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Wednesday March 20, 2019. 02:55 PM
According to a new study 91 percent of IT and security professionals feel vulnerable to insider threats, and 75 percent believe the biggest risks lie in cloud applications like popular file storage and email solutions including Google Drive, Gmail and Dropbox. The report...
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Apple’s AirPods are quite funny looking things, especially when being worn, but despite this the iPhone maker's wireless headphones have proven to be wildly popular. Following on from rolling out new iPads and refreshing its iMac range earlier in the week, Apple today...
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The European Commission has hit Google with another large fine, this time €1.49 billion ($1.69 billion) for engaging in anti-competitive practices with its advertising tool AdSense. Google was found guilty of breaking antitrust laws by blocking third party rivals from...
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Apple has announced that it is to support initiatives in the US and Europe that seek to improve media literacy. The aim is to 'encourage critical thinking and empower students to be better informed' by teaching people how to find reliable sources and avoid fake news. In the...
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Google is no stranger to investigations into and questions about its practices, and in Europe the company has faced great interest from the European Commission for violating antitrust laws. Now, in a move that echoes that of Microsoft's Browser Choice nearly a decade ago,...
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Philips monitors often provide an excellent value -- great 'bang for your buck,' as they say. The company's displays typically provide superb visual quality, while also offering good features, and attractive designs. Today, the company launches a trio new monitors as part of ...
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Tuesday March 19, 2019. 08:39 PM
We all know people who seem to not like anything. There are very successful people who sometimes seem to have reached that success entirely through saying 'no.' I’m not that kind of person. I’m an optimist. I’m even a bit of a risk-taker. But I can’t say that we’re ...
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Downloading and installing is just so passé, and Google knows it. It is with this fact in mind -- and an eye firmly on the future -- that the company today announces its new game streaming service, Stadia, at GDC 2019. The audience at this year's Game Developers Conference...
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Last month, Micron released a solid state drive designed for consumers. Called '1300,' it used the SATA interface, meaning it was slower than the much faster NVMe drives many enthusiasts crave these days. Offered in both 2.5 inch and M.2 form factors, it would make a good...
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It’s Tuesday, so that means Microsoft is rolling out a new Windows 10 build for Insiders on the Fast ring. We’re edging ever closer to the next big feature update’s release next month, so Build 18361 is all about fixing problems and making general improvements. SEE...
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Do you own a Kodi box? The open source home theater software runs on all manner of hardware, from Windows, Mac and Linux systems, to Kodi boxes and the Amazon Fire TV Stick. All of the many devices running Kodi have one thing in common though -- they aren’t official Kodi...
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Just a day after launching new iPad Air and iPad mini models, Apple has announced the latest updates to its iMac range. The update has been a long time coming; it is well over a year since there were any changes made to the iMac line. But good things come to those who wait....
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The Kodi Foundation has long been a supporter of open source software and today the developer announces that it has joined the Linux Foundation as an Associate Member. The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux and open source...
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Google is far from being a stranger to launching and shuttering apps and services willy-nilly, and the latest victim is Inbox. We have actually known for a little while that Google Inbox was due to close down -- it was just a matter of when. Now Google has revealed the...
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Prioritizing vulnerabilities can be difficult if you don't know which ones are being actively exploited. The latest annual research from Recorded Future looks at the top vulnerabilities and which products they are targeting. In 2018, the company observed more exploits...
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Mozilla has rolled out Firefox 66.0 for Windows, macOS and Linux, along with Firefox for Android 66.0. The new release is light on new features, but heavy on delivering significant improvements across the browser. The big new addition is that websites will now automatically...
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Medium-sized businesses now account for over 60 percent of US jobs, and are investing fast in technology, but they must ensure they have the skills and management in place to avoid falling behind. A new study from Aruba looks at how mid-sized businesses around the world are...
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Google will be holding a keynote at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco shortly, where it is widely expected that the search giant will take the wraps off its new cloud gaming platform. Google says it will be revealing its 'vision for the future of gaming'...
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Plugable is a company that I respect very much. I have been buying its products for many years from Amazon. Historically, its offerings have been reliable, affordable, and extremely useful. Whether it be USB hubs, dongles, adapters, or docking stations, you can typically...
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Businesses increasingly understand that staying competitive means making smart use of their data. But a new survey from Syncsort finds that just nine percent of respondents say their organization is 'very effective' at getting value from data while 48 percent responded...
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