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Motorola Razr 5G India Launch Teased, Company Also Likely to

Motorola Razr 5G India launch has been teased by the company on Twitter. In a tweet, Motorola has shared a short video clip that suggests that the company will bring the anticipated foldable device to India during the festive season. The Motorola Razr 5G has already been launched in the US. Apart from hinting at […]

Samsung’s latest rugged tablet is designed to stand the test

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Active 3 is a new rugged tablet designed for tough environments, the company announced today. Alongside more typical features like an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance, the tablet can survive drops of up to 1.5 meters. It’s also backed by Samsung’s promise to support “up to three generations of Android […]

Uber Gets Back London License After Winning Court Challenge

Uber can keep operating in London after the ride-hailing company won a court appeal on Monday against the refusal by transit regulators to renew its license. The US company had challenged Transport for London’s (TFL) decision in late 2019 not to renew its private hire vehicle (PHV) operating license over safety concerns involving imposter drivers. […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 With Enhanced Durability Launched: Specifications

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 is official and it is designed to be more durable and useful for field-based working staff. The tablet has a compact design and includes features like Touch Sensitivity and a ‘No Battery Mode.’ The Galaxy Tab Active 3 will be rolling out in select markets. As per Samsung, the Tab […]

Microsoft Ignite and Dominating the Future of Tech the Right

I’ve been following Microsoft since before it was called Microsoft. This is because back in the 1970s I was approached to go to work for the company but had already taken another job and never took the interview. For most of my life, I’d viewed Microsoft as my road not traveled, and then in 1995, […]

The Election Threats That Keep US Intelligence Up at Night

With the specter of 2016 Russian meddling still looming, and a global pandemic ravaging the United States, the 2020 election season has been particularly fraught. Now with less than six weeks to go until Election Day, US intelligence officials have gotten more vocal about the potential threats they’re watching most closely. Much of that remains […]

Get WIRED: Nextdoor’s CEO on Curtailing Racial Profiling

At the start of the pandemic, Nextdoor saw an 80 percent increase in users, as people flocked to the neighborhood app to get information, share local resources, and, probably exchange a fair amount of sourdough starter. And because of the way Nextdoor verifies its users and limits their experience to the neighborhoods around them, the […]

Uber wins appeal against London ban

Uber has won its appeal after losing its license to operate in London, Bloomberg reports. A judge ruled that the service is “fit and proper” and should be allowed to operate in the capital, although the exact duration of the company’s operating permit is yet to be announced. Uber had been allowed to continue operating […]

New Trailers: Resident Evil, Truth Seekers, The Queen’s Gambit and

No spoilers, but I started Enola Holmes and I absolutely love Millie Bobby Brown in it, she’s so charming. The looking-right-at-the-camera bit which I usually dislike (except for Fleabag!) actually works really well to give us her inner thoughts. Will report back once I’ve finished, but so far, it’s a refreshing reboot of the sometimes-stodgy […]

The TikTok download ban ‘would be devastating,’ attorneys argue in

Attorneys for TikTok argued Sunday morning during a dial-in hearing that a ban by the Trump administration would be “devastating,” and urged a judge to block it until the entire case can be decided. TikTok’s attorney said the ban that would prevent new downloads of TikTok from Apple and Google’s app stores at 11:59PM ET […]