Yesterday The Intercept posted a massive write up detailing an NSA project called TURBINE, which is said to involve the mass infection of millions of computers globally, as well the use of websites that impersonate legitimate services, such as Facebook. The NSA has fired back, denying the claims.
If you are the owner of a first generation Kindle Paperwhite digital reader; you may have been missing some of the features that owners of the second generation of that reader have been enjoying. Amazon has added in new features that will give the original Paperwhite some features that it has been missing. One of those features is Goodreads integration.
Early this morning, we reported that the Titanfall goodness would be more extensive than anticipated, with live-action content being promised under a collaboration between Respawn and Playfight. Fast-forward through the day, and the teaser trailer has been unlocked, giving a look at what is coming.
One of the most popular operating systems that Microsoft ever produced was Windows XP. Despite the OS being 13 years old, many business and consumers around the world still use the aged operating system. We also know that XP's end of support date is set for April 8, 2014.
Vine content runs the gamut from interesting snippets of everyday life -- a sort of extension on the memories created with a snapshot -- to elaborate animations or carefully planned short video-form stories. Amongst all the offerings lies an underbelly of raunchy content, however, something Vine is cracking down on.
The Xbox One March update that was detailed a few days ago has arrived for all Xbox One owners, and with it comes a variety of improvements, features, and fixes. Microsoft launched a video to show off all the improvements that come with the update, which we have for you after the jump.
We already know that an update for the Windows 8.1 operating system is coming. That update was tipped to land on April 8 not too long ago. April 8 is the same day that the end of support for Windows XP happens. Microsoft has now completed the development process for the update according to sources.
Shortly after the Xbox One launched, UK gamers reported issues with video quality, namely in the form of "juddering" when streaming television -- the unfortunate result of television frame-rate differences. Microsoft's console doesn't play well with the 50Hz refresh rate (it uses 60Hz), and as a result gamers have had to perform some digital acrobats to fix the problem. With an update arriving next month, the problem will be fixed.
Since its launch, some iPhone 5s users have experienced issues with the handset's Touch ID function, which results in gradual recognition failures over time, requiring reconfiguring the prints until the process starts back over. According to information that has cropped up, Apple will soon be addressing this problem with a software update.