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Google boosts security for high-risk users (but you can get it too)

Google boosts security for high-risk users (but you can get it too)

Hardly a week goes by without a high-profile hacking story, and now Google is launching a new security system for those who take their data really, really seriously. The Google Advanced Protection
Critical Microsoft database breach was kept secret from the public

Critical Microsoft database breach was kept secret from the public

Back in 2013, Microsoft suffered a rather critical security breach. The company’s internal bug reporting database was compromised, giving those who hacked into it access to a list of unresolved bugs
Pokemon GO Halloween event : News on Witch Hat Pikachu!

Pokemon GO Halloween event : News on Witch Hat Pikachu!

Pokemon GO and the Halloween event of 2017 has been spilled once again, straight from the guts of the game itself! This time we’re working with some code and an image from the game’s release on the
Pixel 2 XL: A word of display warning

Pixel 2 XL: A word of display warning

If you’re in the market for an Android smartphone the new Google Pixel 2 should be on your shortlist, but there’s something you should know first. Google has two versions of the Pixel 2, the regular

Qualcomm releases Snapdragon 636 chipset, better performance, FHD+ display supported

It seems like Qualcomm is still expanding and improving its midrange category of chipsets, the niche where it has the most offerings. Today marks the announcement of the Snapdragon 636 chipset, which
The ZTE Axon M has twin displays and we’ve a lot of questions

The ZTE Axon M has twin displays and we’ve a lot of questions

The ZTE Axon M is a smartphone with two displays – one on one half, and another on the other. This device isn’t the sort of smartphone just any average user will want – instead it’s made to provide
SoftBank’s Uber investment could be unexpectedly close

SoftBank’s Uber investment could be unexpectedly close

One of SoftBank’s favorite pastimes seems to be buying up other companies, so it’s not really much of a surprise to hear that it might be close to striking a deal with Uber. This doesn’t appear to be

Essential being sued by an old partner for trade secrets theft

The Essential team is about to face a new challenge as Keyssa Inc., maker of chips and connectors for wireless connectivity, is suing Andy Rubin’s new startup. According to Keyssa, Essential Products
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update released today: Here’s what you get

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update released today: Here’s what you get

The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is here, and its a big deal for PC users, especially those wanting to dip a toe into Mixed Reality. Microsoft is releasing the latest upgrade for Windows 10 today,
Google Pixel 2 Review: Android camera magic

Google Pixel 2 Review: Android camera magic

If there’s a rockstar of the Android world in 2017, it’s the new Pixel 2. Google’s own smartphones may not sell in as great a number as, say, Apple’s iPhone or Samsung’s Galaxy, but they’re arguably
Unitree Robotics shows off Laikago quadruped robot

Unitree Robotics shows off Laikago quadruped robot

One glance at the Laikago robot and if you have ever laid eyes on a Boston Dynamics quadruped you will see the resemblance. The builder of the Laikago robot isn’t afraid to say that he is a big fan of

Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Review

Google has done it again. There was some apprehension and no small amount of skepticism when word of a “Made by Google” phone started circulating. The very first Pixel phone managed to squash most,
Surface Book 2 hands-on: 13.5″ and 15″ take fight to Apple

Surface Book 2 hands-on: 13.5″ and 15″ take fight to Apple

Microsoft has just unveiled the Surface Book 2, and it’s pulling no punches as it targets Apple’s MacBook Pro. Packing new processors for as much as twice the power of Apple’s flagship notebooks,
Pixel Visual Core: Google’s custom-made image processing chip

Pixel Visual Core: Google’s custom-made image processing chip

While Google’s Pixel phones have had very impressive scores on DxOMark’s benchmarks, it is perhaps even more impressive that they are able to accomplish that much for very little hardware. Much of the

Krack Attacks break WiFi’s WPA2 security, here’s why Android users should care

The most common security protocol for WiFi networks is the WPA2 encryption protocol, used by most routers and devices today. Researchers have discovered a flaw in the said protocol, which might allow
BBC iPlayer Radio app gains Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support

BBC iPlayer Radio app gains Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support

In an effort to get people to leave their smartphones alone while driving and reduce distractions, many car infotainment systems now support Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Those two infotainment

Fur parents get Google Photos assist in latest update

Serious pet owners and fur parents are among some of the most passionate people on the planet when it comes to their furry children. And if their pet is especially cute, then you take a ton of
2019 Ram 1500 spied mostly uncovered

2019 Ram 1500 spied mostly uncovered

Early next year Ram will roll out a refreshed version of its popular 1500 truck and recently the prototype of that truck was spied wearing very little camo. The only thing that Ram has taken pains to
This is Polestar 1: Volvo’s disruptive performance EV

This is Polestar 1: Volvo’s disruptive performance EV

You expect solid confidence with a little reserve from the Swedes, and yet the freshly-revealed Polestar 1 arrives today with some bold claims. Before you is the first vehicle from Polestar, Volvo Car

Mystery Misfit Wearables Fitness Tracker listed on Amazon

It’s been almost two years since the Fossil Group acquired the wearable technology brand Misfit. Selling seems to be the best idea for Misfit as we’ve seen several smartwatches already. Fossil also