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Monthly Archives: January 2021

  • What Is A FloC, And How Will Google Use It To Replace Third-Party Tracking Cookies?

    Cookies of the edible kind are delicious and comforting, whereas cookies of the technological kind can save, store, and track data in web browsers across browsing sessions. Companies can use them for good or bad things depending on the implementation from a website, like Twitter, Facebook, or others. When it...
  • Valve's Gabe Newell Sees Brain Computer Interfaces As Future Of Gaming And Our Perceived Reality

    Here we are excited about things like ray tracing and the latest game controllers such as the PS5 DualSense with its haptic feedback and adaptive triggers. But folks, when it comes to the future of gaming, Valve co-founder Gabe Newell has some wild ideas. The DualSense might be cool now...
  • Channel 4 Deepfake Queen complaints dropped by Ofcom

    The media regulator decided not to pursue complaints about decency over the channel's satire. Go to Source
  • Netflix Delivers Game-Changing Audio Upgrades To The Android Listening Experience

    When watching movies and television shows, bad audio can take viewers out of the moment in an epic battle scene or the final romantic moment between Romeo and Juliet. When it comes to TVs and sound systems, there is a certain level of hardware quality to be expected. However, when...
  • WhatsApp Is Bleeding Users By The Millions But Remains Steadfast On Privacy Policy

    Facebook does not exactly have a squeaky clean record when it comes user privacy (remember the Cambridge Analytica scandal?), so naturally an ambiguous update to its WhatsApp privacy policy concerned many people. Millions of them, actually, who have decided to leave WhatsApp behind and seek out alternative services for their...
  • ASUS TUF Dash F15 Crushes Benchmark With 11th Gen Core i7-11375H Tiger Lake-H CPU

    ASUS is getting ready to launch a new laptop line, the TUF Dash F15 series, which will pair select 11th Generation Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors (Tiger Lake-H) with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 GPU in an ultra-thin, light, and durable package. Ahead of the retail...
  • Radeon Navi 31 RDNA 3 GPU Rumored With 10,240 Cores, Huge Performance Lift

    It may seem premature to start discussing AMD's next-generation Radeon DNA (RDNA 3) graphics architecture when RDNA 2 parts have barely penetrated the market. Be that as it may, the web is tangled with rumors, leaked information, and juicy nuggets of information. Of particular interest is the supposed makeup of...
  • Satellites beat balloons in race for flying internet

    Last week, Google scrapped its Loon company, set up nine years ago to beam the internet down to rural areas via a network of large balloons but unable to "build a long-term, sustainable business". Go to Source
  • Zuckerberg's Biden problem

    Joe Biden has said he wants it removed. In fact, in that same New York Times interview from a year ago he said he wanted it "revoked immediately". Go to Source
  • NVIDIA's Planned Acquisition Of Arm Is Meeting Major Global Antitrust Resistance

    Back in September, NVIDIA and SoftBank confirmed the chip giant's intentions to acquire Arm for $40 billion. In the intervening months since the announcement, tech giants and governments alike have shown a range of reactions from hesitance to outright opposition to the transaction. Arm has a history of licensing its...

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