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November, 2018

  • 18 November

    Google News may shut over EU plans to charge tax for links | Technology

    Google’s top news executive has refused to rule out shutting down Google News in EU countries, as the search engine faces a battle with Brussels over plans to charge a “link tax” for using news stories. Richard Gingras, the search engine’s vice-president of news, said while “it’s not desirable to …

  • 18 November

    Dig resurrects a feud over which town is a state’s oldest

    An archaeological dig is rekindling a feud between two towns over which was the first in Connecticut. Experts have unearthed artifacts they believe date to the 1630s in Wethersfield, where town signs declare it the state’s “most ancient,” founded in 1634. But a few miles up the Connecticut River to …

  • 18 November

    Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite in for review

    The Mi 8 lineup has gotten a little complicated – there are five major variations. The focus now is on the Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite, the latest addition. How it compares to the other members of the Mi 8 line is just one of many questions to be answered by …

  • 18 November

    Computers have learned to make us jump through hoops | John Naughton | Technology

    The other day I had to log in to a service I hadn’t used before. Since I was a new user, the website decided that it needed to check that I wasn’t a robot and so set me a Captcha (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans …

  • 18 November

    The charge of the chatbots: how do you tell who’s human online? | Technology

    Alan Turing’s famous test of whether machines could fool us into believing they were human – “the imitation game” – has become a mundane, daily question for all of us. We are surrounded by machine voices, and think nothing of conversing with them – though each time I hear my …

  • 18 November

    Weekly poll results: Oppo RX17 Pro rates well, Neo fails to impress

    The Oppo RX17 Pro entered the European market this week and attracted some positive interest in last week’s poll. The Super VOOC charger has some people hooked, the minimal teardrop notch coupled with a in-display fingerprint reader also seems like a design win. That said, it seems that Oppo may …

  • 18 November

    Unboxing and hands-on with the Thunder Purple OnePlus 6T [Gallery]

    OnePlus announced its mid-cycle release: the OnePlus 6T in a New York event last month where the company announced that the OnePlus 6T was arriving to T-Mobile in the United States. We were also expecting to hear about a purple variant of the phone though there wasn’t a single mention …

  • 17 November

    The Xiaomi Mi Laser Projector is now available in the US

    The Xiaomi Mi Laser Projector is now available in the US through Walmart, priced at $2000. It’s an ultra-short throw projector that can be placed between 5 and 50cm away from the wall, and is capable of producing in image up to a 150 inches in diagonal in 1080p resolution. …

  • 17 November

    Deal: Samsung Gear Sport and Gear S3 now $100 off in the US

    Samsung’s latest Galaxy Watch has been out for a few months, but last year’s Gear Sport and the Gear S3 from 2016 are still available. Not only that, they’re on sale in the US. Samsung itself and major retailers B&H and Best Buy will knock $100 off the regular price …

  • 17 November

    vivo 1817 goes on GeekBench, has just 2GB of RAM

    A previously unheard of vivo phone has been spotted on GeekBench – the vivo 1817. The existing vivo Y93 goes by v1818 internally, and the new model appears to be similar to that, minus one – it’s certainly got 1GB RAM less than the Y93 base model’s 3gigs. …