Saturday, 20 Feb 2016
Apple has issued an updated version of iOS 9.2.1 for iPhone users whose devices are disabled by Error 53. It also apologized for causing any inconvenience.
Friday, 19 Feb 2016
AMD is bundling the hotly anticipated stealth action game Hitman with its Radeon R9 390 and 390X graphics cards, in addition to select FX processors.
The Khronos Group has released Vulkan 1.0, an open-source, low-level API originally based on AMD's proprietary Mantle API. Vulkan gives developers explicit control over the GPU's memory resources and takes better advantage of multi-threaded CPUs, thus increasing performance.
John McAfee, the founder of antivirus software McAfee, offered a deal to the FBI that his team of hackers can decrypt the information on the San Bernardino iPhone in three weeks without the need for Apple to put a backdoor. Hit the link to find out how he plans to do it.
Thursday, 18 Feb 2016
Japanese e-commerce operator Rakuten will be shutting down their online marketplace in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. The closures will affect approximately 150 employees.
Dell has announced a range of new multi-function printers that come with Dell Document Hub, a cloud-based utility that allows users to easily print and share files from multiple cloud storage services.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has posted an open letter to Apple customers announcing that the company will oppose an order from a U.S. Federal judge asking it to help the FBI access data on an iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooter, Syed Farook.
Microsoft has just released a pair of firmware updates for the Surface Pro 4 tablet and Surface Book notebook to fix a sleep issue that both devices have been experiencing since launch.
Wednesday, 17 Feb 2016
A new malware called Mazar Bot spreads via text message, and it gains administrator rights on your Android-based smartphone.
Tuesday, 16 Feb 2016
Google will stop serving Flash ads in 2017, a move that may finally signal the end of the technology.