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Monthly Archives: October 2019

  • Facebook content moderation firm Cognizant quits

    Cognizant, a professional services firm, is to stop moderating "objectionable" content on behalf of Facebook and other clients. It follows an investigation by The Verge into working conditions and the mental health of employees working at an Arizona moderation centre on behalf of the social network. Cognizant also has workers...
  • Steam Library Update And Remote Play Together Now Available For All

    Valve has announced that starting today, the features of the new Steam Library that were previously offered only to beta users are now available to all. The company is also saying thanks to those who tried the new library during the beta, and it notes that Steam will continue to...
  • Twitter bans all political advertising

    Twitter has banned all political advertising worldwide, saying that the reach of such messages "should be earned, not bought". "While internet advertising is incredibly powerful and very effective for commercial advertisers, that power brings significant risks to politics," company CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted. Social media rival Facebook recently ruled out...
  • Intel 10nm Ice Lake-SP Xeons Arriving Q3 2020 With Up To 38 Cores And 76 Threads

    Intel kicked off volume shipments over its 10th generation 10nm Ice Lake processors for the consumer laptop market during Q3, and it looks as though roughly a year's time will elapse before we see Ice Lake-based designs arrive for the workstation and server markets (i.e. Xeon processors). A presentation slide taken...
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro Offers Rugged Tablet Design And Swappable Batteries

    Samsung has announced a new tablet that is aimed directly at the mobile workforce in the United States. The tablet is called the Galaxy Tab Active Pro, and it is a ruggedized tablet for mobile workers that is designed specifically for those who work in harsh environments both indoors and...
  • DeepMind AI achieves Grandmaster status at Starcraft 2

    DeepMind says it has created the first artificial intelligence to reach the top league of one of the most popular esport video games. It says Starcraft 2 had posed a tougher AI challenge than chess and other board games, in part because opponents' pieces were often hidden from view. Publication...
  • Xhelper Malware Silently Infects More Than 45,000 Android Devices

    Google is having a significant problem with malware on the Google Play store with apps that continue to infect tens of thousands of users. Another Android malware app called Xhelper has been thriving on Google Play for the last six months and infected 45,000 devices during that time.  Making Xhelper a...
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Outguns Black Ops 4 With Sales Topping $600M In 3 Days

    The highly anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot is off to a fast start. According to an announcement sent out by Activision, Modern Warfare has sold more units in its first three days than any other Call of Duty game sold in the same time frame within "this console...
  • You Can Now Stream Any Xbox One Game From Your Console To An Android Device

    Today's a big day in the world of game streaming. While Google and Microsoft are both developing paid services (Stadia and Project xCloud respectively) that will allow you to stream games to just about any device, the former also has a more localized option just for Xbox One owners. The...
  • Sony PlayStation 4 Becomes 2nd Best-Selling Home Console In History

    Sony tacked on an additional 2.8 million PlayStation 4 console sales during its second quarter for fiscal 2019 (July through September). Those sales bring the cumulative tally to 102.8 million PS4 units to date, making it more successful (in terms of units sold) than the original PlayStation, and second only...

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