Monthly Archives: November 2017

latest android 8.0 oreo beta rolling out for the galaxy s8 and s8

Samsung has released the third iteration of its Android 8.0 Oreo beta firmware in the United States, following its rollout in the United Kingdom last week. Unlike the upgrade that made the rounds over the pond, this latest update bundles a number of miscellaneous bug fixes, according to the lengthy changelog. There could be a simple explanation for that, though: …

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Fix: Geforce Experience Black Screen in Windows 10

If you’re having problems with Geforce Experience after updating the app or installing a fresh copy from Nvidia’s website, just know that you’re not alone. I also had this problem after re-installing Geforce Experience in Windows 10. As it turns out, a lot of Nvidia owners have reported this problem, particularly after being prompted to install a new driver version …

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Fix: Mac Opens Blank Chrome Page When Opening Links

Is your Mac opening empty windows in Chrome when trying to open a link? You are not alone. A lot of Mac users have started to experience this annoying bug with no apparent trigger. As it turns out, this issue only Occurs on Macs running on High Sierra with an outdated version of Chrome (set as the default browser). Users have …

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Fix: Prevent KB3035583 from Installing Automatically

Starting with the middle of 2015, Microsoft has been aggressively pushing users to go with Windows 10. I’m ok with marketing schemes and I can even understand built-in adware. But forcing an app that automatically downloads the installation files of Windows 10 seems way to bold. I strongly believe that the decision to upgrade or not should be up to the user, …

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Net Neutrality in India: The Plot Thickens

  With FCC Chairman Ajit Pai having made it clear that he plans on repealing the Title 2 classification of ISPs coming December, there seems to a lot of outrage on Twitter. The outrage surrounds the removal of Title 2 classification and the subsequent possibility of ISPs in America throttling, blocking or prioritizing content on the Internet. Amongst all this …

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Xiaomi Redmi 5 Specifications Accidentally Leaked by China Telecom

  As we inch closer to the official launch, leaks and rumors have been flowing in abundance for Xiaomi’s upcoming Redmi 5 smartphone. However, what we have today might be enough to know everything there is. A Chinese telecom carrier has accidentally revealed the phone’s details in a public listing on its website. The launch is scheduled for December 7. …

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