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  • Dark Souls 3 exploit could let hackers take control of your entire computer
    A dangerous remote code execution (RCE) exploit found in Dark Souls 3 could let a bad actor take control of your computer, according to a report from Dexerto. The vulnerability only puts PC gamers who play online at risk and may potentially affect Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, and the... Read more »
  • WhatsApp may soon let you transfer your chats from Android to iOS
    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge WhatsApp might be working on a feature that lets you migrate your chat history from Android to iOS, as reported by WABetaInfo via (Android Central). The feature was first spotted in the latest WhatsApp beta version 22.2.74 for iOS, and appears to corroborate... Read more »
  • US athletes told to use burner phones at Beijing Winter Olympics
    US athletes have been advised not to bring their phones to the 2022 Winter Olympics. | Photo by Yu Zhiqiang / VCG via Getty Images The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee is telling athletes to ditch their personal phones for burners ahead of next month’s Winter Olympics in China,... Read more »
  • NYC Mayor takes pay cut as cryptocurrency market plunges
    NYC Mayor Eric Adams received his first paycheck in cryptocurrency. | Photo by Alex Wong / Getty Images Even in the midst of a crypto slump, New York City Mayor Eric Adams isn’t backing out of his plans to take his first three paychecks in Bitcoin and Ethereum. Bitcoin fell... Read more »
  • YouTube TV is $10 off for your first three months
    New YouTube TV subscribers can pay YouTube TV $54.99 each month instead of $64.99. | Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Just in time for Super Bowl season, a three-month subscription to the YouTube TV streaming service is a little more affordable. Right now, new subscribers can pay... Read more »
  • What we know about Intel’s $20 billion bet on Ohio
    Intel Sandy Bridge Chips Hint: It’s not about the chip shortage Continue reading…... Read more »
  • Google Pixel Stand (2nd gen) review: nice but not a must-have
    Fast wireless charging speeds and a few extras Continue reading…... Read more »

    MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - All Stories

  • Apple's Most Questionable Design Decisions in Recent Memory
    Apple has always emphasized the depth of thought that goes into the design of its products. In the foreword to Designed by Apple in California, a photo book released by the company in 2016, Jony Ive explains how the company strives "to define objects that appear effortless" and "so simple,... Read more »
  • VideoTop Stories: Spring Apple Event Rumors, Apple Opposes Sideloading, and More
    As we roll into the latter half of January, we're starting to hear more about a potential spring Apple event, which is likely to take place in March or April. There are a number of potential announcements on deck, so an event would be a good opportunity for Apple to... Read more »
  • Apple Walks Back UNiDAYS Verification Requirement for U.S. Education Store
    Earlier this week, Apple began requiring that customers taking advantage of educational discounts in the United States verify their status as a teacher, student, or school staff member through UNiDAYS. The requirement was a major change as Apple had never asked customers to go through a verification process in the... Read more »
  • VideoHumorous New Ad Highlights Apple TV+'s Biggest Stars… Except Jon Hamm
    Apple TV+ today shared a humorous new ad called "Everyone but Jon Hamm" that is set to air during NFL playoff games this weekend, according to Adweek. In the ad, actor Jon Hamm sits in a lavish home and scrolls through Apple TV+ while humorously complaining about how Apple's original... Read more »
  • Deals: Apple's 24-Inch iMac (7-Core, 256GB) Drops to Low Price of $1,239.92
    Today you can get Apple's 24-inch 7-Core GPU, 256GB iMac for a new record low price of $1,239.92, down from $1,299.00. This model is sold by Expercom on Amazon and it's available in Silver and Blue. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click... Read more »
  • Apple Shares Valentine's Day Gift Ideas
    Apple today shared a new Valentine's Day gift guide with categories including music, health, entertainment, creativity, photography, and video. The gift guide promotes a wide variety of Apple products and accessories for Valentine's Day, with some of the more affordable options including an Apple Watch band, an iPhone case, an... Read more »
  • VideoMacRumors Giveaway: Win a Customized Sonos Roam Speaker From Electronic Finishing Solutions
    For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Electronic Finishing Solutions to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win a Sonos Roam speaker that's customized with the MacRumors logo. Electronic Finishing Solutions bills itself as a company with high-end electronic customization experts. It offers a selection of customized AirPods, speakers,... Read more »


