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Do you trust your hard drive indication light?

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Researchers in the past have exfiltrated information through air gaps by blinking all sorts of lights from LEDs in keyboards to the main display itself. However, all of these methods all have one problem in common: they are extremely noticeable. Show More Summary

Windows 10 Pro is now being used by a majority of businesses

While everyone and their grandmother seemingly rode the Windows 10 Wave when Microsoft released it two years ago (and those who didn’t “encouraged” to by persistent upgrade notifications and forced upgrades), Enterprises are typically the last to ride the update wave — often rolling out the latest version months or years even after it ha  shipped. In […]

Xbox Insider beta ring members getting their Beam streaming update

After a period exclusive to the Alpha ring, beta members of the Xbox Insider Program will be seeing an update very soon that brings native Beam streaming to their consoles. ...

Samsung at MWC 2017: Liveblog at 1.00 p.m. ET Feb. 26!

Normally we wouldn't care about Samsung's MWC press conference. This year it's different. The previous few outings in Barcelona for the Korean giant have heralded the arrival of the latest Galaxy S smartphone. So we wouldn't be very interested. But, this year it's a little different, mainly because it isn't a phone event by the looks of it. ...

BlackBerry KEYone and its physical QWERTY keyboard launching in April

BlackBerry’s newest Android smartphone is official. The BlackBerry KEYone runs Android 7.1 Nougat on a 4.5-inch 1620×1080 display with a 3:2 aspect ratio. Of course, one of its highlight features is its physical keyboard, which sits directly below the screen. In addition to entering text, the KEYone’s physical [...]

Study: Smoke Alarm Pitch Too High For Kids

Researchers believe smoke alarms may sound at too high a frequency to wake up children. They are testing a combination of a lower frequency and a female voice. The project is led by Dave Coss, a fire investigator whose local area covers a house where six children died in a fire despite an alarm sounding. Show More Summary

Hands On: BlackBerry 'Mercury' Becomes KeyOne

The new keyboarded phone with the BlackBerry name launches in April for $549.

Powder, gel, or tabs: Which detergent cleans best?

Think twice before kicking powder to the curb.        

Review: CalDigit Thunderbolt 3 TS3 Lite dock for MacBook Pro

A bevy of Thunderbolt 3 docks for the 2016 MacBook Pro have arrived, and AppleInsider takes a look at the first one to cross our test bench -- the CalDigit TS3 Lite.

How blockchains could save us from another Flint-like contamination crisis

11 hours agoTechnology : Venture Beat

GUEST: After the city of Flint, Michigan, temporarily switched water sources in 2014, residents began to develop unusual medical conditions. The city later learned the water was contaminated with high levels of lead and other toxins. Flint has a population of over 100,000. At first, state and city officials, including the Michigan Department of Health and […]

Same-sex marriage linked to decline in teen suicides

States that legalized gay marriage early created a natural experiment.

BlackBerry KeyOne specs vs. HTC U Ultra, Google Pixel, iPhone 7 - CNET

12 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

Just how well does BlackBerry's keyboard-toting "comeback" phone stand up against the other guys?

2017 Flagship Smartphones: Freshest Samsung Galaxy S8, Huawei P10 & LG G6 Leaks

Some of the 2017 flagship smartphones soon to hit the shelves are the Samsung Galaxy S8, Huawei P10, and LG G6. And as the anticipated release for these new flag bearers gets closer, more and more leaks about them continue to surface online. Undoubtedly one of the most talked about smartphones set for release this year is the Samsung Galaxy S8. Show More Summary

BlackBerry's mission impossible: Making the brand matter again - CNET

12 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

Chinese company TCL will have to work through years of failure if it wants to spit-shine the BlackBerry name.

Android Pay now supports Wells Fargo cards on Android Wear 2.0

The Android Pay feature included in Android Wear 2.0 has been updated to include support for using cards from Wells Fargo.

Samsung Chromebook Plus, Idol 4S, MWC rumors, modern Easy Bake oven (MobileTechRoundup show #391)

Kevin purchased a few things since the last podcast, including a $1,500 internet connected oven. Listen to the show for all the details and our speculation on MWC tech.

Twitter sees growth in Brazil

The platform reported a spike in local user numbers and ad revenue driven by the Olympics and increasing smartphone use.

Google Responds to Users Being Unexpectedly Signed Out of Their Accounts by @MattGSouthern

Google has issued a public response to assure users their accounts have not been compromised. The post Google Responds to Users Being Unexpectedly Signed Out of Their Accounts by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journa...

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