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Microsoft may be working on a digital notebook called Andromeda

MOBILE QUITTING software rental company Microsoft could be working on a new digital notebook design with the emphasis on good old-fashioned handwriting. The device is to be called Andromeda, reports Windows Central, and will be a folding book with a single page display when unfolded, (or could it be multi-screened) able to act as both a tablet or an analogue ... Read More »

Amazon drivers will soon be able to let themselves in and leave you little presents

SO THERE’S this guy right, and he lets himself into your house and leaves you packages containing goodies and we just let him. No. It’s not Santa, it’s Amazon Prime’s latest wheeze to make your shop even easier and yet decidedly more creepy. Amazon Key uses compatible smart locks to allow an Amazon Logistics courier into your house to drop ... Read More »

Google planning three Pixel smartphones in 2018

Google looks to be planning to extend its range of Pixel smartphones in 2018, shrugging off the series of glitches that have affected its recently launched Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones. The suggestion comes via Android specialist website Droid Life, which claims that sources at Google have hatched three codenames for smartphones the company will launch next year. ... Read More »

The best GameStop Black Friday deals 2017

GameStop’s Black Friday deals are starting even earlier this year as the gaming retail giant is opening its doors on Thanksgiving. This is a major change of course for GameStop, which has in recent years remained closed on Thanksgiving. But this year, GameStop says it’s responding to store associate and customer requests (and, likely, the competition), and will be open ... Read More »

Apple just bought its own wireless charging company. Here’s why.

Apple has purchased a New Zealand-based wireless charging company whose technology can send power to multiple devices, from headphones to remote controls, at the same time. As appealing as that may sound for mobile devices, Apple likely hopes to use the technology for a vast array of electronics such as the Apple TV remote control or its own computer mouse ... Read More »

Kaspersky outlines plan for independent review of its software – but ex

EUGENE KASPERSKY, the co-founder of Kaspersky Lab, which is at the centre of US government security claims, has revealed further details about plans to have its software examined and audited in an independent code review. However, the former deputy director of the US National Security Agency (NSA), Rick Ledgett, claims that this is not enough. Kaspersky Lab said on Monday ... Read More »

Google: HTTPS now securing two-thirds of all Chrome traffic on Android

Internet giant Google has claimed that its campaign to shift web traffic to HTTPS is bearing fruit, with HTTPS on its Chrome web browser now securing 64 per cent of internet traffic on Android devices. This, according to Google’s latest Transparency Report, is up 22 per cent from a year ago, when HTTPS protected 42 per cent of Chrome traffic. “It’s ... Read More »

Huawei P11 release date, news and rumors

The Huawei P10 is a good phone that offers most of what you’d expect from a flagship in an easy to use package, but there’s nothing thrilling or innovative about the phone’s design or features. That’s why we’ve put our heads together to come up with a range of improvements we’d like to see included in the Huawei P11 when ... Read More »

MobileIron adds Apple security along with support for iOS 11

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) software vendor MobileIron today announced its Apple release, aimed at the growing need for enterprises to provide IT managers with more robust management and security features for Macs. While Windows and even Chrome-based laptops are already included in EMM consoles, macOS hardware has traditionally been treated as an outlier in the office, according to Nick McQuire, ... Read More »

A Japanese company is suing Apple over ‘Animoji’ trademark

WHILE APPLE USUALLY serves up nothing but good news about emojis, we find the firm in hot Japanese waters this week over the use of the work Animoji, which is apparently a trademark that belongs to a Japanese chap and has been for some years. Animoji is fairly new to Apple, having been added as an animated emoji option for ... Read More »

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