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HITMAN 2 Bashed For ‘Data Harvesting’ Privacy Policy

HITMAN 2 launched last week and was well received in many ways. Steam reviews for the game have been largely…

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Instagram Targets Illegally Obtained Likes and Followers

Third-party services selling likes and followers on Instagram have been available for a long time. According to the terms of…

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Apple Users Not Running The Latest Security Update Might Find Themselves In A Curious Problem

If you’re an Apple user then you probably have your latest updates installed, but if you don’t, then you might…

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Microsoft Faces More Bad Luck with Updates, Withdraws Updates for Office 2010

It seems that bad luck has surrounded Microsoft’s updates since the last few months as one problem or another keeps…

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AMD Ryzen Owners Can Now Refund Their HTC Vive Wireless Adapters Due To Compatibility Issues

Many users, specifically AMD Ryzen owners, have been running into compatibility issues when using the HTC Vive wireless adapter. The…

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Google Assistant Now Adds Support For Chinese, Hindi and Other Languages, More Incoming According To A Recent Finding

Google Assistant, the innovative and powerful multi-platform virtual assistant by Google has been constantly updated since its inception in order…

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RSA’s Report Shows Phishing Attacks make up 50% of all Cyber crime in this quarter, Caution Advised

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are bringing about several special offers for the people all over the world. Unfortunately, with…

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Microsoft limits functionality for older versions of the Office: Enterprise users to suffer additional subscription costs

Initially launched as a whole suite for businesses of all kinds, Microsoft Office 365 came out back in 2011, introducing…

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Researchers Find Critical Vulnerability In Optical In-Display Fingerprint Sensors, Allowed Attackers To Unlock Devices Instantly

In-Display Fingerprint sensors seem like an upcoming trend in smartphones. Conventional fingerprint sensors have become quite reliable over the years,…

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Castlevania And Devil May Cry Will Share A Multiverse In Upcoming Series, Know The Man Behind It

Netflix has churned out a lot of originals this year, many of them were well received but some of them…

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Microsoft Pulls Back Ads From Their Mailing App On Windows 10 After Community Backlash

It often occurs that with a few good things, a couple comes with them to ruin the entire experience. When…

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U.S Senate Bill Cracks Down On Robocalls, Offenders Face Up To $10,000 In Penalties

U.S Senators John Thune and Ed Markey introduced a bill this Friday which cracks down on illegal spam robocalls. Illegal…

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Residents Of Chicago Might Have To Pay Significantly More For Netflix, Consoles Will Be Costlier Too

An amusement tax, which is currently levied on activities related to the general public’s enjoyment. While the definition may seem…

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WordPress Update 5.0 Introduces The Gutenberg Editor, A Brand New Theme and Much More

WordPress, an open source platform for managing content which is built up and based around MySQL and PHP. Often used…

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WikiLeak’s Founder Julian Assange Might Be Prosecuted By The US Justice Department, Revealed In an Unrelated Case Filing

A lot of people think confidential information and state secrets are exclusively leaked in some dingy Deep Web websites, but…

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 Beta Offers Stratis and Yum 4 with Efficient Linux Networking

It has been four years since Red Hat released its Enterprise Linux 7 that redefined the operating system. Since then…

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Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Extended to 10-Year Support as Shuttleworth Predicts 2019 IPO

At the latest OpenStack Summit, the founder and CEO of Canonical Inc / Ubuntu mentioned that Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Long…

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Huawei’s New Stance On Bootloader Lockdown Is An Unpopular One, Here’s How You Can Bypass It

Let’s start with the basics. What do you mean by a bootloader? In simple words, Bootloader is a piece of…

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T-Series Will Overtake Pewdiepie As The Most Subscribed Channel By The End Of This Month, Although It Doesn’t Matter

Nowadays it’s not uncommon for big YouTubers to have millions of fans. This era has seen the rise of consumption…

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Thunderbird version 60.3.1 now Available, Includes Fixes for Cookie Removal and Encoding Issues

Thunderbird happens to be one of the most famous Email client. It is free and an open source one which…

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Nubia Red Magic Mars Scores Above 300,000 In AnTuTu Benchmark, Beats Xiaomi’s Shark Helo

Chinese mobile company ZTE recently launched their gaming smartphone called Nubia Red Magic Mars, previously named Nubia Red Devil, which…

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Windows 10 Light Theme Revealed By Microsoft, Releasing April 2019

The upcoming major Windows 10 update will include an all-new Light theme as announced by Microsoft recently. This light theme…

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Ubisoft Support Claims Loot Boxes Wouldn’t Exist If Players Stopped Purchasing Them

Trials Rising, the most recent installment in Ubisoft’s motorcycle racing game, will include cosmetic loot boxes called Gear Crates. The…

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Apple’s Stock Slides Further and The Root Cause Is AAPL Pessimism

The market was at that point anxious after Apple announced that it would never again report about unit sales for…

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Microsoft Increases its Pace in Conversational AI Development, Adds XOXCO to its Recently Acquired Companies

In a recent announcement made on Microsoft’s official blog, it was revealed that the software giant is all set to…

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