Atari will use cryptocurrency to bolster its online gambling business

In its latest bid for relevance, Atari is glomming onto the cryptocurrency craze. The company is hoping to bolster its gambling business in Europe with Atari Token, according to Bloomberg. “Our… Read more: Atari will use cryptocurrency to bolster its online gambling...

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LG’s next flagship phone may tout an extra-bright, low-power screen

After that? Mostly, LG would be ticking checkboxes on what you’d hope for in a 2018 smartphone. You’d get a Snapdragon 845 processor (albeit with ‘just’ 4GB of RAM), dual 16-megapixel rear… Here is the original post: LG’s next flagship phone may tout an extra-bright, low-power...

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Apple employees keep walking into their new HQ’s glass walls

Apple’s design choices have come under fire quite a few times in recent years. Plenty of people were vocally disappointed in the MacBook’s lack of ports while the iPhone X’s notch has attracted a… Excerpt from: Apple employees keep walking into their new HQ’s glass...

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Intel currently facing 32 class-action lawsuits for Spectre and Meltdown

The customer suits are seeking “monetary damages and equitable relief,” though they’re in such early stages that none have specified exact amounts. On top of that, the SEC filing revealed that the… Read this article: Intel currently facing 32 class-action lawsuits for Spectre and...

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Google is making it easier for 911 to find you in an emergency

One company involved in the test told the Wall Street Journal that for over 80 percent of the 911 calls where Google’s system was used, the tech giant’s location data were more accurate than what… See the rest here: Google is making it easier for 911 to find you in an...

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