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Friday October 12, 2018. 07:51 PM
Cryptocurrency malware has been found in Adobe Flash updates by researchers from Palo Alto Networks. It’s a Monero mining bot.
Apple is widely expected to introduce new iPad Pro models with Face ID at a media event later this month, and we can now confirm that Apple has been testing those models internally over the past few months. iPad Pro with edge-to-edge display render via iDropNews Mobile...
Dave Hamilton and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to look at what’s new in the WiFi Mesh market, plus they share their thoughts on whether or not Apple will host an iPad Pro media event in October.
Privacy search engine DuckDuckGo announced it has reached 30 million daily searches. This is good news, because unlike other search engines DuckDuckGo doesn’t track you. We’ve been growing by approximately 50% a year pretty consistently so at a macro level it isn’t too su...
With macOS Mojave hitting the streets late last month, AgileBits has jumped over to the dark side with 1Password 7.2. The new version looks particularly classy in Mojave’s new Dark Mode, with fonts and colourful icons that stand out nicely against the dark background, but...
Facebook has issued an update for September's security breach, advising the breach affected 30 million users, 20 million fewer than first thought, as well as revealing the kinds of data the attackers had access to during the incident.
If you’ve been wondering why 1Password auto fill doesn’t work on the Mac anymore, it’s because the feature has been disabled.
The scrappy 12-inch MacBook is my favorite of the MacBooks, even though it only has a single USB-C port and it lacks the sheer power of the MacBook Pros. But it’s so darn portable. It’s so capable. And today on Amazon’s Woot site, it’s on sale for just $899.99Remove...
“Apple is said to be planning a major press event focused on a new iPad Pro later this month,” Don Reisinger reports for Laptop Mag. “And now, some leaked images are shedding light on its rumored design.” “The renders, which were published online by serial leaker Benjamin...
If Facebook and Google's recent security debacles proved anything, it's that disclosure is tricky business.
We compare Microsoft's new Surface Laptop 2 with the 2018 MacBook Pro models for design, features, specs and value for money
In our HomePod review we look at audio quality and how good the HomePod sounds, whether the HomePod is worth the money, and how it compares to the competiton, we also assess whether, months later, the HomePod has improved, and if the HomePod is a good option for Apple Music...
While you're exploring the new Finder and trying out Dark Mode, take a turn into the Mac's less heralded but potentially much more useful virtual desktop Spaces. AppleInsider talks about how great it is -- and why it's sometimes perplexing.
“It may shun Black Friday itself, but thanks to huge discounts from the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Walmart, deals on Apple AAPL -1.07% products will be some of the biggest doorbusters this year,” Gordon Kelly writes for Forbes. “And what Black Friday iPhone, iPad,...
iOS 12 has been available for a month now and is already installed on 53% of compatible devices.
Apple's plans for its first store in the Swedish capital of Stockholm may have been dealt a fatal blow, as a newly-elected city council is promising to support residents opposed to a proposed site.
A new video of SpotMini, a quadruped robot, shows the mechanical pup looking more businesslike than usual.
“iOS 12.0.1 is here and it brings some crucial fixes,” Gordon Kelly writes for Forbes. “That said, following a flurry of user complaints, we know now it also contains several new bugs while doubling down on what is arguably Apple’s most embarrassing problem in recent years.”...
Despite promising class-leading performance from the Galaxy Note 9 in August, Samsung's flagship phablet failed to beat out the then nine-month-old iPhone X with A11 Bionic processor. Let's see how the Note 9 fares against a current Apple handset: the iPhone XS Max.
“Apple is reportedly deploying a new vehicle, the Subaru Impreza hatchback, to its fleet of vehicles driving the world to collect first-party Maps data,” Roger Fingas reports for AppleInsider. “Marked white Imprezas have been seen around Los Angeles, according to Business...
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