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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Find My iPhone crowd catches Coachella festival 'thief'

    More than 100 iPhones have been found in a single backpack after people at the Coachella music festival in California tracked their missing handsets, local police have said. Revellers had used the Find My iPhone app, which shows the location of a linked phone on laptops or other devices, Indio...
  • Mike Huckabee Would Rather Have Obama Back Than Suffer Through Terrible Comcast Service

    During his eight years in office as President of The United States, Barack Obama was often the target of barbs from once presidential hopeful (and former Arkansas Governor) Mike Huckabee. But today, we learned that there is only but so much torture that Huckabee can take, and there is at...
  • Internet pioneer Robert Taylor dies

    One of the founding fathers of the internet, Robert Taylor, has died. While working at the Pentagon in the 1960s, he instigated the creation of Arpanet - a computer network that initially linked together four US research centres, and later evolved into the internet. At Xerox, he later oversaw the...
  • ‘The Surge’ High-Octane Action RPG Goes Gold For PC, Xbox One And PS4, PlayStation Gets 4K And 1080p60 Kicker

    No, your favorite 90’s soda is not suddenly back in fridge. The highly anticipated game The Surge has gone gold. The game will be available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on May 16th. The Surge is a science fiction action RPG that takes inspiration from the Rise of the Robots...
  • Galaxy S8 Bixby Button Remapping Accessibility Exploit Locked Down By Samsung

    Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships are highly anticipated, and will officially begin shipping on April 21st (if you’re a T-Mobile customer, you might be receiving your smartphone any day now). Today, we’re learning from a new report that Samsung wants to ensure that Galaxy S8 owners have quick...
  • Google Settles Russian Android Antitrust Case For $7.8 Million

    Google has just settled a lengthy Android antitrust case in Russia. Not only is the company being fined $7.8 million USD, but it has agreed to allow the pre-installation of third-party apps. This move will make room for apps like the the local Russian search engine Yandex NV. The decision...
  • Intel Cancels IDF 2017 After 20 Years Of Developer Engagement And Product Showcases

    If you look forward to visiting San Francisco for the yearly Intel Developer Forum (IDF), or instead anticipate the coverage from your favorite hardware websites (like HotHardware), we have some sad news for you today. Intel announce that it is ending the upcoming and all future IDF gatherings. This move...
  • Wireless Router Root Access Vulnerability Finally Exposed With All Models Named

    In 2013, security research firm DefenseCode revealed a major issue that plagued a large number of wireless routers, and because the number of affected devices was in the millions, the company held off on revealing the specifics. Fast-forward four years to the present day, and those details have finally been...
  • HTC Discounts U Ultra, HTC 10 And One A9 Android Phones For Limited Time

    LG just recently launched its swanky G6 flagship, and Samsung will set off a nuke in the Android smartphone marketplace with its Galaxy S8 and S8+ later this week (although T-Mobile jumped the gun for its customers that preordered the smartphones). But what about HTC? Once a name synonymous with...
  • Google Moving Quickly To Fix Chrome Browser Punycode Phishing Exploit

    If you're using Google's Chrome browser as your primary vehicle to surf the web, you may want to think about temporarily parking it and puttering around in something else. That's because the most recent version of Chrome is vulnerable to a devious phishing attack, one that is capable of spoofing...

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