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Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • Censorship claims emerge as TikTok gets political in India

    Ajay Barman, 22, is a fading TikTok star in India. Not because he is past his prime, but because - he alleges - he's been "shadow banned" for uploading videos on Hindu-Muslim brotherhood on the popular video creation and sharing platform. Shadow banning is the act of partially blocking content...
  • Samsung Galaxy Book S Preorders Open: 23-Hour Battery Life In A 2.11-Pound Frame

    It's finally happening! Samsung first announced its Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx-based Galaxy Book S way back in August 2019 at the Galaxy Note 10 event, and it was truly an impressive beast. But months went by without another word from Samsung on the machine; that is until now. Samsung has finally opened up...
  • Apple Bears The Brunt Of Jury's $1.1 Billion Wi-Fi Patent Infringement Verdict Owed To CalTech

    A jury has awarded $1.1 billion in damages to the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) after finding Apple and Broadcom guilty of infringing on its Wi-Fi patents. Apple bears the brunt of the penalty, as it has been ordered to pay $837.8 million in damages, while Broadcom is now legally...
  • Artificial intelligence-created medicine to be used on humans for first time

    A drug molecule "invented" by artificial intelligence (AI) will be used in human trials in a world first for machine learning in medicine. It was created by British start-up Exscientia and Japanese pharmaceutical firm Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma. The drug will be used to treat patients who have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD...
  • Despite Windows 7 End Of Support, These Antivirus Companies Will Still Offer Protection

    Microsoft officially ended support for Windows 7 on January 14th. The company has urged users to update to Windows 10 as soon as possible, but many are still clinging to Windows 7. Fortunately for die-hard Windows 7 fans, several antivirus companies and browser manufacturers will continue to offer support to...
  • HP Elite Dragonfly Review: A Super Stylish 2-In-1 Laptop

    The high end 2-in-1 notebook market is pretty crowded with entrants from Microsoft, Dell, Lenovo, HP, ASUS and others. As a result, it's pretty tough to make a convertible laptop that stands out from the rest. HP's doing its best, however, with its new Elite Dragonfly line of lightweight, 2-in-1...
  • Apple, Samsung Practically Tied In Global Smartphone Sales: Report

    In what is like to come as a surprise to absolutely no one, the latest market research data shows Apple and Samsung shipping around the same number of smartphones, putting the two technology behemoths on relatively equal footing (in terms of market share). It's a little hard to gauge, though...
  • ASRock Polychrome Sync App Outs Intel Z490 Comet Lake-S Motherboards

    Just last week, a new Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) listing tipped the pending release of nearly a dozen Z490 motherboards from MSI, which will presumably launch alongside Intel's upcoming Comet Lake-S desktop processors. That launch must be getting close, because ASRock has seemingly revealed its Z490 lineup as well. Unlike...
  • Facebook settles facial recognition dispute

    Facebook has settled a long-running legal dispute about the way it scans and tags people's photos. It will pay $550m (£421m) to a group of users in Illinois, who argued that its facial recognition tool was in violation of the state's privacy laws. The case has been ongoing since 2015...
  • This Windows 10 Cumulative Update Finally Fixes Lingering File Explorer Bugs

    Microsoft has launched a new cumulative update KB4532695 for Windows 10 that fixes some of the bugs that were introduced with the November 2019 Update. Specifically, the new Windows KB update fixes issues with File Explorer search that has made it unusable since the November update 1909. With that update...

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