[ad_1] This week is a big one for Netflix, although bigger releases like The Defenders are still waiting for later in August. This week we’ll see season three of Voltron: Legendary Defender, as well as season two of Wet Hot American Summer. Syfy is back with its fifth Sharknado movie and DirecTV has the series […]
Joviam says its cloud platform uses technology that is different to AWS and Azure, and is well-suited to small to medium-size enterprises.
[ad_1] With most stock versions of Android, there is one missing feature that has been seen on other factory skins of Android like OnePlus, LG, and Samsung. That is the Bluetooth device battery life indicator. I used to use a pair of Jaybirds X interchangeably with an iPhone 6S and some other Android phone. Every […]
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Bitcoin’s underlying software code could be split on Tuesday to create a clone called “Bitcoin Cash,” potentially providing a windfall for holders of the digital currency. The initiative is being led by a small group of mostly China-based bitcoin miners – who get paid in the currency for contributing computing power […]
The newest LibreOffice is also the best version to date.
[ad_1] Google’s brand of VR is, at last, beginning to arrive on Samsung devices. Reports emerged last week that certain Verizon Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices were getting the Daydream update, but today Google confirmed the rollout. Don’t panic if you don’t see the Daydream app on your device quite yet as the company said […]
We look at TapeACall, Google Voice, and other software and hardware options.
Do two-step verification the right way to keep hackers at bay.
[ad_1] Blu, a Miami-based budget Android phone company, has been suspended from selling on Amazon after cybersecurity experts detailed how software preloaded onto its devices collects sensitive user data and sends it overseas, according to CNET. Kryptowire, a Virginia-based security firm, said last week during the BlackHat security conference in Las Vegas that spying software […]
[ad_1] Snap Inc has joined the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, which sees consumer internet companies cooperating to stop the spread of terrorism and extremism online. Facebook, Google and YouTube, Microsoft, and Twitter formed the GIFCT last month, and tomorrow it will host its first workshop with fellow tech companies plus government and non-governmental organizations. […]