  • Pets Can Live in the Metaverse
    As they say, dog’s are a man’s best friend. That said, pets do require a lot of time, money, and attention. What if you want the idea of having a pet without all of the work? Your moment has arrived – learn all about how pets in the metaverse operate... Read more »
  • The Future of School
    School should be more about acquiring skills for life instead of memorization tasks. It should be a safe space, free of bullying. This and more is what’s in store for where online school is currently on tack to achieve. Learn more about what the future of school will look like... Read more »
  • A Closer Look at Central Pharmacies
    Pharmacies are essential to be run on precision, especially in the hospital environment. More and more hospitals are developing better practices, including the advanced technologies found within pharmacy automation. Learn more about the role and importance of the central pharmacy in the hospital landscape in the visual deep dive below,... Read more »
  • Weight Loss Isn’t What You Think
    This is much more to weight loss than it may appear from the outside. It’s time to treat the whole person. Learn more about effective methods in the visual deep dive below, courtesy of Relish.life:... Read more »
  • The Importance of Water Filter Systems
    Water filter systems are incredibly important to your health. In America alone, over 21 million of us are drinking water that is in USA safety violations. It is time to take better care to look at our health – and stop buying so many botted water solutions as they impact... Read more »
  • Alternative Data: Helping More Americans Get Credit
    Alternative data, data that wouldn’t otherwise be factored in by traditional credit scoring is here to rescue the needs of many Americans. It is estimated by Equifax that this method will allow up to 90% of Americans to get credit that were previously either having thin credit files or were... Read more »
  • Fixing the Nursing Shortage
    Nursing homes need staffing help desperately. If you are a nurse, this is an unprecedented time of calling for you – as well as higher pay and a better quality of life. Check out the nursing jobs available in Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio in the infographic below:... Read more »

    Velocity Micro - Blog

  • What is DDR5
    With the release of Intel’s new 12th Gen Core Processors has also come support for several new technologies. None is… The post What is DDR5 appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • All About Intel P vs E Cores
    Since the launch of their original Turbo Boost technology, Intel has been pushing toward a hybrid performance model in an… The post All About Intel P vs E Cores appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • VideoIntel 12th Gen Core – Benchmarks
    Today’s the exciting day that we finally get to reveal benchmarks for Intel 12th Gen Core processors. It’s been a… The post Intel 12th Gen Core – Benchmarks appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • How To Upgrade to Windows 11
    As of yesterday, Windows 11 has officially been released to the world. There’s a lot that has changed and a… The post How To Upgrade to Windows 11 appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • Threadripper vs Epyc
    Threadripper vs Epyc – what’s the difference? Though only a few years ago, AMD seemed to have been relegated to… The post Threadripper vs Epyc appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • VideoIntel Xeon W-3300 Workstations
    Today, we’re excited to finally be able to talk about Intel’s latest product release – Xeon W-3300 and our new… The post Intel Xeon W-3300 Workstations appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »
  • What’s New In Windows 11
    Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of Windows last week, in the form of Windows 11. Windows 11 includes some pretty… The post What’s New In Windows 11 appeared first on Custom Gaming & Enthusiast PC Blog | Velocity Micro.... Read more »

    Tech Digest

  • Out of contract? Haggling could save up to £200 on broadband, TV, mobile
    As the cost of living soars and monthly bills for broadband, TV or mobile packages look set to rise, new Which? research finds that customers who make a nuisance of […] The post Out of contract? Haggling could save up to £200 on broadband, TV, mobile appeared first on Tech... Read more »
  • Vodafone launches connected Samsung laptops from £26 per month
    From today, Vodafone will begin stocking a lineup of connected laptops in-store and online. Customers can now purchase the Samsung Chromebook Go LTE, Samsung Galaxy Book Go LTE and Samsung […] The post Vodafone launches connected Samsung laptops from £26 per month appeared first on Tech Digest. Related posts: VOXI... Read more »
  • Tech Digest daily roundup: £100m tax payer money for Britishvolt gigafactory
    Plans for a new British-owned battery gigaplant in Northumberland have been boosted by the commitment of around £100m of government funds to the £3.8bn scheme. The Britishvolt project intends to […] The post Tech Digest daily roundup: £100m tax payer money for Britishvolt gigafactory appeared first on Tech Digest. Related... Read more »
  • Kia EV6 electric car wins What Car? Car of the Year Award
    The Kia EV6 electric car has been crowned What Car? Car of the Year 2022. Its victory was announced at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. It […] The post Kia EV6 electric car wins What Car? Car of the Year Award appeared first on Tech Digest.... Read more »
  • EE offers 6 months FREE Apple content package
    Today, EE has launched an extended Apple content package for new and existing customers, providing six months of free access to Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade. […] The post EE offers 6 months FREE Apple content package appeared first on Tech Digest. Related posts: Deezer offer... Read more »
  • Tech Digest daily roundup: Online fraudster posed as Nicolas Cage to scam women
    Online daters have been warned about the dangers of fake celebrity profiles after a woman was duped out of thousands of pounds by a romance fraudster posing as Hollywood star […] The post Tech Digest daily roundup: Online fraudster posed as Nicolas Cage to scam women appeared first on Tech... Read more »
  • Delivery scam text links on rise again – and they’re more difficult to spot
    Scam text messaging (smishing) is on the rise again as GCHQ warns that companies using shortened or unclear web links are making it more difficult for the public to spot […] The post Delivery scam text links on rise again – and they’re more difficult to spot appeared first on... Read more »
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    Droid Life

