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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Verizon 5G Home Rollout Hits Proprietary Roadblock, Deployments Stalled Until 2H 2019

    It appears that Verizon has realized one of the big downsides to proclaiming "first" when it comes to its 5G wireless rollout. Verizon claimed to have the first 5G network available in the United States when it launched Verizon 5G Home back in early October, but it was using non-standardized 5G hardware. Verizon...
  • Here's How You Can Still Replace Your iPhone Battery For $29

    Apple caught some heat over its throttling mechanism in iOS, which reduces performance when the built-in battery degrades to a certain point. In response to the outrage that followed, Apple offered to replace out-of-warranty batteries at a discounted price—$29, versus $49. Unfortunately, the discounted offer expired at the start of...
  • Google Pushes Gmail Material Design Overhaul For iOS And Android

    Over the past year, Google has put considerable effort into bolstering its Gmail service on the web with new features and capabilities. For example, Gmail now utilizes machine learning techniques to help draft emails with Smart Compose, and it can remind you to follow up on emails that still need...
  • Apple Faces First Lawsuit For Embarrassing Group FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug

    Well, you could see this one coming from a mile away. Remember that Group FaceTime bug we wrote about yesterday? The one that Apple apparently knew about since at least last week? Predictably, someone has gone and filed a lawsuit and is seeking unspecified punitive damages on claims of negligence...
  • Samsung Unveils 1TB eUFS Storage That Could End Up In Galaxy S10

    Samsung on Wednesday announced it has begun mass producing the industry's first 1-terabyte capacity embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1 for use in next-generation mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Could this be a hint of what to expect from Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone? It is certainly a...
  • Audiovisual systems need more efficient integration and management

    What happened to the days of overhead projectors and clambering under desks for VGA (video graphics array) cables to connect to a screen? They may still be around in places, but anyone visiting ISE2019 in Amsterdam will immediately realise that audiovisual (AV) systems have evolved. They have become highly sophisticated...
  • Intel Xeon W-3175X Review: Super-Charged 28-Core Skylake-SP

    In October of last year, when Intel officially unveiled its 9th Generation Core series processors, the company also took the opportunity to announce a semi-new breed of workstation processor, namely the Xeon W-3175X. Technically speaking, the architecture at the heart of the Xeon W-3175X isn’t new – the monstrous 28-core...
  • Scruff gay dating app bans underwear photos

    Gay dating app Scruff has been criticised for banning images of men in underwear and swimming trunks. Scruff said it had changed its profile picture rules after "repeated suspensions by app store distributors". The app has disappeared from Google Play several times in recent months. In January, it was removed...
  • Facebook Paid Teens To Install Spyware VPN App That Monitored Their Every Move

    Facebook just can't put itself in a good light lately. A new report has shined a bright light on a Facebook policy that was paying people to install something called the Facebook Research VPN. Facebook allegedly paid teens and and adult users to install the VPN, which allowed the company to...
  • Apple reports lower Q4 2018 due to decline in iPhone sales

    Apple has reported a 5% drop in revenue to $84.3bn for the quarter, which ended December 2018. The company posted a 15% decline in iPhone revenue from a year ago. but it said revenue across the rest of its business grew 19%. Apple reported revenue for Mac computers grew 9...

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