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Daily News – 9th of September 2016

What’s new Air passengers warned not to use Galaxy Note 7 An exploding phone is by no means a good thing, but if it has to explode, it’s hard to think of a worse place for it to do so than on a plane. Well, not that hard, but it’s definitely a bad one. In…

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Daily News – 8th of September 2016

What’s new Intel Corp is spinning out its cyber security division, formerly known as McAfee Intel announced today that it has plans to spin off its security unit into a new company that will be owned in-part by private equity firm TPG. Intel will retain a 49 percent ownership stake of the entity with TPG…

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Daily News – 7th of September 2016

What’s new Microsoft is working on a messaging app with killer features to rival Slack Microsoft is building Skype Teams, a group messaging service that’s similar to Slack, according to a report from Microsoft news blog MSPoweruser. Skype Teams takes a lot of the features that makes Slack so popular, including the ability to add…

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Daily News – 6th of September 2016

What’s new IoT LoRaWAN network goes live in Sydney Australia’s first live Internet of Things (IoT) network has been launched in Sydney, with the network based on the low-power, long-range (LoRaWAN) open standard. The network operates on the 915MHz industrial and scientific-allocated spectrum band, which is currently used for consumer devices operating under Low Interference…

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Top news this week, 29th of August-2nd of September 2016

Important announcements Opera resets passwords after sync server was hacked The company is warning users that it detected a hack in its sync system that may have given intruders access to login details. While your passwords are likely safe (all synced passwords are encrypted, for example), Opera isn’t risking anything. It’s resetting all sync account…

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Daily News – 2nd of September 2016

What’s new Samsung is considering a Galaxy Note 7 recall following reports of exploding batteries First, there were complaints that several Galaxy Note 7 units had exploded while charging. Then Samsung suspended shipments in Korea while it investigated the issue, and now a new report claims the company could be forced to announce a full-blown recall.…

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Daily News – 1st of September 2016

What’s new What to expect at the biggest tech expo in Europe The annual IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin, which translates to “International Radio Exhibition”) conference in Berlin, Germany, is one of the oldest consumer electronics exhibitions in the world. The IFA 2016 is set to kick off on Sept. 2 and with a few days…

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Daily News – 31th of August 2016

What’s new Amazon launches Dash instant-order Internet of Things buttons in the UK The ideea of a Dash button is simple: a physical touch button dedicated to ordering a specific item with just one press. The dinky buttons can be stuck onto a variety of surfaces or hung up to make them conveniently accessible. One…

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Daily News – 30th of August 2016

What’s new Apple sued over unresponsive iPhone6 touchscreens Owners of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Apple for failing to address the so-called “touch disease” that’s rendering some of the smartphones useless. The design flaw, which causes the screen on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6…

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