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Youtube experiments with very high quality 60FPS 4K / UltraHD videos (0)
Posted at 27 March 2015 18:41 CEST

YouTube has started to make it possible to playback 4K video with a framerate of 60 frames per second.

Safari users win right to sue Google over bypassing privacy setting (1)
Posted at 27 March 2015 18:15 CEST

British users of Apple’s browser Safari can sue Google for a privacy loophole that was discovered several years ago.

New Intel and Micron 3D NAND to make 10TB SSDs possible (1)
Posted at 27 March 2015 14:23 CEST

Micron and Intel today announced the first samples of their 3D NAND flash memory chips have been sent to manufacturers.

Electronic Arts DRM blocks gamers after 5 hardware changes (3)
Posted at 26 March 2015 17:43 CEST

Electronic Arts makes it impossible to play the PC version of the game Battlefield:Hardline for 24 hours when an user installs the game on more than 5 different PCs and also if more than 5 hardware components are replaced.

Toshiba’s new BiCS 3D NAND should make SSDs cheaper and more reliable (0)
Posted at 26 March 2015 11:58 CEST

Toshiba and Sandisk today announced that they’ve developed 48 layer stacked 3D NAND flash memory that should make SSDs cheaper and more reliable.

OCZ announces Vector 180 SSDs with Barefoot 3 controller and Toshiba MLC NAND (0)
Posted at 25 March 2015 22:20 CEST

OCZ today announced the Vector 180 SSDs series, equipped with a Barefoot 3 controller.

AV-Test: Many false positives reported by antivirus software for Windows 8.1 (1)
Posted at 25 March 2015 19:20 CEST

Virus Scanners for Windows 8.1 score high on detection of malware but also report many false positives, according to a test of German antivirus testers AV-Test.

Only Spartan browser to get bleeding edge features, IE engine won’t change (1)
Posted at 25 March 2015 17:42 CEST

Microsoft’s upcoming browser ‘Spartan’ and Internet Explorer in Windows 10 will use different engines.

Development of online LibreOffice version started – to compete with Google Docs and Office 365 (4)
Posted at 25 March 2015 17:09 CEST

The companies Collaborate and IceWarp have started development of a version of LibreOffice that runs in the browser and should compete with Google Docs and Microsoft Office 365.

New TomTom app allows you to navigate 75km for free (15)
Posted at 25 March 2015 16:56 CEST

Navigation software developer TomTom has released an Android app that allows users to navigate 75km a month for free.

Google working on Pony Express, service to pay bills from Gmail Inbox (0)
Posted at 25 March 2015 11:43 CEST

Google is currently working on a service called Pony Express that should make it possible to pay bills through Gmail.

Adobe joins Microsoft in development of Spartan browser (3)
Posted at 24 March 2015 17:04 CEST

Microsoft doesn’t have to develop the successor of Internet Explorer, Project Spartan, all by itself. The developer of the Windows operating system reports on its website it has started to cooperate with another software giant, Adobe.

Serious Android vulnerability affects more than 50% of all devices (2)
Posted at 24 March 2015 16:41 CEST

A leak in Android 4.2 and older versions of the mobile operating system allows apps to install malware unnoticed , according to security company Palo Alto Networks.

Company develops magnetic headphone jack (2)
Posted at 24 March 2015 16:27 CEST

A startup wants to make it easier to plug in audio jacks by using a magnetic connector. The method works with two accessories, a MagJack for the audio-in and a MagKap for the mini-jack.

First Dutch homes heated by computer servers (5)
Posted at 24 March 2015 13:46 CEST

The Dutch start-up Nerdalize and electricity provider Eneco have started a pilot to heat homes with computer servers called eRadiators. When the eRadiators are calculating, they generate free heat for homes.

Google shows personalized TV advertisements (1)
Posted at 23 March 2015 19:47 CEST

Although Google makes most of its revenues from advertisements on its own website and on millions of other websites, the company now also wants to add TV advertisements as a potential revenue stream.

Warning: BIOS malware able to infect up to 80% of all computers (0)
Posted at 23 March 2015 17:23 CEST

Vulnerabilities discovered in the BIOS make that pretty much all computers are currently vulnerable to malware that can monitor anything that happens on the infected system.

Users looking to enable Whatsapp VOIP calling feature should be aware of scams (0)
Posted at 22 March 2015 14:03 CEST

Users looking to enable the Whatsapp VOIP calling feature should be aware of scams.

Windows 10 UEFI Secure Boot requirement to make it harder to install Linux on same device (5)
Posted at 22 March 2015 13:42 CEST

Microsoft will allow companies that manufacturer Windows 10 devices to force UEFI Secure Boot. This can prevent users from easily installing other operating systems on the same device.

DVDFab legal battle continues with amended preliminary injunction – also targets TDMore (26)
Posted at 20 March 2015 17:42 CEST

The legal case against DVDFab by the AACS-LA has gone a step further, the judge has ruled that the preliminary injunction order shall remain in effect.

Developer creates “God Mode” for Netflix – easier to find content (0)
Posted at 20 March 2015 17:04 CEST

If you have a hard time finding and deciding what to watch on Netflix, then a small script called God Mode might make it simpler for you.

Synology announces Annapurna SoC powered NAS systems at Cebit (0)
Posted at 20 March 2015 16:35 CEST

At Cebit, Synology has showcased three new NAS devices powered by a System on a Chip (SoC) of the company Annapurna.

“LG to manufacturer next Google Nexus smartphone” (2)
Posted at 20 March 2015 16:21 CEST

Google is in talks with LG to let the Korean electronics giant manufacturer the next Nexus smartphone, according to the South Korean website eToday.

SSD-Z 15.02.15 beta released – free tool to display SSD information and benchmark them (0)
Posted at 19 March 2015 16:12 CEST

The Danish developer Anders Jakobsen has developed SSD-Z, a free tool that provides information about the SSD(s) in a system.

Illegal Windows installation remains illegal after Windows 10 update (13)
Posted at 19 March 2015 14:37 CEST

Microsoft has revealed more details on its plan to also offer Windows 10 as an update to users with an illegal version of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1. settings

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