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Thursday, 5 Nov 2015
As of 2nd November, 66% of all compatible devices have downloaded Apple's iOS 9.
Wednesday, 4 Nov 2015
The OneDrive team has announced that it no longer plans to offer unlimited OneDrive storage to Office 365 Home, Personal, or University subscribers, reneging a promise it made a year ago.
Based on a patent published in the U.S. yesterday, it looks like Apple might be looking to slim down its Macbook and Mac keyboards by removing the physical keyboard switches and replacing them with Force Touch technology.
Everybody knows that Amazon is an online retail giant, with most of its business done over the web. So why would the company open a brick and mortar book store?
Optical track pad maker CrucialTec announced that it has developed a new micro-surface area fingerprint recognition algorithm "Muon" which has a minimum recognition surface of 8 mm2. How small is that? Hit the link to find out more!
Tuesday, 3 Nov 2015
Activision Blizzard, the company which develops popular console and PC games, bought Candy Crush maker King Digital Entertainment for US$5.9 billion.
A team of hackers just claimed a US$1 million bounty for finding vulnerabilities in the latest version of iOS that enables attackers to remotely jailbreak an iPhone and install any app with full privileges.
Black Friday has traditionally been the Friday after Thanksgiving. During that day, shops heavily discount their goods, leading to frenzied shopping sprees. While it's traditionally just a single day event, retailers now are expanding it to be a month long.
Despite receiving rave reviews from movie critics and opening strongly during its first weekend of limited release, the new Steve Jobs movie, starring Michael Fassbender and written by Aaron Sorkin, tanks at the box office. But why?
Samsung is reported to be in an aggressive negotiation with Sony to buy the IMX300 image sensor found in the Xperia Z5 series for use in its upcoming Galaxy S7.