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Usually there is nothing wrong with buying smartphone USB adapters from third-party manufacturers. But a recent life-threatening incident with an imitation iPhone adapter caused Apple to issue a warning against purchasing fake products. The trade magazine c’t reported an incident where a German man w...
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There seem to be two things that automakers have to build these days to ensure their long-term survival: SUVs and electrified vehicles. Alfa Romeo has already brought us its first SUV in shape of the Stelvio, and now a hybrid SUV is in the works too. Alfa Romeo, which has a long heritage of building ...
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Facebook’s mission is to “bring the world closer together”, but the tech firm this year has faced mounting criticism that social media could be ripping society apart. Last week, the social media giant acknowledged that spending time on its website can be bad for you – if you’r...
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This year once again, smartphone manufacturers pushed the limits when it comes to processing power, cameras, audio quality and more. Here are five of the most outstanding handsets to launch this year, in order of release. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 8 this summer. Its 6.3-i...
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China has closed more than 13,000 websites since the beginning of 2015 for breaking the law or other rules and the vast majority of people support government efforts to clean up cyberspace, state news agency Xinhua said on Sunday. The government has stepped up already tight controls over the internet...
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Engineers at German component giant ZF have come up with a high-tech steering wheel for robot cars that spend a lot of the time driving them. The new concept features advanced gesture control and hands-on detection to support level-three automation (driver intervention possibly necessary) and enhance...
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If you want to print photos directly from your smartphone or tablet at home, you will need two things: a WiFi-ready printer and the matching app from its manufacturer. The app can typically be downloaded free of charge from your phone’s app store If you don’t want to install an additional...
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Apple Inc’s iPhone and iPad introduced a novel way of interacting with computers: via easy-to-use applications, accessible in the highly curated App Store. The same approach hasn’t worked nearly as well on Apple’s desktops and laptops. The Mac App Store is a ghost town of limited selection and rarely...
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Facebook Inc announced Monday that it removed nearly 3 million posts, including videos, ads and other forms of content, from its services during the first half of 2017 following complaints of counterfeiting and copyright and trademark infringement. The worldwide data on intellectual property-related ...
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French football’s top division Ligue 1 is set for video assistant referees next season after several club chiefs revealed that they had agreed in principle to adopt the technology. “Video technology will be in Ligue 1 next season,” said the president of Giungamp Bertrand Desplat aft...
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Facebook wants to make it easier for users to call for charitable donations on the platform and share the causes they support with each other. The social media platform’s “Donate” button is being presented as a a quick and uncomplicated way to raise money. New interfaces will enable...
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Windows 10 users are being warned not to rely solely on the operating system’s built-in virus protection. Microsoft has been touting the operating system’s free, built-in anti-malware component to its users as a “comprehensive, ongoing and real-time protection.” Rated best in ...
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American manufacturer Qualcomm has unveiled its new processor, the Snapdragon 845, which is likely to equip a host of high-end smartphones in 2018. More than ever, this mobile processor is geared up for the demands of artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Qualcomm presented its latest star pro...
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The conflict over business interests between Google and Amazon is taking an increasingly heavy toll on the consumer, with Google now withdrawing its YouTube app from Amazon’s Fire TV. In the latest tit for tat in the tech giant battle, Google is also pulling YouTube from the device Echo Show – ...