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Hepatitis A Outbreak In Utah Came From San Diego, Say Health Officials

According to health officials, the Utah hepatitis A outbreak has spread from San Diego. Thousands of people may have been exposed to the virus, but no deaths have been reported yet.

Public Health January 12, 2018

2019 Ford Edge ST Crossover SUV To Debut At Detroit Auto Show: New Trim, High Performance, And More

Ford is gearing up to introduce its new 2019 Edge ST performance SUV at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show. It's the first Ford crossover to boast some serious performance tweaks, so here's a sneak peek.

Car Tech January 11, 2018

21-Year-Old Bodybuilder Dies Of Flu Complications: Septic Shock Led To Organ Failure

Kyler Baughman, a 21-year-old bodybuilder from Pennsylvania, died of flu complications just days after he started feeling ill. He developed complications as his flu caused a septic shock, which in turn, led to organ failure.

Public Health January 11, 2018

US Government Questions Apple About Deliberate iPhone Slowdown, Gives Deadline For Response

Apple has been deliberately throttling older iPhones' performance, and now it has to answer for it. After the French government launched an investigation, the U.S. government is now questioning Apple as well over its iPhone slowdown practice.

Apple January 11, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 Confirmed To Debut At MWC 2018: What To Expect

DJ Koh, Samsung's mobile chief, confirmed that the new Galaxy S9 flagship smartphone will make its debut at MWC 2018 next month. Here's what to expect.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 10, 2018

New Drug Capsule For HIV Treatment Could Someday Allow For Weekly Medication, Not Daily

A new drug capsule could one day allow once-a-week antiretroviral therapy for HIV rather than daily. The slow-release capsule could revolutionize HIV treatment delivery, combating one of the most prominent problems: adherence to treatment.

Medicine January 10, 2018

CES 2018: Project Linda Turns The Razer Phone Into An Android Laptop

Razer took to CES 2018 to unveil its new Project Linda prototype, which turns the powerful Razer Phone into an Android laptop. The company said Project Linda combines the 'best of both worlds' for a new mobile personal computing experience.

CES 2018 January 9, 2018

French Prosecutor Starts Investigating Apple Over iPhone Slowdown Practices

Apple's iPhone slowdown woes continue, as a French prosecutor just launched an investigation into the matter. Under French law, Apple could face hefty fines if found to have intentionally reduced the life of its devices.

Apple January 9, 2018

CES 2018: HP Spectre x360 15 Debuts With 8th Gen Intel Chips, AMD Radeon RX Vega M, And More

At CES 2018 HP unveiled its new Spectre x360 15, which it touts as the 'world's most powerful convertible PC.' The laptop packs 8th-gen Intel chips, AMD's Radeon RX Vega M GPUs, and can even run AAA games at high settings.

CES 2018 January 9, 2018

CES 2018: Get Ready For Uber Self-Driving Cars With Nvidia Tech On Board

Uber and Nvidia have taken to CES 2018 to announce a new collaboration for Uber's next-generation fleet of self-driving cars. Nvidia will provide the advanced AI computing system for Uber's future autonomous vehicles, aiming to revolutionize transportation.

CES 2018 January 8, 2018

Amazon Alexa Hitting Smartwatches, Headphones, And Other Wearables This Year

Amazon announced a new Alexa Mobile Accessory Kit, which will make its digital assistant available on the go. Alexa will hit smartwatches, headphones, fitness trackers, and more wearables this year.

Wearable Tech January 6, 2018

50,000 HP Laptop Batteries Recalled Over Safety Hazards: Here Are The Affected Models

HP announced that lithium-ion batteries in select notebooks and mobile workstations pose safety hazards, so it's issuing a voluntary recall. Here are the affected models and what to do.

Computers January 6, 2018

Apple Music Chief Jimmy Iovine Reportedly Leaving Apple In August

Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine reportedly plans to leave Apple in August once his stock in the company is fully vested. Multiple reports confirm the news, but no official statement is available yet.

Apple January 5, 2018

New Dell XPS 13 Debuts With Improved Design, 8th-Gen Intel CPUs And More Ahead Of CES 2018

Dell unveiled its latest XPS 13 laptop ahead of CES 2018 and it's a treat. Rocking 8th-generation Intel processors, an improved design, a new white-and-gold finish, and more, the new Dell XPS 13 is available starting today.

CES 2018 January 4, 2018

Intel Responds To CPU Flaw Woes: Reports Are Incorrect

Amid great controversy over Intel CPU flaws, the chipmaker issued a statement earlier than it planned in order to refute 'inaccurate media reports.' Intel said it already started to deliver updates and things are not as bad as they were made out to be.

Computers January 4, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S9 Chip Debuts With AI Applications And iPhone X-Like Features

Samsung officially announced its new Exynos 9 series 9810 ahead of CES 2018, boasting advanced AI and deep-learning capabilities. The chip is expected to power the Galaxy S9 series, adding iPhone X-like features.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 4, 2018

Nokia 6 (2018) Spec Details Revealed In TENAA Listing, Could Debut At CES 2018

The Nokia 6 (2018) surfaced in the TENAA database again and this time, with full spec details. The smartphone could debut at CES 2018, which is just around the corner.

CES 2018 January 4, 2018

Apple Acquires Buddybuild Startup To Make Things Easier For iOS Developers

Apple acquired Canadian startup Buddybuild and it will integrate the entire team into its Xcode division. Buddybuild's Android app development tools will be discontinued soon.

Apple January 3, 2018

Intel CPUs From The Past Decade Have A Security Flaw And Fixing It Will Significantly Slow Down PCs

Fixing a design flaw found in Intel processors from the past decade could translate in a significant performance drop. Depending on processor model and task, PCs could get up to 30 percent slower.

Computers January 3, 2018

Samsung Responds To Galaxy Note 8 Battery Issues, Says It Only Got A Few Reports

Samsung acknowledged that it received reports of Galaxy Note 8 units dying, but only a few. The company offered a brief statement on the matter but has yet to fix anything or explain what went wrong.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 3, 2018

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