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Microsoft finally stops screwing Surface Pro 4 owners with flickergate

Microsoft’s new move to put PR groups inside its operating divisions is paying off. We’re now seeing the worst news shuffled out the door on Friday nights. This week’s instance addresses a years-long fight by afflicted Surface Pro 4 users to get Microsoft to admit it has a problem, and to provide redress. Flickergate, you may recall, involves the propensity ... Read More »

In depth: 13 things to know about Android P gesture navigation

Android P’s first official beta is overflowing with features and flourishes, but the software’s most transformative change is something more foundational than flashy. I’m talking, of course, about Android P’s new gesture navigation system — a totally revamped interface for getting around your phone. I’ve been getting to know Android P’s new gesture navigation system since the beta went live ... Read More »

In depth: 13 things to know about Android P gesture navigation

Android P’s first official beta is overflowing with features and flourishes, but the software’s most transformative change is something more foundational than flashy. I’m talking, of course, about Android P’s new gesture navigation system — a totally revamped interface for getting around your phone. I’ve been getting to know Android P’s new gesture navigation system since the beta went live ... Read More »

In depth: 13 things to know about Android P gesture navigation

Android P’s first official beta is overflowing with features and flourishes, but the software’s most transformative change is something more foundational than flashy. I’m talking, of course, about Android P’s new gesture navigation system — a totally revamped interface for getting around your phone. I’ve been getting to know Android P’s new gesture navigation system since the beta went live ... Read More »

In depth: 13 things to know about Android P gesture navigation

Android P’s first official beta is overflowing with features and flourishes, but the software’s most transformative change is something more foundational than flashy. I’m talking, of course, about Android P’s new gesture navigation system — a totally revamped interface for getting around your phone. I’ve been getting to know Android P’s new gesture navigation system since the beta went live ... Read More »

Countdown to the GDPR deadline: Are you ready? | Salted Hash Ep 28

CSO Online | May 8, 2018 Host Steve Ragan reports from the RSA 2018 show floor, talking with Greg Reber, founder and CEO at AsTech Consulting, about the looming GDPR deadline and what IT security professionals should be getting done now. Read More »

Mingis on Tech: When it comes to Android phones, a notch too far?

Imitation, it’s been said, is the sincerest form of flattery. Apple The iPhone X notch. Which probably explains the rush of Android smartphone makers to embrace the “notch” design made famous in Apple’s current flagship phone, the iPhone X. But is that a smart move in this form-follows-function world – especially since no one expects the Apple notch to be ... Read More »

Win10 1803 bugs roll in: Chrome freezes, Skype burps, Alienware craters and… hey, Cortana?

The new version of Windows 10 has been out for less than a week, and those who welcomed it with open arms (and the unfortunate seekers who got stuck) are starting to feel the burn. I’m not so surprised by the usual problems – bad drivers, stuck installs, upgrade failures – but the number of conflicts with Microsoft’s other products ... Read More »

The way blockchain-based cryptocurrencies are governed could soon change

Blockchain distributed ledgers work by linking together a chain of electronic records, each inextricably tied to the one before it; each new set of entries or “blocks” is completed and time-stamped with a hashtag only after passing through a consensus process. The two most popular mechanisms or protocols for authenticating new entries on a blockchain and governing changes to the ... Read More »

Blockchain moves into top spot for hottest job skills

Developers with blockchain skills have become the hottest commodity in the freelance marketplace, according to a new study. Freelance employment website Upwork released its latest quarterly index of the 20 hottest job skills, which shows that job postings for workers with blockchain skills have grown exponentially this year. In its last quarterly report, blockchain technologists were in second place behind ... Read More »

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