Every recent release gradually gobbles memory until it stops everything including mouse movement or suddenly collapses
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If you own one of these 45 Netgear devices, replace it: Kit maker won't patch vulnerable gear despite live proof-of-concept code
Butterfingers who don't bother with phone cases, rejoice: New Gorilla Glass 'Victus' tipped to survive 6ft drops
Considering there is a very lucrative industry replacing cracked screens I'd say it's a thing. That said this new claim seems kind of like - you test it first. Even if the screen still works looking through a spider web of cracks can be maddening. Plus considering the long wait for repairs these days - even if it comes with a fab warranty makes a case for a case.
ReactOS hits a milestone – actually hiring a full-time developer. And we've got our talons on the latest build to see what needs fixing
Fasten your seat belts: Brave Reg hack spends a week eating airline food grounded by coronavirus crash
Windows 10 Insider wondering where Notepad has gone? Fear not, Microsoft found it down the back of Dev Channel
Belief in 5G conspiracy theories goes hand-in-hand with small explosions of rage, paranoia and violence, researchers claim
HP Ink sales are in the red: Total revenue down 11 per cent as CEO says coronavirus knackered supply chain
Sadly, 111 in this story isn't binary. It's decimal. It's the number of security fixes emitted by Microsoft this week
Apple: We respect your privacy so much we've revealed a little about what we can track when you use Maps
Samsung's Galaxy S7 line has had a good run with four years of security updates – but you'll want to trade yours in now
Come to GoDaddy: 12 million domains – from .biz to .nyc – acquired from Neustar amid promises of lower prices
We're number two! Microsoft's Edge browser slips past Firefox in latest set of NetMarketShare figures
Stuck inside with nothing to do? Apple fires out security fixes for iOS, macOS, wrist-puters... and something weird called iTunes for Windows
Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM, Microsoft speech-to-text AI systems can't understand black people as well as whites
Finally – news that something is guaranteed to be healthy and well looked-after for the next six months. That something is Windows 10 1709
Surge in home working highlights Microsoft licensing issue: If you are not on subscription, working remotely is a premium feature
Looming ventilator shortage amid pandemic sparks rise of open-source DIY medical kit. Good thinking – but safe?
Manufacturing company Intersurgical says it had no intention of making a threat. Managing director Charles Bellm issued a statement to The Verge:
Just to confirm that recent reports from Italy are totally incorrect, we were contacted at the end of last week for manufacturing details of a valve accessory but could not supply these due to medical manufacturing regulations, we have categorically not threatened to sue anyone involved. The valve is an accessory supplied as part of a CPAP Hood system which alone costs a few euros.
Our Italian company has been doing their utmost to supply the hospitals at this time and have been supplying these free of charge in many cases to use with the CPAP Hoods. It is very disappointing that in the current climate this incorrect information is circulating, our focus as a company is to be able to supply the hospitals that require these and many other vital products and we are making every effort to ensure we can do so.
Romaioli and Temporelli have emphasized that both devices serve a purpose: the official product is the better long-term solution, but for now, hospitals can use this printed alternative to fulfill a sudden, drastic demand.