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Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Microsoft Fixes Windows 10 Version 1809 Zip Bug, But Is This Still Really An October Update?

    Microsoft continues to make headway on its buggy October 2018 Update for Windows 10, which at this point looks like it might not be ready for prime time until November. Who knows when it will start rolling out again. In the meantime, Microsoft fixed a Zip file extraction flaw in...
  • Nubia X Dual Screen Phone Says No To The Notch And Delivers A Very Cool Feature

    When it comes to flagship smartphones that have been released so far in 2018, the trend has been to maximize screen real estate while minimizing bezels. For most, that has meant including a display notch to accommodate the selfie camera, various sensors and speaker. Other manufacturers have opted for more complex arrangements...
  • Fake Cambridge Analytica ad hits Facebook

    A fake advert purporting to have been paid for by scandal-hit Cambridge Analytica has been posted to Facebook. The ad, now removed but still visible in Facebook's new ad transparency portal, uses the logo of EU referendum campaign group BeLeave, which, in July, was found to have broken electoral law...
  • Sam's Club Offers Smoking Pre-Black Friday Deals Starting November 10

    Everyone knows when November rolls around that you should hold off on most electronics purchases until Black Friday to score huge discounts on the items you want. Costco's Black Friday ad leaked not long ago with lots of deals on notebook computers and tablets. Not to be outdone, rival wholesale...
  • Can artificial intelligence help stop religious violence?

    Software that mimics human society is being tested to see if it can help prevent religious violence. Researchers used artificial intelligence algorithms to simulate actions driven by sectarian divisions. Their model contains thousands of agents representing different ethnicities, races and religions. Norway and Slovakia are trialling the tech to tackle...
  • Apple Refreshes 15-Inch MacBook Pro With New AMD Radeon Vega Mobile Graphics

    While the MacBook Air, Mac Mini and iPad Pro garnered the bulk of the attention at Apple’s event held this morning in Brooklyn, the company hasn't forgotten about its MacBook Pro family. Apple just recently refreshed its 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pros back in July, but the company will unleash a "mini refresh" in November...
  • Apple Mac Mini Reborn With Hexa-Core Coffee Lake CPUs, Thunderbolt 3 And 2TB SSDs

    When it comes to Apple products that have been withering on the vine near death for years, none have been as neglected as the Mac Mini. Apple's entry-level desktop previously hadn't seen a major update since 2014, but that all ends today with some key updates. While the Mac Mini...
  • Hyper-converged backup appliances bring flexibility benefits

    Data protection is in a state of evolution, transitioning to a service that offers the business more than simply backup. Leading the charge in this move are scale-out backup appliances – purpose-built hyper-converged (HCI) hardware solutions that perform all the tasks of data protection, and more. But why use an...
  • Nintendo Switch Vaults Past GameCube In Sales, But Nintendo Earnings Fall Short Of Analyst Estimates

    It's official, Nintendo has now sold more of its hybrid Switch consoles in just over a year and a half since it launched than GameCube consoles over its lifetime. That includes 5.07 million Switch consoles sold so far this year, 3.19 million of which were sold in the previous quarter...
  • Android under-5s apps have 'unfair and deceptive' ads

    Under-fives are being blitzed with app-based ads which are often manipulative, inappropriate or deceptive, according to a coalition of campaign groups. Examples given include a character crying if the child does not pay to unlock part of a game, and an app promoting another title that showed a cartoon of...

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