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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Microsoft Releases Patch To Disable Intel's Flawed Spectre Mitigation

    The two most worrisome vulnerabilities in computers to have surfaced in recent months are Spectre and Meltdown, which were first first disclosed earlier this month. These flaws collectively affect processors from Intel, AMD, and ARM. The problem for some people, including Linus Torvalds, was that Intel's initial response was lackluster. After...
  • Xerox VersaLink C505 review

    Targeting workgroups of up to 15 users, Xerox' VersaLink C505 colour MFP aims to streamline their life with full support for its ConnectKey technology. Designed to make print, copy and scan features more accessible and easier to use, all ConnectKey-enabled devices present precisely the same control panel interface. It is...
  • Fitness tracker Strava lights up military base

    Military personnel around the world have been publicly sharing their exercise routes online - including those inside or near military bases. Online fitness tracker Strava has published a "heatmap" showing the paths its users log as they run or cycle. It appears to show the structure of foreign military bases...
  • New York investigates company accused of selling fake Twitter followers

    New York's chief prosecutor says the state is opening an investigation into a firm that allegedly sold millions of fake followers to social media users. "Impersonation and deception are illegal under New York law," said Eric Schneiderman. The company, Devumi, stands accused of stealing real people's identities, which it denies...
  • Flawed Malwarebytes Update Knocks Users Offline Flagging All Traffic As Malicious, Here's The Fix

    Companies like Malwarebytes constantly need to keep up on top of the latest security threats, and roll out related updates as quickly as possible. But sometimes, those updates might come in a little too hot and heavy, and Malwarebytes is finding that out the hard way. If you're a Malwarebytes...
  • Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus Rear Cameras And Fingerprint Sensor Shown In New Photo Leak

    Late last week, we were greeted with an image showing the front of both the upcoming Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The leak confirmed that the design theme for both smartphones is rather evolutionary compared to 2017's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Now, reliable gadget leaker Evan Blass has leaked...
  • Google Clips Auto-Shooting AI Camera Goes On Sale, Now Waitlisted

    Google officially unveiled the Clips wearable camera back in October at the same time it also rolled out the high-end $999 Pixelbook and Pixel Buds earphones. If you have been waiting to get your hands on that AI-powered Clips camera and didn’t order in the early moments of availability, you...
  • Microsoft To Give Windows 10 A ‘Modern’ Overhaul With Light Weight Polaris Windows Core

    Microsoft is set to launch a new version of Windows 10 that will ditch all legacy features and components that can be eliminated. The modernized version of Windows 10 will be built on Windows Core OS (WCOS) and is code-named Polaris. The new OS will be aimed specifically at traditional...
  • Bill Gates Reasons That AI Stealing Human Jobs Might Not Be A Bad Thing

    Bill Gates, the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, knows a thing or two about predictions. After all, he correctly surmised the explosive growth of personal computers and helped shaped the landscape with Windows. He also made some observations about the Internet before it became a mainstream thing, and those mostly turned...
  • Coincheck promises 46bn yen refund after cryptocurrency theft

    One of Japan's largest digital currency exchanges has said it will refund most of the $534m (£380m) worth of virtual assets lost in a hacking attack. Coincheck has promised to use its own funds to reimburse more than 46bn yen ($423m) to customers who lost their NEM cryptocurrency coins on...

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