Former Uber engineer Susan Fowler Rigetti’s story of sexual harassment and HR complicity at the company has drawn a lot of attention from the outside world as many relate to her frustrations Continue Reading →
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ASUS has confirmed that the US launch of its dual-camera smartphone, the ZenFone 3 Zoom, has been delayed to add “better specs”.
A rare prototype second-generation iPod Classic has made its way to eBay this weekend. Offered up by user “TheAppleGuru,” the device has a red internal board dated 2002. The neat Continue Reading →
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We deal with SIM cards on a daily basis in our phones (and sometimes tablets), but yet, we know very little about them. When it comes to SIM cards, all Continue Reading →
When Halo 5: Guardians was released in late 2015, it was missing one feature that left stalwart fans of the FPS series upset and disappointed: local co-op multiplayer via split-screen. Continue Reading →
The beta version of Android 7.1.2 Nougat is now available for the Nexus 6P but it does not include fingerprint gestures support.
In this week’s top stories: Apple’s new campus gets a name, red iPhone 7 and 128GB iPhone SE rumors, revolutionary 3D iPhone 8 camera, and new unlimited data plans compared. more… Continue Reading →
It’s safe to say that Veeva is not a household name, but 10 years ago this month the company launched the first of a set of enterprise tools, like content Continue Reading →
There have been some amazing deals in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store this week so it is time for our weekly roundup of the most popular ones. Some of the Continue Reading →
Here’s an announcement that will likely only be of interest to a small cross-section of audiences: watch historians and/or Steve Jobs fanatics. Seiko has announced that it will be offering Continue Reading →
Google confirms an online version of Allo is on the way as it looks to challenge WhatsApp and iMessage.
The new movie Logan is just days away from release, and while X-Men fans have known for some time that this will be the last time actor Hugh Jackman plays Continue Reading →
Without these features, fitness trackers could still be doing more to safeguard our health.
The Macalope is sorry to report that Apple will be shipping another iPhone this year. Ugh. Sorry. Writing for the Forbes contributor network and cut-rate bar mitzvah DJ training academy, Continue Reading →
Google has responded to multiple reports of users being unexpectedly logged out of their Google accounts, in order to assuage fears that the logouts were security related. The unexpected sign-outs Continue Reading →
Apple headlines for the week ending Feb. 24, 2017 Image by Apple There are rumors of an iPad event next month, and we’re seeing more speculation about the next iPhone Continue Reading →
Apple makes a small but significant shift in its policy on fixing iPhones with third-party screen replacements.
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