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The Latest Leak Seems To Confirm Samsung's Massive Galaxy S8 Plus - Gizmodo Australia
Brace yourselves. Brace yourselves for phones with massive screens. The full spec sheet for Samsung's Galaxy S8+ â or Galaxy S8 Plus, or however you want to type it â is now out in the wild. Thanks to who else but perennial gadget spec and photo ...
Is Samsung's Galaxy S8+ Going To Be Too Big?
New leak points to release dates for Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6
Galaxy S8+ Specs: Three Alarming Things Revealed In Biggest Leak Yet
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild doesn't hold your hand - The Verge
If you play the original Legend of Zelda today, you might be surprised how little guidance it provides. The 1986 classic has no drawn-out tutorials, no mini-map that shows you exactly where to go. You're plopped in a strange, mysterious world and ...
Zelda Breath of the Wild Is Dense, Challenging, And Full Of Wonder
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Change Your Passwords. Now. - Gizmodo
A massive memory leak from web services and security company Cloudflare may have exposed user data for thousands of sites using the service. In other words: it's time to change your passwords. Advertisement. There's lots left to discover about the ...
Cloudflare's 'Cloudbleed' Bug Exposes Sensitive Data: Who Is Affected?
Google Just Discovered A Massive Web Leak... And You Might Want To Change All Your Passwords
Cloudflare bug data leak exposed
MWC 2017: Nokia 3310, Nokia 8, Moto G5, LG G6, and Other Launches You Can Expect - NDTV
We are just days away from Mobile World Congress 2017, the biggest gathering of prominent smartphone brands that the year will see. Every year, MWC and days leading up to it sees some of the biggest announcements, and this year is going to be no ...
What to expect from Mobile World Congress, Europe's massive tech con
Omg, that is, like, sooo 2007... Retromania set to grip this year's MWC
What to expect from smartphone giants at MWC 2017
Nintendo Switch preview: Great console will fall flat without promise of better games for fans - dailytelegraph.com.au
IN JUST one week, Nintendo's new highly anticipated portable console will become available to Australian gamers. Unlike more traditional consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch is more like a 3DS or even an iPad or tablet.
Nintendo Switch: everything you need to know about the console
The Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is the best way to play Zelda: Breath of the Wild
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Malware-ridden Android app is behind a botnet targeting UK banks - The INQUIRER
SECURITY DOOM-MONGER ESET has let off a warning about a threat that it once warned about and has now come to its dreadful fruition. ESET says that some Android banking malware that it recently found on Google Play is back in the wild and is back ...
Google Search for Android Now Shows Your Google Drive Documents
RCS, Google's answer to iMessage, expands to 27 more carriers and OEMs
Android Messages will be the new default texting app Google wants you to use
Internet baffled by photo of gym-goer's backwards feet - NEWS.com.au
LADIES and gentlemen, kindly take a moment out of your busy workday to engage in intense debate with us over a stranger's feet. This photo of a girl sitting on a gym bench has gone viral after social media users noticed the bizarre positioning of her feet.
LG X Power2 Smartphone with 4500mAh Battery Announced Ahead of MWC - Technology Personalized
LG has announced X Power2, a mid-range smartphone that packs in a 4,500mAh battery pack. The X Power2 is expected to be available by March and LG is yet to announce the price. by: Mahit Huilgol. Updated on February 24th, 2017. News. LG has ...
LG's new 'X power2' mid-range smartphone is designed to last all weekend on a charge
LG Announces X Power 2 Smartphone With 5.5-Inch Screen, 4500 mAh Battery, Android 7.0 Nougat
LG X Power2: MWC-bound smartphone packs a huge 4500mAh battery
What Google's lawsuit against Uber means for the future of self-driving cars - Computerworld
Google is suing Uber over some stolen documentation and schematics. The lawsuit alleges that Uber stole plans for the LIDAR sensors used in Google's self-driving cars that scan for obstructions and allow the car to steer and brake automatically. Google ...
Driverless cars: Google's Waymo accuses Uber of stealing self-driving "secret recipe"
Google's Star Engineer Is Now Its Enemy Number One
Google accuses Uber of self-driving theft