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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Facebook v Soros: 'Congress must probe'

    One of George Soros's lieutenants has called on US politicians to probe Facebook, after the social network confirmed that it had hired a PR firm to make claims about the financier. The head of Mr Soros's grant-making network claimed Facebook had smeared the philanthropist, adding "this needs independent, congressional oversight...
  • Storage 101: Unstructured data and its storage needs

    Estimates suggest that upwards of 80% of business information is unstructured data. That could cause headaches for anyone who needs to manage, organise and keep all that data secure. One survey, commissioned by Igneous, an unstructured data management provider, found that 82% of respondents manage one billion or more files and...
  • NVIDIA SHIELD TV Drops To $119 With This Hot Best Buy Deal Via eBay

    If you're looking for a solid "do everything" Android TV-based media streamer, it doesn't get much better than the NVIDIA SHIELD TV. For starters, the SHIELD TV is a potent 4K streamer that is highly extensible. In addition, NVIDIA has continually updated the console over its lifespan via frequent software...
  • Amazon Sends Out Cryptic Email Admitting It Leaked Customer Name And Emails

    When a mistake is made at a giant technology company like Microsoft, Apple, or Amazon, customers expect them to disclose not only how the breach happened, but what they did to fix it. Amazon has sent out cryptic emails to some of its customers that at first glance seemed a...
  • Google Play Store Black Friday Deals Include 99-Cent Thanksgiving Day Rentals For All Movies

    Google has just announced a slew of Play Store Cyber Week 2018 deals including one smoking deal that should help you unwind after a hectic day tomorrow eating turkey and visiting family members (either by choice or by force). The big headliner is the fact that Google will only be...
  • HotHardware 2018 Deals And Steals Hot Tech And Gadget Gift Guide

    Every year, Black Friday and the Christmas shopping season seem to become more momentous. We have already seen several large retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft, Sam's Club, Staples, and Target "leak: Black Friday adds in an attempt to offer select deals early. Even with so many deals out there, however, it...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 Benchmark Leak Shows Beastly Performance For 2019 Flagship Phones

    Performance figures for the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 SoC for flagship Android smartphones have been dripping from a leaky faucet in recent weeks. We've seen AnTuTu figures -- which even manage to outpace the might Apple A12 Bionic -- along with impressive AI scores thanks to the dedicated neural processing unit (NPU). Today, we're getting a...
  • Google Assistant Leverages Siri Shortcuts App To Link With 'Hey Siri' On iOS

    Whether you primarily use Siri or Google Assistant (assuming you use a digital assistant) likely comes down to which platform you're invested in—Android or iOS. It doesn't have to be one or the other, though. Google recently updated its Assistant app for iOS to support Siri Shorcuts, which allows users...
  • Mercedes Teases Track-Ready AMG GT R Pro, A 600-Plus HP Hell Chariot

    The gear heads at Mercedes-Benz are building an even faster version of the AMG GT called the AMG GT R Pro, because can you ever have enough speed and grunt? That's not a question that ever needs to be asked at AMG. The new Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro is all...
  • Facebook appeals Cambridge Analytica fine

    Facebook has appealed a fine imposed on it by the UK's data watchdog following the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The social network says that, because the regulator found no evidence that UK users' personal data had been shared inappropriately, the £500,000 penalty was unjustified. More to follow. Go to Source

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