Chrome is Not Blocking Ads, Google is Working with Ad Industry

Back in April, I wrote that Google's plans to block web ads in Chrome were not as far-reaching or consumer-friendly as reports suggested. Now, Google has confirmed this.

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Telus, one of the largest mobile carriers in Canada, has released a new software update for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Aside from bug fixes and network enhancements, the update also brings support for the carrier’s quad-band LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) service. The service is going to provide significantly faster mobile data speeds to the carrier’s […]
If you’re shopping for accessories for your new smartphone, chances are you’re going to pick up a microSD memory card first before you buy anything else. Even though most handsets come with a decent amount of internal storage, the fact that most of us consume so much content on our smartphones leaves us all wanting […]
 Important news for Switch owners, Nintendo has spoken up to confirm a number of details around the online service for its new console. Online is an essential component to gaming these days, and the Switch service will grant subscribers access to a library of classic games as well as unlocking the option to play with friends online, set up game appointments and chat. The second half of the… Read More
 LG announced plans for its own mobile payment service way back in November 2015, and today it finally went official with the launch. The LG Pay service is initially limited to the G6, LG’s flagship smartphone, via a software update, but it is only available in Korea. There is launch support for cards from Shinhan Bank, KB, BC and Lotte, and LG plans to cover all of Korea’s card… Read More