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Tuesday May 14, 2019. 09:29 PM
Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP back into 2014, but took the 'highly unusual' step of releasing a patch for the ancient OS two years ago in a bid to fightback against the WannaCry ransomware, and then included XP in that June’s Patch Tuesday updates. You’d be...
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Everyone knows Google tracks its users. When you use a 'free' service, such as the many the search giant offers, you essentially end up being the product. In other words, your personal data is the true cost. Unfortunately, Google is not the only company spying on its users....
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True to form, the launch of the latest OnePlus handsets have been preceded by numerous leaks, rumors and teasers. As such, today's launch of the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro contained few surprises, but the phones are now here and the launch confirms and clarifies many...
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By now you’ve heard the news: WhatsApp is currently rolling out an urgent update to all app users to close a major vulnerability that leaves unpatched phones at risk of being targeted by hackers. WhatsApp is owned by Facebook, and if you plan to stick with the platform,...
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Historically data has been stored in silos in order to deliver a quick solution. But in the longer term silos can slow down decision making, make modifying systems harder, and hinder compliance with regulations. One of the ways to break down barriers between silos is to...
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A new study finds that 46 percent of organizations which store customer personally identifiable information (PII) in the cloud are considering moving it back on premises due to data security concerns. The research from information security software company Netwrix also shows ...
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As technology becomes increasingly complex and more devices are connected to the IoT, so the volume and complexity of field service requests increases too. To help deal with this, automation company Zinier is launching its new Intelligent Service Automation and Control...
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Social media services are hardly regarded as bastions of privacy, and the latest slip-up by Twitter goes some way to showing why. Twitter has revealed that it 'may have accidentally collected location data' about users, that this data was shared with one of its 'trusted...
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Users of WhatsApp could be infected by dangerous spyware just by receiving a call. The spyware, which is thought to  originate from Israeli cyber intelligence firm NSO Group, can be installed just by calling a target -- there is no need for the call to be answered. A...
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Monday May 13, 2019. 07:55 PM
Lenovo is very well known for manufacturing high quality business laptops. Its ThinkPad line, for instance, which it inherited from IBM, is considered by many to be the best. Of course, there are others who prefer Dell, HP, or another maker. Today, Lenovo launches a new line ...
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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 ...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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 ...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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