Firefox To End Support For Windows XP And Vista

Firefox To End Support For Windows XP And Vista For many years Windows XP was the Microsoft’s most widely used and popular operating system. With the end of the support, it was hoped that it would eventually be abandoned, which in fact did not happen. Several software companies are abandoning this version and Mozilla was …

Linux Has One More Critical Security Flaw

Linux Has One More Critical Security Flaw If there are operating systems that are considered safe Linux is one of them. Its structure and the way it was designed is based on an ideology of permissions that guarantee this security. But like any other operating system, Linux also has vulnerabilities. The most recent one affects …

Qualcomm Brings World’s First 48-Core 10nm Processor

Qualcomm Brings World’s First 48-Core 10nm Processor The largest maker of semiconductors for mobile phones said it produced a chip for servers is more advanced than the products of Intel Corp. as the company tries to break the stranglehold of its biggest rival in the Lucrative data center market. Hence, Qualcomm Inc. goes forward in …

What’s new on Netflix and what’s leaving in January 2017

Netflix rings in the new year with a healthy batch of original films, comedy specials, and TV shows, alongside one of the best lists of classics we’ve seen from the streaming service in some time. Classic films that will appear at the beginning of 2017 include comedies like Caddyshack, horror flicks including The Shining, and modern cult hits like V for …

Samsung To Introduce Two Foldable Smartphone Models In 2017

Samsung To Introduce Two Foldable Smartphone Models In 2017 We have seen Samsung’s smartphones coming with improved RAM, storage, battery and many mind-blowing features, but foldable smartphone from the company could be a drastic change in the smartphone industry and it could be really a new innovation for the company and for the entire smartphone …