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Bluetooth Battery Level Indicators May Soon Be Coming To Android

The folks over at XDA Developers are reporting that Android may be getting a new feature that could help users identify how much battery life is remaining in their Bluetooth wireless headphones. The feature for “[retrieving] battery level information of [a] remote device” was discovered in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Android and Me reports: This hasn’t made it ... Read More »

AMD Unveils Radeon RX Vega Series Consumer Graphics Cards Starting At $399

MojoKid writes: AMD has officially lifted the veil on its new Radeon RX consumer graphics line-up, featuring the company’s next-generation Vega GPU architecture. Initially, there are four cards in the Radeon RX Vega line-up, the standard air-cooled Radeon RX Vega 64, a Radeon RX Vega 64 Limited Edition with stylized metal fan shroud, the liquid-cooled Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid, ... Read More »

FCC Says Its Specific Plan To Stop DDoS Attacks Must Remain Secret

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and Democratic lawmakers have been exchanging letters about a May 8 incident in which the public comments website was disrupted while many people were trying to file comments on Pai’s plan to dismantle net neutrality rules. The FCC says it was hit by DDoS attacks. The commission ... Read More »

The Chiefs of Facebook, Google and Other Tech Giants Aren’t Committing To Testify To the US Congress On Net Neutrality

Amazon, Facebook, Google and Netflix — along with their telecom industry foes — have not committed to sending their chief executives to testify before the U.S. Congress in September on the future of net neutrality. From a report: Not a single one of those companies told the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee, which is convening the hearing, that they ... Read More »

Microsoft Won’t Patch 20-Yr-Old SMBv1 Vulnerability (You Should Just Turn the Service Off)

An anonymous reader shares a news post: Following the recent WannaCry and Petya ransomware attacks, Microsoft recommended all Windows 10 users to remove the unused but vulnerable SMBv1 file sharing protocol from their PCs. This is because both variants of the ransomware actually used the same SMBv1 exploit to replicate through network systems, even though it seems that Petya mostly ... Read More »