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TP-Link Routers Vulnerable To Remote Intrusion Attacks, But Users Also At Blame

Thousands of TP-Link routers, one of the most common and attractively priced devices for home networking, could be vulnerable. Apparently, a…

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Xiaomi Will Not Take Down Advertisements in MIUI, Will ‘Optimize’ Them Instead To User Preference

Xiaomi has clearly stated it will not get rid of advertisements within its own Android-based MIUI mobile Operating System. However,…

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Nvidia Teased Something Super For The Gaming Community

We know that whenever Nvidia is going to announce “something super,” they release a teaser video way before the announcement…

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Nearly One-Fourth Google Duplex Reservation Calls Require Human Intervention

At its I/O 2018 conference last year, Google stunned the audience by introducing Duplex. Google’s AI calling assistant was recently…

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TrueCaller User Data Available For Sale Even As Company Claims No Breach Of Security

User data, including names, phone numbers and email addresses of TrueCaller app users seem to be available for purchase. TrueCaller,…

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Razer To Shutdown Ouya: The Crowdfunded Mini Console Project On June 25th

Seven years ago, a campaign regarding a mini console powered by Android started on Kickstarter. Ouya began its journey as…

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New Zero-Day Vulnerability In Windows 10 Posted Online: Inadequate Security Protocols In Task Scheduler Allow Administrative Privileges

Microsoft released an important update to the Windows 10 Operating System (OS) a day ago. However, even this update does…

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ARM Halts Its business With Huawei: Huawei’s Future To Become More Uncertain

Since Trump government’s decision to bar any US private or public firm to work with Huawei or its subsidiaries, many…

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Valve Brings a New Feature Rich Standalone Steam Chat App For Mobile Phones

Steam is one of the very few digital game storefront platforms with a big social hub. We have steam chat…

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New Intel Roadmap Leak Shows 10nm++ and PCIe Gen 5 Support Planned For 2021, 7nm Coming In 2022

Intel’s 10nm launch has been part of a lot of speculations and heated discussions on the internet. They did ship…

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Private Data Of 49 Million Instagram Users Leaked: Chtrbox Scrambles To Secure Huge Data Breach Involving Celebrities, Influencers, And Brands

Private data and personal information of more than 49 million members of social media platform Instagram were inadvertently left exposed.…

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Rainbow Six Siege Smoke Elite Set Leaked, Might Be The Coolest Elite Set Yet

Earlier today, the Rainbow Six Siege test server went live with the Operation Phantom Sight update. Not long after, data…

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Apple Announced New MacBooks: Support the New 9th Gen i9 Processors

The MacBook Pro line up is one of the most powerful multi-functioning platforms by Apple. The Pro line up not…

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World’s First Gaming Browser From Opera?

This is a tough article to write because I am not sure what a Gaming Browser is, but it seems…

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Huawei Ban Lifted Temporarily, But Does This Mean Upcoming Smartphones Will Have Android And Google Play Services?

The ongoing US-China trade war has severely impacted several companies, but Huawei Technologies is by far the most affected. There…

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Marvell Technology Group Gearing Up For Active 5G Mobile Services By Acquiring Avera Semiconductor from GlobalFoundaries

Marvell Technology Group has acquired Avera Semiconductor from GlobalFoundaries. The deal is most likely to speed track design, development, and…

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Adobe Premiere Rush Available Now for Galaxy and Other Android Flagships

While Apple’s iMovie has reigned the mobile video editing market, Adobe has yet to make its mark. They did add…

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PS5 Update: Exceptional Booting Time Exhibited

Sony had dominated the console gaming world for quite some time now. If you ignore the sloppiness that the PlayStation…

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Rainbow Six Siege is Finally Turning Off Bank’s Annoying Sprinklers

Following Operation Phantom Sight’s full reveal, Ubisoft has released the patch notes of the new update. Alongside two new operators,…

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New AMD Navi Leak On 3DMark Shows Card With 8GB VRAM, GDDR6 Support Likely

AMD has been in the GPU business for a long time but in Nvidia’s shadow for the most parts. They…

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Microsoft’s Edge: Developer Edition now Available for MacOS

Macs are always apart from the pack when it comes to software. Perhaps that’s because Apple focuses more on integration…

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Latest WhatsApp Beta Suggests Night Mode Feature May Arrive Soon for Android Users

In March this year, the folks over at WABetaInfo discovered evidence that confirmed WhatsApp had started working on a Dark…

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Hardware-Level Security Flaws Impact Intel Processors A Lot More Than AMD: Report

The recently discovered hardware-level security flaws have begun to impact CPU performance. Moreover, it appears that CPUs made by Intel…

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Google’s Recent Huawei Ban Makes a Strong Case For Open Source Software

Except for iOS in Apple devices the mobile OS market used to be very fragmented. Nokia had Symbian, Samsung had…

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Rainbow Six Siege Lesion Elite Set Revealed, Launches With Operation Phantom Sight

Earlier today during the Pro League finals at Milan, Ubisoft offered a full reveal of its upcoming Operation Phantom Sight.…

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