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Ahead of the curve, Nvidia acts quickly to add Vulkan support to its GPUs
Yesterday, Nvidia freshly released a WHQL-certified driver pack intended for GeForce graphics cards, bringing support for the Vulkan API nearly a month after the Khronos Group unleashed its OpenGL successor unto the world. Similar to Microsoft's ...
Latest Nvidia Driver Causing Problems for The Division PlayersGame Rant
Glitchy NVIDIA graphics driver cooks graphics cards (update: not that bad)Engadget
'The Division' PC Gamers Urged Not To Download The Latest Nvidia DriverTech Times
Shacknews -PC Gamer -PCWorld
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Android Distribution: Marshmallow At 2.3% & Lollipop At 36.1%
Android Headlines - Android News
Each month a number of reports from data crunching companies come through and look to explain the current landscape of Android. The latest of which came from comScore last week and detailed that Android now occupies 52.8-percent of the U.S. operating ...
Lollipop becomes the most popular version of AndroidEngadget
Latest data shows 36.1% of Android devices running Lollipop with just 2.3% sporting MarshmallowPhone Arena
Android 6.0 Marshmallow Now Installed On 2.3% Of Android DevicesUbergizmo
Droid Life (press release) (blog) -VentureBeat -Mobile Burn
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Controversial people-rating app Peeple goes live, has a plan to profit from users' negative reviews - TechCrunch
Controversial people-rating app Peeple goes live, has a plan to profit from users' negative reviews
Peeple, the controversial people-rating application that lets its users rate and review anyone, is not a hoax or vaporware, as many suspected following the media backlash surrounding the unveiling of the company's intentions last fall. The Washington ...
You Can Officially Start Tearing People Apart on PeepleInverse
Controversial Rating App Peeple Comes on iOSThe Utah People's Post
Peeple, The Notorious 'Yelp For People' App, Arrivesnews9.com KWTV
CNET -Tech Times -Chip Chick
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FCC unveils proposal for $9.25/month low-income broadband subsidy
WASHINGTON The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission circulated Tuesday a final proposal seeking approval for a $9.25 monthly subsidy for low-income Americans to get broadband Internet access. Since last year, the FCC has been ...
Feds Propose Discounted High Speed Internet Service for the PoorTIME
A Proposal to Bridge the Digital DivideNew York Times
FCC: Poor People Deserve Broadband TooFortune
ZDNet -International Business Times -Walla Walla Union-Bulletin
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Amazon posts VR job on Glassdoor
SAN FRANCISCO - Amazon is tossing its oversized hat in the virtual reality ring, joining content-producing rivals Hulu and Netflix in a quest to woo consumers with what promises to be the next great tech trend. In a posting on the job networking and ...
Amazon Video could deliver VR content to your headset in the futureMashable
Report: Amazon Forming VR Video TeamPC Magazine
Amazon Video building VR platform, according to job listingZDNet
Tubefilter -Fortune -PCWorld
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Hackers Nab Seagate Employee W-2s Via Phishing Scam
Hackers have been out in full force this tax season, and Seagate is the latest major tech company to fall victim to a targeted phishing scam. The Cupertino, Calif. data storage company revealed to security researcher Brian Krebs that online miscreants ...
Home News Technology News Fast Company sent employee data to hackers in the same kind of...Daily News
Fast Company sent employee data to hackers in the same kind of email scam that targeted Snapchat and SeagateBusiness Insider
Seagate released employee tax data in phishing attackEngadget
Fortune -CIO Dive -CSO Online
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You no longer have to be completely anonymous on Yik Yak
Yik Yak, the app known for its anonymous sharing on college campuses, is now taking a small step back from total anonymity. The app is introducing handles, which allows the app's users to share messages and post comments using individual usernames.
Yik Yak Introduces Screen Names To Curb Anonymous TrollingHuffington Post
Controversial app Yik Yak is becoming less anonymousBusiness Insider
Yik Yak asks users to create user names in a step away from anonymityThe Verge
PC Magazine -International Business Times -Engadget
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Shorts app wants everyone to see what's in your camera roll
Are you ready to share not just your best photo moments, but almost all the contents of your camera roll with friends, family and maybe a few strangers? This is the new vision from app developer Paul Davison, most known for his social "near me" app ...
Highlight's new Shorts app lets you meet people based on photos they've takenVentureBeat
This App Lets You Peek Into a Friend's Life Through a Phone's Camera RollFortune
Shorts is an insane social camera roll from the makers of HighlightThe Verge
WIRED -Digital Trends -Refinery29
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