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June 2016

Microsoft Sued For $10,000 Over Forced Windows 10 Update

Teri Goldstein, a small business owner from California, has sued Microsoft for $10,000 for forcefully installing Windows 10 on her computer.

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Samsung New Patent Shows New Multi-Camera Iris Recognition System

A new patent from Samsung reveals the company’s plan to use multi-camera iris recognition system for its Iris Scanner.

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A Flaw In Google Chrome Makes Easier To Download Netflix Videos

A recently discovered security flaw in Google Chrome DRM allows users to capture any streaming video as it is passed to the browser.

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AT&T Lumia 1520 Finally Gets Windows 10 Mobile

AT&T users with Lumia 1520 Windows Phone are finally getting the much updated Windows 10 Mobile. AT&T has also updated the support page on its website. The support page also confirms that the update was released by Microsoft and AT&T on June 23, 2016.
While the update is released on…

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Samsung Files 2 New Patents For Fingerprint Scanner

Samsung has filed two patents that shows new approaches to improve the fingerprint scanner on its smartphones.

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Huawei CEO: Will Make Android Smartphones As Long As OS Is Open

On micro blogging website Weibo, Huawei CEO said that his company will continue manufacturing Android smartphones, as long as Google keeps the OS open source.
There are rumors about Huawei is developing its own mobile OS as an alternative to Android. This led to emerging of reports that Huawei…

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Google May Soon Release Its First Non-Nexus Smartphone

Google may soon release a non-Nexus smartphone with tighter controls over “design, manufacturing and software” before the end of the year.

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Microsoft Will Stop Production Of Surface 3 In December 2016

According to a recent report, Microsoft may soon stop the production of Surface 3 tablet and Band 2 wearable by the end of this year.

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Using Windows OS And Apps In The Cloud

With cloud’s popularity soaring, many popular desktop apps are available on the cloud. Here are five ways for Windows users to use the cloud.

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