Back in November 2017, Google reported a security flaw to Microsoft regarding their browser, Edge. Google gave Microsoft 90 days to patch the flaw before going public, followed by an additional 14 days grace period due to the fact that the problem was more difficult to patch than initially anticipated. The Verge has more:

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Intel's latest update to their graphics driver will benefit gamers who don't have a dedicated graphics card (eg laptop gamers) by automatically configuring game settings. PC Mag has more:

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Last year, Google announced that they were planning to block low-quality online adverts through their browser, Chrome, and true to their word this change comes into force tomorrow. Gizmodo has more:

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Adverts are the main way that websites can cover their costs - the alternative is paid-for subscriptions which are always unpopular. However, it's common to see spammy or misleading adverts on websites, which create an unpleasant browsing experience for users. What do you think about Chrome blocking adverts? Let us know your thoughts!
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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an RPG game, but not as you know it. Warhorse Studios have based the game on actual historical events and the geography is based on actual places. You start life as the son of a blacksmith and work your way up from there. PC World has been taking a look:

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Lenovo have announced a voluntary recall of their 5th generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptops due to a loose screw which could cause overheating and potentially be a fire hazard. The recall only applies to units manufactured between 1st December 2016 and 31st October 2017. Despite this being a voluntary recall, affected users are advised to stop using their laptop immediately.

When stories like this pop up you can't help but think of the disaster that was Samsung's Note 7 recall, but despite the similarities Lenovo has received praise for their quick response to the issue.

You can get more information at Lenovo's product recall page here.
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An anonymous user has shared part of Apple's iOS source code on the code-sharing site, GitHub. Although the code has now been removed following legal intervention from Apple, it was of course viewed by many users while it was online. Macworld has more on this story:

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According to an investigation by Consumer Reports, some Smart TV devices made by Samsung and Roku are vulnerable to hacking, which allows hackers to remotely control the device and gather detailed data about the users.

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