Monthly Archives: September 2019

  • Amazon's Alexa-Enabled AirPods Rival Expected To Include Integrated Fitness Tracking Features

    Do not fret about that voice you are hearing in your head, it is just Alexa, the helpful digital assistant that dutifully works for Amazon. Oh, what's that, there aren't any voices in your head? Well then, give it time and perhaps there soon will be—Amazon is apparently working on...
  • Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha Is Gorgeous Flagship With Wild 180% Wraparound Display, 108MP Camera

    In some respects, smartphone design has stagnated, save for a few attempts to dish up new form factors and innovative features, such as folding displays. Xiaomi did not go that route, though it did just unveil the Mi Mix Alpha, a beautifully rendered concept handset described as a "bold imagination...
  • Razer Blade Pro 17 Gaming Laptop Adds Crispy 4K 120Hz Display Option

    Earlier this year, Razer upgraded its beefy Blade Pro 17 gaming laptop with 9th generation Intel Core processors. Now, for the start of fall, Razer has turned its attention to giving gamers a long-awaited display upgrade. While the Blade Pro 17 was previously available with a 144Hz Full HD display, Razer is now...
  • Google Pixelbook Go Laptop To Offer 13.3-inch 4K Display

    A new rumor is floating around claiming the next Pixelbook that Google launches will be called the Pixelbook Go. The machine is tipped to debut at the Made by Google event to showcase fresh new hardware next month.  The Pixelbook Go reportedly lacks the 2-in-1 form factor of the Pixelbook...
  • Cloud provider sweeps away legacy storage for 1PB of Infinidat

    UK-based cloud services provider Core DataCloud has consolidated disk storage from several vendors – including EMC Isilon, Unity, Nimble Storage and Rubrik – onto a single Infinidat petabyte-scale storage platform. The Infinidat Infinibox will support backup and disaster recovery services for Core DataCloud, which has around 120 customers served from...
  • Google wins landmark right to be forgotten case

    Europe's top court has ruled that Google does not have to apply the right to be forgotten globally. It means that firm only needs to remove references to articles and other material from its search results in Europe - and not elsewhere - after receiving an appropriate request. The ruling...
  • Google Play Pass Launching With 350 Apps And Games For $1.99/Month Promo

    Google has launched its Google Play Pass, its competition to Apple Arcade. Android users can register right now for the service, and for a limited time, it will cost $1.99 per month for the first year, and then it will cost $4.99 per month. Google is offering a free ten-day...
  • Samsung's Galaxy Fold Launches In US September 27th, But Durability Concerns Remain

    After the original incarnation of the Galaxy Fold crashed and burned when reviewers were quick to point out a number of glaring design faults, Samsung is ready to try again with it first folding smartphone. The revised Galaxy Fold was released earlier this month in South Korea, and now its stateside...
  • Google Assistant Update Seeks To Quiet Public Outcry Over Privacy Violations

    After catching heat for hiring subcontractors tasked with listening to audio recordings from its smart products, Google is making some changes to its privacy policies in hopes of easing concerns among consumers. It is basically an effort towards better transparency, as Google outlines in a new blog post on the...
  • Danielle Cohn: Are teen influencers being exploited?

    US social media star Danielle Cohn has nearly four million followers on Instagram and 1.4 million on YouTube. She's also one of TikTok's biggest stars, with more than 13 million fans. The teenager's photographs and their captions are often provocative. She wears bikinis, lingerie and figure-hugging dresses, and her photo...

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