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February 13, 2016 20:00
February 13, 2016 20:00
Feb 13, 2016

From a Sonic movie and Titanfall on TV, to iBricks, net neutrality, device discounts, Quantum craziness, OneDrive woe and a throwback to 3.1, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news. Read more.

Infuse is receiving a bump to version 4.0. Described as a beautiful way to watch almost any video format on your iPhone or iPad, with no need to convert files, Infuse 4 at first glance may look like "something you've seen before," says its creators. "But that is where the similarities more...

Hey Gadgeteer. Yes, I'm talking to you. You look like you need to take a break from your Valentine's day planning or stressing. Come on, make yourself a steaming cup of hot chocolate or maybe something a little stronger if you need it, sink into a comfortable chair and let our gadget more...

Review : WD MyCloud Mirror Personal Cloud Storage

Some would argue that, these days, it's just as important to backup our mobile (camera) devices for the very reason we backup our regular digital photographs. Here's my take on doing just that with my review of the My Cloud Mirror. MyCloud Mirror Personal Cloud Storage on Amazon. Even though I have my camera with me most of the time, I still have my iPhone (or your Android or Windows thing or heck, even your Blackberry) with me about 99.8% of the time. That's maybe more than most people as my 9 to 5 is social media and photography, so I tend to have the phone near, and as a result, I take a lot of photographs with the thing. It's the more...

Facebook Nude Painting: Social Media User Posts Nude Art, Gets Banned. Now Case Will Go To Trial In France

When an art lover posted a photo of a nude painting on Facebook, he never thought that the fallout from that post would result more...

Google and Alphabet's 20 most ambitious moonshot projects

Google went through a massive reorganization October 2015 when Alphabet became its parent company. Projects that weren't part of more...

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AMD Zen processors will have 32 cores and Symmetrical Multi-Threading

We seem to have hit something of a ceiling when it comes to the raw speed of processors; things are now progressing rather more slowing than they have been. Attention has now turned to other areas, such as the number of cores. Dual-core, quad-core, and octo-core CPUs are now quite common, but AMD's upcoming processor -- codenamed 'Zen' -- will feature no fewer than 32 cores. We already knew that Zen would have 'a lot' of cores, but a CERN engineer has now revealed not only how high this figure is, but more details of the processor. But this is not a true 32-core processor -- AMD is using a little trickery to up the numbers. During a more...

Eight Possible Sinkholes around Innovation

Let me offer that innovation has eight possible pitfalls or sink holes that we need to consciously try to avoid. We sometimes need to be more prepared for these traps based on our judgement and experience. Continue reading

Flame lets you customize Cydia to your liking

Among all the things you can customize in iOS with a jailbreak, one of the things we've not seen a more...

Multi-process Firefox’s will use up to 20% more RAM initially

Multi-process Firefox's memory use will increase between 10% to 20% initially on average according to a memory test Mozilla ran recently. more...

How a billionaire who wrote Google’s original code created a robot revolution

In May 2010, eleven 450-pound humanoid robots posed before their proud "parents" and supporters in an more...

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The One Thing You Need to Make More Sales With Your Blog

Imagine yourself, sitting on a beach somewhere. or in a Swiss chalet. or on the balcony of your Parisian flat. You open your laptop to check more...

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