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Pakistan Orders Three ISPs To Stop BlackBerry Enterprise Server Encrypted Communications

The Pakistani government asked the country's three main ISPs to stop all BlackBerry Enterprise Server communications by November 30, 2015.

Win 'Final Fantasy VII' From Tom's Hardware Community

Sequel Hype Train Month (Choo Choo!) is pulling into the station, with one more giveaway with a game getting a new sequel or remake.

ET deals: Certified pre-owned Kyocera Hydro Icon with free talk, text, and 500MB of data for $50

Is your current monthly phone bill too expensive? Take a look at this deal from FreedomPop. For just $49.99, you get a pre-owned Kyocera Hydro Icon Android smartphone, a travel charger, and access to voice calls, text messages, and data at no additional cost.

950M phones at risk for ‘Stagefright’ text exploit thanks to Android fragmentation

Joshua Drake of Zimperium zLabs says a simple text message hack could put 950 million Android phones at risk -- and there's no easy way to patch it.

Hawking, Musk, Woz sign another silly petition against Killer Robots

'The Kalashnikovs of tomorrow'! Yaarrgh! +Comment  Prominent tech-world figures including Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk and Steve Wozniak - and saucy actress minx Talulah Riley, pictured above - have signed a petition against killer robots, or "autonomous weapons", as they prefer to describe such technology.…

Let’s Try This Again: Leap Motion Hands-On Follow-Up

After a fresh install of Windows, I gave the Leap Motion another try with a bit more success. I’ve also had a chance to speak with the founders of the Leap about the company’s future.

Research From Duke University Moves Us One Step Closer To Optical Computing

Researchers at Duke University have developed a device that could pave the way for microchips to use photons rather than electrons to process and transmit data.

The Huawei P8 Lite Review

22 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Although many consumers are not familiar with Huawei, they are a company that I have seen selling smartphones for quite some time now. In the earliest days of the smaller Canadian carriers Huawei was one of the few companies that had...Show More Summary

Lime Technology's unRAID 6 Brings Containers and Virtualization to NAS Units

22 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Consumers looking for network-attached storage have plenty of options. Most businesses go for a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) unit, while enthusiasts and home users can go for either COTS or do-it-yourself (DIY) units. There are plenty...Show More Summary

Samsung emits mobe charging monitor. For your 'active lifestyle'

Qi is more than just a neat word for Scrabble Samsung's latest SE370 monitor will have a wireless charging pad built into its plinth. This aims to de-clutter office drones' desks, or at least provide more space for other forms of clutter.…

Intel 'Skylake' spec leak: Up to 41 percent graphics boost

Skylake, the follow-on to Broadwell, looks like it will be the most important processor update that Intel has released in a decade.

If Microsoft made laptops, it'd make this: HP Spectre x360

Neat-looking convertible - not spectacular but does the business Review  What happens when you lock a group of product engineers from a major PC manufacturer and a team software developers from a separate company together in a room? HP's Spectre x360 does. Show More Summary

Corsair RM750i Power Supply Review

Corsair is revamping its RM line, adding the letter "i" to highlight a more advanced digital interface — today we check out the RM750i.

Today's smart home devices are too dumb to succeed

You want me to do what? And remember it? On how many apps? Fuggedaboutit At the end of 2012, working hard on my own connected lighting startup, MooresCloud, I got very excited to find out that Philips planned to launch Hue, the company's own full-spectrum connected lights. I bought a ‘starter pack’ of three soon after release, and played with them for weeks.…

Sydney adopts 'world's first' e-ink parking signs

YOU SHALL NOT PARK, say wizardly auto-updating Kindle-tatic screens The Australian city of Sydney has adopted e-ink-equipped parking signs.…

Chrysler recall blunders could lump car maker with record $105m fine – report

Crazy hack-my-brakes software flaw faces separate probe Fiat Chrysler reportedly faces being slapped with a record fine from regulators after a litany of recalls.…

Acer XB280HK 28-inch G-Sync Ultra HD Gaming Monitor Review

Acer breaks new ground with its XB280HK. Offering an Ultra HD resolution and G-Sync in a reasonably-priced 28-inch package, this monitor is unique.

Game over for 15-year-long console ban, says China

Rules were relaxed in 2014, now it's open season for vendors Videogame giants will soon be able to manufacture and sell consoles in China, after Beijing said it was lifting a ban first instituted in 2000.…

Did these researchers just create an autistic computer program?

Artificial neural network are advancing at a lightning pace, and some scientists are asking: What might we learn if we make them wrong?

Happy 30th anniversary, Tengen! Your anti-DRM NES chip fought the law, and the law won

Atari offshoot tried to take down Nintendo cartridge racket In 1985, Atari offloaded its ailing console games business to Japanese games giant Namco. The deal was the first step toward a massive legal battle that changed the way console manufacturers produced, licensed, and distributed their games.…

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