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Microsoft’s ‘Meltdown’ updates are reportedly bricking AMD PCs

Microsoft’s ‘Meltdown’ updates are reportedly bricking AMD PCs Following reports of unbootable machines, Microsoft has halted updates of its Meltdown and Spectre security patches for AMD computers, according to a support note spotted by the Verge. It made the move after numerous complaints from users who installed the patch and…

Google no longer lets you change domains to search different countries

You’ve long been able to get localized search results by visiting Google at different domains — like google.com for the US, google.co.uk for England, or google.co.jp for Japan — but that won’t be the case any more after today. Google said that it’ll now deliver search results relevant to your…

How Facebook plans to get 1 billion people into virtual reality, according to the VP tasked with doing it

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg introducing the Oculus Go headset. The mission of leading Facebook’s virtual reality business now falls on Hugo Barra, who joined Facebook six months ago with the newly-created title “VP of VR.” Despite lackluster consumer interest, early missteps, and a lot of change in leadership, Facebook still has big…

CEO Jack Dorsey is promising (again) to improve Twitter’s abuse and safety rules

In a Friday night tweetstorm, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey made a familiar pledge: He’s going to clean up Twitter so users don’t have to deal with abuse or threats or harassment. And it’s going to happen as soon as next week. “We see voices being silenced on Twitter every day….

iPhone 8 Plus Units “BURST OPEN” Fresh Reports suggests battery issues

The saga of Apple’s bursting iPhone 8 Plus units continues after more complaints involving damaged units emerge. Just a week ago, there were two complaints involving the iPhone 8 Plus. Users complained the screen was detached from the unit allegedly due to battery swelling. There have been more reports of…

Jony Ive, Apple’s design chief thinks its about time you put down the iPhone

Jony Ive the apple design guru hit us with some hard truth while speaking at The New Yorker’s annual tech shinding, TechFest 5-hours ago and he says we’re using our phones too much. we didn’t need Ive to tell us this: multiple studies have come to the same conclusion, and…

Technology companies losing talent at an alarming rate

Technology companies losing talent at an alarming rate See the 24 technology companies who are losing talent at an alarming rate recently around the world and they will surprise you. There are countless opportunities in the world of technology, but not all tech companies are created equal when it comes…

How a website can improve your business

Website are good for business and almost everyone know that it is but they have not taken time to think how the website can improve their business or services. We have listed some ways through which a good website can help your business survived in the 21st century. How a…

See what is banned on Facebook

Earlier this week, the murder of a 28-year-old Chicago man was captured live on Facebook. One minute the man was hanging out with friends and livestreaming on Facebook. The next, there are sounds of gunshots and screaming. He was shot Wednesday night, and yet Facebook hasn’t pulled the video from…

Single-molecule switch gets us closer to light-powered computers

Single-molecule switch gets us closer to light-powered computers The computer and gadget industries have boosted the power of components by shrinking them to near-microscopic scale. One radical field, molecular electronics, takes this to its logical extreme: constructing circuits and devices from single molecules. Researchers at the Peking University of Beijing…

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