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Will live events make VR stick with consumers?

September 11, 2017

Via: The Next Web

If Virtual Reality is all about creating a sense of presence, content that lets you create and share live moments could be its killer app Getting people to try out a VR experience for the first time is usually not […]


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10 tech innovations that will revolutionize the digital world

May 25, 2017

Via: The Next Web

Technology has been shaping the way we work and live for decades. As everything in our world is becoming increasingly digital, new software and applications continue to emerge and arguably make our lives easier. Whether it’s artificial intelligence, a new […]


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What users could expect from Apple’s homegrown GPUs for iPhones, iPads

April 5, 2017

Via: CIO

Apple has one big reason to move to a homegrown GPU: It wants full control over the hardware and software in its devices. The device maker is apparently developing its own GPU from scratch after dumping Imagination Technologies’ PowerVR architecture, […]


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6 apps Apple really needs to make for Android

March 15, 2017

Via: CIO

Android and iOS may be destined to do battle forever, but when it comes to apps, the relationship is a little friendlier. Countless iOS users enjoy Google’s services on their iPhones, and in fact, the acclaimed Gboard keyboard actually began […]


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Apple may switch to OLED with a big 5.8-inch screen on iPhone 8 – but it’ll cost a lot

March 6, 2017

Via: The Next Web

It seems Apple might finally be making the switch to OLED panels with the upcoming iPhone 8. Japanese outlet Nikkei Asian Review reports that – in addition to two LCD-equipped variants – the Cupertino behemoth will also put out a […]


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Failure to patch known ImageMagick flaw for months costs Facebook $40k

January 19, 2017

Via: CIO

It’s not common for a security-conscious internet company to leave a well-known vulnerability unpatched for months, but it happens. Facebook paid a US$40,000 reward to a researcher after he warned the company that its servers were vulnerable to an exploit […]


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OS X EL Capitan gets a supplemental security update

January 18, 2017

Via: CIO

Still using OS X El Capitan on your Mac? If so, then you should know that Apple has released a supplemental security update for your Mac. According to Apple, the update “fixes a kernel issue that may cause your Mac […]


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It’s time for apps’ terms and conditions to ditch the legalese

January 9, 2017

Via: The Next Web

A new report published last week by the UK Children’s Commissioner, titled ‘Growing Up Digital’ (PDF), noted that while more than half of all children in the country aged 12-15 had an Instagram account, none of them interviewed by the […]


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Android device updates: OnePlus pushes out updates, Samsung tries to kill off the Note7

December 19, 2016

Via: CIO

The OnePlus 3 and 3T are the big winners in the world of updates this week. The former is getting another taste of Nougat thanks to the company’s beta software program. The 3T isn’t there yet, but it’s the recipient […]


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Microsoft’s reported LinkedIn concessions don’t amount to much

November 24, 2016

Via: CIO

Microsoft has faced a tough battle getting its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn approved in Europe. Salesforce has challenged the move on competitive grounds, and the EU competition authority has reached out to a number of competitors for comment. Now […]