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Tuesday May 22, 2018. 04:15 AM
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New submitter Daneel Olivaw R. shares a report from Tom's Guide: To measure each phone's toughness, [Tom's Guide] dropped it from both 4 and 6 feet onto wood and concrete. After each test, we recorded the damage to the phone. If a phone was rendered unusable -- the screen...
A new processor vulnerability known as Speculative Store Bypass could expose user data on a huge swath of devices.
Stacey Hanke is the CEO and founder of StaceyHankeInc. She specializes in training business leaders in leadership, body language habits and how to choose words wisely. Her clients include those in finance, health care, government and the military. She’s the author of...
Scientists have known about Ebola since 1976, and the Democratic Republic of Congo has had nine outbreaks since then. But now one shot might beat it.
Elon Musk's automaker is now offering more variants of its most important car, and making steady progress toward profitability. But that $35,000 price point remains just a promise.
Industry woes over Meltdown and Spectre continued this week when Google and Microsoft on Monday revealed a newly discovered silicon-level vulnerability impacting chips used in millions of computers, including those marketed by Apple.
Intel, Google, and Microsoft today disclosed a new variant of the Spectre design flaw and security vulnerability that impacts millions of computers and mobile devices from a range of manufacturers. Called Variant 4, or the Speculative Store Bypass, the vulnerability is...
So far, Siri has revealed she will be getting a new voice, and she hinted at what may be a new HomePod. Perhaps most importantly, on one test, she told me she was getting smarter. [Updated with additional info.]
The ruling legitimizes agreements, widely used by tech companies, that prevent workers from filing lawsuits and are blamed for perpetuating sexual harassment.
Apple's home city of Cupertino is considering a per-employee tax to generate funds for city infrastructure, and the tech giant might be among those companies impacted by the regulations.
Monday May 21, 2018. 11:41 PM
Now that Wade Wilson has cleaned up all those pesky loose ends, what's next for the X-Universe?
There's a lot of bad 'science' floating around about radio frequency and electromagnetic field exposure...
We have a deal on an interesting device called goTenna. It’s essentially your own private network for sending encrypted messages and GPS coordinates to friends, with no local service required. You pair it with your iPhone or Android device, and then use the goTenna app to sen...
New York-based fashion brand Coach has released several new bands for the Apple Watch, in a range of colors and designs.
Former President Barack Obama formally announced on Monday a multiyear production deal with Netflix...
When a chemist raised concerns about the blood testing machines' high error rates, she was ignored. So she resigned.
I have bought a new MacBook Pro and am giving my old early 2011 MacBook Pro to My daughter I don’t have the disks for my old one? How do I do this please? —– Matt Cooke
The headphones do not hold their charge for as long as Apple advertises and they are not as water- or sweat-proof as claimed...
Hi Gary, If you have answered this before, I apologize ahead of time. I would like to ‘digitize’ my music CD collection – around 100 CD’s. I want to copy the music to an external hard drive so as to not take up space on my computer HD (and glut my iTunes app). I am... Read...
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