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Moto Z2 Play, Good but Not Impressive

Moto Z2 Play

The Moto Z2 Play smartphone is the latest entry from Motorola when it comes to modular phones. The interesting fact about these devices is that they allow the user to swap in add-ons which add new features. In what concerns the Z2 Play, it’s a more refined version of the company’s middle range handset. Also, it brings a lot of ...

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Five Nights at Freddy’s Creator Messing with Fans, Again

Five Nights at Freddy's screenshot

The creator of Five Nights at Freddy’s horror videogame series appears to be making fun of the fans, again. Scott Cawthon created this unusual game which has a very big fan base. And while everybody expected his next project to be the sixth installment of this franchise, he unexpectedly announced that he has cancelled this project. Moreover, he stated that ...

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Activision Says More Crash Games Could Happen

Crash Bandicoot screenshot

With the long-anticipated release of the N. Sane Trilogy for the PlayStation 4, the Crash series appears to be back into the spotlight, where it belongs. This new release is actually a package which contains some updated versions of the first three games in the series. Still, fans of the popular videogame are still waiting for the release of a ...

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Tech Investor Dave McClure Apologizes to Women

Dave McClure

Recently, Dave McClure, the co-founder of accelerator and investment firm 500 Startups has written an apology letter with the title “I’m a Creep. I’m Sorry”. In it, the powerful tech investor is apologizing to the women in the industry towards whom he had an inappropriate behavior. He is also admitting that he made advances toward many women in situations where ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8, More Expensive than Initially Thought

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 more expensive

It seems like fans of the Samsung brand are not going to be very happy about the recent news regarding the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 device. After some rather convincing leaks which pretty much confirmed that the highly-anticipated smartphone will not come with a screen fingerprint sensor, it seems like the device will also be more expensive than everybody initially ...

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Users Shouldn’t Sign into New Apps with Social Media Accounts

Social media platforms

A recent study done by the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, which they published in April, found that thousands of apps on the Play Store require access to sensitive information. Also, that they share this information with other apps which the user didn’t allow permission for. It’s nothing new that the majority of apps require the user to introduce certain info such as ...

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Uber Says It Didn’t Know about Waymo Data Theft Before Lawsuit

Official Uber logo

When District Judge William Alsup asked some questions about the recent lawsuit regarding self-driving technology which the company might have stolen from Waymo, Uber responded that nobody at the company knew about any taken proprietary information from Waymo until the latter filed the lawsuit. To clear things up, Waymo is the self-driving unit belonging to Google’s parent company Alphabet. Recently, ...

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Tinder Gold, a New Service Which Requires Money

Tinder app o smartphone

It seems like even Tinder, the very popular dating app, is preparing for the hot summer days with a new service called Tinder Gold. Or this may very well be the app’s latest plan to make its users pay them money for a look behind the scenes. More precisely, this new service allows users to see only those people who ...

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Google Photos Adds New Important Features

Google Photos logo

Yesterday, Google began rolling out its new sharing feature in Google Photos. This functionality was first revealed back in May at the company’s I/O developer conference. More precisely, the tech giant is launching the Suggested Sharing feature which powered by artificial intelligence. Also, it launched the Shared Libraries one too, both of which are supposed to help make the Google ...

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Was Petya Ransomware actually a Cyberattack?

A ransomware released into the world

Now that the craziness which the most recent Petya ransomware attack has created is slowly fading away, Ukraine seems to have been the most affected country. According to Kaspersky Labs, about 60% of all systems which Petya attacked were inside the country. This is far more than those outside it. The hack also affected some of Ukraine’s most important structures ...

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