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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • Instagram star Daryl Aiden Yow used stock image photos

    A popular Instagram photographer has apologised after being caught posting stock image library content and indicating it was his own work. Singapore-based Daryl Aiden Yow has more than 104,000 followers on the Facebook-owned service. His fame on the platform had led Sony, Oppo and Uniqlo - among other big brands...
  • Wimbledon tennis to be screened in 4K HDR by BBC

    The Wimbledon Championships tennis tournament is to be streamed in 4K resolution and high dynamic range colour (HDR) to UK viewers by the BBC. It will follow a current trial in which World Cup football matches are being shown via iPlayer using the next-generation TV technologies. However, this time the...
  • O2 changes post policy after racist hate mail sent out

    O2 will no longer use names on some of its mailouts, after the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme found it had sent racist hate mail to a British-Iraqi family's home in north London. Two items were addressed to "Mr Isis Terroriste" and "Mr Getout Ofengland" at the exact family address in...
  • Mylobot Malware Targets Your Windows PC For DDoS, Trojan And Keylogger Attacks

    Malware is a huge problem for computer users today as the threat posed by malicious software continues to increase. A new botnet was recently detected in a live environment for an unnamed client of Deep Instinct, a security firm. The security firm says that the botnet, dubbed Mylobot, uses three different...
  • Tesla Sues Saboteur Ex Employee Accused Of Hacking Gigafactory Systems And Stealing Data

    There has been a massive cloud of negativity swirling around Tesla over the past few months as it ramps up production of the Model 3 mainstream EV. Over the weekend, CEO Elon Musk revealed that a [now former] employee admitted to "extensive and damaging sabotage" to the company.  Today, Tesla has filed formal action...
  • Instagram longer videos: How new IGTV feature will work

    Instagram has released a long-form video feature which allows users to post hour-long clips. IGTV lets users create content exceeding the current maximum 60-second clip limit for the first time. It's not clear if the longer videos would include adverts or if users would be paid for their content as...
  • ADATA XPG SX8200 SSD Review: Affordable, Quick NVMe-Based Storage

    The latest generation of NVMe-based solid state drives have significantly altered the value proposition for performance-conscious PC enthusiasts. Whereas the NVMe drives of “old” were significantly more expensive than SATA-based products, while offering somewhat higher performance, many of today’s drives are only slightly higher priced and may offer 5 –...
  • Samsung Rolls Out Sunrise Gold Galaxy S9 To Showcase Your Inner C-3PO

    There's no question that Samsung's Galaxy series are among the most popular Android smartphones on the planet. The newest entries into the family -- the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ -- launched earlier the year and were most recently embiggened with larger storage capacities. Now, Samsung is adding a new color...
  • Facebook Messenger To Trial Autoplaying Video Ads Intermixed With Your Private Chats

    Do you remember when Facebook didn't have any advertisements? That was a long time ago, and it was always inevitable that ads would infiltrate our timelines. Fair enough—it is a free service, after all, and Facebook has to generate income to keep it going. Over time, however, they've become more...
  • EU Regulatory Overreach Extends To Copyright Law That Would Censor The Internet

    The European Union's Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) voted in favor of draft legislation that would overhaul Europe's copyright rules. However, the concern from several Internet pioneers, civil liberties groups, and others who oppose the legislation fear that it will ultimately be a tool for surveillance and essentially wreck the web...

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