"Right to be forgotten" now applies to all of Google's domains
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Geolocation fences will be deployed to avert unwanted local searchers

In 2014, the European Union’s highest court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), ruled that Internet search engines like Google must be required to erase all webpage links to an individual’s search results in which personally identifiable information is deemed “inadequate” or “irrelevant” to a larger context of search inquiry. At first, the court order was only applicable to Google’s European Union-based search sites (see: Google.co.uk, Google.fr and Google.de, etc).

iPhone 6S Plus outperforms Galaxy S7 Edge in app test
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But Snapdragon 820 is still faster than A9 overall

Earlier this week, a hands-on performance comparison between Apple’s crown jewel of 2015, the iPhone 6S Plus, and Samsung’s crown jewel of 2016, the Galaxy S7 Edge, was uploaded to YouTube where real-world performance was tested side-by-side to see how fast each phone runs a sequence of various apps.

Seagate to launch world's fastest NVMe SSDs this summer
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Open Compute Project (OCP) and NVMe compliant

In an effort to keep up with the ever-increasing high performance storage demands of datacenters and enterprise customers, Seagate has announced it will launch the world’s “fastest ever” solid state flash drive this summer with throughput performance of 10 gigabytes per second (GB/s), according to a new press release.

California’s High Speed Rail delayed by 3 years
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Silicon Valley to Central Valley line will cost $20.6 billion

California’s very costly 220mph high-speed rail (HSR), which was approved by voters in 2008, will not be accepting passengers until at least 2025, according to a new business plan released by the state’s high speed rail authority last month.

Apple’s “Night Shift” feature gets polished before iOS 9.3 release
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Launching March 21st at Apple Event

Over the past several months, Apple iOS engineers have been hard at work on a feature that is long, long overdue for the company’s mobile devices that enhances a user’s night viewing experience by automatically adjusting screen temperature based on geolocation and time-of-day information.

Apple "iPhone 7 Plus" may be officially named "iPhone Pro"
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iPhone lineup would become on par with three-model iPad lineup


According to a recent Chinese media report, Apple may be switching its naming scheme on the Plus-sized iPhone models for its tenth-generation iPhone 7 launch later this fall, to one that is more consistent with new product announcements in the third quarter of 2015.

Extensify brings custom app tweaks to non-jailbroken iPhones
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Requires iOS 8 and above

Over the past seven and a half years since the App Store launched in July 2008, Apple’s mobile application market has blossomed from a size of just 500 applications at launch to more than 1.5 million as of last month. Unfortunately, even with all of these apps readily available, the company has been reluctantly strict in allowing developers the ability to change application functionality with their own third-party enhancements. Until last summer, the process was mostly restricted to jailbroken iOS devices and there have been few app tweaks available for non-jailbroken devices, until now.

Passive Wi-Fi developed using 10,000 times less power
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Named in "top 10 breakthrough technologies of 2016" by MIT


Recently, a team of computer scientists from the University of Washington have developed an ultra-ultra-low power, extremely energy efficient version of the ubiquitous Wi-Fi transmission technologies that most of us have come to welcomingly embrace over the past decade and a half. Dubbed “Passive Wi-Fi,” the new standard consumes nearly 10,000 times less power than current Wi-Fi components and triples battery life on a wide range low bit-rate devices at home and in the workplace.

Raspberry Pi 3 launches with 64-bit Cortex A53, now available for $35
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Competition with Pine A64 project heats up


The folks at the Raspberry Pi foundation have just released the third-generation version of their highly popular single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi 3, now complete with a 64-bit ARM Cortex A53 chip to keep up with modern times along with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth this time around.

Transcend releases 1TB MTS800 M.2 SSD
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Monday, 29 February 2016 04:40

Transcend releases 1TB MTS800 M.2 SSD


SATA III 6Gbps, no PCI-E support for now

Taiwanese memory giant Transcend has just released a new top-tier 1TB storage capacity for its MTS800 line of SATA III 6Gbps M.2 SSDs for ultra-thin computing devices, including ultrabooks, tablet computers and laptops.