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Unauthenticated Bypass Bug and Several Others Vulnerabilities Patched in Policy Suite v18.2.0

The networking and security hardware manufacturer, Cisco, is hit with its fifth major backdoor vulnerability for its Cisco Policy Suite…

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Total War: ROME 2 Rise of the Republic Campaign DLC launches August 9th

Total War: Rome II is a strategy game developed by Creative Assemble. The Emperor Edition of the game was released…

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Google aims to Enhance Chromes Performance on Android by Restricting BG Tab Usage to 5 Minutes

For anyone ever working on a metered internet connection, they would notice that Google Chrome tends to use a significant…

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Microsoft’s OneNote ‘Online Video’ Button now makes it easier to Embed Videos in pages

Microsoft today has released a collection of new features for its OneNote app. The app’s product manager William Devereux announced…

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Raven Ridge APUs to receive performance gains in Mesa 18.2 drivers for Linux

Linux distros are notoriously finicky when it comes to Radeon GPUs (good luck getting APU-based 3D acceleration to work properly…

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Android Messages 3.4 Brings Dark Theme And Chrome OS Support

With Apple’s outstanding integration of its phone services, iPad tablets, and MacBook laptop devices, other applications have also felt the…

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VLC 3.1.0 for iOS and UWP introduces ChromeCast support

Great news for VLC users on iOS and UWP platforms – VideoLAN’s popular media player VLC has just been upgraded…

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Android P Beta Available On OnePlus 6: Bringing Pixel Gestures, DNS Over TLS, And A Rounded GUI

On the 7th of March, 2018, Google tickled our tech buds by intriguing us with some previews of Android’s ninth…

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Rainbow Six Siege mid-season patch makes major balance changes

The first season of the third year of Rainbow Six Siege is about to receive a major patch. While it…

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Xaviant is shutting down The Culling 2 and rebooting the original

Earlier this month, Xaviant released the successor to one the first battle royale games, The Culling. Unfortunately, the game was…

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Corning’s ‘Gorilla Glass 6’ beats its Predecessor in Resistance and Durability by Surviving Multiple Drops

Corning today unveiled its Gorilla Glass 6 which provides “improved durability for next-generation mobile devices”. This latest product engineered by…

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LG V40’s 20MP Triple Rear Cameras Expected To Outdo Samsung Galaxy Note 9

In an event invitation sent out by Samsung at the end of last month, we learned that the official release…

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Huawei Nova 3i To Sport Flagship Kirin 710 SoC Processor

Huawei’s Nova 3 and its “lite” counterpart the Huawei Nova 3i have both been released in China for pre-order ahead…

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OxygenOS 5.1.9 brings Google Lens integration and DxOMark for OnePlus 6 Camera

Clients think about Android and its different layers. Yet in addition, an identical and ground-breaking programming advanced in 2015. OnePlus,…

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3rd Public Beta of iOS 12 and tvOS 12 released featuring Group FaceTime multiplayer AR and More

The past two days have seen a series of new software releases from Apple. Today, Apple released the third public…

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Chrome Glitch: Mobile Websites Displayed In Tablet Mode

Initial adaptation of the Chrome Operating System’s user interface included the incorporation of a touch keyboard, notifications on the home…

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Samsung Releases Good Lock 2018 One Hand Operation+ Update For Plus-Size Devices

As mobile phone developers embrace the trend of plus-size devices, it can become a demanding task to handle them. With…

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Qualcomm Shows an Early Prototype of Galaxy S10’s Ultrasonic Fingerprint Reader

Expected to be released in the early months of 2019, Samsung Galaxy S10 is rumored to bring several new features.…

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HP introduces powerful trio of workstations with Intel’s Xeon E-2100 processors

HP today announced its release of a trio of workstations which it claims are the world’s most powerful in their…

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Google Tests Continue Reading In Chrome Feature For Chrome OS In Canary

As the world moves toward a united digital experience: one drive, one email, one notepad, and one platform that synchronizes…

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REAPER V5.93 DAW introduces Linux-Native Builds

The popular digital audio workstation REAPER was just recently updated to version 5.93, which introduces Linux-Native builds. This is huge…

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Microsoft Announces ‘Identity Bounty Program’ for Discovering Serious Vulnerabilities in its Identity Services

On Tuesday July 17th, Microsoft announced its Identity Bounty Program which places a premium reward for bug researchers and hunters…

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Microsoft Authenticator 5.9.4 Brings Bug Fixes With Phone Sign-in TFA Security On TestFlight

Android has always enforced unbeatable security on its Google services via multi factor authentication that incorporated phone sign-in in late…

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Optimized Clear Linux Kernel Now Available for Fedora 28 and Fedora Rawhide

A recent devel list discussion for popular Linux distro Fedora mentioned Clear Linux optimizations, which may be relevant to Fedora…

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System76 Opens Manufacturing Facility to Build Linux Laptops

System76, the popular seller of powerful Linux-based computers that ship with the ultra-optimized Pop OS, recently released some photographs on…

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