Daily Archives: March 14, 2019

Google adds DuckDuckGo as search option

Google has expanded the list of default search engines in a recent update to the chromium engine, which powers its popular Chrome browser, to give users more choice when deciding how they wish to search. The search giant has expanded its search engine lists to include more privacy-focused search engines …

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LG UltraGear makes shopping for G-Sync compatible monitors easy

Shopping for a new computer monitor can be tough at times. Not only is it worth considering things like the size and resolution of the monitor, but you should also consider the tech it has under the hood — like whether or not it supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync. NVIDIA recently announced …

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Microsoft launches new government IT services

Microsoft is doing its part to help enhance IT modernization operations and communications for a wide range of government agencies with new updates to Microsoft 365 Government Cloud and other cloud-based services and platform capabilities. The tech giant announced the news as the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Department …

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Gujarat Police arrests 10 players for playing PUBG Mobile in public

In a country where gaming isn’t seen as a viable career option by most, ten college students were arrested by the Rajkot City Police, Gujarat. Their heinous crime? The students were “caught red-handed” playing PUBG Mobile in public. You read that right! The battle royale sensation was banned in Rajkot …

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Lady Gaga could appear in Cyberpunk 2077

Lady Gaga may be making an appearance in CD Projekt Red’s upcoming dystopian RPG Cyberpunk 2077.  According to french site ActuGaming, Lady Gaga and CD Projekt Red are collaborating for Cyberpunk 2077 and the artist has already visited the Polish studio to take part in motion-capture – suggesting she will …

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Facebook blames app outage on a technical error

Almost a day after users began struggling to log in and post to Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram, the company has given an explanation: a technical error. “Yesterday, we made a server configuration change that triggered a cascading series of issues,” a Facebook spokesperson told TechRadar via email.  “As a result, …

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Google killed over 2bn bad ads in 2018

As part of its ongoing efforts to improve the online advertising industry, Google removed 2.3bn bad ads in 2018 representing a 28 percent decrease from the previous year when it removed 3.2bn. The search giant has taken a proactive stance on blocking bad ad experiences before users are impacted by …

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