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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • Nine People Indicted In South Korea For Selling Samsung Flexible Display Secrets To China

    Corporate espionage is something that companies all over the world have to deal with. The latest major manufacturer to deal with the ramifications of corporate espionage is Samsung, as nine people have been indicted in South Korea for stealing Samsung's folding display trade secrets and selling them to China. Samsung...
  • Blackmagic eGPU Pro Packing Radeon RX Vega 56 For Apple Macs Delayed

    Apple has had a busy 2018 having recently debuted the refreshed MacBook Air and Mac mini desktop computer in late October as well as new MacBook Pros over the summer. Along with any new Apple laptop or desktop computer launch always comes new accessories for fans to enjoy. One such accessory...
  • Marriott hack hits 500 million guests

    The records of 500 million customers of the hotel group Marriott International have been involved in a data breach. The hotel chain said the guest reservation database of its Starwood division had been compromised by an unauthorised party. It said an internal investigation found an attacker had been able to...
  • MeToo founder Tarana Burke: Campaign now 'unrecognisable'

    The founder of the MeToo movement has said that the campaign against sexual violence she began more than a decade ago has become "unrecognisable" to her. Speaking at TEDWomen in Palm Springs, Tarana Burke said a media backlash had framed the movement as a witch hunt. "Suddenly, a movement to...
  • Catch Qualcomm's Snapdragon Tech Summit Broadcast Live From Beautiful Maui, HI

    Qualcomm has some big news to announce in the coming week, and to get the word out to the tech world, the company will be holding its Qualcomm Snapdragon tech Summit in Maui, Hawaii. While seeing the event in person will be limited to a select few, you'll be able...
  • Google Assistant Rewards 'Please' And 'Thank You' With Friendlier Banter, Smart Displays Gain Lyrics Support

    Google has rolled out some new features for Google Home devices and Lenovo Smart Displays, some of which were announced back during I/O 2018. The new features include Pretty Please, Assistant notes and lists integration, Broadcast Replies, and visual lyrics for the Home Hub. Pretty Please is designed to help...
  • Geil Boosts Its Super Luce RGB DDR4 Lineup With Three New 16GB RAM Kits

    Geil launched three new DDR4 RAM kits that will become a core part of its Super Luce RGB Sync product lineup. These new kits joining the Super Luce RGB Sync lineup are the fastest kits introduced in that series to date. Like all other members of Geil's Super Luce RGB...
  • Apple Slapped With Class-Action Lawsuit Over Dirty MacBooks And iMacs Lacking Dust Filters

    A class-action lawsuit filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California accuses Apple of using literally dirty design tactics with its iMac and MacBook computer systems. More specifically, the lawsuit alleges that some iMac and MacBook owners report "consistent problems with dark smudges on their screens...
  • How to build SME storage using public cloud storage

    The technology needs of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are less demanding than those of large enterprises, but important nonetheless. And key among these is SME storage. In the past, this often meant scaled-down versions of the storage used by enterprises, but now we live in an era when cloud...
  • Carphone Warehouse faces Black Friday backlash

    Carphone Warehouse-owned website Mobiles.co.uk and other online phone retailers are facing a backlash from customers wrongly refused Black Friday smartphone deals. A problem with Vodafone's credit check systems meant that some applications submitted via the contract resellers were incorrectly turned down. The BBC understands that about 5% of consumers experienced...

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