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All News for September 2016

Let’s pretend you are at the park with your child. You would really love to send a video of them playing and giggling to grandma, but you do not want to ruin the moment by rummaging in your pocket for your phone and then awkwardly snapping a picture. Snapchat has the perfect, albeit slightly creepy, solution for you... Read more...
Today the bad guys have won. Not the war, mind you, but a skirmish with renowned security journalist Brian Krebs, author of The New York Times bestseller "Spam Nation," a former writer for the The Washington Post, and owner of KrebsOnSecurity, a popular security blog that's no longer live after cloud service provider... Read more...
If you're responsible for creating advertising campaigns for a website or a Web service, you need the confidence that you're going to see a good return-on-investment. To gauge that, you're going to listen to the promises of the company or site that hosts the advertising platform. Unfortunately, those promises are sometimes inaccurate - even Read more...
It’s just about time to close out another week, but before we go, we’ve got a fresh batch of HOT deals to share, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all this fine Friday, we have deals on a Dell Inspiron 15 Intel Core i3 notebook, an LG 32MA68HY-P 32" LED LCD monitor, a Maverick Long Range Wireless... Read more...
As longtime enthusiasts, we tend to get most excited for the latest, big, bad, benchmark-busting specimens of PC hardware to hit the lab. However, there’s something about ultra-small form factor devices that’s intriguing as well. The focus on power efficiency and performance-per-watt from virtually all semi-conductor manufacturers over the... Read more...
A new Titanfall game is right around the bend, but if you're planning to play Titanfall 2 in all its graphical glory at a 4K Ultra HD resolution, you better bring a serious arsenal of hardware to the fight. Developer Respawn and publisher Electronic Arts revealed Minimum, Recommended, and Ultra 4K60 specs (4K... Read more...
Apple bills iOS 10 as being “More personal. More powerful. More playful.” It’s hard to argue with that train of thought, given the features that Apple has infused into the mobile operating system including a totally revamped iMessage app, rich notifications, third-party app integration with Siri, more useful 3D Touch... Read more...
Samsung opened itself up to criticism over the way it initially tried to handle a global recall of millions of Galaxy Note 7 devices on its own and it caught some heat as a result, but in giving credit where credit is due, the South Korean handset maker deserves praise for bouncing back and making quick work out of... Read more...
The smart home category is one of the fastest growing segments and everyone wants a piece of it. That includes Apple, which is looking for another breakout product like the iPhone. Apparently Apple believes that product could be a smart home device similar to Amazon's Echo gadget, but powered by Siri instead of Alexa... Read more...
It didn't take long for someone to figure out how to jailbreak Apple's newfangled iPhone 7 handset. A 19-year-old hacker known online as "qwertyoruiop" and offline as Luca Todesco needed just 24 hours to thwart the security measures in place of Apple's "best, most advanced iPhone ever" and iOS 10, the latest version... Read more...
It seems as though Microsoft Surface Pro 3 owners just can’t catch a break when it comes to battery-related problems. We’ve already cataloged the convertible tablet’s battery woes, which were finally resolved with a firmware update back in late August. However, just as one battery problem has been squashed, another... Read more...
Given the quick pace that today’s technology progresses, we’re used to seeing products with a few software and even hardware bugs. While software bugs can often be squashed with competent coding, hardware bugs can be a bit more difficult to tame. Such is the case with a bug that afflicts Cisco’s ASR 9000 Series... Read more...
What do you usually find in your mailbox? Love letters? Bills? People in Victoria, Australia are finding malware-laden USB drives in their mailboxes, or “letterboxes” as they are called down under. The Victoria police warned citizens about the malicious USB drives, stating, “The USB drives are believed to be... Read more...
There’s no question that Windows 10 is a fine operating system for many people. The vast majority of new PCs shipping today come preloaded with Windows 10 and most have simply come to accept the operating system. However, there are those that still think that Microsoft has a lot of work to do to improve Windows... Read more...
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