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Samsung to stop blocking Windows Updates "within a few days"

After being caught out silently disabling Windows Update on selected systems, Samsung has committed to ending the practice "within a few days."

AMD Radeon Chips Comparison Table (desktop)

A table comparing the basic technical specs of all AMD ATI Radeon graphics chips available on the market, from the Radeon 9200 to the Radeon R9 FuryX. Updated to include the Radeon R7 and R9 300 series.

Who wants a classic ThinkPad with new whizzy hardware? Lenovo wants to know

First shove the chiclet keyboard where the sun doesn't shine After Lenovo bought IBM's ThinkPad business, the Chinese giant has slowly but surely changed the iconic laptop design to look a bit more modern – but now that may be about to change.…

Samsung: We'll stop knackering Windows Update on your laptops

And we'll do that with an update for our software updater Samsung says it will release a patch for its computers so that they no longer kill off automatic Windows updates.…

FCC Done With ISPs Making Excuses For Not Upgrading Their Networks

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler gave a speech today to explain the FCC's position on the growth of broadband networks, showing a much more aggressive stance when it comes to upholding broadband regulations.

Being Batman: Hands On With 'Batman: Arkham Knight'

"Batman: Arkham Knight" has had some launch issues, and despite being pulled from stores, we spent some time with the final installment of the "Batman: Arkham" franchise.

EA Opens 'Star Wars: Battlefront' Closed Alpha Signups To Select Few

"Star Wars: Battlefront" is arguably one of the most anticipated titles of the year. So far we've only been shown PS4 footage, but PC fans were just given reason to gloat.

Hobbyist drones force tankers to abandon wildfire-fighting efforts

Interest in drones has exploded in recent years as kits have become cheaper, but there are real risks to allowing the aircraft to fly. Firefighting efforts in drought-struck California were disrupted this week by drone pilots who wanted to view the flames.

BlackBerry's BBM 'Private Chat' Protects Against Unwanted Screenshots

Blackberry launched a new version of BBM that includes new features, a redesign on Android, and a Private Chat feature that can strip the names and pictures from a conversation to protect the users' privacy.

Apple's iPhone 7 to have depth-sensing camera, supply chain spies claim

It's all about focus Reports coming out of Taiwan claim that the iPhone 7 will have dual rear-facing cameras. It's a move which would see Apple join the ranks of Dell, HTC, Huawei, and Samsung in adding depth sensing technology to its mobes.…

Lenovo wants your help to decide if it should make this sweet retro ThinkPad

Lenovo is kicking it old school (maybe). The company is gauging consumer interest in a retro- ThinkPad design with updated hardware and classic styling

10 hot technologies out of Ford’s Silicon Valley skunkworks

Ford opens a research center in Stanford's and Apple's back yard. A 3D printing joint venture builds parts in minutes not hours. Smart Mobility projects test car-sharing, ride-sharing, smartphone apps, even bicycles.

'Lucky's Tale' Proves Third-Person Gameplay Works In VR

Third-person gameplay might seem strange for a VR title, but after playing "Lucky's Tale" at E3, I found that it actually works just as well as a first-person perspective.

ZTE Pushes Into U.S. Smartphone Market With Budget ‘Maven’ And ‘Sonata 2’

ZTE launched two new budget smartphones in the U.S. today: the ZTE Maven for AT&T and the ZTE Sonata 2 for Cricket Wireless.

'Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain' Shows One Final Demo At E3

"Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain" is less than three months away from release, and at E3 we saw another gameplay demo showing Big Boss in action.

Microsoft and the iPod

Microsoft had an early opportunity to stop the advance of Apple -- how did the company end up turning down the wrong path?

'Anno 2205': Building On Earth And On The Moon

We're back to the future with "Anno 2205," and this time we're going to build cities on the moon.

CyanogenMod 11.0, 12.0 Are Now Final

The final versions of CyanogenMod 11.0 and CyanogenMod 12.0 are now out, as Cyanogen prepares to start working on Android M.

GM's cheaper-than-Tesla 'leccy car tested at batt-powered data centre

Drove my Chevy to the levy data centre because its storage capacity was high General Motors is already testing its new Chevy electric prototype at its Milford Proving Ground – where its data centre is powered by its own vehicles' recycled batteries – and seems to be well ahead of Tesla in rolling out its distance-driving electric vehicle.…

Did Steam’s new refund policy force WB to pull Arkham Knight?

Steam's new refund system has only been in effect for a few weeks but it may have already sent a shockwave through game distribution. WB Interactive's decision to pull the PC version of Arkham Knight is nearly unprecedented for a AAA title, and refund-seeking gamers may have driven the trend.

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