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Monthly Archives: July 2019

  • US Border Patrol investigate ‘disturbing’ secret Facebook group

    Media playback is unsupported on your device US officials are investigating a secret Facebook group where border patrol members allegedly posted racist and sexist jokes about migrants. The private group was called "I'm 10-15" and had about 9,500 members, including former and current border patrol agents, ProPublica reported. Some posts...
  • Samsung Invites Us To Galaxy Unpacked 2019 For Impending Galaxy Note 10 Launch

    It's getting close to that time of year again folks; the time when Samsung releases another Galaxy Note smartphone. Samsung today sent out invites to the press to partake in a Galaxy Unpacked event that will be held in New York City on August 7th.  The event will take place...
  • Samsung CEO Laments Embarrassing Galaxy Fold Launch, Device Simply Wasn't Ready

    The Galaxy Fold launch didn't exactly go the way that Samsung had hoped for after multiple reviewers complained of faulty review units ahead of the device’s highly anticipated launch. The company was forced to call off the launch of the Galaxy Fold, and has been faced with problems concerning the...
  • Legendary Sony Walkman Portable Audio Player Turns 40 Today

    Anyone around in the '80s will remember people walking around with giant boom boxes on their shoulders blasting music to everyone in a massive radius. But there was also a much more discrete way to listen to music thanks to the Sony Walkman, which turned 40 years old today. For...
  • Google Aims To Nuke Apple AirDrop With New Android File Sharing Utility

    Google is working on making changes to how Android users share files between devices. The service looks to be a direct competitor to AirDrop offered on iOS devices. The new Android file sharing utility is called "Fast Share" and 9to5Google says that it was able to successfully activate the service...
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Battle Royale Mode Rumored, Dev Says 'No Comment'

    There's a new Call of Duty arriving later this year, and it's a reboot of Modern Warfare. The first Modern Warfare launched over a decade ago, and the most recent outing was Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4.  However, thanks to a new leak, we're learning more about the rumored battle...
  • TV star's call for online homophobia to be hate crime debated by MPs

    Media playback is unsupported on your device A call for online homophobia to become a specific criminal offence is being debated by MPs at Westminster. The event followed a petition calling for a new law that had been organised by the reality TV star Bobby Norris. The Only Way Is...
  • This BlueKeep Proof Of Concept Video Shows Why You Need To Update Windows Right Now

    A remote desktop exploit in Windows known as BlueKeep is no joke, and to prove it, security researchers at Sophos have created a proof-of-concept demonstration showing how easy it would be for an unpatched RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) server to be compromised. The researchers hope that the demonstration will essentially...
  • This Wild Samsung Rollable Smartphone Concept Makes Galaxy Fold Look Like Old News

    Samsung hoped to set the tech community ablaze with its Galaxy Fold smartphone, which as its names implies features a folding display. However, early problems with the protective display film and the hinge mechanism have postponed the launch indefinitely.  A newly uncovered patent shows that Samsung is working on a wild rollable smartphone...
  • French baby store modernises backup as Veeam handles 150TB a night

    French mother and baby store chain Orchestra has made the switch to Veeam backup software, in a move that has seen its backup window shrink while making dramatic savings in IT staff time. “Our priority is to meet the demands of the business. To permanently record the activity of 700 points...

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