Tag Archives: computers

Samsung Exynos, ISOCELL tech expands to smart cars

Cars are becoming more and more like smartphones these days.

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Under Armour MyFitnessPal hack: 5 things to know

It’s the data security news you never want to hear: 150 million MyFitnessPal user accounts have been hacked, Under Armour says, a huge breach of the health-tracking service. Earlier this year, somebody broke into the company’s systems and yanked out usernames, email addresses, and more

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Cortana bypassed passwords to browse sites on locked PCs

AI-powered smart assistants have become the newest weapons tech companies have in the market.

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Google Allo for Web finally becomes a little more useful

Allo is one of those “yet another Google messaging service” that both makes sense and, at the same time, doesn’t.

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Kaspersky security software pulled from Best Buy over Russia concerns

PC users will no longer be able to find the well-known internet security software from Kaspersky Lab at Best Buy, as the electronics retailer has pulled the products, both from store shelves and online. As the cybersecurity firm is based in Moscow, Best Buy says its decision is based on concerns over connections Kaspersky has to the Russian government.

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Windows 10 preview gets Eye Control: here’s what it can do

Just yesterday, eye tracking experts Tobii and Microsoft announced a collaboration to bring a new input method to Windows users everywhere.

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Dell, Alienware bring their E3 game on with new gear

It definitely rocks being a gamer these past few weeks, from the gaming-centric Computex to the annual flood of E3. Of course, it’s also a perfect opportunity for hardware and accessory makers to show off their latest wares to the hungry masses. Not one to let the opportunity pass, Dell and its Alienware brand has just announced two new gaming … Continue reading

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Ode to a Dead iMac

A couple of weeks ago, I had to lay my eight year old iMac to rest. After years of faithful service, it had finally died beyond repair.

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Google no longer needs CAPTCHA to tell humans and bots apart

Anyone who’s used the internet in the last decade should be immediately familiar with the reCAPTCHA system (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart), the little box on websites that has users type in distorted words or click on a checkbox to prove they’re human. Well, this could soon all be a thing of the past, … Continue reading

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NASA Has Finally Built a Computer Chip To Survive on Venus

You might wonder why Mars gets all the interplanetary attention when Venus, our sister planet, is actually closer.

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