Subscribe: PCM Breaking News
http://rssnewsapps.ziffdavis.com/pcmagbreakingnews.xml
Added By: Feedage Forager Feedage Grade B rated
Language: English
Tags:
acute angle  app  apple  apps  cryptocurrency exchange  facebook  factory  games  giant  google  make  million  new  time  web giant  year 
Rate this Feed
Rate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feedRate this feed
Rate this feed 1 starRate this feed 2 starRate this feed 3 starRate this feed 4 starRate this feed 5 star

Comments (0)

Feed Details and Statistics Feed Statistics
Preview: PCM Breaking News

PCMag.com Breaking News



Breaking technology news and in-depth analysis from PCMag.com



 



Report: Microsoft Plans New Fable Game
Playground Games, best known for the Forza Horizon games, is handling development.(image)



Making Money on YouTube Just Got Much Harder
Every channel now requires at least 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of watchtime per year.(image)



Watchdog Claims Toxic Conditions at iPhone Factory
The factory is allegedly exposing workers to chemicals oils, according to China Labor Watch. However, the company behind the factory is calling the findings inaccurate.(image)



Facebook to Simplify Messenger
In a Tuesday blog post, Facebook Messenger Head Davis Marcus admitted that the app has 'become too cluttered' as of late.(image)



This Android Spyware Can Steal Your WhatsApp Messages
The Skygofree spyware is probably an 'offensive' surveillance product from a developer in Italy, according to Kaspersky Lab.(image)



Apple Is Hiring, and You Can Work From Home
The Cupertino tech giant is currently looking to hire a number of full- and part-time At Home Advisors who will provide technical support from the comfort of their own domicile.(image)



Chinese Consumer Group Wants Answers on iPhone Slowdowns
Apple's apology last month failed to address all the concerns, according to the Shanghai Consumer Council.(image)



Don't Miss These Great TV, iPad Deals
Get a $200 bonus gift card on Vizio's highly rated M-Series 4K HDTV, a $15 fast Qi wireless charger, and $150 off the iPad Pro 4G 128GB tablet.(image)



Want to Test New PS4 Features? Sony Needs Beta Testers
Sony expects to launch the preview next month but hasn't yet offered up an exact date or any details about the new features users can expect.(image)



Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition Announced
The updated game for consoles arrives on Mar. 6 to coincide with the Windows Edition launch.(image)



Google Building 3 New Undersea Cables to Expand Cloud Business
The Web giant is also gearing up to open new Google Cloud Platform regions in the Netherlands, Montreal, Los Angeles, Finland, and Hong Kong this year.(image)



TAG Heuer Creates World's Most Expensive Smartwatch
Diamonds are an easy way to make any product very expensive, even last year's smartwatch model.(image)



Your Wi-Fi Dropouts May Be Google's Fault
Google Cast devices are flooding your router with data every time they wake up.(image)



Tencent and Apple Make Peace over Tipping in WeChat
After working out an arrangement with Apple, Tencent is bringing tipping back to its WeChat app.(image)



Saudi Arabia Resumes Public Movie Screenings with 'The Emoji Movie'
The film, panned by just about everybody, plays a big role in a cultural milestone.(image)



Some Toyota and Lexus Cars (Finally) Getting CarPlay This Year
Your iPhone might be able to charge and communicate wirelessly, but Toyota's long-awaited implementation of CarPlay will require a wired connection.(image)



Analyst: Apple's iOS Economy Could Hit Half A Trillion Dollars in 2019
That's a lot of paid apps, subscriptions, and hardware sales.(image)



One in Six Americans Now Own a Smart Speaker
According to new survey from NPR and Edison Research, about 39 million Americans now own a smart speaker, up 128 percent from January 2017.(image)



Google Arts & Culture App Can Match Your Selfie to Fine Art
The Web giant has added a 'new and experimental' feature to its Google Arts & Culture app, which will match your selfie with a museum portrait.(image)



Microsoft Brings Back the Xbox's 'Duke' Controller in March
If you can palm a basketball, you'll fall in love Microsoft's original Xbox controller all over again.(image)



FCC Investigating Hawaii Ballistic Missile Alert
According to FCC chairman Ajit Pai, emergency agencies should have a way to immediately issue corrections for accidental alerts.(image)



Kraken Cryptocurrency Exchange Finally Back Online
A two-hour upgrade turns into a two-day shutdown for the popular cryptocurrency exchange, and all users will now receive fee-free trading for the rest of the month.(image)



Awesome Games Done Quick Sets New Donation Record: $2.26 Million
The week-long charity speedrunning event officially wrapped up this morning, setting event records for fundraising.(image)



These Are the Most Popular Apps of 2017
Meanwhile, Facebook-owned WhatsApp raked up more downloads, overall, than any other app, excluding games, in 2017, according to Sensor Tower.(image)



Porn-Laden Gaming Apps Infiltrate Google Play
The offending apps were mainly gaming and drawing related, and were downloaded between 3 million and 7 million times, security firm Check Point finds.(image)



US Marshals to Auction Off Bitcoins Worth About $52M
The digital loot won't come cheap, though. To even place a bid, you'll need to provide a $200,000 deposit.(image)



Cherry Unveils its First Low-Profile Keyboard Switches
These switches, 35 percent slimmer than the MX Red ones on which they're based, are the first low-profile design from the venerable German manufacturer.(image)



GM's Cruise AV Driverless Car Ditches Steering Wheel, Pedals
The company's fourth-generation Cruise AV, which also has no manual controls, was designed to operate completely on its own – no human driver necessary.(image)



Acute Angle PC Is Not Your Usual Clunky Crypto-Miner
A sleek, unique-looking Windows 10 computer, the Acute Angle PC turns into a blockchain operator while you sleep.(image)



Facebook to Reduce News Feed Noise, Pages Could See Big Hit
This change will likely cause people to spend less time on Facebook, but make the time they do spend there 'more valuable,' according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.(image)