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Apple is Phasing in a New Version of the iOS Maps App

While many users had a poor first experience with Apple Maps, it looks like Cupertino is giving the entire app…

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Gaps in File Explorer Fixed in Insider Builds

Certain gaps in File Explorer that were previously discovered by the users have finally been fixed in Insider Builds. The…

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Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Announcement Promises Huge 4PB Storage Spaces

Windows Server 2019 is primed to provide a number of advantages over existing pieces of system software based on the…

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New SDUC Memory Cards Could Hold Up to 128TB of Data in the Future

Representatives of the SD Association have announced that they’re introducing a new memory card specification that promises to shatter existing…

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Google Announces Renewed Support for Linux Software Running on Chromebooks

A few months back, Google announced that they were enabling some support for container-based Linux applications running on Chromebooks. While…

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Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17704

Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17704 (RS5) to Windows Insider in the Fast ring along with Skip Ahead…

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RAMpage Vulnerability Could Cause Grief on All Modern Android Devices

CVE-2018-9442, which is known as RAMpage in the media, might be a problem with all Android Devices released since 2012.…

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Opera Allows Users to Upgrade to the Latest Version of Their Browser

The Opera web browser released version 54.0.2952.41 today, and precompiled binaries are already available for several popular platforms. It looks…

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Microsoft Translator releases Levantine Arabic as a new speech translation

Microsoft Translator has just launched Levantine Arabic as a new speech translation language, which is an Arabic dialect spoken in…

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Rugged Smartphone based on Snapdragon 210 Costs More than iPhone X

Under its Toughbook series, Panasonic has been selling rugged devices for quite a long time. A recent announcement made by…

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MintBox Mini 2 PC Comes on Market with Linux Mint 19 Release Imminent

Linux Mint users have been talking about the MintBox Mini 2 since the new design got unveiled back in March.…

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Google is Joining the Board at The Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation has long counted Google among those on the Silver level membership list, but it seems that the…

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Wi-Fi Alliance Designs New WPA3 Security Technologies

You may have heard of wireless security vulnerabilities like KRACK, but it looks like the Wi-Fi Alliance has finally developed…

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Linux Finally Stands Alone on the TOP500 Supercomputer List

The new TOP500 list, which shows the 500 most powerful computer units in the entire world, shows some form of…

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Flatpak Release 0.99.2 is Out on GitHub

If you’ve been looking for an alternative to the current crop of package managers on your favorite GNU/Linux distribution, then…

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Big Brother Watch Reveals HMRC Recording Voices of 5.1 million Brits secretly

The renowned UK tax agency HMRC (Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs) has been secretly collecting the voice records of more…

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New World Ends With You Game Software Planned for the Nintendo Switch

Even though it seems that certain third-party software developers have been reluctant to send out new titles for the Nintendo…

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Unicode Domain Names are Misused by Scammers, Says New Report

According to recent evidence put out by Internet security researchers, over a quarter of all domain names that incorporate characters…

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Future of High Performance Computing (HPC) Transformed by Intel at ISC 2018

The next generation of high-performance computers (HPC) has arrived, which will provide researchers and scientists with powerful latest tools for…

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New inCharge-branded Hardware Promises to Charge iOS & Android Devices Equally

A new inCharge cable hit the market today, and it promises to let you add juice to almost any kind…

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Kaspersky Lab & Europol Have Worked to Stop Carbanak Attack, but Threats Still Active

Carbanak is a name given to a criminal organization that news services report stole approximately $1.2 billion from various financial…

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Alpine Linux Version 3.8.0 Offers Security as Well as a Stable Development Environment

Alpine Linux announced the release of version 3.8.0 today, which includes support for Raspberry Pi 3 devices as well as…

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Experts Weigh in on Microsoft’s Decision to Phase Out the Control Panel

While the Control Panel has been an integral part of Windows’ user interface since the release of Windows 2.0 on…

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Software Developers are Concerned About the Unintended Consequences of New Web Technologies

Newer web technologies like WebAssembly and Rust are helping to massively reduce the amount of time it takes for some…

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OpenAI Develops Bot Players that can Beat Humans at Dota 2

OpenAI announced today that they’ve developed a new bot based on a neural network that can defeat human opponents in…

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