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Samung’s Detachable “Nautilus” Chromebook will Have a Sony IMX258 Sensor

After releasing the Chromebook Plus and the Chromebook Pro last year, it seems that Samsung is developing a new detachable Chrome OS laptop. In November, Chrome Unboxed reported on a Samsung Chromebook device in development. It's code-named "Nautilus," and it's a detachable model.More recently, the publication found a commit in the Chromium Gerrit confirming a few "Nautilus" specs. Here's the...

Keepass2Android Beta Updated with AutoFill Framework Support in Android Oreo

There are many popular password managers on Android, but only a few stand out. LastPass is one of them, but it's closed-source -- you can't see the code for yourself. For folks bothered by that prospect, one of the best alternatives is Keepass2Android, a port of Keepass for desktop. It lets users store and access their...

Private Internet Access VPN Is So Private, Even the FBI Couldn’t Find Any Data

When you protect yourself with a VPN, you expect to be truly secure and anonymous online. Many services claim that they keep no records, but it’s difficult to know who you can trust. Over the years, Private Internet Access VPN has proven itself to be ethical and reliable. It provides rock-solid online protection, while also blocking...

Smartphone Users Consumed 25% More WiFi and Mobile Data in 2017

For many folks, smartphones have replaced laptops and tablets as the go-to media consumption device. That isn't terribly surprising -- it's easier than ever to watch content on the go -- and stats show that people have warmed to the idea of using mobile data for streaming videos, music, and games. According to a report...