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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • MysteryBot Android Malware Fuses Keylogger, Ransomware And Banking Trojan Into Toxic Hellstew

    Researchers have discovered a new strain of malware for Android devices that combine different styles of attack into a single package. Called MysteryBot, the new malware hits victims with a banking Trojan, keylogger, and ransomware in one fell swoop. The good news here is that the cybercriminals responsible for MysteryBot...
  • Grayshift Says It Already Beat Down Apple's iOS 12 USB Restricted Mode

    Apple wants to make it harder for anyone to gain unauthorized access to iPhones with a new USB Restricted Mode in iOS 12. That move infuriated law enforcement as it meant that the GrayKey iPhone hacking tool (and others from Cellebrite) used by authorities to crack iPhones would be useless. Grayshift, the...
  • Valve Aims To Slip Steam Link Past Apple Censors By Axing Game Purchasing Feature

    Valve had many gamers excited when it announced that the Steam Link app would let you stream games from your PC to your iOS device. Not so long after the announcement, Steam Link landed in beta on Google Play for Android aficionados. Unfortunately for the iOS users, Apple blocked the app with Phil Schiller...
  • Google diversity figures show little change

    A new report from Google has revealed that little has changed despite a commitment to increasing diversity among staff employed by the tech giant. Overall nearly 70% of Google staff were men, as has been the case since 2014. In the US almost 90% were white or Asian, 2.5% were...
  • HP Elite Slice review: Meet the sandwich-sized desktop replacement

    Many organisations are using the fact machines are becoming smaller and faster as a good excuse to modernise their workplaces, junking their old, bulky desktop machines in favour of sleek, new devices that can offer the same performance whilst radically reducing the amount of space they need. This goes hand-in-hand with...
  • Call of Duty takes aim at Fortnite Battle Royale at E3

    The next Call of Duty game - Black Ops 4 - is to include a Battle Royale mode. The last-to-survive challenge has already made Fornite and Player Unknown's Battlegrounds into massive hits. But as BBC Click's Kate Russell reports, it's not the only title preparing to invade rivals' turf. Follow...
  • Google DeepMind Empowers AI With Creativity To Perceive And Render Our 3D World

    Google has been able to train its various DeepMind AIs to do some very cool things. The AlphaZero AI was able to destroy the highly acclaimed Stockfish chess program over a 100-game match, winning 28 of the matches outright and tying the other 72 matches for a no loss record...
  • Windows 10 April 2018 Update Now Available For All With The Help Of AI

    After months of internal and public testing (via the Windows Insider program), Microsoft released the Windows 10 April 2018 Update on the very last day of April. Microsoft rolled the update out in phases to help minimize install failures and hardware incompatibilities (which did tend to pop up on occasion). Today, Microsoft...
  • Microsoft Explains Why It Won’t Rush To Fix Every Reported Windows Security Exploit

    Not every problem has an immediate solution. Microsoft recently explained how it prioritizes resolving vulnerabilities. Some vulnerabilities are fixed through a quick security update, while others are saved for the next version of Windows. Microsoft revealed that it asks two questions before providing a security update for a reported and...
  • Samsung Delivers Chromebook Plus V2 Premium Chrome OS Convertible With Stowable Pen

    Samsung has pulled the wraps off its second-generation Chromebook Plus, now called the Chromebook Plus V2. The South Korean company bills the Chromebook Plus V2 as a premium device at a “competitive price point”. While some may only think of low-cost entries when they hear the word Chromebook, devices like Google's...

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