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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • 6.1-inch iPhone 9 Reportedly To Sport Full Active Display Tech With Ultra-Thin Bezels

    Apple is set to launch three new iPhones this year with two of those being OLED devices according to rumors. The third device is said to be a much more affordable LCD equipped device with screens rumored earlier to be supplied by LG. That 6.1-inch standard LCD-based iPhone is widely...
  • Fake news a democratic crisis, MPs warn

    The UK faces a "democratic crisis" due to the spread of "pernicious views" and the manipulation of personal data, a parliamentary committee is set to warn. The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee has been investigating disinformation and fake news following the Cambridge Analytica data scandal. In its first...
  • Charter Kicked Out Of New York Over Inadequate Spectrum Internet Deployments And Wilful Obfuscation

    Back in March, we brought you word that Charter was skating on thin icewith the State of New York for allegedly lying about Spectrum broadband deployments, and not living up to its promises to expand rural broadband as part of its 2016 merger with Time Warner Cable. Because of these misdeeds...
  • Here's How To Enable Chrome 68's Material Design On Desktop And Mobile In Just A Few Clicks

    Earlier this month, Google issued a new build of Chrome Canary that allowed users to try out the latest version of the Material Design language. Google enabled the new Material Design by default on the experimental Chrome Canary browser for Windows, Linux and Chrome OS (and with experimental flags on macOS...
  • EA Rolling Out Origin Access Premiere Game Subscription Service On July 30

    Fans of EA games have been able to subscribe to Origin Access for a quite some time. That basic membership costs $4.99 monthly or $29.99 per year. In return, players got a collection of 122 games they could play at any time. Subscribers also get to try new EA games...
  • PCs Using Intel's Delayed 10nm Chips Won't Ship Until Late 2019

    Late April was the last time that Intel gave us a real status update on how things are coming along with 10nm chip production. At the time, the company said that products based on its 10nm process node wouldn't arrive until 2019. That "miss" came after we were previously told that...
  • Scroll Free September: Social media users urged to log off

    Social media devotees are being encouraged to "take back control" and stop scrolling through their feeds for an entire month. The Royal Public Health Society is behind Scroll Free September, which is targeting users of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat. It believes logging off could improve sleep, relationships and wellbeing...
  • Audi Opens E-Tron Quattro Reservations Next Month In EV Showdown With Tesla Model X

    Audi has been talking about its E-tron Quattro electric SUV for several months now, with the German automaker most recently announcing a delay. In a follow-up to that, Audi says it is planning to unveil the E-tron Quattro on September 17 during a global launch event in San Francisco, California...
  • Oppo R17 Races To Become World's First Smartphone With 10GB RAM

    Oppo's next flagship phone could potentially end up with more RAM than many mainstream PCs, or at least the ones that ship with 4GB or 8GB of system memory. The upcoming R17 might have them beat with a whopping 10GB of RAM. That would be the most amount of RAM...
  • Google Bans All Cryptocurrency Mining Apps From Play Store

    Google is making several changes to its Play Store policies, one of which includes the ban of apps that mine cryptocurrencies on Android devices. The policy update is similar to one that exists in the iOS App Store. In both cases, apps that mine in the cloud are still permitted...

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