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DOJ asks Facebook to help it snoop on encrypted voice chats

The Department of Justice wants Facebook to give it access to encrypted voice chats as part of a criminal probe, according to a new report. The issue revolves around Messenger and its encrypted chats feature, which users can manually enable for specific conversations

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Entry-level MacBook rumored to debut alongside 2018’s iPhones

It seems that Apple’s iPhone reveal event in September could be a packed one. In addition to revealing 2018’s lineup of iPhones, Apple is now also said to be planning to introduce an entry-level MacBook. This new MacBook would be priced on the lower end of the spectrum, but it’s unknown which model (if any) it’ll replace in Apple’s current … Continue reading

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Physicists claim that faintest galaxies orbiting Milky Way are the oldest in the universe

A group of researchers has been studying the galaxies that are orbiting our own Milky Way galaxy. According to these researchers, the faintest galaxies that are orbiting the Milky Way are also among the very first galaxies that formed in our universe. The team of researchers includes Professor Carlos Frenk and Dr Alis Deason from the Institute for Computational Cosmology … Continue reading

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Chinese Redcore browser built on Google Chrome, CEO admits

Google may be under fire again for allegedly working with the Chinese government to create a censored version of its Search engine but it doesn’t actually have to lift a finger for its technology to be used for that same purpose. A new web browser named Redcore has grabbed the spotlight in China for claiming to have developed a browser … Continue reading

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Kirin 980 on Huawei Mate 20 to be world’s first 7nm chip

Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has yet to ship to owners, Huawei is already making sure that consumers know that this is no upgrade. It is trying to play on the phablet’s lack of fancy new features, like triple cameras or a new processor

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Pixel 2 XL lag may lead to device (hardware) replacements

Over the last couple of weeks there’s been a bit more than a normal amount of a rumbling about the Pixel 2 XL and it’s apparent slowdown issue. Not all Pixel 2 XL units have the issue, but a significant number of them do find themselves the subject of this slowdown

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Visor for Overwatch gives real-time performance feedback during matches

Perhaps more than ever, competitive multiplayer games are very popular at the moment. For some players, these competitive games aren’t merely casual endeavors, as they strive to get better at the game with every match they play

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BlackBerry KEY2 LE leak shows a Somewhat Blue color option

BlackBerry has always been a name associated with business-smart mobile devices. That is also why you’re unlikely to find a BlackBerry phone in anything but somber hues, like black, silver, or gray.

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Snapdragon 850 for Windows 10 on ARM is already in trouble

While the idea definitely had lots of appeal, Microsoft’s Windows 10 on ARM, specifically on Snapdragon, fell flat on its face during its first generation. It was largely attributed to performance problems which was, in turn, attributed to the not-so-recent Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 used in that first batch

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Google Coach fitness and health AI assistant for smartwatches tipped

Google is working on a personal fitness and health assistant, according to a new leak, and it’s reportedly called Google Coach. The new personal assistant is allegedly being developed for wearable devices and will utilize what Google already knows about a user to proactively make recommendations, among other things. Google Coach isn’t limited just to activities, according to the report, … Continue reading

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