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DVD-Ranger claims Slysoft has stolen Cinavia removal technology (40)
Posted at 17 April 2015 19:58 CEST

DVD-Ranger, the developers behind Cinavia removal software CinEx HD, have posted a blog insinuating Slysoft is using their Cinavia removal technology in the latest version of CloneBD and AnyDVD.

Apple appears to be using own NVMe controller chip in new Macbook (0)
Posted at 17 April 2015 17:17 CEST

Apple’s new MacBook appears to contain a PCI-e SSD that supports NVM express. Apple has also used a custom controller to control the Toshiba MLC NAND memory on the small sized SSD.

Users complain about bricked Lumnia phones when going back from Windows 10 to Windows Phone 8.1 (1)
Posted at 17 April 2015 17:00 CEST

Users of the Lumnia 520 and 525 report that they smartphone is bricked after they return to Windows Phone 8.1 from Windows 10 Technical Preview.

“Apple to use OLED displays on upcoming iPads” (0)
Posted at 16 April 2015 17:14 CEST

Apple plans to release iPads with OLED displays, according to the South Korean website ETNews. The iPads with OLED displays should become available in 2017.

Facebook down and Instagram too – suffer from worldwide outage (updated) (0)
Posted at 16 April 2015 16:50 CEST

Facebook is suffering from an outage, the website has been down for more than an hour already for users worldwide. Some users report they can’t login anymore. Also Instagram appears to be unreachable.

Samsung 840 EVO SSD performance issues resolved with new firmware update (7)
Posted at 15 April 2015 19:14 CEST

Samsung will release a new firmware later this month that should solve the persisting performance issues of the 840 EVO SSDs.

Samsung ‘s new affordable SM951-NVMe SSD is 4x faster than your current SSD (0)
Posted at 15 April 2015 15:41 CEST

Samsung announced today that it has started mass production their NVMe PCIe solid state drive (SSD) that comes in a M.2 form factor, the SM951-NVMe.

Europe proposes one week of free roaming – 5 minutes per call (4)
Posted at 15 April 2015 13:28 CEST

President of the EU, Latvia, has drafted an amendment to put an end to the deadlock between Member States and the European Parliament on the abolition of roaming charges.

Mozilla wants to drop HTTP support in Firefox, eventually (3)
Posted at 14 April 2015 18:33 CEST

A Mozilla security engineer, Richard Barnes, has proposed to slowly phase out support for unencrypted HTTP traffic.

WhatsApp releases new Material Design based Android app – here’s how to get it (0)
Posted at 14 April 2015 17:06 CEST

WhatsApp has released an update to its Android app with a new design.

“Microsoft to announce Surface Pro 4 this month” (0)
Posted at 13 April 2015 19:24 CEST

Microsoft will announce the Surface Pro 4 during the BUILD conference held at the end of this month, according to sources of the Taiwanese website Digitimes.

Sharp announces 4K smartphone display for 5.5″ smartphones (7)
Posted at 13 April 2015 18:31 CEST

Sharp has announced a 4K display for smartphones. The screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels has a diagonal of slightly less than 5.5″.

BitTorrent removes BitCoin miner from uTorrent installer (1)
Posted at 13 April 2015 18:22 CEST

BitTorrent has decided to release a new version of uTorrent to make clear to users of the torrent client that the controversial Bitcoin miner has been removed from the installer.

Unpatched iPhone and iPads can be remotely rebooted due vulnerability (1)
Posted at 12 April 2015 16:17 CEST

Apple’s operating systems OS X and iOS were vulnerable to an attack that allowed to restart the devices by attacking them with a single malicious IP packet.

Many users complain Lollipop update bricked their Nexus 7 tablet (0)
Posted at 12 April 2015 12:24 CEST

Several Nexus 7 owners complain about issues after updating their tablet to Android Lollipop, some report the update even bricks their tablet.

First prices of Intel’s first Core i7 4K-ready NUC NUC5i7RYH appear online (4)
Posted at 10 April 2015 19:40 CEST

The price and release date of Intel’s first Core i7 Next Unit of Computing (NUC) have appeared online. The estimated price, based on the average of both a Scandinavian webhop and an Amazon reseller, is around $570.

Windows 10 Update build 10041 to 10049 stuck for many (2)
Posted at 10 April 2015 16:03 CEST

The update from Windows 10 build 10041 to the latest version, build 10049, appears to be an annoyance for many users.

Older Apple OS X versions remain vulnerable to critical backdoor bug (2)
Posted at 10 April 2015 11:30 CEST

Older versions of Apple’s OS X contain a bug that allows every user to get root access to the system. Apple has stated it won’t fix the issue for users running older versions of OS X.

HDMI Forum releases 2.0a specification that adds HDR support (0)
Posted at 09 April 2015 17:25 CEST

The HDMI Forum has announced the HDMI 2.0a specification has been updated to enable transmission of High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats.

Slysoft removes Cinavia signal from Blu-ray movies with AnyDVD HD and CloneBD combination (49)
Posted at 09 April 2015 14:41 CEST

Slysoft is currently testing a combination of AnyDVD HD and CloneBD that removes the Cinavia Blu-ray audio watermark copy protection from the audio track of Blu-ray movies.

Youtube working on ad-free paid subcription service (1)
Posted at 09 April 2015 10:25 CEST

Youtube is working on offering monthly subscriptions that allow the site to be viewed without advertisements. The video platform has mailed the news to Youtube creators.

How to uninstall KB3035583 – The Windows 10 Downloader for Windows 7 and 8.1 (1)
Posted at 08 April 2015 17:31 CEST

Users that want to remove the “Windows 10 downloader” update from their Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 installation can take several steps to get rid of the update.

Microsoft suffers from sustained mail issues – Windows Live Mail and Windows Phone 8.1 users affected (4)
Posted at 08 April 2015 16:17 CEST

Users of Microsoft’s mail client like Windows Live mail suffer from issues with synchronising and sending mail since last Tuesday night. Solving the issues takes longer than the software giant expected.

Australian ISP pulls VPN service (10)
Posted at 08 April 2015 15:35 CEST

Customers of the Australian ISP “Unlimited Internet” VPN service have just been dealt a significant blow.

Most Millennials not concerned about online privacy (6)
Posted at 07 April 2015 14:31 CEST

Millennials, people born between 1980 and 2001, are unconcerned about their online privacy, according to American researchers. settings

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