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Citizens across the EU have sent in their comments to the Union's digital and telecom regulators demanding strong net neutrality rules. Over 500,000 took part in the consultation
Firefox vowed to get rid of Flash from its browser entirely. After the company took a first step last year in banning outdated versions of the plugin, it's now blocking some Flash content by default.
Corning launched the newest version of its Gorilla Glass, claiming this new iteration offer two times better damage resistance that its previous version. The new Glass will show up later this year.
Six critical security flaws were recently discovered in Dell's Sonicwall Global Management System. The software is used to monitor security network systems and infrastructure inside of enterprises.
After being adamant it would not be bringing offline playback to its platform, Netflix has seemingly changed its mind. For the second time in a few months its CEO has spoken favorably of the feature.
Facebook's Messenger has reached a big milestone in any service's life: it hit a billion monthly active users. The journey started five years ago and wasn't always smooth sailing for Facebook.
Ubisoft's CEO says he's seen Nintendo's upcoming NX console, which has largely been shrouded in mystery. He explained how the console is "great" and how it will bring back casual gamers.
The first Universal Windows 10 app showed up on the Xbox One earlier this month, but a few more have now made an appearance for those running the latest version of the preview OS.
Google is putting its Go-winning digital mind at work, as DeepMind develops AI systems to cool down data centers. The new machine-learning system used 40% less energy than normal.
The flaw in question affects equipment used by cell towers, radios, networks, and of course, our own mobile phones. While there's a patch available, most devices won't ever receive it.
It's been six months since I ditched Windows phones and hitched my wagon to Android. Here's what you should expect, along with some thoughts on switching back and the future of Windows 10 Mobile.
Pokémon GO can be a fun game if you really like to walk. But what if you don't? Here's how to spoof your location, catch all the Pokémon, and probably get banned, from the comfort of your own home.
Samsung is working on a standalone VR headset, to take on the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. Thanks to trademark filings, we now know Samsung's upcoming device might be called the Odyssey.
A growing number of Surface Pro 3 users are reporting drastic battery life declines in their devices, rendering the tablets unusable. Microsoft hasn't addressed the issue publicly yet.
A VR company created a quick demo of what Pokémon GO could look like on Microsoft's HoloLens headset. The demo was developed in Unity in a single day, so don't expect to play it anytime soon.
The UK government has finally admitted that the wide-ranging powers over the digital world given to it by the Snooper's Charter would allow it to force companies into banning strong encryption.
Nvidia has released new drivers for its graphics cards, optimizing their performance for upcoming VR titles. The new versions also fix some performance issues with the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
A large document seemingly straight from inside Sony, confirms many of the specs and details we already knew about the PlayStation 4 Neo. It even offers us a timeline for the console's development.
Samsung has pushed out a big update for its Gear S2 line of smartwatches. Users can now install apps straight from the watch, use their photos as watch faces and get to try out new UX elements.
Google was already facing record fines in its antitrust cases with the EU, but now regulators have brought even more evidence against the company, and started a new investigation into AdSense.
Last month, Microsoft claimed Edge was the best browser for your battery life, and now the company is saying its Windows 10 browser is the best choice for video streaming as well.
Android Pay is now available in Australia so you can use your NFC-enabled phones to pay at stores around the country for shrimp and other clichés that need to be thrown on the barbie.
Google introduced version 5.1 of its Keyboard app in one of Android N's previews. Now the updated app is available for all devices via Google Play, bringing themes and a whole list of new emojis.
Microsoft introduced an experimental feature in its Edge browser for Insiders running preview builds, which can make the browser even faster. But so far it's been disabled by default.
Traditional ransomware encrypts user data and ransoms it for money. But a new strain of malicious software does away with the encryption bit and just deletes users' files even if they pay.
Microsoft is making things easier for Twitch broadcasters that want to stream Xbox One games, as Xbox Live now integrates with Twitch and supports capture card streaming on PCs.
Yesterday's Patch Tuesday rollout upgraded Windows 10 to version 10586.494 but it also brought a big number of security fixes for all versions of Windows and Windows Server. Check them out here.
Samsung Mobile's president has let slip that the upcoming Galaxy Note 7 phablet will feature improved software for a better note-taking experience. The device will be unveiled on August 2nd.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference Microsoft showed off another HoloLens demo designed to entice users. This time it was in collaboration with the PGA and their golfing tournaments.
The Lumia 850 was cancelled by Microsoft and never (officially) saw the light of day, but that hasn't stopped some fans from getting their hands on a working prototype to show us what could have been.
The European Commission has officially adopted the so-called EU-US Privacy Shield. This is a framework of digital data sharing between the two unions but critics say it doesn't offer any real privacy.
HTC is giving its US based customers a great promotion whereby the company is slashing the price of its HTC 10 flagship by $100. Users also get $100 credit for accessories on top of the discount.
Seagate has ended its most recent financial quarter on a high note with the company beating its own revenue and profit expectations. But it also announced it will lay off 6,500 workers.
The latest data from Gartner shows that the PC market has continued its overall decline with Apple seeing a big drop. But there are signs things might be better in the next few quarters.
After numerous leaks of parts, specifications, design cues and so on, dummy models of the iPhone 7 handsets have shown up online. These supposedly show the exact design of the upcoming iPhones.
New drivers are heading out to Surface owners and those sporting recent Intel Core processors. The update, for Intel HD graphics, fixes some recent issues that users had been reporting.
HTC is supposedly working on a new Desire 10 handset, that should bring many of the specs of the company's flagship, the HTC 10, to a more affordable price point. The Desire 10 is expected in Q3.
Today marks the start of Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto. You can watch along with thousands of other Microsoft partners and enthusiasts as the precedings get underway.
An analysis of the "New and Rising" chart in the Windows 10 Store, shows the apps listed there are static and by all means kind of old. This is discouraging for Microsoft and a repeat of history.
Dozens of companies, including Orange, BMW, Vodafone and VW are begging the EU for money to test out self-driving cars across Europe's roads and borders. The tests are crucial for the future of AVs.
According to a credible report, Google might be getting ready to unveil a couple of smartwatches, powered by the new Android Wear 2.0 and offering Google Assistant integration.
The notorious internet mogul, Kim Dotcom, known for his file sharing companies, said that a new service will launch soon. He also hinted that the new service will come in January 2017.
Thinga.me is a new iOS app from Microsoft Garage, which allows users to photograph, crop out, collect and share "objects". It's a bit like Pinterest, but less social and currently in closed beta.
The first Universal Windows 10 app has finally landed on the Xbox One. Unfortunately, it's only an updated Blu-ray player app. Still, more apps should follows after the Anniversary Update.
Nvidia's new graphics cards, the GTX 1080 and 1070 may be the best than money can buy but they don't fully support the HTC Vive VR headset. The problems show up when using the Vive over DisplayPort.
An import registry from India shows that Samsung might be working on a new version of its Gear VR headset. The updated device is likely to be launched next month, alongside the Galaxy Note 7.
AMD has admitted its new RX 480 graphics card is drawing more power that it should, with potentially bad side-effects. The company says it's fixing this with a new driver that's coming tomorrow.
Microsoft has launched a new digital store for apps and add-ons that work with its business products. Dubbed AppSource, the new store is now live once again, after it became public last week.
Samsung is pushing out a security update for a number of its high-profile devices, including this year and last year's flagships. The update fixes 8 critical and 17 high-severity security flaws.