Latest News - June 2017
- Critical Flaw In Intel Skylake And Kaby Lake HyperThreading Discovered Requiring BIOS Microcode Fix
- Gamer Geek Mods Game Boy Advance SP Into A Nintendo Switch Dock
- Microsoft Patent Details Method For Thwarting Laptop Thieves With Remote Wipe Tech
- Google Taimen And Walleye Pixel 2 Phone Specs Reportedly Leak To The Wild
- Gamestop Store Managers' Rumor Claims Nintendo SNES Classic Remake Is Real And A Marketing Tactic
- Xavier Android Ad Malware Steals User Data Then Plays Hide And Seek
- Facebook Refines Mission Statement To Bring People In The World Together, ‘A Responsibility To Do More’
- FCC Grants Approval To OneWeb To Launch Over 700 Internet Beaming Satellites
- Much Respect: Rockstar Games Asks Take-Two To Step Off GTA V PC Modders And OpenIV
- Apple’s New Chicago Retail Store Has A Big MacBook Laptop For A Roof
- Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered Standalone Release Comes With A DLC Tax
- Massive Windows 10 Core Source Code Leak Puts Redstone And ARM OneCore Builds At Risk
- Microsoft Windows 10 S Immune To Ransomware? Guess Again
- Google Says It Won't Snoop Your Inbox Anymore For Targeted GMail Ads
All News for June 2017
A new flaw has been disclosed that impacts most Intel 6th and 7th Generation Skylake and Kaby Lake-based processors that support HyperThreading, which reportedly exists across all operating systems... Read more...
The Nintendo Switch is selling like hotcakes, but that does not mean that the console is without its fair share of imperfections. Some have complained that the Switch’s dock is a little too big and cheaply made. Nintendo fan Alexander Blake’s... Read more...
Picture this: you are sitting in a coffee shop working away on your laptop when you realize you need a refill. Do you get more coffee and risk your laptop being stolen or do you simply sit there and stay thirsty? Fortunately, you may not need to be... Read more...
Google is very much a participant in the smartphone wars even if it does not go blazing into battle with the biggest, baddest artillery. That is okay, because one of the draws of its own phones is they are among the first to receive new builds of... Read more...
Nintendo disappointed a lot of nostalgic gamers when it decided to abruptly end production of its NES Classic Edition console, especially after it failed to produce enough units to meet the holiday... Read more...
Here’s the thing about most types of mobile malware in the wild; they’re avoidable. That doesn’t mean, however, if you’re not paying attention--and especially if you’re the type that likes to customize things as the Android platform is so capable... Read more...
Facebook Refines Mission Statement To Bring People In The World Together, ‘A Responsibility To Do More’
For the first time in its history, Facebook has overhauled its mission statement, reflecting the social network's major focus on building communities. Originally, Facebook's mission was "to give... Read more...
The space above Earth is about to get a little more crowded. The FCC has recently granted approval to OneWeb to launch over 720 Internet-beaming satellites into orbit. OneWeb is “the first satellite constellation of its kind to receive approval from... Read more...
It is better to have some mods instead of none, right? In a welcome move, Rockstar Games and Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive have agreed to not take legal action against single-player mod projects. Rockstar released a statement... Read more...
Regardless of how you feel about the company, there is no denying that Apple excels at industrial design. The iPhone, Macbook Air, and even its retail stores have all spurred copycats the world over. Apple’s latest retail store, which is currently... Read more...
Would you pay full price—or close to full price—for a game that is nearly a decade old? Activision is banking on Call of Duty fans doing exactly that when the standalone version of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered ships later this month. If... Read more...
Well, this is not good. Chunks of source code related to internal Windows builds that have not yet been released to the general public were leaked online. According to The Register, a "massive treasure trove" totaling 32TB of official and non-public... Read more...
Getting on-board with an operating system like Windows 10 S may be difficult for some users. Only a certain type of user would purposefully opt to use a whittled-down, locked-down OS by choice, but for the security conscious, it makes a lot of... Read more...
Have you ever noticed that if you mention a product in email, it has a way of translating over to ads? In some cases, it might be a coincidence. But if you use Gmail, there is a much higher chance that Google scanned the contents of your email... Read more...