Technology

Happy 20th Anniversary to the Worst Mouse Ever

Steve Jobs had a certain reputation for product design. Whether it’s a good reputation or not depends on how you view Apple and its products, but there’s no denying that the man had a knack for designs that didn’t look much like what the rest of the PC or electronics …

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Could the Intel Foreshadow Bug Break 4K Hardware DRM?

Update:  We’ve heard from Intel on this issue. A company spokesperson states:  “Mitigations that address this [the L1 Terminal Fault bug, aka Foreshadow] have already been made available – which also address the attestation scenario. The best thing for people to do is simply to keep their systems up to date. …

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Google Rolls Out Google One Storage Plans to Everyone

Google announced a new subscription platform earlier this year called Google One. It’s centered around Google Drive storage, but it also has family sharing, priority support, and other perks. It’s been a slow rollout for Google One so far, but now the service is launching widely. If you’re looking for …

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Top 5 Features Still Missing From Chrome OS

Google’s Chrome OS gets a lot of things right, and the platform has evolved considerably over the years. Not only does it offer an always up-to-date version of the Chrome browser, but there are also Android apps, stylus input, and even Linux support on some devices. However, Chrome OS is …

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