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Monthly Archives: July 2018

  • Chinese shipping firm infected by ransomware

    Chinese shipping firm Cosco has been caught out by Windows ransomware. The infection has knocked out some electronic communications at several of its North American locations. In a statement, it said a "local network breakdown" had hit its American region. It said it had isolated the offices as it investigated...
  • Amazon tool flags Congress members as suspects

    An Amazon facial recognition tool has wrongly identified 28 members of the US Congress as police suspects. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) compared official photos of the politicians with a database of public arrest photos. Amazon took issue with the findings, saying the system needed to be set at...
  • Fortnite For Android May Initially Be Available As A Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Exclusive

    Gamers around the world have been enjoying Fortnite's Battle Royale for the past year, and have in turn filled developer Epic Games' coffers with over a billion dollars in revenue. Fortnite is available to play on PC, macOS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and iOS. Up until this point, the world's...
  • Amazon Alexa Cast Simplifies Streaming Music From A Smartphone To Your Echo Speakers

    It has now become easier than ever to rock out in any room of your house. Amazon just announced its latest feature, “Alexa Cast”. Alexa Cast helps users to better control music streaming on Alexa-enabled devices. Users will be able to more quickly play, pause, and rewind songs through the...
  • Third-Gen Amazon Echo Dot AI Speaker Leaks With Styling Cues From Its Big Brother

    Amazon's Echo family has expanded over years with the addition of the Echo Dot, Echo Spot, and Echo Show (among others). Last year, Amazon unveiled a second-generation Echo and it appears that this year the company is looking to launch a third-generation Echo Dot.  The first- and second-generation devices were...
  • Samsung Previews Upcoming Galaxy Note 9 'Unpacked' Event With Three Teaser Videos

    Samsung is set to unveil to the world its latest device on August 9th in New York: the Galaxy Note 9. We already know a lot about the device thanks to multiple leaks. We already know what the Galaxy Note 9 will look like and that Samsung is alleged targeting...
  • Huawei Looks To Beat Samsung Galaxy X By Launching World's First Folding Smartphone

    Huawei might beat Samsung to the punch with the first retail folding smartphone. While nothing has been launched yet, it's being reported that Huawei is very close to rolling out a foldable handset with a flexible light emitting organic diode (OLED) display in limited quantities. It could be less than...
  • Google Pixel 3 XL Leaks Again In New Renders Confirming Notched Display And Single Rear Camera

    If history serves us correctly, Google's next-generation Pixel 3 smartphone family should be unveiled a little over two months from now, and should arrive in the hands of customers in late October. Fortunately for us, there have been plenty of leaks along the way that have given us some pretty solid looks at Google's...
  • Hands-On Lenovo Smart Display With Google Assistant That's Set To Battle Amazon Echo Show

    Way back in January at the Consumer Electronics Show, Lenovo announced its Smart Display family. The Smart Displays takes the concept of the Google Home or Google Home Mini and add a display screen into the mix. Lenovo and Google announced today that the Smart Display will be available in U.S. retail...
  • Samsung Display Announces Unbreakable OLED Panels For Smartphones, Tablets, Consoles

    Samsung Display recently developed an "unbreakable" screen for smartphones and it has now been certified by UL (Underwriters Laboratories), an official testing company for OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the US Department of Labor. Outside of smartphones, Samsung says its flexible display will find residence in other...

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