MacMusic  |  PcMusic  |  440 Software  |  440 Forums  |  440TV  |  Zicos
reading
Search

PC / Tech. > BetaNews

Monday May 13, 2019. 07:32 PM
The US Supreme Court has said that consumers can sue Apple for allegedly violating antitrust laws with its App Store. A group of iPhone owners were seeking to bring a class action lawsuit against the company, and now Justice Brett Kavanaugh has said they can do so. The group ...
    0
The story of website attacks in 2018 was one of high profile cybercrime, targeted at cryptocurrency, business, elections and more. A new report from website security specialist SiteLock reveals that attackers are now taking a stealthier approach. Websites experienced 62...
    0
If you have a large home, it can be difficult to blanket it entirely with Wi-Fi. Sadly, many folks experience dead spots, meaning some locations in the house either have no Wi-Fi or an exremely low signal. Speaking frankly, this situation sucks. Sure, you can potentially...
    0
When people decide to install home automation systems and also have security alarms they installed several years ago, it's highly likely the new tech and old gadgets won't be compatible. Similarly, if they have a security system that doesn't work with a smartphone app, they...
    0
Sunday May 12, 2019. 05:38 PM
Ahh, Arch Linux; the distribution with the most pretentious user base. If you aren't familiar with Arch, please know it is a very good operating system that is unnecessarily difficult to set up. As a result, the ones who are successful, and end up using the distro, are often ...
    0
GitHub has launched the GitHub Package Registry, its new package management service. Starting out as a limited beta, teh GitHub Package Registry gives developers, coders and organizations an easy way to publish public or private packages next to source code. For now, there...
    0
One of the biggest announcements from this year's Google I/O related to the Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, but this was far from being all there was to get excited about. Microsoft may be increasingly embracing Linux in Windows 10, and Google is doing the same with Linux on...
    0
Launch Word, Excel, PowerPoint or some other Microsoft Office app on your computer, and you'll be greeted by a dialog entitled 'Your data, controlled by you'. You'll then be invited to review your privacy settings to determine how much telemetry data Microsoft is able to...
    0
Saturday May 11, 2019. 02:51 PM
Apple's iPad Pro is the best tablet on the market, and believe it or not, it can be a fairly useful 'laptop' when paired with the Smart Keyboard Folio. Microsoft is simply wrong in its claims about Apple's tablet. You can even expand iPad Pro functionality with USB-C...
    0
Friday May 10, 2019. 07:40 PM
Development is proceeding well on Windows 10 20H1, even though that feature update isn’t set to be released until the first half of next year. Microsoft rolled out Build 18894 two days ago, with File Explorer and Accessibility improvements, and today it releases build...
    0
Previously when we've reviewed earphones from Rock Jaw we've found them to be a good compromise between affordability and performance. The T5 Ultra Connect is the first wireless product we've seen from the firm, so we were keen to find out how they measure up. As always with ...
    0
Three-hundred-and-thirty-four in a series. Welcome to this week's overview of the best apps, games and extensions released for Windows 10 on the Microsoft Store in the past seven days. Will Microsoft retire the Store in the near future? Wayne asked that question recently. I...
    0
The cloud is arguably the most transformative enterprise technology in the past two decades. Yet, as powerful as it is, it faces a huge latency problem -- and the big public cloud providers know it. Their data centers can't be everywhere and close to every end-user, so the...
    0
An investigation by NBC News has found that photo memories app Ever has been using billions of images uploaded by people to develop a facial recognition system without making it obvious to users. Ever is a photo storage app that offers 'free, unlimited private backup of all...
    0
A slip-up by Mozilla stopped Firefox add-ons from working last weekend, and the company issued a fix followed by an update to the browser to get things back to normal. Mozilla has now issued an apology, a detailed explanation about what happened, and made a promise to delete ...
    0
Apple's iPad devices are the best tablets on the market -- better than Microsoft's Surface line or any Android tablet. In other words, since the first iPad was released in 2010, no manufacturer has figured out how to best it. Nowadays, Apple has the iPad Pro as well, and the ...
    0
Thursday May 9, 2019. 08:34 PM
Do you know how every company you interact with uses your private data? Consider this: In December 2018, The New York Times revealed that tech and marketing companies use seemingly innocuous apps to gain access to users’ locations -- sometimes up to 14,000 times each day....
    0
When Slack first arrived on the scene in 2013, it was meant to be an amped-up social messaging app that would improve workplace communication and cut down on email. It’s still serving that purpose, but these days it’s also a tool for interacting with customers,...
    0
Anyone who has worked in IT knows that it can be a frustrating experience at times. A new survey carried out by network security provider Lastline at RSAC 2019 set out to discover security professionals' attitudes and frustrations towards their jobs. These come from a number ...
    0
For the sake of ease, the Google Play store supports the purchase of apps and games using a variety of credit and debit cards, PayPal and other payment options. Now Google has announced a new option -- pending transactions. This is an option designed for people who don't...
    0
News copyright owned by their original publishers | Copyright © 2004 - 2019 Zicos / 440Network
Current Date
May, Tue 21 - 11:21 CEST