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  • HTC 10

    Android 7.0 Nougat Update For HTC 10 Now Available In The US

    Unlocked HTC 10 is finally getting an Android 7.0 Nougat update. The latest mobile operating system of Google is now rolling out for those in the US. The announcement was made on HTC's official Twitter accounts in time for Thanksgiving and the holiday season.
  • Apple logo

    Will Apple Finally Move Its Production To The US After Trump's Offer?

    President-elect Donald Trump did not have much support from the tech industry. This is the case with Apple and among other tech companies. However, Apple's CEO Tim Cook called Trump after his win. It was later revealed to The New York Times that Trump offered incentives to Apple in an attempt to convince the company of moving its production to the US. The question is whether or not Apple will even consider doing that.
  • Reddit

    Reddit CEO Admits To Editing Posts Against Him, Some Call For His Resignation

    With the online hate speech in social media platforms, the issue of fake news in Facebook and banned accounts in Twitter, Reddit has its own battle to deal with. It recently banned the Pizzagate subreddit that had been responsible for some conspiracy theories that are often related to Hillary Clinton. That caused members of the The_Donald, who are supporters of the President-elect, to openly criticize Reddit CEO Steve Huffman. He retaliated by editing their posts that now led for some Redditors to call for his resignation.
  • Data Breach

    Did HP's Lapse Cause the Data Breach of US Navy's More Than 130,000 Sailors?

    Data breach in not unusual nowadays. It's one thing to be hacked because a hacker worked his/her way through a weak cybersecurity. It's another thing to have a data breach because of a lapse. The US Navy has announced that more than 130,000 of their sailor's data were breached. Apparently, the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services (HPES) has already notified the Navy back on Oct. 27.
  • Apple iPad

    A 10.5-inch iPad to Be Launched In 2017, Production To Start Next Month

    There have been a number of reports regarding Apple's iPad line-up next year. The recent one comes from a Taiwan-based supply chain makers. According to these sources, the tech giant will be launching a 10.5-inch iPad in 2017. In fact, the production for this iPad is set to begin next month.
  • The Microsoft Solitaire

    Microsoft Solitaire Collection Now Joins Many Other Solitaire Games On iOS and Android

    Non-Windows 10 device users can now download the Microsoft Solitaire Collection for free. The tech company has finally publicly made it available for those who are using iOS and Android. It's an addition to an already significant number of Solitaire game apps on both the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Though Microsoft likes to claim that it's the "world's number one Solitaire game".
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

    Apple Patents Foldable iPhone, A Step Ahead Of Samsung's Own Foldable Smartphone

    The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple's US Patent of "flexible display devices". The tech giant's patent of foldable iPhone seems to be a step ahead of Samsung. The patent application of the Korean-based company was previously published. It revealed a foldable display. Now, time will tell how soon it is for a foldable smartphone to finally hit the market.
  • Twitter

    Twitter Warns Law Enforcement Agencies On Using Its Data For Surveillance

    Twitter is taking an action against the inappropriate use of their service. The social media platform has a policy that prohibits developers from allowing any other entity, like the law enforcement agencies, to use their data for surveillance. Twitter issued a warning that they will suspend or terminate the access of those that violate their rules.
  • Facebook

    Facebook May Adhere to China's Internet Censorship to Enter Country

    The Chinese government is very strict and censorship has become their staple. International companies would have to comply with China’s conditions otherwise, they will be banned from the country. Facebook seems to change its tunes. Apparently, the tech giant may be building a censorship tool. This move might be part of the company’s move to further expand its market.
  • Connectivity

    Nearly 4 Billion People Are Still Offline, A UN Report Revealed

    Internet access is a privilege that can be enjoyed by less than half of the world's population. On the other hand, nearly 4 billion people are still offline. The recent report of the United Nation's International Telecommunications Union (ITU) also showed how the use of internet varies among countries, gender, educational background, economic status and other factors.
  • Lithium-ion Battery Technology

    New Battery Tech, Charge In Seconds And It Will Last For A Week

    Does it take a long time for you to charge your phone? Do you get frustrated that your device's battery life barely last until the afternoon? Worry no more as scientists from the University of Central Florida (UCF) have built a supercapacitor battery prototype. Further development of this project will result in phones that can be charged in a few seconds and can last for at least a week.
  • Microsoft's Windows Defender

    Microsoft Under Investigation In Russia Over Alleged Antivirus Software Abuse

    Microsoft has already patched the critical vulnerability of Windows 10 that Google exposed. However, the tech giant has another serious issue to deal with. Microsoft is under investigation by the Russian antitrust authority Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS). The alleged culprit is its antivirus software Windows Defender. The company is alleged to have violated a federal law. This was initiated by a complaint from the Russian internet security company Kaspersky Lab.
  • New iPhone 8

    iPhone 8 Rumors: The New iPhone Will Be The Biggest iPhone Yet, If The Rumors Are True

    There have been reports of a bezel-less design for the upcoming iPhone 8. The tech company is said to be working on a new display technology. It might be integrated into the two devices set to be released next year, the new iPhone and iPad. Particularly, a bezel-less display for the iPhone 8 will make it the biggest iPhone yet. This is only if the reports are actually true.
  • Google's AI DeepMind

    Google’s DeepMind AI Will Try to Beat StarCraft II

    Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence will take on another challenge. The British artificial intelligence company will be working with American video game developer Blizzard Entertainment. This has been announced at Blizzard's recently concluded Blizzcon annual conference. DeepMind will be using StarCraft II as an AI testing environment that will be available to all researchers in 2017.
  • Windows 10 Update

    Windows 10 Massive Update Is all About Reducing The Download Size

    As the era of Windows 7 and 8.1 ends, Microsoft's recent operating system Windows 10 is getting a massive update. The tech giant is finally addressing an issue regarding its Windows Update. The latest Windows Insider build is now integrated with a next generation delivery technology called the Unified Update Platform (UUP).
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