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Monthly Archives: November 2017

  • Uber says 2.7m Brits hit by breach that was covered up

    Uber has revealed that 2.7 million British riders and drivers were affected by a 2016 data breach that it covered up for more than a year. A total of 57 million worldwide had data exposed in the breach, but the firm had not specified how many were UK-based before. The...
  • MacOS High Sierra Bug Grants Admin Access Without A Password In Embarrassing Apple Security Gaffe

    A major bug has been found in macOS High Sierra that could give unauthorized users full admin access to a Mac computer without needing a password to do so. The bug was discovered by developer Lemi Ergin, and it will allow anyone to log into the admin account of the...
  • Uber accused of 'hiring ex-CIA agents to spy on rivals'

    Uber has been accused of hiring a firm that uses former CIA agents to help it spy on rivals overseas. A former Uber security manager alleged in court on Tuesday that the firm used contractors that employed former spies to infiltrate competitors' computers. US federal prosecutors are now investigating the...
  • Under-age social media use 'on the rise', says Ofcom

    Half of children aged 11 and 12 have a social media profile, despite most platforms' minimum age being 13, a study from regulator Ofcom suggests. Children's charity the NSPCC called on the government to act on the issue of under-age profiles. The media watchdog also said children were increasingly getting...
  • Microsoft's Windows 10 'Sets' Run Apps In A Browser-Like Tabbed Multitasking Environment

    Microsoft is looking to put a new spin on the windowed multitasking workflow that we've all become used too over the past three decades. Browser makers figured out a long time ago that we can be more productive with a tabbed interface for the sometimes dozens of websites that we...
  • Intel Pits Xeon Scalable Against AMD EPYC In Server Processor Benchmark Showdown

    Intel has gone through the trouble to set up some benchmarks comparing its Intel Xeon Scalable Processor (Skylake-SP) in a two-socket configuration to the performance of the dual CPU Xeon E5026xx v4 (Broadwell-EP) and the dual socket AMD EPYC 7601 processor systems. Intel is also clear that these benchmarks are externally...
  • HDMI 2.1 Spec Officially Released With Support For 10K Video Resolutions

    The HDMI 2.1 standard was officially announced earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017). Today, the HDMI Forum has announced that it has officially released the specifications that will eventually be incorporated into next generation televisions and computing devices. Critically, the HDMI 2.1 spec is tasked with...
  • Google AI Can Detect Creepers Sneaking Looks At Your Smartphone Screen

    We all hate that feeling -- the feeling that someone has their unwanted eyeballs glued to your smartphone. Whether you're flipping through private pictures on your smartphone or typing out a text with the expansive 6.2-inch display on your Galaxy S8+, you've likely no doubt caught a "creeper" at some...
  • Intel 8th Gen Core Mobile Performance Review: Kaby Lake R Explored

    Intel’s newest 8th generation Core processors are here and have delivered promising early results in our initial tests on the desktop and in Dell's XPS 13 laptop. The biggest change with Intel's 8th Gen Core processors comes by way of doubled core counts, which makes most Core i5 and i7...
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Will Take A 30GB Chunk Out Of Your Xbox One X HDD

    The highly popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) game is releasing to Xbox One and Xbox One X next month, and as such, retailers have started placing empty boxes of the title on store shelves. One thing that stands out about the box art is a blurb mentioning that PUGB requires up...

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