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Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • Twitter will hide rule-breaking politicians' tweets

    Twitter says it will hide tweets by world leaders and politicians that break its rules but have been left online "in the public interest". Tweets from prominent government officials that break the platform's rules but have been left online will be hidden behind a notice. The company accepted it had...
  • 2.5 Geeks: 2TB Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus, Galaxy S10e, HP Omen X Emperium 65, TheC64 & More!

    In this episode of HotHardware’s Two And Half Geeks Podcast, Marco and Dave chat about the beefy 2TB Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus, Samsung's more cost-efficient Galaxy S10e, HP's MONSTER Omen X Emperium 65 Gaming display, TheC64 -- a full-sized Commodore 64 reboot and more! [embedded content] Show Notes:05:01...
  • How 'filthy rich' alter egos can protect your privacy

    If you have ever wondered what the internet looks like if you are filthy rich, now is your chance to find out. A project called Track This fools ad-tracking firms into thinking you have lots of cash, by opening many web pages at shops favoured by the wealthy. It seeks...
  • Pentagon Has A Frickin' Laser That Can Identify People By Heartbeat From Two Football Fields Away

    You may not realize it, but your heart is unique. Not only that, but what makes it unique to you is something the Pentagon can now detect from over 200 yards away with a frickin' laser beam. It's not attached to a shark (sorry, Dr. Evil), but the prototype laser...
  • No, Facebook Is Not Listening To Your Conversations But Here's Why It Seems Like It

    Facebook is definitely tracking us in ways that allow it to deliver targeted advertising, and in some instances, it feels like the social network is granting itself a frighteningly large amount of access to our daily lives. Be that as it may, Facebook is not listening to our conversations and...
  • VESA Publishes DisplayPort 2.0 Spec With Triple The Bandwidth And 16K Support

    It's been three years since the DisplayPort standard was last updated, so a replacement has been a long time coming. This week, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) officially announced the DisplayPort 2.0 specification, and it brings some key advantages over the current DisplayPort 1.4a standard. For starters, DisplayPort 2.0...
  • MPs to probe UK’s growing e-waste problem

    The cross-party Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has opened an inquiry into electronic waste, also known as e-waste, and the circular economy, as the number of connected devices in use in the UK continues to increase dramatically and shows no sign of slowing. The EAC claimed that out of 44.7 million...
  • Nintendo Goes Into Lockdown Mode As Switch Mini Game Console Rumors Heat Up

    We first heard about Nintendo possibly launching a smaller, more portable version of its Switch console two years ago. Nothing has yet materialized, but the rumors keep coming, and seem to be hitting a fever pitch. It appears more likely than ever that a Switch Mini is in the cards...
  • Reddit places pro-Donald-Trump forum in quarantine

    One of the internet's most popular forums for supporters of President Trump has had restrictions placed on it by its host site, Reddit. The platform now warns visitors that some members of the community have been involved in making "threats of violence against police and public officials". Users must now...
  • Microsoft Pushes Chromium Edge Dev Preview To Windows 7 And Windows 8.x, Download It Now

    Microsoft is pushing to get as many of its customers as possible to transition over to Windows 10, but that doesn't mean that the company is leaving consumers and business on legacy operating systems completely behind. Last week, the company made the surprise announcement that it was making the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser...

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