning for Intel's PC market

    Qualcomm has its eye on Intel's PC market, if rumours around a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 1000 are to be believed. Designed from the ground up as a desktop and laptop processor, the Snapdragon 1000 is an evolution of Qualcomm's strategy to take Intel's ground in low-power computing devices. Aiming to...
  • Voices of millions of UK taxpayers stored by HMRC

    The voices of millions of taxpayers have been analysed and stored by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) without consent, privacy campaigners say. Big Brother Watch says HMRC's Voice ID system has collected 5.1 million audio signatures and accuses the department of creating "biometric ID cards by the back door". The...
  • Apple offers free fixes for faulty MacBook keyboards

    Apple is finally fixing its faulty 'butterfly' keyboards for free, following a lawsuit and years of users reporting problems with their MacBooks. Acknowledging the issue, Apple admitted to a "small percentage" of MacBooks suffering from the design flaw, where letters or characters can repeat themselves or fail to appear at...
  • Uber to begin appeal over London licence denial

    A London court will consider later today if Uber is "fit and proper" to hold an operator licence in the capital. The taxi app company will make its case at Westminster Magistrates' Court in a hearing expected to last several days. Last September, Transport for London refused to renew Uber's...
  • Tesla's Premium In-Car Internet Goes From Free To Paid July 1 For New Cars

    Ever since the original Model S launched back in 2012, one of the bedrocks of Tesla's forward-looking mission was the inclusion of integrated (and free) in-car internet. This cellular internet connection powers everything from vehicle navigation enhancements, to music streaming, to over-the-air updates that continually provide new functionality to the...
  • Here’s A List Of Hundreds Of Forza Horizon 4 Cars You’ll Be Able To Drive

    There's nothing like a racing sim game that allows you to slip into the seats of hundreds of different exotic vehicles, but finding a title like this that's also open-world, and offers a compelling single-player and multi-player campaign is a bit harder. Fortunately, there have been some shining examples released...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 1000 Chip Could Bring Intel U Series-Like Performance To Windows 10 Laptops

    At Computex a couple of weeks ago, Qualcomm unveiled its next gen Snapdragon platform targeting "always-on" laptops. That came to us in the form of the interestingly named Snapdragon 850 - a mere 5 digits higher than the 845, a chip which currently graces top-end Android smartphones, such as the...

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