Sony PlayStation Vue Online TV Service Launched Nationwide in the US

Sony said Monday its Internet-based television service aimed at luring consumers away from cable subscriptions was being expanded to the entire US market. The PlayStation Vue will offer streamlined “bundles” for as little as $30 a month without long-term contracts. The network launched in a handful of US cities a year ago, will have content […]

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Bangladesh Bank Says Hackers Tried to Steal $951 Million

Bangladesh’s central bank confirmed on Sunday that cybercriminals tried to withdraw $951 million from its US bank account, as the country’s finance minister said he first got to know of one of the biggest bank heists in history through the media. Unknown hackers breached the computer systems of Bangladesh Bank, and transferred $81 million (roughly […]

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Facebook’s AI Team Maps Earth to Beam Internet Access to All

Social networking giant Facebook is using its artificial intelligence (AI) technology and resources to map the entire Earth and launch the world’s most detailed population maps that will help it beam cheap Internet to remote areas. To begin with, the Facebook AI team crunched 14.6 billion images of maps from across 20 countries, including India, […]

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Microsoft Pulls Bitcoin Support From Windows Store

Microsoft no longer accepts payments in Bitcoins on the Microsoft Store, a limitation that stretches to the Windows Store. The company updated its support page to note that it has dropped support for the aforementioned virtual currency from its app store on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile platforms. The company’s decision to pull support […]

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Dell Launches New Range of Latitude Laptops in India

Dell on Wednesday took the wraps off its range of Windows 10 Pro-running Latitude laptops and 2-in-1 devices in India starting from Rs. 44,999. While the highlight of the launch event were the Dell Latitude 13 (7370) Ultrabook and the Latitude 12 (7270) detachable notebook, the company also showcased its revamped Latitude 3000 and Latitude […]

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Plug Your MacBook Charger Sideways With This Ingenious Plug

A US-based design studio is taking pre-orders for a neat side-facing plug that seems so obvious, Apple is probably wondering why it hadn’t thought of it first. Blockhead lets users fit their MacBook and iPad chargers to sit tight against the wall. Sculpted to fit the MacBook and iPad power adapter, users can slide their […]

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Xerox’s New Service Can Translate and Print Scanned Documents

Xerox has released its Easy Translator Service tool for users to print out a document they scan in any language they choose. To use this service, users should have one of the Xerox’s ConnectKey-enabled multifunctional printers (MFPs). Some of the supported MFPs include ColorQube series and WorkCentre series. The complete list can be seen on […]

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Kodak Moments App Seeks to Separate Precious Photo Memories

Kodak, a brand once synonymous with photographic memories, is creating an app meant for highlighting special moments such as birthdays. Kodak Alaris, the company behind the new Kodak Moments app, believes its app can separate precious memories from everyday snapshots of lunch and commutes on Facebook and Instagram. People annotate the shots they share with […]

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