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Monthly Archives: October 2017

  • FBI failed to access 7,000 encrypted mobile devices

    Agents at the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have been unable to extract data from nearly 7,000 mobile devices they have tried to access, the agency's director has said. Christopher Wray said encryption on devices was "a huge, huge problem" for FBI investigations. The agency had failed to access...
  • Israel Facebook: Mistranslated post creates security alert

    Israeli police arrested a Palestinian man last week after a Facebook post he made saying "good morning" in Arabic was mistranslated to read "attack them" in Hebrew, local media have reported. Police confirmed that the construction worker was briefly held under suspicion of incitement but was released as soon as...
  • Apple hasn't given up on the Mac Mini

    Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the Mac Mini, which was first released three years ago, will play an important role in future product lines. Since its release, the Mac Mini has been pretty low on Apple's priority list, causing its users to wonder about its future. A MacRumours...
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 Logo Emerges With Spec Leak That Looks Killer

    With Samsung's Galaxy S8 (and S8+) having been on the market for a staggering six months now, it's time to look to the future. In other words: a time when Samsung unveils its Galaxy S9, a phone that's already being hyped to great levels despite the fact that it won't...
  • Why Consumer Reports Once Again Won’t Recommend Microsoft’s New Surface Book 2

    Microsoft and Consumer Reports (CR) have no love for each other of late with CR putting a blanket decision in withdraw recommendations for Microsoft Surface laptops and tablets. The original Surface Book from Microsoft received the "Recommended" rating from CR, only to see it retracted after the publication claimed that its...
  • Google Boasts 66 Percent Of All Chrome Traffic On Windows Now Protected With HTTPS

    Google is working hard to make the web a more secure place and with its Chrome browser being the most popular browser on the market by most accounts, that was a good place to start. Google says that security has always been one of the core principles of Chrome and...
  • Here’s The Leaked List Of Original Xbox Backwards Compatible Games Coming To Xbox One

    Retro gaming is hotter right now than it has ever been, as evidenced by the wildly popular (and pint-sized) NES Classic Edition and SNES Classic Edition consoles from Nintendo. However, Nintendo is not the only one getting in on the action. Microsoft announced at E3 earlier this year that Xbox...
  • Microsoft Surface Pro With LTE Scheduled For Spring 2018 Launch

    Microsoft is prepping a version of its popular Surface Pro tablet/laptop/2-in-1/convertible (or however you want to classify it) with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 modem inside. A peek at the Surface Pro's product page in the Microsoft Store now states that the LTE-equipped variant will be available sometime next spring, and...
  • Bitcoin Up 500% Annually, Dominant Cryptocurrency Tops $100B Valuation

    Bitcoin has been on an enviable winning streak this year, and reached a new intraday high earlier today. Bitcoin hit a record high of $6,183.98 at around 10:30 AM EST this morning, which comes just after the cryptocurrency pushed through the $6,000 barrier on Friday. Currently, Bitcoin is trading at...
  • Facebook Messenger Now Lets You Send Money To Friends Via PayPal

    Facebook and PayPal are strengthening their ties and have announced that users in the U.S. can now send and receive money person-to-person over Facebook Messenger. The integration also brings a PayPal customer service bot that can handle questions and requests for help right from within the Facebook Messenger window. Messenger...

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