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Browser Based Open Source Image Optimization Tool Squoosh Comes To Google Lab’s Latest Release

Open source, browser-based image optimization tool Squoosh is Google’s new Chrome Lab release. This new web tool is meant to…

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Microsoft Prepares for a Possible Re-release of Windows 10 October 2018 update (version 1809) in November

Rumors have been going around regarding the possibility of Microsoft preparing to release Windows 10 October 2018 update (version 1809)…

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Microsoft Develops New Migration Tools in a Bid to Increase Data Security for its Users

Last week, Microsoft made an addition to its Office 365 roadmap and mentioned an upcoming Google G Suite to its…

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Apple’s new patent covers hole-in-display selfie camera

Apple is constantly working on improving the design of iPhones and the company previously succeeded in setting a standard of…

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D-Link’s Central Wifi-Manager Seems To Be Vulnerable To Privilege Escalation Attacks Through Trojan File

D-Link’s Central Wifi-Manager is quite a nifty tool. It’s a web-based wireless Access Point management tool, enabling you to create…

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The PC business is struggling – Courtesy Intel

Intel’s ongoing issues with processor assembling could imply that the delicate restoration of the PC business might vanish. The providers…

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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 ‘Back to Ubersreik’ DLC Remasters Three Maps From The First Game

Warhammer: Vermintide 2, Fatshark’s first person rat-murdering action game, will be getting another DLC next month. The Back to Ubersreik DLC takes…

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Samsung Galaxy S10’s Budget Model Will Sport The Infinity-O Display According To A Recent Leak

It has long been evident that Samsung will be releasing its upcoming flagship phone, the Galaxy S10 in three different…

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Bad News For Denuvo, Hitman 2 Gets Cracked Before Official Release

DRM companies have been in constant battle with scene groups for quite some time. We have seen multitudes of DRM…

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Sony Patent Suggests Dualshock 5 Might Feature a Touchscreen Display

A recently discovered Sony patent suggests that the company may be working on a gaming controller with a builtin touchscreen…

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Battlefield 1 Players Pause The Carnage to Commemorate The End of WW1

To celebrate Armistice Day, Battlefield 1 players put a pause on the fighting on the 11th hour of November 11th.…

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Microsoft Brings Dark Mode On More Applications In Recent Windows Pre-Release Build

OneDrive, the popular online storage platform by Microsoft is next in line for getting a dark theme. According to Twitter…

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India Offers the Cheapest Broadband in the Asian Region, Research Claims

Internet has connected people in a way, unseen in human history. It forms the backbone of modern society. Even the…

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The Arduous Process of Launching Nukes in Fallout 76 Explained

During the final moments of the Fallout 76 beta, a player managed to launch what seems to be the first…

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Google Is Working On Redesigning Android’s Sharing Menu

As much as we all love android its sharing interface has never been the best thing about the much beloved…

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Overwatch Will Require a Full Reinstall After Its Next Patch

Overwatch’s next “major” patch will require players to do a full reinstall of the client, says Blizzard in today’s announcement.…

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Intel Is Essentially Misleading Consumers With The Default i9-9900K TDP Ratings

A few weeks back when we talked about the Intel i9-9900K here, we stated that it wasn’t a great value…

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Upcoming LG Q9 To Come With Snapdragon 660, Official Press Render Shows A Notched Display

LG awaits to launch a new Q-series android smartphone, the Q9. An official press render was released, courtesy of MySmartPrice.…

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DJI Fixes Massive Vulnerability In User Accounts That Could’ve Allowed Hackers To Take Control Of Your Drone And Steal Personal Information

DJI drones are the hot trend of 21st century. However, as functional and well built they are, some vulnerabilities in…

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Rainbow Six Siege’s ‘Fortress’ is the First Map “heavily associated with an Operator”

Following an accidental reveal by Ubisoft Thailand yesterday, the new ‘Fortress’ map for Rainbow Six Siege has now been officially…

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Denuvo Research Claims Unnamed “major sports title” Lost $21m in Revenue Because of Piracy

Denuvo, the infamous video game anti-piracy software provider, was acquired by Irdeto earlier this year in January. In a statement…

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New MacBook Air Model Spotted On GeekBench, Comes With An i7 Processor

Apple recently announced their iPads and MacBooks. Their new iPad Pro is powered by the A12X bionic, but their MacBook…

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VirtualBox Zero-Day Vulnerability Goes Public, No Security Patch Yet Available

A zero-day vulnerability in VirtualBox was publicly disclosed by an independent vulnerability researcher and exploit developer Sergey Zelenyuk. VirtualBox is…

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Anthem Will Feature Mass Effect N7 Armor

Following N7 Day yesteday, it’s been confirmed that Bioware will add the N7 soldier armor from the Mass Effect series…

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Crackdown 3 Required Hardware Specifications Revealed, Gamers With Low Specs Rejoice

Xbox owners have been waiting for Crackdown 3 for quite long. It was originally slated to release in 2017 but…

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