Oct 7, 2022
Google Chrome ad blockers work after you postpone API changes

Google Chrome extensions are expected to receive another year of support for enterprise applications following the company’s decision to postpone their removal from the Chrome Web Store until January 2024.

The announcement (opens in a new tab) The Google Chrome Developers blog offers an execution halt for the extensive changes to the Chromium engine that Privacy supporters say it will be unremarkable Web browser extensions designed to block ads.

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Oct 6, 2022
Many companies still only use passwords to stay secure

Security experts once again emphasized that it is almost 2023 and we still stick to the password (opens in a new tab) as our number one cybersecurity business.

Despite the constant stream of headlines about companies suffering huge losses due to bad cyber hygiene practices, most employees still treat their sensitive data recklessly, share it with others, or simply store it for everyone to see.

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Oct 5, 2022
Android apps are getting a major text-to-speech update

Google is updating its speech services with the Google Speech Engine to provide “clearer, more natural voices” for Android users using text-to-speech services.

All 421 voices in 67 languages ​​have apparently been updated with the new voice and synthesizer model, “built using fresher speaker data”.

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Oct 4, 2022
Why is NetSuite not worried about prosecuting Salesforce or any other competitor?

Oracle NetSuite doesn’t care about chasing pack leaders in submarkets like CRMdespite its stake in these areas, said the company’s chief strategy officer.

In an interview with TechRadar Pro in SuiteWorld 2022Jason Cowan answered questions about the company’s ability to compete with Salesforce in the CRM market, as well as with single-product suppliers in other segments covered by his platform.

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Oct 3, 2022
64-core Ryzen 7000 Threadripper monster caught in the wild

Only a few days have passed since then AMD introduced its Ryzen 7000 processors with up to 16 Zen 4 cores and there are already rumors of another big processor announcement.

What seems to be a continuation of the world’s fastest x86 processor – Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5995WX – appeared in a popular science computing project, einstein @ home (opens in a new tab)as reported by the prolific CPU chaser Leaks? (opens in a new tab) (via Tom’s hardware (opens in a new tab)).

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Oct 2, 2022
In a year’s delay, this stomach-pungent FPS horror movie will be released early

After months of serious delays in gaming, one of the upcoming FPS horrors defies the trend by releasing a full week earlier than expected.

After the blatant gameplay unveiled two years ago and another reveal at the Summer Game Fest, the crazy shooter Scorn will be released on Friday, October 14th. You’ll be able to jump into his twisted world of biomechanical abominations seven days earlier than previously thought.

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Oct 1, 2022
Samsung confirms it will be selling newer refurbished phones – great news

If you’re interested in buying a Samsung phone but want to save some money, you’ve probably thought about buying a refurbished cell phone – buying refurbished technology has become an extremely popular way to save money on gadgets.

Samsung’s upgrade program, called Re-Newed, doesn’t actually sell the company’s latest gadgets, though. In the UK, only the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series are sold, while in the US the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Note 10 join. But if you want the latest Galaxy S22 or other devices like the Galaxy A53 or tablets, you’re out of luck.

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Sep 30, 2022
Two of the best exclusive PS5 games, but confirmed on PC thanks to leaks

Sackboy: A Big Adventure is definitely headed for PC, and another leak suggests Returnal will also be released on the platform.

Sackboy: A Big Adventure appeared to be headed for PC after an anonymous roster had revealed the game a few weeks ago. And it’s official now, and PlayStation Latin America is uploading a – currently unpublished – trailer for the title.

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Sep 28, 2022
Apple AirPods vs AirPods Pro (2019): Which Wireless Earbuds Are Better?

Are you having trouble choosing between Apple AirPods and AirPods Pro (2019)? We understand why you are attracted to these two pairs of best Apple headphones, but there are some differences you need to be aware of.

Genuine Apple AirPods are instantly recognizable and very popular. Still, the AirPods Pro (2019) are the culmination of years of work on true wireless technology, meaning they’re a higher version of Apple’s headphones – and at a higher price to match.

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Sep 27, 2022
AirPods Pro 2 vs Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II: whose silence is golden?

Apple isn’t the only audio giant promising to deliver the best noise canceling earbuds: Just a few hours after the AirPods Pro 2 launched, Bose unveiled the QuietComfort Earbuds II headphones. It’s a really big deal, as previous QuietComforts were at the top of our guide to the best noise reduction buds, taking the bar so high that not even Sony’s gorgeous WF-1000XM4 could reach it. So how do you compare these two sets of ANC flagship earbuds? Let’s find out.

AirPods Pro 2 vs. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II headphones: price and release date

Bose has reduced a lot of weight from the design here, and that’s great news. (Photo credit: Simon Lucas / Future)

The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds II headphones are available September 29 with pre-orders starting September 8. Their price is $ 299 / £ 279 / $ 429. They will be available initially in a “triple black” finish, then in an alternative color “soapstone”.

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