  • Google Pixel “At a Glance” Starts to Get New Batch of Features
    The “At a Glance” widget that Google won’t let us turn off on Pixel phones is finally going to do more than show you the weather and your commute times and calendar appointments. It was previously rumored to be getting a sizable list of new integrations and those have now... Read more »
  • It’s Time to Reserve the Galaxy S22 Ultra
    An official announcement for Samsung’s next Unpacked event hasn’t yet materialized, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go ahead and reserve the Galaxy S22 or Galaxy S22 Ultra today. And yep, you can actually do that through Samsung’s site as a way for the company to get a feel for... Read more »
  • Amazon Spills Beans on Galaxy Tab S8 Lineup Specs, Extremely High Pricing
    Amazon Italy and France have let slip essentially everything we need to know about the upcoming Galaxy Tab S8 lineup (reservations now open!). That lineup consists of the Tab S8, Tab S8+, and Tab S8 Ultra. This isn’t our first time hearing about these devices when it comes to specs,... Read more »
  • Samsung Confirms Unpacked for February, Galaxy S22 Reservations Start Tomorrow
    UPDATE: Reservations open! RESERVE HERE. Samsung has confirmed this week that its next Unpacked event will take place in February (a couple of weeks away) and fans should get ready for the “ultimate Ultra experience.” Typically, Samsung would give us an actual day the event is to take place, but... Read more »
  • T-Mobile Really Wants You to Know They are Not a Part of the C-Band 5G Airline Drama
    The ongoing back and forth between the FAA and airlines and Verizon and AT&T over deployment of C-Band 5G around airports is not the most interesting of subjects. I wouldn’t blame you for not really following closely along with it. However, it is important to know that the network both... Read more »
  • Google Play Games Beta for PC Launches Outside of US
    Late last year, Google announced Google Play Games for the PC platform, allowing gamers to enjoy their favorite mobile titles on their desktop and laptop computers. This week, Google has launched a beta for this, but sadly, it’s not for users in the US. The beta is currently limited to... Read more »
  • Can Your Phone Connect to Verizon’s New C-Band 5G Network?
    We’ve talked a lot this week about the launch of C-Band 5G and how it’ll finally bring a good 5G experience to Verizon and AT&T customers. The thing is, we didn’t mention which devices will work and you are probably staring at yours right now wondering if you need to... Read more »


  • Steam Deck will support games with Epic's Easy Anti-Cheat software
    Things are looking brighter for Valve’s Steam Deck and its potential game library. On Friday, the company announced titles that depend on Epic’s Easy Anti-Cheat (EAC) software can now run on the portable. Valve said adding Steam Deck support to titles that utilize EAC is “a simple process.” Developers won’t... Read more »
  • Apple pulls verification requirement for US education shoppers
    Earlier this week, Apple began requiring that students and teachers in the US verify their identity through authentication service UNiDAYS before they could take advantage of the company’s discounted education pricing. The move closed a long-standing loophole that had allowed almost anyone to save money on an Apple device as... Read more »
  • Google may already be making another Chromecast with Google TV
    Google tends to release new Chromecast models only sparingly (you can still buy a years-old 1080p unit today), but it may be more aggressive with the Google TV model. 9to5Googlesources claim the company is already developing a new Chromecast with Google TV. Documentation and code sleuthing have reportedly revealed the... Read more »
  • Video'Dying Light 2' will include free PS5 and Xbox Series X/S upgrades
    After multiple delays, Dying Light 2 will finally arrive on February 4th. If you haven’t had a chance to purchase a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S yet, developer Techland is making the decision of whether to buy the game now or later easy. In an announcement spotted by Eurogamer,... Read more »
  • VideoSony will release a movie made using the PlayStation game-builder ‘Dreams’
    Sony Pictures Classics has picked up the rights to an animated movie entitled A Winter’s Journey, which will be made in part using the PlayStation game-creation tool Dreams. According to Deadline, the film will blend live actors with CG and hand-painted animation and is an adaptation of Franz Schubert's set... Read more »
  • Federal Reserve study offers no answers on creating a digital dollar
    Don't expect the US Federal Reserve to issue a digital dollar any time soon. CNBCreports the Reserve has published its long-in-the-making study of a central bank cryptocurrency, but took no stances on whether or not it should pursue the technology. The paper instead explored the potential benefits and pitfalls of... Read more »
  • Hitting the Books: What autonomous vehicles mean for tomorrow's workforce
    In the face of daily pandemic-induced upheavals, the notion of "business as usual" can often seem a quaint and distant notion to today's workforce. But even before we all got stuck in never-ending Zoom meetings, the logistics and transportation sectors (like much of America's economy) were already subtly shifting in... Read more »
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