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Monthly Archives: December 2018

  • Tumblr to ban all pornographic content from 17 December

    Social networking site Tumblr has announced plans to ban all pornographic content, effective from 17 December. The new policy comes weeks after the site was pulled from Apple's App Store after child abuse images made it past Tumblr's filters. In a post, CEO Jeff D'Onorio stressed Tumblr had always had...
  • iOS Apps Used Touch ID To Steal $99 Each From Unsuspecting iPhone Users

    If you thought that the iOS ecosystem was completely safe from scammy apps and malware, you would be wrong. Apple's App Store certainly has fewer incidences of scammy apps being put up for download by users than Google Play does because Apple checks apps out before they can be offered...
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 6 review: Powerful, pretty - and pointless

    The Surface Pro range is generally among the most reliable families of machines out there, producing devices that are slim, attractive and speedy. The operative word in that sentence, however, is ‘generally’. We stress this because the Surface Pro 6 is something of an anomaly, in that it’s functionally identical...
  • Battlefield V Tides of War Update Brings 50 Percent Uplift In GeForce RTX DirectX Raytracing Performance

    Beginning tomorrow, DICE will launch a major update for Battlefield V entitled Tides of War Chapter 1: Overture. That name is quite a mouthful, but the update/patch brings with it a number of new features and even performance updates. As for actual gameplay, there are new multiplayer maps and changes...
  • OnePlus 6T Review: Performance, Quality And Price Leadership Again

    Earlier this year we took a detailed look at the OnePlus 6 and determined it was one of the best values in Android flagship smartphones on the market. The OP6 has a beautiful, large display, a clean near-stock Android setup and great performance with 6GB or 8GB RAM standard at...
  • Huawei Nova 4 Flagship With Round Display Cutout For Camera Launching This Month

    Another week is underway, and that means another round of smartphone rumors. Huawei and its upcoming Nova 4 handset is once again at the center of it all. The Nova 4 is garnering attention in part because it replaces the traditional bezel and, more recently, the notched design that has...
  • LG's 17-inch Gram Notebook Leaks With Core i7 And 19.5 Hour Battery In Sub 3-Pound Chassis

    When it comes to the ultra-portable market, it's quite easy to find 13-inch notebooks that weigh in at less than three pounds. They're seemingly a dime a dozen, with Apple having most recently launched its all-new 13-inch MacBook Air weighing in at 2.75 pounds. But sub-3-pound notebooks are mere child's play for...
  • Yes, This Cute Little Possum Mutant Looks Just Like A Pikachu

    The little creature you see here is a brushtail possum, and her golden fur color is adorable and makes her look a lot like Pikachu. In fact, the possum is actually named Pikachu because of her resemblance to the Pokemon character. The problem for Pikachu is that her golden color, caused...
  • NVIDIA Uses AI To Create Immersive Virtual Game Worlds From Real World Video

    It's said that seeing is believing, but can you always believe what you see? That's a question that will come up more and more as companies like NVIDIA push the envelope with graphics rendering and, interestingly enough, artificial intelligence. As it relates to that, in addition to launching a new...
  • Samsung And Verizon Announce Plans To Launch 5G Phone In First Half Of 2019

    The 5G wireless revolution is just getting started here in the United States. Verizon recently launched fixed 5G wireless service in select markets, and mobile 5G wireless networks will be operational later this month. Now, Verizon and hardware partner Samsung have announced that they will roll out "one of the first" production 5G...

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