Founder of cryptocurrency debit card faces new fraud charges for $32 million ICO scheme...

The U.S. government is following through on its promise to crack down on initial coin offering scams. On Friday, the SEC announced charges against Raymond Trapani, the third co-founder of...

Asus Chromebook Flip review | TechRadar

The premium Chromebook is an idea that has existed for almost as long as Google’s notebook brand itself, and it’s an idea that has rarely been able to succeed. We...

Asus ZenBook 3 review | TechRadar

As Ultrabooks continue to get smaller and more powerful, the likes of the Asus ZenBook 3 become more and more enticing. Who doesn’t want a more portable computer that’s powerful...

Lenovo Yoga 920 review | TechRadar

In a year when we’ve seen a number of amazing 2-in-1 laptops, Lenovo has possibly saved the best for last with the Yoga 920, its follow-up to the sublime Yoga...

Asus Zenbook UX310UA review | TechRadar

While it may not look like much at first glance, we assure you, it’s a laptop that deserves your attention, not only for its great looks or hard-hitting performance either....

HP Spectre 13 review | TechRadar

Following the release of the extremely popular MacBook Air in 2011, Intel set out on a journey to subvert all preconceived notions of what a Windows laptop should be. Up...

Oculus patents plans to… stretch your skin?

As much as we like Oculus Touch controllers, interacting with virtual environments using buttons and joysticks will never feel wholly immersive. But based on Oculus’ latest patented plans, Facebook’s virtual reality...

Razer Blade review | TechRadar

Razer sits in a great place in the gaming laptop scene. While its products are usually pricier than its competition, lately they tend to completely eclipse Razer’s more affordable rivals...

Acer Swift 3 review | TechRadar

The Swift 3 is the newest budget laptop from Taiwanese electronics maker Acer, a manufacturer whose 2017 exploits include a $9,000 (£9,000 around AU$15,120) gaming laptop and the world’s thinnest...

German Supreme Court dismisses Axel Springer lawsuit, says ad blocking is legal – TechCrunch

Germany’s Supreme Court dismissed a lawsuit yesterday from Axel Springer against Eyeo, the company behind AdBlock Plus. The European publishing giant (which acquired Business Insider in 2015) argued that ad-blocking,...
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