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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Apple Cripples Facebook Developer Operations In Policy Violation Power Play, Who's Next?

    Facebook is the largest social networking site on the planet, but if comparing market caps, Apple is nearly twice as big. They are not direct competitors, of course, but the relevance here is that Apple wields considerable power, and it reminded Facebook of this earlier this week when it revoked...
  • Facebook adviser attacks 'lax' child checks

    One of Facebook's independent child safety advisers has criticised the firm over a scheme that gave it access to teenagers' highly personal information, without taking more effort to verify their parents had given permission. Facebook said participating teens had provided signed parental consent forms. But tests by the BBC and...
  • Nintendo Switch Racks Up Impressive Sales Figures As It Approaches 2nd Birthday

    Nintendo is doing very well with its Switch console after having a very rough time with the previous generation Wii U. Late last year, the Switch was crowned the fastest selling game console of this generation. With sales going so well for Nintendo, any idea of price cuts or new hardware...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Mass Production Has Reportedly Started

    Many smartphone enthusiasts are waiting in anticipation for the launch of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 smartphone family. The S10 smartphones will launch at a Samsung Unpacked event on February 20. Now sources close to the company claim that mass production of the S10 started simultaneously around the globe on January 25...
  • Regulate social media to protect children, MPs urge

    Social media companies should have a legal "duty of care" to children, the UK Parliament's Science and Technology Committee has recommended. The group's report said social media had helped facilitate bullying and online grooming of children. It called for a regulator to be established to take "enforcement action" if apps...
  • Facebook users continue to grow despite privacy scandals

    Facebook users have continued to rise despite a series of data privacy scandals and criticism over its attempt to stem toxic content. The social media giant said the number of people who logged into its site at least once a month jumped 9% last year to 2.32 billion people. Fears...
  • AMD CEO Talks Datacenter Share Gains As EPYC's 2X Uplift Per Socket Drives Revenue

    AMD reported its Q4 earnings yesterday, and overall it was good news for the company. While revenue was lower than what analysts were expecting, the company met its mark for earnings, which drove shares higher after hours. AMD shares finished Tuesday with a nearly 20 percent gain. A lot of that...
  • G.SKill's Trident Z Royal RAM Kits Deliver 192GB Of DDR4-4000 Punch For Xeon W-3175X

    G.Skill announced new hexa-channel DDR4 memory kits that will fall into its Trident Z Royal product line. These new memory kits are geared towards Intel's new high-end Xeon W-3175X processor -- which we reviewed here -- and support high memory capacities and fast data transfer speeds. G.Skill first launched its...
  • Chrome 72 Lands For PCs, Android And iOS: These New Features Await

    Google released the latest update to its popular Chrome web browser that has a notable change in feature set. This new version has a handful of improvements, but unfortunately it also removes one feature from the web browser. Starting with Chrome 72, you can no longer setup Chromecast devices using...
  • American Airlines Serves Up Free Wi-Fi Streaming For Apple Music Subscribers

    Airplane flights can be a bit of a drag. The aisles are cramped, the food tastes strange, and the Wi-Fi and entertainment offerings are often unreliable. Apple is trying to curb flight boredom with their latest offering. Apple Music subscribers will soon be able to access their music on any...

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