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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Lenovo Issues Software Update For Serious ThinkPad Fingerprint Reader Security Exploit

    If you have an older ThinkPad, ThinkCentre or ThinkStation PC with an integrated fingerprint reader, you might want to download Lenovo's latest software update. The company has acknowledged that a flaw in its Fingerprint Management Pro software could allow a malicious actor with physical access to your device login with...
  • Elon Musk's 'Boring' Flamethrower Heads To Borderlands 3 For Those That Can't Buy $500 Real Deal

    Say what you want about Elon Musk, but the dude has a sense of humor. Either that, or Musk knows something about some sort of flammable C.H.U.D. creatures thanks to the folks at The Boring Company. Musk tweeted that The Boring Company flamethrower is real and that it is for...
  • Apple Reportedly Developing Three New Macs With Custom ARM Co-Processors

    Apple is allegedly far along in development on a trio of upcoming Mac computers that will feature custom ARM co-processors. These new ARM chips will work in conjunction with the Intel processors that already power the machines according to the new report, and these Macs will include two new MacBook...
  • Trump Administration Reportedly Considering Nationalized 5G Network To Combat Foreign Attacks

    Security officials in the Trump administration are reportedly thinking about building a national, centralized 5G wireless network within the next several years. If that should happen, it would be an unprecedented move and sure to spark a debate, both within the White House and across the nation. The reason, however...
  • Sophos XG 450 review

    Sophos has been busy expanding its security appliance offerings and its latest XG Firewall family now has a solution for every business environment, ranging from the smallest of offices right up to enterprises. On review we have the new XG 450 Rev. 2 which sits at the top of Sophos...
  • Coincheck Crypto Exchange Issuing $400M In Refunds To Customers Hit By NEM Hot Wallet Hack

    A cryptocurrency exchange in Japan is ponying up hundreds of millions of dollars out of its own pocket to compensate customers who had their NEM tokens stolen last week. The theft is believed to be the largest ever in the cryptocurrency community, with hackers plundering 523 million NEM coins worth...
  • Qumulo file access hybrid cloud QF2 file system launches in Europe

    US startup Qumulo, which provides software-based hybrid cloud file access storage that can run on-premise or in the cloud has launched in Europe. The company’s QF2 is a parallel file system that scales to hundreds of nodes and can be deployed on Qumulo-supplied or approved third party hardware (currently HPE) in the...
  • NVIDIA Selects Aquantia For 10GbE Connectivity On DRIVE PX Pegasus Autonomous Vehicle Platform

    Aquantia is announcing some rather big news with one of the hottest companies in tech these days. Aquantia has made a name for itself by delivering gigabit network controllers for use in enthusiast motherboards and gaming notebooks, along with multi-gigabit solutions for network switches. However, its newest partnership with NVIDIA...
  • Strava Fitness Tracker Heat Map Under Fire For Exposing US Soldier Geo-Locations

    Last November, Strava Labs launched a Global Heat Map for its fitness tracking app, which works in conjunction with fitness devices such as the Fitbit. It is billed as being the "largest, riches, and most beautiful dataset of its kind," but it's also proving a little too revealing for some...
  • Intel Alerted Chinese Firms To Spectre-Meltdown Before The US Government But Did It Even Matter?

    Intel is in hot water after a report from The Wall Street Journal surfaced yesterday that claims that Intel announced to a handful of customers, including several Chinese companies, that its chips were susceptible to Meltdown and Spectre security flaws. Those two flaws affected chips from Intel, AMD, and ARM...

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