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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Apple Faces Possible Class Action Suit For Securities Fraud After Guidance Revision

    An investor rights law firm is investigating potential security fraud claims on behalf of shareholders of Apple and may end up filing a class action lawsuit. The investigation comes after Apple lowered its earnings guidance for its first fiscal quarter of 2019, in which Apple CEO Tim Cook said he...
  • Intel admits chip security has a long way to go

    A year on from the discovery of the Spectre and Meltdown processor flaws, Intel has admitted its work on security has only just begun. In a web post, Leslie Culbertson, an executive vice-president and general manager of product assurance at Intel, wrote: “While I’m pleased with the progress we’ve made...
  • LG Announces 8K ThinQ AI Smart TVs Ahead Of CES 2019 Debut

    CES 2019 kicks off in just a few days, and ahead of the start of the show, LG has announced new smart TVs that will be on display that will go well with its already announced new sound bars. The new line of TVs slot into the ThinQ AI series and are...
  • Razer Blade 15 (2018) review: An unlikely MacBook Pro alternative

    Like the vast majority of Razer's output, the Blade 15 is made for gaming - and pretty serious gaming too, judging by its dedicated 8GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Max-Q graphics processor and hexa-core Intel Core i7-8750H. Still, could such muscular hardware give it a second life as a mobile...
  • Gaming worth more than video and music combined

    The video games sector now accounts for more than half of the UK's entire entertainment market, according to a new report. The industry is worth £3.86bn ($4.85bn) - more than double its value in 2007 - said the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA). That makes it more lucrative than video and...
  • Where ordering cannabis is easy as booking a taxi

    Ordering cannabis in Los Angeles is now as easy as booking a taxi. Click on an app, choose your preferred product, pay for it and then sit back and wait for it to be delivered to your door. Eaze is just one of several firms taking advantage of the legalisation...
  • Apple blames China as it cuts forecast

    Apple has rattled investors with news that its sales have been slowing, blaming economic weakness in China. In a surprise disclosure, the iPhone maker said it anticipated revenue of about $84bn (£67bn) for the three months to 29 December. In November it forecast sales of at least $89bn - a...
  • Apple Lowers Guidance On Soft iPhone Sales As It Atones For Past Sins

    It looks as though not all is well in Cupertino. In a rather odd and rare break from Apple’s usual cadence with respect to its earnings releases, CEO Tim Cook posted an open letter to investors this afternoon to state that it has revised its revenue guidance downward for the...
  • USB-C Authentication Protocol Could Protect Devices From Hardware Hacks

    The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has announced a new authentication standard that can be implemented for USB-C devices and complimenting chargers. USB-C Authentication, as it’s called, uses 128-bit “cryptographic-based authentication” to help mitigate potential security intrusions from USB thumb drives and chargers that could be used to deliver malicious payloads/firmware...
  • Fallout 76's First Bug Of The New Year Removes All Nuke Codes

    Two days into the new year and already Bethesda has a new bug in Fallout 76 to annoy gamers. The new bug is leaving gamers unable to access the in-game nuke codes. Without the nuke codes, players aren't able to deploy nukes around the map. The strangest part about this...

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