While choosing a gaming laptop

While choosing a gaming laptop

While choosing a gaming laptop Gaming laptops focus on gamers who look for a gadget that provides a pure experience of gaming. They are not targeted at everyone. There are a number of companies such as Asus, HP, Razer, MSI, and Dell that have their facilities in the category of gaming laptop. But which one … Read more

Kaspersky Lab software deemed threat to Lithuanian national security

In a strange development, Lithuania has said that software from Kaspersky Lab is a threat to its national security and hence they will not be using any of the security software developed by the Moscow-based company on computers that hold sensitive information. The Lithuanian government said it will be removing Kaspersky Lab software from all computers that … Read more

Nokia inks smartphone patent licensing deal with Huawei

Nokia has added one more smartphone manufacturer to its patent licensing kitty by inking a licensing deal with Huawei. The deal with Huawei means that Nokia now has smartphone patent licesing deal with almost all major smartphone manufacturers out there including Apple, Samsung Electronics, LG, and Xiaomi. Neither Nokia nor Huawei revealed financial details about … Read more

X.Org Server 1.19.6 released

Just as we come to an end of year 2017, we see release of X.Org Server 1.19.6 with over  two dozen fixes back-ported from the 1.20 master branch. In a mailing list announcement, Adam Jackson of Red Hat revealed that he is planning to carry out at least one more 1.19.x point release in 2018, which we believe … Read more

Microsoft to focus more on the government, small business segment in India

A top Microsoft official in India has revealed expansion plans of the software giant in the country stating that the Redmond-based Windows 10 maker will be focusing on government and small business segment to grow. Microsoft India president Anant Maheshwari said in an interview that the company’s clear focus areas are the SMB and government … Read more

German watchdog says Facebook data harvesting is ‘abusive’

Germany’s competition watchdog has slammed Facebook for its ‘abusive’ data harvesting practices and added that the social networking behemoth is abusing its dominant position to “limitlessly” harvest user data from outside websites and apps. The Federal Cartel Office (FCO) has released a preliminary assessment report wherein it has focused on Facebook’s use of third-party sites to track … Read more