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Old School RuneScape Developer Poll Players On Partnership, Gets Shut Down In Days

Old School RuneScape, the massively multiplayer online RPG by Jagex, recently hosted its most controversial poll yet. At the beginning…

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Google Pixel 4 XL New Renders Showcase Triple Tear Cameras and Thick Bezels

All big giants including Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Google, and Sony are gearing to announce the premium flagships in the next…

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Chrome OS Announces Feature for iPhone Users: iPhones Will be Able to Share Internet via USB Tethering

Perhaps the journey we move towards today is integration. While in the past we have seen excellent products from individual…

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Social Media Summit At White House Doesn’t Include Facebook and Twitter Because They Are Biased?

The Donald Trump administration will host an official social media summit at the White House this week. There are strong…

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Credit Card Details Including Personal Information, IP Addresses, And Other Communication Found Exposed Of Fieldwork Software

Sensitive private and financial information of hundreds of Credit Card users were discovered to be stored in a database that…

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Sony Xperia 20 New Leak Reveals Specs and Design in Full Glory

Back at the MWC 2019, the Japanese giant Sony unveiled two new smartphones including Xperia 1 and Xperia 10 series.…

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Microsoft Edge Chromium’s New Feature: Allows Users to Limit Auto Loading of Videos

Microsoft’s Chromium version fo the Edge browser receives updates every single day. While not all updates are major ones, every…

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AMD Removes CrossFire Support In Upcoming Navi GPUs, In Favor Of A More “Explicit” Multi-GPU Mode.

Today marks a new day for the Radeon division of AMD as the Silicon giant has finally shifted from the…

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Microsoft Partners with Stranger Things: Windows 1.11 Released under a Stranger Things Season 3 Vibe

Stranger Things has been part of a quite huge fan following. Coming out initially in 2016, the show was a…

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Fujitsu’s New Digital Identity Exchange Technology Uses Blockchain For User Authentication And Improve Trust In Digital Transactions

Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. has come up with a fascinating and critical method to authenticate the identity of the user conducting…

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Navi GPUs Are Getting A Price Drop Before Launch, Reacting To Nvidia’s Super RTX Lineup?

The ongoing rivalry between the GPU giants is probably the most prominent “service fight” we have seen to date. Both…

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Mozilla Offers Premium Access To Websites That Hide Content Behind Paywall With Monthly Subscription Package Which Strips Away Ads Too

Mozilla Firefox has undoubtedly been one of the most preferred web browsers. Now Mozilla, the non-profit company behind the Firefox…

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Android to Get a Revamped Google Photos App: Features like Custom Time Stamp & Shared Pet Albums to Come!

Google Photos came to market back in 2015. It really did revolutionise the cloud storage world. The service allowed users…

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Google Chrome To Prevent Resource Hungry ‘Heavy Ads’ From Loading In The Browser, But Is It A Good Thing?

Google’s Chrome browser is being fine-tuned to block advertisements that are resource hungry. Google prefers to call them “Heavy Ads”…

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Rumor: An Entry Level MacBook Might Be On The Cards

It has been two years since Apple updated the 12-inch MacBook, the goto laptop for college going students. It was…

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Chipmaker Broadcom In ‘Advanced Talks’ To Acquire Leading Online and Device Security Co. Symantec For $15 Billion?

Broadcom, a leading chipmaker, could soon acquire cybersecurity company Symantec. The deal could be the second-largest full acquisition of a…

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Linux Becomes The Most Used Operating System On Azure Cloud-Based Enterprise Solutions, But Microsoft Isn’t Worried

Linux is now the most used Operating System (OS) on Microsoft Azure. The cloud-based enterprise solutions service belongs to Microsoft,…

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Pro Hacking Groups Are Pivoting To New Form Of Malware With ‘AndroMut’, Targeting Financial Information And Banks Using Social Engineering

A professional hacking group with sophisticated techniques to execute phishing and other forms of malware attacks appears to be altering…

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Nvidia Confirmed The Rumored Switch To Samsung Foundry For Its Upcoming Ampere Architecture

A few days back, we reported that Nvidia might break its long ties with Taiwan semiconductor manufacturing company (TSMC). EE…

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Facebook, Instagram & WhatsApp Down: Users Around the Globe Affected

What is the one thing we use today more than anything? Our Phones! While they did come with the purpose…

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Lineup Sales are 12% Higher Than Its Predecessors

Despite the fact the Samsung’s next Unpacked event is approaching, the S10 lineup is still one of the best in…

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Microsoft Teases ‘All New’ Windows 1.0 With MS-DOS Executive Complete With Retro Logo

Microsoft lit up micro-blogging platform Twitter with an interesting but baffling announcement. A two-part Tweet mentioned the introduction of “all-new”…

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Facebook Takes Steps to Reduce Unwanted & Inaccurate Health Ads on the Newsfeed

The concept of Ads on social platforms, the internet and even mobile apps has become a thing now. It was…

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Microsoft’s Plans To Integrate Kaizala Into All eligible Microsoft 365 and Office 365 Products Begins With ‘Teams’ Platform

Microsoft Kaizala Mobile Chat application’s ‘Pro’ features will start to trickle into Microsoft Teams. The inclusion of some of the…

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Cloudflare Takes Down The Internet With It Affecting Major Services Like Discord, Faulty Software Deployment Behind Outage

Cloudflare, one of the biggest content delivery network services was facing technical issues earlier today. Users were experiencing 502 errors…

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