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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Next-Gen iPhone Rumored To Wirelessly Charge AirPods And Apple Watch, Faster Wired Charging Too

    Apple’s next generation iPhones likely won’t be unveiled until sometime in September, but details on the smartphones are already starting to slowly leak out. The latest report from Macotakara has a few insights into what is on the schedule for the new iPhones. The first is with regards to wireless charging...
  • Samsung EVO Super Fast MicroSD Cards Deals Start At $7, 256GB For Just $39

    Expanding on your smartphone storage has never been easier, with many of today's Android devices sporting expandable MicroSD card slots on board to offer additional capacity. And of course DSLR shutterbugs, videographers and drone flyers alike can all appreciate having enough high speed memory card storage at the ready in...
  • Report Shows AT&T's Faux 5G E Is Actually Slower Than T-Mobile And Verizon 4G

     AT&T is already embroiled in lawsuits over its “5G Evolution” service, or 5G E, which the company claims enables speeds up to 2x faster than traditional 4G LTE on compatible devices. Competitors, however, have taken AT&T to task over this claim, and allege that 5G E is nothing more than...
  • Study Finds Most Bitcoin Trading Is Faked And Unregulated

    The Bitcoin boom has generally gone bust, and as a result, we just don't hear as much about cryptocurrency as a major market mover as we used to. The value of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies crashed last summer, leaving many investors hurting and lots of crypto mining rigs with expensive GPUs running...
  • Philips Brilliance 499P9H review: A truly mammoth monitor

    The Philips Brilliance 499P9H is one of the most outlandish monitors we've ever seen. It's an absolute unit, with a 49in diagonal, and its 32:9 aspect ratio makes it one of the widest panels available. This unconventional, curved widescreen is designed for productivity, but its price of £942 exc VAT...
  • Microsoft's Windows 7 Nag Screens Arrive Warning Of Impending Support Doom

    Earlier this month, we reported that Microsoft is stepping up its efforts to get customers to flee the near nearly decade-old Windows 7 operating system and upgrade to the new hotness: Windows 10. There are of course plenty of reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 from a performance and features standpoint, but...
  • Are bots gaming the 'Cancel Brexit' petition?

    Questions have been asked about whether a government petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled has been swamped by bots. Bots are automated programmes which can carry out a command thousands of times. The BBC spoke to three cyber-security experts about how likely it is that a number of the...
  • Android Battery Life Issues? Massive Ad Fraud Scheme Could Be The Culprit

    Perhaps in the future, smartphones and other battery-powered gadgets will run indefinitely, never needing to be recharged (or manually recharged anyway). Until then, battery life is a primary concern. Unfortunately for some Android users, a massive ad fraud scheme could have been making their devices run out of juice way...
  • Microsoft's Clippy Briefly Comes Back To Life Only To Be Killed Off Again

    Every wonder where paperclips end up when they disappear from your desk, only be to lost and forgotten over time? I imagine it is a sad existence. Clippy, Microsoft's love-to-hate Office assistant from yesteryear, knows that well. After being retired for more than two decades, and forgotten by many (and...
  • Battlefield V Firestorm Battle Royale Gameplay Trailer Turns Up The Heat

    Maybe it came down to a licensing issue or perhaps publisher Electronic Arts never considered it, but I can't help but there there was a missed, golden opportunity to play Johnny Cash's Ring of Fire to the new gameplay trailer for Battlefield V's upcoming Firestorm battle royale mode. That's okay...

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