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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Amazon Prime Day Kicks Off July 16th, Here Are Deals To Watch For

    Amazon Prime Day, the annual event where the world's largest online retailer offers tantalizing discounts exclusively available to its Prime members, is slated to begin on July 16. This will be the fourth time that Amazon has held such an event, and this time around it will last a full...
  • Microsoft's Budget Surface Tablet Makes FCC Debut With Rumored Intel CPU

    In recent months, we've heard reports that a new, low-cost Surface tablet will be released to the public very soon. Now even more evidence of the entry-level tablet has passed through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  The things that clue us in to the fact that this is an entry-level device is...
  • Gmail messages 'read by third parties'

    Google has confirmed that private emails sent and received by Gmail users can sometimes be read by third-party app developers. People who have connected third-party apps to their accounts may have unwittingly given external developers permission to read their messages. One company told the Wall Street Journal that the practice...
  • Facebook shuts down Hello, Moves and tbh apps

    Facebook is retiring three apps, blaming low user numbers. One, an anonymous social media app aimed at teenagers called tbh, is less than one year old. It was bought by the tech giant eight months ago after attracting millions of downloads at launch. All user data for tbh, along with...
  • Renegade Elite Maker Board Counters Raspberry Pi 3 With 4K Streaming And Hexa-Core CPU

    A new device called the Renegade Elite (ROC-RK3399-PC) has surfaced as a competitor to the Raspberry Pi 3 that is packing in much higher specifications and can stream 4K video. The Renegade Elite is made by Libre Computer and will soon surface for pre-order on Indiegogo. One thing not in...
  • Jawbone fitness trackers removed from online shops

    Jawbone fitness trackers are no longer for sale at Amazon, Selfridges and GroupOn after a Which? investigation. The consumer group found that the trackers were no longer supported, so anyone buying the gadget would be unable to measure their progress. The consumer group investigated after seeing hundreds of customers complain...
  • Fortnite Rocket Launch Sparks Mysterious Portal Rifts Across Game Map

    Fortnite is certainly pulling out all the stops to keep gamers interested with seasons of content that keep players coming back for more. One of the coolest recent events went off this weekend when a giant rocket launch served as the catalyst for a solo kill world record when a...
  • Comcast Cripples Xfinity Mobile Phone Service With 480p Video And Pathetic Hotspot Speeds

    It's beginning to look like wireless carriers have wildly conflicting ideas on what "unlimited" means with regards to their unlimited data plans. The latest of these is Comcast with its Xfinity Mobile MVNO service, which piggybacks on America's largest 4G LTE wireless network: Verizon Wireless.  For starters, streaming video on Xfinity...
  • HTC Lays Off 1,500 Employees In Latest Money Saving Reorganization Attempt

    It has been an interesting year for HTC, to say the least. The company recently announced that the company will be laying off 1,500 employees or a little under 25% of its worldwide workforce. The layoffs are reportedly part of HTC’s “strategic adjustment of its workforce.” The 1,500 affected employees...
  • Intel Coffee Lake-U Bean Canyon NUC Leaked With Iris Plus GPU And 128MB eDRAM

    Intel appears to be lining up a new family of NUC small-form factor PCs, and they will reportedly be available in five separate SKUs. The NUCs will feature processors based on Intel's Coffee Lake-U architecture in Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 variants – all with 28W TDPs. This...

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