Folks who opted to download a torrent of The Sims 4 are finding something completely unexpected: censorship.
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The cross-platform BlackBerry Messenger app has received an update today. It's not too big an update but it does seem like BlackBerry has made it simpler to attach photos in BBM. Currently, by default, when you tap the paper clip icon to attach a photo, the voice note option is selected. You then had to tap the picture icon to then get the option to attach one. Now, it defaults to attaching file or photos when you tap the paper clip icon.
What's new in BBM v18.104.22.168?
Addresses a bug where users would receive repeated notifications for messages they've previously viewed
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The FCC slapped Verizon with a $7.4 million fine. The fine stems from Verizon's targeted marketing campaigns, which were created using customer information. Customers were not informed of the campaigns.
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Apple's iWatch has been one of the biggest secrets in tech for a couple years now. Here's a look at everything we know about it, from the team designing it to the features it might have.
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Pininfarina unveiled the beautiful Sergio Concept in 2013 at the Geneva Motor Show, but it wasn’t a car many expected to see built. Ferrari has added a few luxuries to the concept (namely a windshield and windows) and the car is finally headed for a limited production of 6 units.
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Monster wants to be the life of the party with its new SoundStage speakers, which use your Wi-Fi network to stream music from your computer or mobile device to your entire house, just like a Sonos system.
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Google's Chrome OS just got updated to version 37, and it comes with a handful of changes that continue to make the web-based operating system feel more and more like a full-fledged computer. Perhaps most notable is new multi-user management: now, multiple users can be signed in simultaneously, as Google has added a way to switch between them without having to log in and out each time. It's a pretty basic feature that Windows and OS X have had for years, so we're glad to see Google wake up and make it easier to share one Chromebook with multiple users.
Other changes include an "app info" view in the Chrome launcher, a settings window that appears as its own window instead of a browser tab, and the ability to save files to Google Drive...
AARP is getting into the gadget game with the RealPad, a tablet expressly made to help seniors who want to stay connected, but don't want to spend a lot of time learning the technology.