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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Automatic compensation for broadband users goes live

    Five UK broadband and landline providers will now automatically compensate customers when services do not work. From Monday, customers who experience delayed repairs, installations or missed engineer appointments will be compensated, without having to ask. BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media and Zen Internet have joined Ofcom's scheme, which is not...
  • Google Camera 6.2 Software To Bring Cool New Tricks Like Cheetah Time Lapse And More

    It has been a little over five months since Google has released an update for its Google Camera app. The latest update started to roll out this week to Pixel users. Google Camera 6.2 software includes a number of new features such as dark mode and preparations for upcoming features...
  • Facebook Considers Live Video Streaming Restrictions Following Horrific Christchurch Attack

    Several weeks ago, a terrorist killed fifty people at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand. The horrific attack was streamed through Facebook Live and shared thousands of times through additional Facebook posts. Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg recently shared a letter with the...
  • Ailing Apple Loses A-Series iPhone Chip Engineer, Nabs Tesla Powertrain Guru

    Apple has lost one of its key engineers that was instrumental in the development of the A-series chips that are used in the iPhone and iPad going back to the A7. The engineer is Gerard Williams III, and he was a senior director in platform architecture for Apple. His departure...
  • AMD Predicted To Further Chip Away At Intel Server CPU Market Share With EPYC Through 2020

    AMD's rise back to prominence in the high-end CPU space has been partly (wait for it)...EPYC. That of course refers to AMD's efforts on the server side of the equation, where its EPYC processors are posing a formidable challenge to rival Intel's stronghold on the market. Little by little, however...
  • Mark Zuckerberg asks governments to help control internet content

    Mark Zuckerberg says regulators and governments should play a more active role in controlling internet content. In an op-ed published in the Washington Post, Facebook's chief says the responsibility for monitoring harmful content is too great for firms alone. He calls for new laws in four areas: "Harmful content, election...
  • Valve Teases Homegrown ‘Index’ VR Headset, May Launch Confirmed

    Years ago many expected virtual reality (VR) headsets and games to have a much bigger following than they do today. Adoption has been rather slow on the VR front for gamers; businesses users have found more use for VR headsets in many instances. To that business end, HTC announced its...
  • NVIDIA's Tom 'TAP' Petersen Shockingly Departs The Company

    NVIDIA is losing its longtime Director of Technical Marketing, Tom "TAP" Petersen, who announced on Friday that he had wrapped up his final day with the firm. It is not clear where Tom will end up or what he has planned next, though we have a suspicion he will go...
  • Google Accidentally Outs Nest Home Hub Max With 10-inch Smart Display

    Home smart devices have increasingly become multifunctional and serve consumers through screens, cameras, stereos, and virtual assistants. Google already offers a range of home devices, but its next device appears to follow this multi-use trend. Google accidentally revealed an upcoming product called the Nest Hub Max on its own website...
  • Sega Genesis Mini Retro Console Lands September 19th Packing 40 Games

    Retro gaming is not only alive and well, it is downright thriving, at least for Nintendo. Others have tried to capture the same magic as the NES Classic and SNES Classic, notably Sony, Commodore, and Atari. We can now add Sega to the list—Sega announced at Sega Fes 2019 that...

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