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Chrome 64 on Android prevents ads from opening new tabs

Google has also updated the Android version of the Chrome app to version 64. The major change in this version is that the browser will now prevent ads from opening new tabs without your permission. This is slightly different from pop-up blocking, where usually an ad will break out of its iframe, called frame busting, and take hold of the browser navigation and redirect the user to sites where you usually see messages like your device has virus or some other call to action. This new change should prevent ads from taking hold of the browser navigation unless the redirect matches the URL of...



Asus outs two new Zenpad 10 tablets too

Like every year, Asus is very busy these days with Computex, because the trade show is its biggest venue for product launches. And sure enough, the company has introduced many new devices this time around too, but the focus of its announcements have been laptops, PCs, and the likes. No smartphones got official on this occasion, as for tablets so far we've only had one new model quietly being unveiled - the Zenpad 3S 8.0. Or so we thought. It turns out that the Taiwanese company couldn't help launching two additional slates, but in a similarly subdued manner. They are both new Zenpad 10...



Manufacturers shift to 8K panel – 4K is goin to extinct?

As of presently, the use of 4K display is preponderant in the market but it seems to be that this panel is quickly losing track of the present trend. According to the upstream industry chain report, 8K TV panel manufacturing will become the focus of competition in the global LCD display industry in 2019. At present, all panel manufacturers are focusing on this field, and few terminal manufacturers are also gearing up. Manufacturers shift to 8k panel – 4k is goin to extinct? Plenty of tablet manufacturers are stepping up their deployment in the 8K space, as 4K panels have become the usual in the TV industry. Almost all TVs more than 43 inches use 4K panels, while 65-inch and 75-inch models is presently the target for 8K LCD panels. Read also: Xiaomi TV profits are twice as Lots as the second best brand in the recent 11/11 promo At introduce, Samsung, BOE, AU Optronics, Huaxing Optoelectronics, and Group Optoelectronics are all focusing on large-size LCD screens of a lot more than 85 inches, whereas LG Screen will remain the exclusive supplier of large-size OLED TV panels in 2019. OLED TVs screen shipments for the year is coming to reach 3.7 million units. While the production of 8K TV panels is When it comes to take off in 2019, because of to the lack of SoC solutions, small yields and high production costs, first shipments will be limited, what will result in the pre-sale price tag will not be budget.

Bose noise-masking sleepbuds now on sale for $250

After going through an Indiegogo campaign, the Bose soundbuds are now on sale across major retailers for $250. The Bose soundbuds are a unique sort of product and a departure from the usual audio equipment that the company is known for. Despite the fact that they look like wireless Bluetooth earphones, the soundbuds don't actually play music. What they do instead is sit in your ears and play specifically designed sounds that help mask ambient noises. Bose is very clear on the fact that this isn't their usual active noise isolation that is present on their noise canceling headphones....



Apple outs iOS 11.3 with Battery Health tool, watchOS 4.3, tvOS 11.3

Today Apple is releasing iOS 11.3, watchOS 4.3, and tvOS 11.3 to everyone with a compatible device. iOS 11.3 iOS has gone through a few beta builds recently, and now version 11.3 is finally ready for primetime. It includes the self-explanatory Battery Health tool that the company promised following the iPhone throttling scandal. This tells you whether your device has experienced an unexpected shutdown because the battery was unable to deliver the necessary peak power. When that happens it will apply "performance management" (don't call it throttling) to prevent such things...