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Past articles by Anthony:

Opera's in-built VPN just got a major upgrade

Opera has launched a new premium tier for its in-built VPN. → Read More

SIHOO M90D ergonomic office chair review

The SIHOO M90D packs in plenty of features and adjustability without breaking the bank. → Read More

Some Windows updates might actually hurt your security

Windows admins are seeing authentication failures on the server and client side after installing the latest Patch Tuesday updates. → Read More

New Roblox trojan will land you with a nasty PC infection

Cybercriminals have begun distributing a trojan inside Synapse X which is used to inject cheats into Roblox. → Read More

Zoom is driving further into the customer service market

Zoom is acquiring Solvvy to add conversational AI and automation to its recently launched Zoom Contact Center offering. → Read More

Ransomware gangs adopt new techniques to avoid detection

Ransomware operations have transformed from their clandestine beginnings to become fully-fledged businesses. → Read More

Tachyum unveils a monster processor that does everything

The Tachyum Prodigy combines the functionality of a CPU, GPU and TPU in a single processor. → Read More

Meta and AMD are teaming up to boost mobile networks

Meta is working to expand global mobile networks through its Evenstar program which AMD is now a part of after acquiring Xilinx. → Read More

The FCC wants school buses to get Wi-Fi

FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel has proposed adding Wi-Fi to the nation’s school buses to help close the homework gap. → Read More

Dell Latitude 5430 Rugged Laptop review

The Dell Latitude 5430 is a rugged laptop with a sleek design that looks just as good in the office as it does in the field. → Read More

Google lays out its plans to take on next-gen phishing scams

Google will tackle phishing by scaling phishing protections to Docs, Sheets and Slides and auto enrolling users in 2-Step Verification. → Read More

Qualcomm could help unleash a wave of 5G-powered industrial robots

Qualcomm’s new robotics platform and reference design bring enhanced AI and 5G together to power next-gen robots. → Read More

DuckDuckGo slams Google's new tracking systems

DuckDuckGo recommends ditching Chrome altogether or at least using its browser extension to opt out of Google Topics and FLEDGE. → Read More

Samsung is about to boost your CPU memory in a big way

Samsung believes Compute Express Link (CXL) technology will play a key role in next-gen server platforms. → Read More

Microsoft is making a big change to some of its developer tools

Power Apps portals allow businesses to quickly create and host customer-facing self-service websites. → Read More

Did GDPR kill off millions of Android apps?

Less new apps were created following GDPR going into effect as smaller developers found it harder to comply with the new law. → Read More

AT&T is making some potentially life-saving changes to 911 calls

AT&T is switching to location-based routing for 911 calls to make it easier to locate mobile devices in an emergency. → Read More

The iOS and Android app stores are littered with abandoned apps

Apple and Google plan to remove outdated apps from their respective app stores to further protect their users. → Read More

Western Digital has made a huge HDD breakthrough

Western Digital’s new UltraSMR technology combines OptiNAND with proprietary firmware to enable higher HDD capacity . → Read More

White House teams up with 30 ISPs for super-cheap broadband

The Affordable Connectivity Program provides high-speed internet to qualifying households for just $30 per month. → Read More