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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • WikiLeaks Exposes CIA Targeting Linux Users With OutlawCountry Network Traffic Re-Routing Tool

    Another day, another government spying exploit rises to the surface courtesy of Wikileaks, this time originating from the CIA. This WikiLeaks data dump specifically lets us know of a CIA-engineered spying tool called OutlawCountry (no space), which, interestingly enough, explicitly targets Linux users. You know, those digital freedom loving passionate penguin peeps that...
  • Chrome Dominates Browser Market Share While Edge Sputters Even With Windows At 91 Percent OS Share

    Most PCs may run some variant of Microsoft Windows operating system, but Google Chrome still rules the internet browser roost. According to various studies conducted by StatCounter and NetMarketShare, Chrome tightly holds onto nearly 60% of the market share. Microsoft Edge, however, barely claimed a 5% share, despite the fact that 91...
  • “Facebook’s New ‘Find WiFi’ For Android And iOS Helps You Find A Connection Anywhere

    Picture this: You are wandering through a city, searching for a quiet café to get some work done. You see the perfect indie coffee shop across the street, but have no idea if the place has Wi-Fi. Facebook’s “Find Wi-Fi” features means that you will never need to bother the...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition Rises From Note 7’s Ashes July 7th

    Samsung has officially announced the Galaxy Note Fan Edition (FE), thereby affirming its belief in resurrection, at least as it applies to the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. The new Galaxy Note FE is Samsung's attempt at an "eco-friendly project," and though not stated, also as a way to mitigate the...
  • Russia behind cyber-attack, says Ukraine's security service

    Ukraine says it has proof that Russian security services were involved in the cyber-attack that targeted businesses around the world earlier this week. The country's security service, the SBU, said it had obtained data that points to a link with an attack on the nation's capital, Kiev, in December. Ukrainian...
  • Lenovo's Moto X4 Reportedly Coming To Google Project Fi MVNO In Late 2017

    For those of us that are used to traditional wireless plans from carriers like AT&T and Verizon, Google’s Project Fi is definitely a rather quirky alternative. The downside, however is that the number of smartphones that can be used with the service is very limited at this time. Right now...
  • Mass Effect: Andromeda Single Player DLC Reportedly Canceled

    If you're one of the millions of Mass Effect fans that were yearning at the chance to play some additional content, you're unfortunately in for a rude awakening. While it's almost traditional to see post-release content launched for Mass Effect games, it appears that Andromeda is going to break the cycle...
  • Microsoft Windows 10 AutoPilot To Delight IT Admins With Zero-Touch PC Deployment

    IT admins rejoice! Microsoft just announced their new Windows AutoPilot this week. The new service promises that users will receive new Windows 10 PC’s without having to fiddle with reimaging and drivers.  A Microsoft representative noted, “The Surface team is working with customers and partners to roll out the Windows...
  • Snowden Leak Reveals NSA Traffic Shaping Tech That Diverts US Internet Routing For Spying

    Geopolitical borders have softened in various ways thanks to the prevalence of the Internet. An email sent by an American could cross multiple international borders before being received by another American. A recent study by the Century Foundation revealed that the National Security Agency (NSA) reportedly utilizes various “traffic shaping”...
  • Bluetooth Fidget Spinners Are Tech's Latest Explosion Risk

    Fidget spinners are one of the hottest fads at the moment, and they have even gone high-tech. Unfortunately, quality control seems to be woefully lacking. Not only are these toys proving to be a red-hot sales item, they are also literally hot. As in, overheating and catching fire. There have...

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