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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Hackers Crack Nintendo Switch Online To Install Unsupported NES Games

    Nintendo Switch Online just went live earlier this week, but it has already been hacked. Nintendo Switch Online is a paid service that gives subscribers access to cloud saves for games, online multiplayer and a [downloadable] classic games library that includes 20 NES titles. Nintendo Switch gamers have been eagerly awaiting the...
  • GoPro Hero 7 camera films smooth videos without gimbal

    Media playback is unsupported on your device GoPro's latest action camera promises to produce smooth videos without the need for a separate gimbal or other stabilisation equipment. The Hero 7 Black uses the feature to record steadied clips in both real-time and a sped-up footage mode. The company is also...
  • Amazon Echo Sub And Smart Plug Leak As Part Of Alexa Product Expansion

    Amazon is doing very well with its line of Alexa-powered Echo smart speakers. Earlier this week a rumor was making the rounds that suggested Amazon was set to significantly expand its Alexa offerings on the market with eight new devices including a microwave and an amplifier. A couple of those...
  • GoPro Airdrops Hero7 Black, White, and Silver Action Cams For Outdoorsy Crowd

    Early this month we discussed leaked images claiming to show what the next generation of GoPro cameras would look like and gave up some details on the devices. Those cameras have now gone official confirming the details of the leak. GoPro has three versions of the camera that are differentiated by their...
  • Flash storage in the cloud from the big cloud providers

    Chris Evans Flash storage is increasingly becoming the standard for enterprise deployments as prices drop and device capacities increase. "; } }); /** * remove unnecessary class from ul */ $("#inlineregform").find( "ul" ).removeClass("default-list"); /** * Replace "errorMessageInput" class with "sign-up-error-msg" class */ function renameErrorMsgClass() { $(".errorMessageInput").each(function() { if ($(this).hasClass("hidden...
  • Equifax fined by ICO over data breach that hit Britons

    Credit rating agency Equifax is to be fined £500,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) after it failed to protect the personal data of 15 million Britons. A 2017 cyber-attack exposed information belonging to 146 million people around the world, mostly in the US. The compromised systems were also US-based...
  • iPhone XS Max And Galaxy Note 9: Skyrocketing Flagship Phone Prices Gouge Consumers

    Have we all lost our minds when it comes to smartphones? Or perhaps the better question is, have smartphone OEMs completely jumped the shark? Apple announced its new 2018 lineup of iPhones last week, and the flagship iPhone XS starts at $999. That itself isn’t too surprising, given that that iPhone X...
  • Newegg Website Was Infiltrated By Hackers For Nearly A Month, Customer Financial Data Stolen

    Even though Newegg is one of the most popular destinations for enthusiasts looking to score the latest and greatest hardware for the gaming rigs, the retail giant is not immune to the nefarious actions of the hacker community. To that end, Newegg's website was hacked, and the parties responsible were...
  • Nokia Gets Its #GameOn With Android Gaming Smartphone Teaser

    It doesn't matter how many times we say this—and we've said it a lot—companies just don't understand there are no mulligans on the Internet. Word to the wise, if you post something online, you can't take it back. We bring this up because Nokia, for a brief blip in time...
  • iOS 12.1 Beta Confirms iPad Pro Fall Launch, Landscape Face ID

    Apple has begun pushing out its iOS 12.1 update in beta form, and in doing so the Cupertino company may have revealed some new details about upcoming features and products that have not yet been announced. Taking things a step further, the iOS 12.1 beta appears to confirm a new...

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