Russia hacked the Olympics and tried to pin it on North Korea

Russia hacked the Olympics and tried to pin it on North Korea EngadgetRussia hacked the Olympics and tried to make it look like North Korea did it VoxRussia hacked Olympics computers, turned blame on North Korea: Report The Straits TimesFull coverage #pch3lp #tech #TheNewz #technology #TechNews


BlackBerry has crazy high ambitions for the premium phone market. Well, crazy for BlackBerry

BlackBerry Mobile has lofty ambitions for comeback. No, really CNETBlackBerry Aims For 3% Of Global Smartphone Market: Exec – MWC 2018 Android HeadlinesBlackBerry: ‘we understand we are not for everyone’ but ‘we’re here to stay’ TechRadarFull coverage #pch3lp #tech #TheNewz #technology #TechNews

Nokia is bringing back the Matrix phone

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. When you have a history as long as Nokia, there’s a lot of cool stuff too revive — and HMD Global, the current owner of the Nokia brand, is playing its cards right. At a press conference in Barcelona on Sunday, the company announced the Nokia 8110 4G — a rehash of the Nokia 8110, also known as the Matrix phone. SEE ALSO: ‘John Wick’ is coming to TV (and yes, Keanu Reeves will be there) For our very young readers, or people who haven’t seen The Matrix (it’s possible that they exist) who might not remember why this is important, we’ll refer you to this video. Read more… More about Tech, Nokia, Mobile World Congress, Mwc, and Matrix Stan Schroeder #pch3lp #tech #TheNewz #technology #TechNews

Get to know Google Pay

Google has a new way to pay with your phone, called Google Pay. It replaces Android Pay and Google Wallet. Subscribe to CNET: Check out our playlists: Download the new CNET app: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: CNET #pch3lp #tech #TheNewz #technology #TechNews

‘Ghostbusters World’ will be like Pokémon Go, but with ghosts!

Pokémon Go might have gotten pretty old pretty quick, but a new augmented reality (AR) game with the same capture-and-battle concept could actually be pretty freaking awesome — because it’s a Ghostbusters game, people! Called “Ghostbusters World,” Sony published a trailer for the new game on Friday. It depicts the powers of the Ghostbusters’ proton pack and ghost traps getting charged into a smartphone. The game is described as “an all-new state-of-the-art augmented reality game” in which players “battle and capture hundreds of ghosts from all dimensions of the franchise.” The game’s Facebook page captioned the video “Specters, poltergeists, full-roaming vapors, and more from your favorite Ghostbusters movies, TV shows, comics and video games are about to invade our world.” COOL! Read more… More about Ghostbusters, Pokemon Go, Augmented Reality, Tech, and Movies Tv Shows Rachel Kraus #pch3lp #tech #TheNewz #technology #TechNews

The iconic Arecibo radio telescope has been saved from possible demolition

The 50-year-old Arecibo radio telescope in the jungles of Puerto Rico, home of many landmark scientific discoveries, has gotten a new lease on life, thanks to a new agreement with the University of Central Florida. The post The iconic Arecibo radio telescope has been saved from possible demolition appeared first on Digital Trends. Mark Austin #pch3lp #tech #TheNewz #technology #TechNews