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iOS 13.5 is causing major issues for some iPhone and iPad users

We’re so used to hearing about Windows 10 updates causing problems that they’ve become expected, but Microsoft isn’t the only firm whose latest OS iteration can bork systems. Apple’s iOS

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Western Digital sued for secretly selling slower SMR HDDs

Back in April, major HDD manufacturers including Toshiba, Seagate, and WD were found shipping slower SMR-based HDDs without public disclosure. While all three companies admitted to this practice after being

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Microsoft is notifying users if their PC can’t install the Windows 10 May update

Microsoft has started rolling out the Windows 10 May 2020 update, which brings several changes and features to the OS. One new element of the upgrade is a system in

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Take-Two CEO: Google overpromised with Stadia

Remember the run-up to Stadia’s launch, when Google claimed it would change the gaming industry with its 4K 60fps performance? The service hasn’t exactly set the world on fire, and

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Atari VCS will start shipping out to early backers in a few weeks

Atari over the weekend said it is about to enter the “home stretch” on its Atari VCS project. The first 500 or so consoles are expected to leave the factory

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PlayStation 5 might not be the most affordable next-gen console, Sony boss suggests

Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, in a wide-ranging interview with GamesIndustry.biz confirmed that Sony will be launching the PlayStation 5 globally this holiday season, adding that

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Bug bounty hunter snags $100,000 award for zero-day bug in ‘Sign in with Apple’ system

Full-time bug bounty hunter Bhavuk Jain discovered a zero-day exploit in Apple’s “Sign in with Apple” system that earned him a $100,000 bounty from the Cupertino tech company. The potentially

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