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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  • Facebook bans UK far right groups and leaders

    Facebook has imposed a ban on a dozen far-right individuals and organisations that it says "spread hate". The ban includes the British National Party and Nick Griffin, the English Defence League and the National Front. The list also includes Britain First, which was already banned, but this latest action will...
  • Facebook scraped email contacts of 1.5 million users

    Facebook "unintentionally" uploaded the email contacts of more than 1.5 million users without asking permission to do so, the social network has admitted. The data harvesting happened via a system used to verify the identity of new members, Facebook asked new users to supply the password for their email account...
  • HP reveals boosted professional-grade laptop lineup

    HP has unveiled its latest suite of enterprise-level laptops and workstations, embedded with artificial intelligence to boost security in the workplace. The newly announced HP EliteBook x360 830 G6, EliteBook 800, HP ZBook 14u and 15u will all feature the company's Sure Sense, which uses AI to predict malware threats...
  • Samsung's folding phone breaks for reviewers

    Earlier this week, Samsung sent out its remarkable new folding smartphone to a number of media outlets, including the BBC. Perhaps now it wishes it hadn’t. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman: The Verge’s Dieter Bohn: CNBC’s Steve Kovach: Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. We’re still waiting on a statement from Samsung...
  • Flexible Facepalm, Samsung Galaxy Fold Displays Are Already Failing

    Samsung’s high-profile and highly expensive Galaxy Fold hasn’t even made it to the hands of consumers yet, but it looks as though the company already has a PR nightmare on its hands. The South Korean company sent out a handful of Galaxy Fold review samples to bloggers around the globe, and a...
  • Microsoft Surface Hub 2S Collaborative Display Aims At The Workplace, Ships in June

    Last year Microsoft announced that it was working on the Surface Hub 2S, a big screen device aimed at workplace productivity and video conferencing. The Hub 2S is a different product than the Surface Hub 2 unveiled last year. One of the key features that Microsoft bragged about with the...
  • Genesis Goes Urban Chic With Diminutive Mint Concept EV Coupe

    Genesis is slowly fleshing out its U.S. product lineup as the luxury-car arm of Hyundai. While the luxury brand has so far only released sedans in America, crossover vehicles are also on the way. And if the new “Mint Concept” is any indication, it looks like the South Korean automakers...
  • A Pack Of 10 Boston Dynamics SpotMini Robots Gang Up To 'Steal' A Box Truck

    When the future robot overlords rise up, they will need pets to do their bidding. Perhaps this is where Boston Dynamics' SpotMini robots come in. SpotMini robots look sort of like dogs and can dance, fetch you a beer and even walk up/down stairs. We've seen one twerking its shiny...
  • Autonomous vehicle tech is too costly and unreliable for production

    A study by analyst Forrester for chipmaker Arm, looking at the development of autonomous vehicles (AV), has reported that engineers believe the cost of the technology needed to support autonomous vehicles is too high. Forrester’s study found most of the organisations that have developed AV prototypes are struggling to translate...
  • US DOJ Has Serious Concerns About T-Mobile's Merger With Sprint

    Sprint and T-Mobile announced a little over a year ago that they would be merging into one company. However, the United States Department of Justice has a few things to say about this union before the companies can ride off into the sunset. The Department of Justice has reportedly told...

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