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Samsung Galaxy S8 Details Revealed in New Leak

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According to a new report, the new Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone is going to be unveiled on March 29th. Also, with this new report comes the first ever photo of the new handset. The opinions are divided, as some are saying that the new smartphone has both good and not so good parts. The phone’s design is not at all ...

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Elon Musk, Serious about L.A. Tunnel to Ease Traffic

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It seems like billionaire, entrepreneur and space enthusiast Elon Musk is as sick of the Los Angeles traffic as many of the people living there. Because of this, he decided to act on it and, in his usual and innovative style, find a solution to decongestion the now infamous traffic issue. On Wednesday, he said that he is ready to ...

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Facebook has a New Head of VR, Former Xiaomi and Google Executive

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On Wednesday, Facebook announced that they hired a new head for their virtual reality department. He is the former Google and Xiaomi executive, Hugo Barra. From now on, he will be in charge of the company’s virtual reality projects. This includes Oculus, which Facebook acquired, back in 2014. His last job was at Xiaomi in Beijing. He was also in ...

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Samsung to Announce Galaxy Note 7 Probe Results on Jan 23

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As some reports from last week suggested, Samsung is going to make the official announcement regarding the cause of their Galaxy Note 7 exploding disaster. They conducted an investigation to find out what actually provoked the issues with the phones and will announce its result on January 23. They released an official statement in which they confirmed that the announcement ...

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Mozilla Firefox’s Change of Logo is Unfortunate

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On Wednesday, Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox browser announced a “brand new experience” along with a new logo. Advertising matters a lot and it is only normal for Mozilla to try and do something about it. Mozilla’s browser market share fell a lot since 2010. Now, the company is trying to fix the issue and is doing something innovative, ...

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Gmail Users Might Fall Victim to Phishing Attacks

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According to the CEO of Wordfence (WordPress’ security plug in), Mark Maunder, there is a new phishing technique which attacks many mail services. The most affected of them is Gmail and users have begun worrying that their accounts might become unusable. This method is reportedly highly effective and each Gmail user should be careful not to fall victim to it. ...

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Mark Zuckerberg to Appear in Court After VR Scandal

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On Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will appear in a Dallas court. The reason for this are the allegations that his company is facing regarding stolen virtual reality technology. The company which is suing Facebook for $2 billion is called Zenimax Media, owner of game studio id Software. Facebook in trouble According to Zenimax, Facebook’s Oculus copied their early virtual reality ...

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Facebook to Test Fake News Filtering in Germany

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Facebook will soon begin testing their anti-fake news system as part of their effort to stop such reports from spreading and to reduce their number and influence. The first country where this system will roll out is Germany. It is interesting that federal elections in Germany are going to take place in just a few months-time. And German chancellor Angela ...

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Facebook has A New Project which Will End Fake News

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Facebook recently announced their new project destined to put an end to the fake news scandal once and for all. It is called The Facebook Journalism Project and will look to strengthen the company’s ties with the news organizations. The project is also supposed to give journalists some training which will help them with their newsgathering and reporting. The idea ...

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