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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Researchers Uncover Ethereum Contract Vulnerabilities Putting Millions Of Dollars At Risk

    Last November a hacker going by the name "DevOps199" found and exploited a flaw in the code for a subset of Ethereum wallets. That user was able to exploit teh vulnerability and take ownership of an Ethereum code library known as a smart contact. Once the hacker owned that smart...
  • Spectrum Broadly Launches A La Carte TV Streaming To Challenge Sling TV And DirecTV Now

    A la carte TV streaming services, or "skinny bundles", are becoming more popular these days. Astute customers aren't keen on paying inflated priced for hundreds of channels that they may never watch, so these pick-and-choose streaming TV services are an economical way to view a select few channels that interest...
  • Google ARCore Exits Beta, Lens Support Comes To Google Photos For Android And iOS

    Google today announced that ARCore, its augmented reality SDK for Android devices, has exited the beta phase. Now that ARCore 1.0 is expanding into the public realm, Google says that developers are free to publish their AR apps directly to the Play Store. For developers that have been sitting on...
  • Netgear Nighthawk X6S Tri-Band Mesh Extender Review: A Simple Fix for Wi-Fi Woes

    Most of us have had a love-hate relationship with wireless networking. It’s a wonderful technology when all your devices remain connection and perform well in every room of your house, but that’s not always the case. When your devices intermittently drop off or can't find a strong enough signal strength...
  • Sony Xperia XZ2 And XZ2 Compact Flagship Phones Leak With Snapdragon 845 Muscle And S Force Audio

    Sony's upcoming 2018 Android flagships have been leaking for quite some time, but we're now getting our best look yet at the Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact. We'd give you two guesses as to who leaked these smartphone beauties, but you'll probably only need one guess (it's Evan Blass, of...
  • HP Envy X2 2-in-1 Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 Convertible Now Available For Preorder

    It looks like HP is anticipating strong demand for Windows 10 laptops and convertibles powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor. One of HP's first devices built around the mobile chip is the Envy x2 (model 12-e011nr), a premium 2-in-1 that is now available to order, for $999.99. It's a good...
  • Cloud DR: Key choices in cloud disaster recovery

    Only the luckiest IT professionals will go through their careers without experiencing a major systems failure, outage or other incident that forces them to invoke a disaster recovery (DR) plan. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and...
  • Google To Foster Sub-$50 Android Oreo Go Phones And Android One Initiative At MWC

    The mobile industry's largest trade show is now right around the corner, with Mobile World Congress (MWC) getting underway in Barcelona on Monday. There will be lots of goodies unveiled and announced. As always, Google will have a presence at the trade show. Google's primary focus will be on its...
  • Intel Kept US Cyber Security Agencies In The Dark About Spectre And Meltdown

    Just when you thought the whole Spectre and Meltdown situation could not get any messier, a new report suggests Intel withheld information about the security flaws to US cyber officials, even though it gave some of its hardware partners a heads up before the situation became public knowledge. Intel defends...
  • Samsung breaks ground in extreme ultraviolet processor tech

    Samsung has touted a breakthrough with extreme ultraviolet (EUV) processor frabrication technology, which it believes will aid in its focus on state-of-the-art semiconductors.Taking place in Hwaseong, Korea, the breakthrough in EUV tech means Samsung will “be able to strengthen its leadership in single nanometer process technology” by responding to market...

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