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Month: May 2018

Linksys is now selling a cheaper version of its Velop mesh router

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A year after the launch of its Velop mesh router system, Linksys is back with a smaller, cheaper model, with one big catch: it’s slower, too. The new Velop units, first announced in January, are available to preorder today with sales starting May 15th and will be sold in one-, two-, and three-packs, for $129, […]

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AMD Releases Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.4.1: Windows 10 April 2018 Update Support

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Today, AMD released Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.4.1, bringing beta level support for the just-released Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803). A more minor update for this Microsoft OS occasion, 18.4.1 also includes several bugfixes, mostly dealing with games. For Radeon Pro Software, AMD has also pushed out beta level support for Windows 10 […]

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T-Mobile and Sprint: all the news about the merger

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After years of on-again, off-again discussions, T-Mobile and Sprint finally came to an agreement in April 2018 to merge into a single company. The ultimate product will be a much larger T-Mobile that rivals the size of its biggest two wireless competitors, Verizon and AT&T, and is led by existing T-Mobile CEO John Legere, while […]

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Windows 10 April Update Set For May Rollout

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Microsoft has officially made available the Windows 10 April Update today, with a broader rollout to start on May 8th. Originally set to launch a couple of weeks ago, some bugs held up the release, but they have made their April target, albeit only just. For those that want to check it out today, you […]

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UNICEF wants you to mine cryptocurrency for charity

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UNICEF has launched a page that lets you donate to its Australian branch without giving any money at all. All you need to do is give away part of your computing power to let it mine cryptocurrency. Over 2,600 people have already donated through what UNICEF calls The Hopepage. Users are able to set what […]

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Amazon Web Services starts blocking domain-fronting, following Google’s lead

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A week after Google shut down a method for app developers to skirt internet censorship, Amazon is doing the same. In a post last week, Amazon Web Services announced that it would implement a new set of enhanced domain protections specifically designed to stop domain-fronting, a practice that lets developers disguise their traffic to evade […]

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