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Qualcomm May be Gearing Up to Introduce the Snapdragon 1000 CPU

While there’s already been a great deal of press regarding Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 850 CPU, it seems that the company has…

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Software Testers are Being Asked to Download Manjaro 18.0-beta3 ISO

While it won’t be available as a genuine production release for some time, it looks like you can now download…

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Windows Phone Reimagined with an Improved Interface of Windows 95

Recently, a new concept on YouTube has emerged with the title, “Introducing Windows 95 mobile” in which Windows phone is…

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Canonical Shares Analytic Data Collected from Ubuntu Users

Canonical announced that a system data collection tool would be released with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver. They stated that…

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Microsoft Seems to Hold Two Patents for Smaller USB-C Connectors

Reports recently came out about Microsoft holding the patent to a thinner, re-designed USB-C connector that doesn’t seem to match…

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Dropbox Releases Code for New DivANS Compression Algorithm

If you thought that 7-Zip provided excellent compression ratios, then you might be in for a treat since Dropbox released…

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Apple Promises to Repair Butterfly Keyboards on Some MacBook & MacBook Pro Models

Apple announced that they plan to provide a worldwide service to correct keyboard flaws found in their popular line of…

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Gamers Most Excited About Persona Q2 says Japanese Industry Survey

Persona Q2 for the 3DS seems to be the title that Nintendo gamers are most excited about, according to a…

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Peppermint OS 9 Ships with Security & Performance Updates Bundled In

Peppermint OS recently announced version 9 of their GNU/Linux distribution, which is based at least in part on Lubuntu. This…

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New Pokemon GO Friends feature allows players to trade Pokemon and gift items

Over two years after launch, Pokemon GO has finally received a trading mechanic. The latest update to the mobile augmented…

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Exploit Kits are Finally a Thing of the Past According to Recent Studies

Exploit kits (EK) have long been feared by both users and developers, since they can invade a browser and ultimately…

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Adobe’s Engineers Develop AI Routine to Track Fake News Images

Adobe announced that they were working on new artificial intelligence technology that could spot the differences between genuine news photos…

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Security Experts Warn About Network Leaks from Connected Cameras and Audio Monitors

According to reports published by a pair of top security firms and later echoed by both BleepingComputer and Slashdot, IoT…

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Nintendo & Microsoft Partner Together to Permit Minecraft Cross-play

Nintendo Switch owners will now be able to enjoy Minecraft cross-play with those running the game software on Xbox One,…

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Designers at Apple Could Have Removed All External Wires From iPhone X, Sources Say

Some sources have insinuated that Apple’s engineers considered removing the Lightning connector from the iPhone X before releasing their new…

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Battletech Update 1.1 adds new difficulty settings, MechWarrior customization and quality of life improvements

Update 1.1 for Paradox Interactive’s strategy game Battletech is now live on Steam and GOG. The update has added new…

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Google’s Developers Promise Secure Biometric Authentication in Android P

In an announcement put out earlier today, Google’s developers said that they plan to improve some of the biometric authentication…

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Fake Fornite Games Flood Unofficial Android Repositories

A recent rash of videos posted to YouTube claiming to show Fortnite footage recorded on mobile devices running Google Android…

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Engineers Search for Cobalt-free Smartphone Batteries

Cobalt, a metal that once gave its name to a pleasant blue pigment derived from the element, is today an…

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WinUAE 4.0.0 Offers the Retro Amiga Experience to Gamers Running Modern Hardware

Toni Wilen, developer of the WinUAE project, announced version 4 of the emulator today and it comes with a host…

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Development Team Releases CentOS Atomic Host 7.5

Atomic SIG team members from CentOS announced a new version of their operating system that’s sure to be an attractive…

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New Reports say Semiconductor Companies are Rushing to Develop Mobile In-display Fingerprint Sensors

Fingerprint sensors that are deployed in a mobile device’s touchscreen is one technology that seems to continue to allude major…

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Google Chrome Developer Urges Programmers to Take Action Against Wavethrough Vulnerability

Jake Archibald, Google Chrome’s advocate developer, has discovered a fairly serious vulnerability in modern web browsing technology that could permit…

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Keybase Introduces Exploding Messages to Ensure Forward Secrecy of Transmitted Data

Encrypted social networking service Keybase introduced a new technology that they call exploding messages. As of today, you can put…

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Flightradar24 Urges Some Users to Reset Passwords After News of Server Breach

Popular airline tracking service Flightradar24 is reporting that they’ve suffered a fairly substantial data breach that could have compromised email…

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