Monthly Archives: August 2019

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review: Power Of The Pen And Much More

    Galaxy Note 10+ - Samsung's Phablet Flagship Is Bigger, More Powerful But Is It Better? Samsung's Galaxy Note series of large format Android smartphones has never been about compromise. The pen-wielding, hybrid devices have always been bigger, more powerful and more capable, with larger batteries and as many bells, whistles...
  • Here's Why Facebook Is Using Minecraft To Train Its AI Assistant

    When we think of Minecraft, we think of an addictive game that allows us to escape the rigors of everyday life to embark in a simplistic, virtualized world that is both fun and engaging. However, Facebook sees Minecraft as more than just mere child's play -- in fact, it's using...
  • Samsung's Long-Delayed Galaxy Fold Relaunch May Take Place Next Week At IFA

    At long last, Samsung's folding smartphone may finally see the light of day next month, following a short-lived and ill-fated launch. We are of course talking about the Galaxy Fold. If the latest report from a South Korean news agency is on target, Samsung will debut a reworked version of...
  • Google Uncovers Major iPhone Security Flaw That Left Users Vulnerable For Years

    A member of Google's Project Zero security team has written a lengthy blog post detailing a series of iOS exploit chains discovered in the wild. According to Project Zero's findings, a hacking group underwent a "sustained effort to hack the users of iPhones" for a period of at least two...
  • Microsoft Reimagines Windows 10 Tablet UI Experience With Latest 20H1 Build

    Microsoft has launched a new Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18970 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring. This build brings a new tablet experience for 2-in-1 convertible PCs as a Beta to Windows insiders. The new experience is meant to allow tablet mode users to stay in their familiar...
  • John Carmack Level-Sets The Future OF Consumer AR With Joe Rogan And It Ain't Magic Leap

    Oculus CTO John Carmack recently went on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast where he talked about the state of augmented and virtual reality. Carmack talked a bit about Facebook's recent suggestions that the future of Insight and Guardian motion-tracking technologies is all-day wearable augmented reality glasses. He underscored that future...
  • Google finds 'indiscriminate iPhone attack lasting years'

    Security researchers at Google have found evidence of a “sustained effort” to hack iPhones over a period of at least two years. The attack was said to be carried out using websites which would discreetly implant malicious software to gather contacts, images and other data. Google’s analysis suggested the booby-trapped...
  • Half of parents 'want mobile phones banned in schools'

    Just under half of UK parents, 49%, think their child's school should ban mobile phones, a survey by price comparison site uSwitch suggests. One in eight parents said their child's school had already done so. The survey, of just over 1,000 people, also suggested that the average value of gadgets...
  • Dell XPS, SanDisk microSDs And Vizio Smart TVs Deeply Discounted In These Labor Day Deals

    Labor Day is fast approaching, which means that a number of retailers are piling on the discounts for consumers. With that in mind, we have some rather enticing deals in store for you today on a variety of products including notebooks, desktops, storage products and smart TVs. First up are...
  • Samsung Opens Galaxy Home Mini Hardware Beta Test, Still Hasn't Launched Galaxy Home

    Samsung is in the smart assistant business with Bixby, which has so far been integrated into its smartphones, like the Galaxy S10. Samsung had hoped to integrated Bixby into a smart speaker which was dubbed Galaxy Home and was announced a year ago (and has still not been released). Samsung...

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