Uber CEO Leaves Trump’s Advisory Council

[ad_1] President Trump’s business advisory council has one fewer member from the tech industry, following Uber CEO Travis Kalanick’s decision to leave before its first scheduled meeting on Friday. In an email to employees on, Kalanick explained that he decided not to participate in Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum unit in order to quell rumours Read More

Mozilla Lays Off Connected Devices Team

[ad_1] The Mozilla Firefox browser won’t be coming to a connected TV near you any time soon, thanks to the Mozilla Foundation’s decision to lay off the employees of its connected device division. The non-profit browser maker, which has weathered intense competition from Google and Microsoft in recent years, once saw mobile devices and the Read More

Postknight Goes Live on February 9 with Official Launch

[ad_1] After dabbling in a tower defense concept that perfectly combines fast-paced strategy with an engaging adventure narrative in Tiny Guardians, and managing a stable of knights and fellow warriors who train to do battle in an event called The Kings League before that, Malaysian-based Kurechii has moved to dabble in a new genre. The Read More

Line-us Is a Tiny Hackable Drawing Robot

[ad_1] Drawing and art creation embraced the digital canvas many years ago and generated millions of dollars for companies such as Adobe and WACOM. Sometimes, it’s nice to have your creations drawn with an ink-filled pen on paper instead of a digital one on a screen. Now there’s a little drawing robot called Line-us that Read More

Blizzard Bans 22,865 Overwatch Cheats

[ad_1] Blizzard Entertainment is most well-known for its Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo gaming properties, but more recently the developer made a splash with the team-based multiplayer first-person shooter called Overwatch. At last count in January, the game had over 25 million players worldwide. As with all online multiplayer games, some players cheat, and Blizzard is Read More

How to Fix the Most Annoying Things in Windows 10

[ad_1] Windows 10 is probably the best edition of Microsoft’s venerable operating system (OS). However, Redmond has never made an entirely perfect OS entry. As much as we like Windows 10—and we really do like it a lot—it has problems. Thankfully, a number of them are easily corrected. Here’s our look at a few of Read More

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) Now in Blue Mist and Peach Cloud

[ad_1] After revealing the Samsung Galaxy A Series (2017) at CES 2017 and then, immediately, launching it for the Southeast Asia region within the same week, Samsung Malaysia Electronics has revealed two new colours for its newest high-spec metal-bodied line-up. While the Vice President of Mobile for Samsung Malaysia, Lee Jui Siang, had hinted at Read More

NVIDIA Locks Promo Games to Graphics Cards

[ad_1] As a way to help entice you into buying a new graphics card for your gaming desktop PC, free games are often included as part of the deal. In the box next to your card will be a promotional code unlocking one or more games on popular digital games portals such as Steam, Origin, Read More

LG UltraFine 5K Display Unusable Near Routers

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: This story had been updated at on February 3 with comment from LG: “We have been made aware that the LG UltraFine 27in 5K display (model 27MD5K) may experience performance issues caused via signal interference when a Wi-Fi access point is positioned behind the display within a distance 2ft (0.6m). Changing the Read More

Save Big on 15.6-Inch Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Laptop

[ad_1] Looking for an affordable laptop with plenty of horsepower? Check out the 15.6-inch Inspiron 15 5000 from Dell. Not only does it have a Skylake processor, a dedicated graphics card, and a full HD display, but using coupon code “EXTRA190” during checkout will drop your subtotal to just $549. Get this deal Inside, this Read More

Comodo Internet Security Complete 10

[ad_1] When your security suite says it smacked down a Trojan or blocked an exploit attack, do you trust that all is well? Or do you call your security-savvy buddy to have a look, make sure it didn’t miss anything? With Comodo Internet Security Complete 10, that second opinion is built in. Just connect to Read More

Facebook’s Search AI Now Knows What’s in Your Photos

[ad_1] For all of its high-flying drones and live videos, Facebook’s namesake (the book of classmate mug shots that college freshmen used to get) is all about photographs and this week the company announced it’s making it easier to find photos your friends shared. This is regardless of who or what is tagged in them. Read More

Students: Get Final Cut, Logic Pro Bundle for US$199

[ad_1] Apple has long offered discounted Macs, iPads, and other hardware for students and teachers, and it is now adding a discount for its popular multimedia editing software. Education customers can buy a bundle that includes Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X for US$199, a significant savings given they usually cost US$299 and Read More

TrustPort Total Protection Sphere (2017)

[ad_1] A typical security suite integrates antivirus and firewall protection along with other components, such as spam filtering and parental control. Many companies offer an upper-tier suite with even more security components. TrustPort’s basic suite failed to impress in testing, with low scores in our hands-on tests, a noisy, hackable firewall, and an ineffective parental Read More

Everything We Know About the LG G6; MWC 2017

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: This article was updated Feb. 6 with new information. LG’s G6 will almost certainly be the flagship phone of this year’s Mobile World Congress. The No. 3 US smartphone maker will introduce its next flagship phone on February 26, ahead of its rival Samsung’s Galaxy S8, and we’re eager to see how Read More

Intel Tech Will Let You ‘Be the Player’ This Super Bowl Sunday

[ad_1] Ever wonder what it would be like to play in the Super Bowl? Most of us will never be able to experience that in real life, but this weekend, anyone can get a players-eye view from the comfort of home. Fox Sports teamed with Intel on a new ‘Be the Player‘ experience, which lets Read More

Neffos Appoints Songstress Nur Fazura Sharifuddin as Neffos X1 Brand Ambassador

[ad_1] Barely a month after the launch of the Neffos X1 Series, the upstart mobilephone brand had stepped up the pace. Over the weekend, it organised a massive mall-based roadshow, featuring demo areas for its newly launched Neffos X1 and X1 Max and activity zones for visitors to indulge in and win prizes. Of course, Read More

FCC Gives AT&T, Verizon Free Pass on Net Neutrality

[ad_1] The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) just announced that it would not pursue legal action against ISPs and mobilephone service providers for certain violations of Net Neutrality rules, a clear sign that the commission will be softer on regulations in the Trump era. In separate letters to AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Comcast, the FCC confirmed Read More

How to Watch Super Bowl 2017 Online

[ad_1] Even if you don’t know Tom Brady from Jan Brady, you are surely aware that a ‘Super Bowl’ is happening this weekend. The Super Bowl is arguably America’s most important live thing. In our increasingly niche mediascape, this is one of the few remaining events that still commands the attention of an entire nation Read More

Sony Adds External HDD Support to Sony PS4

[ad_1] One of the key differences between Microsoft and Sony’s console hardware is how you can upgrade the storage they use. Microsoft supports external hard drives for Microsoft Xbox One, while Sony allows Sony PlayStation 4 (PS4) owners to open the case and replace the internal hard drive while external drives aren’t supported. That won’t Read More

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