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Monthly Archives: January 2019

  • Porsche Taycan EV Owners Promised 3 Years Of Free Charging, Unmatched 350 kW Charge Performance

    Porsche is set to reveal the production version of its highly anticipated Taycan EV later this year. The vehicle concept, which first bowed in 2015 as the Mission E -- is based on a new electric car platform and promises to deliver the thrills that Porsche is known for with the instant torque of...
  • B&Q 'exposed data about store thieves'

    B&Q says it has taken action after being told that it exposed details of suspected store thieves to the net without password protection. The matter was brought to light by a security researcher last week. He said the DIY chain had taken the data offline, but was unable to get...
  • MSI And Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Turing Gaming Cards Confirmed By EEC Listings

    February 15th is fast approaching, which is the rumored launch date for NVIDIA's Turing-based GeForce GTX graphics cards. According to a report late last week the family will include the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, GeForce GTX 1660 and the GeForce GTX 1650. Today, further confirmation of the new Turing gaming cards comes to us...
  • Microsoft Dev Implores Mozilla To Surrender And Bring Firefox To Chromium

    There are mixed opinions on Microsoft's decision to rebuild its Edge browser around Chromium, the same open source platform that powers Google's own Chrome browser. For at least one Microsoft programmer, however, the decision is not only the right one for Edge, but Mozilla should "get down from its philosophical...
  • Samsung's Galaxy M Phone Family Is A Clever Defensive Move Against Huawei And Xiaomi

    Samsung has long reigned supreme as the world's top smartphone maker, but the company's seat at the throne is continually coming under attack from Chinese OEMs like Xiaomi and Huawei. Both companies have been offering budget-minded smartphones that deliver enviable specs at attractive price points. Samsung is fighting back hard with...
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 Rumored To Add This Handy Wireless Charging Feature

    Maybe one day we won't have to worry about charging our mobile phones—they'll just simply always turn on and work, with batteries that never run out of juice. Until that day arrives, charging is still an everyday occurrence for most of us. That includes a growing number of supplementary gadgets...
  • Facebook Messaging Merger Prompts Of Security And Antitrust Concerns

    Facebook recently revealed that it is working on cross-platform messaging between its three social media apps. Although the software rewrite is still in its infancy, it was immediately met with criticism and apprehension. Facebook’s intention of merging their messaging services has spurred concerns about privacy and calls for antitrust regulation...
  • Apple iPhone Production In The US Could Be Near Impossible Thanks To Screws?

    The vast majority of Apple's product manufacturing takes place overseas, and mostly in China. Labor costs are cheaper in China than they are in the United States, and while Apple CEO Tim Cook contends that is not the reason why, we have to think it plays a role. Even if...
  • NVIDIA Lowers Revenue Guidance On Sluggish GeForce RTX Demand And Datacenter Hiccups

    It appears that Apple isn't the only company that is issuing revenue warnings for its most recent quarter; NVIDIA has added its name to the list as well. The company announced today that it has revised its revenue guidance for fiscal Q4 2019 from $2.7 billion down to $2.2 billion. The reason...
  • Nick Clegg: Facebook should pay more tax outside US

    Former Deputy Prime Minister Sir Nick Clegg has told BBC News Facebook should pay more tax outside the US, at his first public appearance as the tech giant's head of communications. It was "unbalanced" that most of Facebook's $4bn [£3bn] tax bill was paid in the US "even though the...

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