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Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • MRI Helium Leak Really Did Bork iPhones And Apple Watches But There's More To The Story

    One of the most peculiar tech stories that we have reported on in recent memory had to deal with a helium leak involving a newly installed MRI machine at a medical facility. Helium leaked in significant enough volumes to cause iPhones, iPads and even Apple Watches to fail throughout the building. At...
  • Royole's bendy-screen FlexPai phone unveiled in China

    A little-known San Francisco-based company has laid claim to creating the "world's first foldable phone". Royole Corporation - a specialist in manufacturing flexible displays - unveiled the FlexPai handset at an event in Beijing. When opened, the device presents a single display measuring 7.8in (19.8cm) - bigger than many tablets...
  • Here's How To Score Amazon's Fire TV Cube Alexa-Enabled Streamer For Half Off

    When it comes to Amazon's Fire TV family of media streamers, the Fire TV Cube is the flagship of the family. However, it also comes with a price tag of $119.99. Today, however, HSN is selling the Fire TV Cube for a much more enticing $59.99, which is half off its normal selling price...
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Review: An Android Tablet For Mobile Professionals

    Last year Samsung released the premium Galaxy Tab S3 tablet as an alternative to Apple's IPad Pro, but with its optional keyboard an additional software magic it also set its sights at some lower-end 2-in-1 laptop offerings as well. Samsung is trying to gear the Galaxy Tab series as the...
  • Dell Latitude 5290 review: Getting down to business

    Dell isn't going to win any awards for originality with the latest version of its Latitude 5290 detachable, which quite unashamedly mimics Microsoft's Surface Pro range - which, of course, has also been updated recently with the new Surface Pro 6. The Latitude 5290 is also more expensive than its...
  • Apple Yanks watchOS 5.1 Update After Bricking Numerous Apple Watches

    If you have an Apple Watch Series 4 and successfully updated your device to watchOS 5.1, consider yourself lucky. Apple released iOS 12.1, mac OS Mojave 10.14.1, and watchOS 5.1 yesterday alongside the launches of the MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Pro. However, many people updating to watchOS 5.1 found that instead of enabling new...
  • Lenovo Inks Licensing Deal With Sony After Taking Liberties From PlayStation VR

    Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery, but that doesn't mean companies take kindly to others infringing on their intellectual property (IP) or otherwise ripping off their products. Whether Lenovo did that to Sony with its Mirage Solo VR headset, which looks strikingly similar to the PlayStation VR, is...
  • Triumph Motorcycles kick-starts changes with high-tech HR

    British motorcycle company Triumph is investing in software that will allow its customers to specify the features and accessories they want in their custom bike right up until the day it hits the assembly line. The company, based in Hinckley, Leicestershire, plans to exchange data with its dealer network, allowing customers...
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 Kills It With Rave Reviews And Record $752M In Sales In First 3 Days

    Rockstar Games is celebrating the success of Red Dead Redemption 2, its highly anticipated sequel that debuted nearly eight and a half years ago. The second game in the franchise is being lauded by reviewers, and it's found a massive audience among gamers. In just three days since it launched...
  • Americans Reject Skyrocketing Cost Of Cable TV As Cord-Cutting Goes Mainstream

    Cable and satellite TV providers are losing customers, and it's not because any of the services are lacking in content. That is not the issue. Instead, an increasing number of customers are 'cutting the cord' and going with one or more streaming services. The primary reason for going that route...

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