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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Why CIOs need to reshape desktop IT for Windows 7 end of support

    Almost half of UK and US organisations surveyed by market research firm Censuswide are still using Microsoft’s Windows 7 operating system (OS) The survey of 160 UK and 160 US organisations, carried out on behalf of software-defined delivery specialist Kollective, looked at the potential costs and security threats of staying on Windows...
  • FTC Suit Blames Qualcomm In Part For High Cost Of Smartphones

    Back in 2017, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a suit against Qualcomm alleging antitrust violations, and only reached trial this week. Odds are that even if the FTC wins the suit against Qualcomm, and licensing fees and royalties that smartphone makers are charged decreased, the smartphone makers would...
  • Fujitsu ScanSnap iX1500 review: A standout scanner

    Stepping up to the pinnacle of Fujitsu's ScanSnap desktop scanner family, the iX1500 is designed to make scanning a swift one-tap operation. Aimed at home offices and small businesses, it offers a good speed of 30ppm for 300dpi colour scans, duplex operations and support for simultaneous USB 3 and 11n...
  • CES 2019: The sat nav of the future has arrived

    A car dashboard that can display information, directions and points of interest as holograms was demonstrated behind closed doors at the CES tech show in Las Vegas. UK firm Envisics gave the BBC's Chris Fox an exclusive look at the technology in action. While the system is difficult to demonstrate...
  • Firefox 69 Puts Stranglehold On Adobe Flash, Disabling It By Default

    At one point in time, it seemed like Adobe's Flash animation plugin was invincible. How could such a widely-used API ever die off? Well, as it turns out, when the plugin in question has been riddled with security vulnerabilities for most of its life, sometimes the developer will do the...
  • Alleged OnePlus 7 Leak Points To Notch-Less Display And Slider Design

    When Apple unveiled its first iPhone X in 2017, iPhone (and Android) fans around the world let out a collective gasp as they witnessed the next stage of smartphone design: the infamous "notch." From the get-go, notched designs seemed forced, especially when countless Android manufacturers jumped on the bandwagon seemingly...
  • 2020 Toyota Supra Leaked Again Revealing Interior And Rumored Base Price Of $49,990

    What else is left at this point? There have been more leaks of the 2020 Toyota Supra than you can shake a stick at over the past few weeks; most of them coming from within Toyota. Today, we've got even more pics along with alleged pricing for the vehicle. Starting off with pictures...
  • Epic Games Store Enacts New Refund Policy To Match Steam’s Unlimited Refunds

    When Epic Games was gearing up to launch Fornite for PC gamers, it decided to bypass the popular Steam store to get around the cut of profits Valve demands. Instead, Epic Games created its own store to peddle Fortnite and was able to keep all the profits for itself. The...
  • AMD CTO Promises Full 7nm Radeon Lineup Refresh In 2019

    One of the pleasant surprises at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) last week was AMD's unveiling of its Radeon VII graphics card. Based on a refresh of its Vega GPU architecture, it is the first consumer graphics card for gaming to feature silicon that is built from a 7-nanometer manufacturing...
  • Fallout 76 Players Found In This Secret Developer Room Are Likely To Get The Banhammer

    Bethesda has had more than a few problems with Fallout 76, though fans of the franchise had very high hopes. The biggest issue early on was that the game was riddled with bugs, rendering it unplayable many players. In addition, Bethesda has at times been rather heavy-handed with the ban hammer, with reports that...

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