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Deals and sales are popping up like spring daisies in April. Amazon in particular is offering some products for nearly 50% off this weekend. While you prep your Easter egg hunt or Passover seder, keep an eye on out for a discounted Toshiba 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV, TCL 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV... Read more...
Earlier this week, Qualcomm and Apple settled their differences that arose over royalty payments, inking a multi-year deal for licensing and hardware distribution. But thanks to court documents that were presented on the opening day of the blockbuster trial between the two companies, we're learning that Apple's public... Read more...
Fraudulent apps on the Google Play store are a huge problem for Android users. Some of the fraudulent apps aim to steal money and other information. In February this year, word surfaced that a cryptocurrency-stealing malware had been found on Google Play, while malware-laden game apps were found last November that... Read more...
Cheating is rampant in some of the most popular video games that are played competitively. Cheating is undoubtedly a problem in Fortnite; Epic Games has released a report that shows that over 1,000 players were banned for cheating during the Fortnite World Cup event. However, some of the players accused of cheating... Read more...
The April Patch Tuesday update, which landed on April 9 for Windows systems, is still wreaking havoc on numerous systems. As we've previously reported, the KB4493472 has been especially problematic for antivirus programs -- Sophos Endpoint Protection was among the first to encounter problems, while Avira and Avast... Read more...
At the end of March, Sega went official with its reimagined retro gaming console called the Genesis Mini. As the name implies, it is a smaller version of the classic console that many gamers enjoyed back in the day. At the time the console was announced, Sega was mum on the complete list of 40 games the console is... Read more...
Over the past few days, a deadly storm has been coursing its way across the southern United States heading eastward. A number of states -- including Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee and Georgia have been rocked by high winds, tornadoes, and flash flooding. With the storm affecting millions of Americans, many turned... Read more...
Fortnite might be feeling more pressure from games like Apex Legends of late, but Fortnite is still extremely popular and doing very well with gamers. One of the keys to Fortnite's success is constant updates such as the recently added 8.30 patch that sees the return of Reboot Vans and a new limited time mode called... Read more...
Over the last decade, consumers have increasingly come to rely on online music stores and streaming services. Many large online retailers and tech companies boast their own streaming services, including Amazon. However, until today Amazon Music was not accessible to all Alexa-enabled device. Amazon just announced that... Read more...
Motorola's long-running Moto Z series of smartphones is ready for its customary yearly makeover. According to a new leak, the Moto Z4 is the newest member of the family and will come equipped with a 6.4-inch Full HD OLED panel with a waterdrop notch and in-display fingerprint sensor. Last year's Moto Z3 was... Read more...
It was only a couple of weeks ago when Google accidentally (maybe) confirmed plans to launch new Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL handsets, as it plastered references to the phones in its online store. Those references have since been removed, but the cat is out of bag. As we get closer to launch, a fresh leak gives us a... Read more...
A frustrated Pixel 3 owner who is owed a refund by Google is now in possession of ten Pixel 3 devices, nine of which Google accidentally sent to the user. Following the unexpected windfall, the user is holding the extra handsets hostage, in a sense, until Google makes right with the refund. So, what exactly happened... Read more...
Samsung's Galaxy Fold has been making the rounds in news headlines this week for all the wrong reasons. There have been numerous reports of early units sent to the press failing spectacularly. Samsung has indicated that it is investigating the display failures, but has no plans to delay the April 26th launch... Read more...
In an ongoing effort to stay one step ahead of the bad guys (or at least keep pace with them), Google has decided to block sign-ins from embedded browser frameworks, such as the Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF). The new policy will go into effect in June, so developers have a couple of months to adjust. This is... Read more...
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