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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Former Mozilla VP Claims Google Sabotaged Firefox To Further Chrome Adoption

    Firefox is a web browser that is used by lots of people, even if it's not the dominant browser on the market. That dominant browser is Google Chrome. Mozilla is the company behind Firefox, and it has worked hard to improve the browser with new features like increased security to...
  • Google Android Gains Browser And Search Ballot Boxes In EU Over Antitrust Crackdown

    Back in late March, we learned that Google was working to implement a web browser ballot screen in its Android operating system. Google announced the move to appease antitrust regulators in the European Union (EU) and said that it would "ensure that Android phone makers know about the wide choice of browsers...
  • Crucial P1 SSD Review: Nimble NVMe Storage For Pennies Per Gig

    Like a handful of other recently-released solid state drives that feature QLC (quad-level cell) NAND flash memory, the Crucial P1 series is designed to be a relatively high-performing, but still affordable storage option, versus legacy SATA-based solutions. When it initially arrived, the Crucial P1’s MSRPs didn’t necessarily reflect this design...
  • What To Expect With Microsoft's Next-Gen Xbox Versus Sony's PlayStation 5

    Before we go any further, forget about the disc-less Xbox One S All Digital edition that is up for preorder for $250. That is not the next-gen Xbox we want to focus on. It's not a next-gen console at all, and is basically an Xbox One S without the optical...
  • Facebook Confirms Work On Advanced Voice AI To Battle Alexa And Siri

    Remember life before digital assistants? Even if you are not using one, it is a safe bet that you know someone who is, because they are all over the place. The market is flush with them—Alexa (Amazon), Siri (Apple), Cortana (Microsoft), Google Assistant (Google), and Bixby (Samsung), those being the...
  • Acer takes aim at business users with ConceptD line

    Acer has produced serviceable general-purpose laptops and Chromebooks for years, some winning acclaim and others falling to the wayside. But the Taiwanese hardware firm never truly targeted professional or business users to the same extent as the likes of HP and Dell have. That's set to change with the ConceptD...
  • Nintendo Switch Lite Reportedly Arrives This Fall With A More Powerful System To Follow

    Nintendo's gamble that gamers would be interested in a hybrid console that both connects to a big screen TV and can be played on the go paid off in a big way. The Switch, despite being relatively under powered compared to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, has proven immensely...
  • Google And Amazon End Their Petty Streaming Dispute As YouTube Returns To Fire TV

    Google and Amazon have long feuded when it comes to their streaming offerings, which means that users beholden to each respective platform have needlessly suffered. As a result of the tech giant squabbling, Fire TV users have been without the YouTube app since late 2017, while the Prime Video app has been...
  • Samsung Vows To Thoroughly Investigate Epic Fail Of Galaxy Fold Displays

    Yesterday told you about the unfortunate news concerning Samsung's brand-new Galaxy Fold smartphone. Hailed as being a revolutionary design that gives users a tablet experience in a device that is still somewhat pocketable, the Galaxy Fold is the first such entry from a major OEM. In a flood of first-person reports that...
  • Facebook Tramples User Privacy Uploading Contact List Email Addresses Without Consent

    Another day, another Facebook privacy row. Of all the major technology companies out there, the social networking giant seems utterly incapable of keeping its users' information private. Last month reports indicated that Facebook was under criminal investigation over sharing user data without permission. Facebook also announced in March that up...

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