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The OnePlus 5 could be the phone that destroys Samsung's Galaxy S8

The OnePlus 5 could be the phone that destroys Samsung's Galaxy S8

If this will be the case, there is a high probability that it will sport a 23MP back camera and a 16MP front-facing one. If any Android phone is going to topple the Galaxy S8 this year, it's the OnePlus 5 . For now, it's tough to decide which one turns out to be better due to the limited amount of information available at hand; however, OnePlus 5 and Microsoft Surface Phone come packed with cutting-edge specs and features.


Microsoft debuts locked-down Windows 10 S

Microsoft debuts locked-down Windows 10 S

Windows 10 S will also ship with one year of access to Minecraft Education Edition and Office 365 for Education with Microsoft Teams. While Windows 10 S will be a bit of a spoiler since you can not install any third-party software, Microsoft will give an option to upgrade to Windows 10 pro.


OnePlus 5 Specs Leaked via AnTuTu Benchmarks

OnePlus 5 Specs Leaked via AnTuTu Benchmarks

For a while now, rumors and speculations regarding OnePlus 5 have been all over the internet. As soon as we get some more details about the device, including some actual photos of the handset and a launch date, we will let you guys know. The OnePlus 5 with 8GB of RAM has been listed on a retailers website along with 64GB of storage, we are no sure if this is correct as we have heard about the 6GB version previously.


Samsung to detail new Tizen OS for smart home appliances, IoT devices

Samsung to detail new Tizen OS for smart home appliances, IoT devices

The Korean company has occasionally made noises about Tizen as its flagship OS, using it in the high-profile launch of its Gear smartwatches. With the increased penetration of 4G in rural areas budget devices like the Tizen and the Redmi 4A are expected to fuel the further growth.


Cyber attack 'could come back this morning' as people return to work

Cyber attack 'could come back this morning' as people return to work

Computer security experts said the current attack could have been much worse but for the quick action of a young researcher in Britain who discovered a vulnerability in the ransomware itself, known as WanaCryptor 2.0. NSA does not discuss its capabilities, and some computer experts say the MS17-010 exploit was developed by unknown parties using the name Equation Group (which may also be linked to NSA).



Whatever you do don't click on this email from Google

To its credit, Google has already taken major steps to alert users that these phishing emails could be unsafe. After spam emails were sent across the nation on Wednesday, including in the Chippewa Valley, Google Docs said it has addressed the issue.