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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • Swann home security camera sends video to wrong user

    Media playback is unsupported on your device A leading security camera-maker has sent footage from inside a family's home to the wrong person's app. Swann Security has blamed a factory error for the data breach - which was brought to its attention by the BBC - and said it was...
  • SD Express Adopts PCIe And NVMe For Blazing Fast Memory Cards Up To 128TB

    Memory cards for digital cameras and other devices are about to get a whole lot faster and more capacious at the same time. At the 2018 Mobile World Congress Shanghai (MWC Shang) that runs from today through June 29, the SD Association announced a new SD memory card standard called...
  • BBC releases computer history archive

    A slice of computing history has been made public, giving people the opportunity to delve into an archive that inspired a generation of coders. The Computer Literacy Project led to the introduction of the BBC Micro alongside programmes which introduced viewers to the principles of computing. It included interviews with...
  • Google Maps Major Design Overhaul With Personalized Recommendations Is Now Rolling Out

    Back in May during Google I/O the search giant announced that a Material Design revamp of Google Maps was coming. At the time, only a few users and devices were able to get access to the update. Google is now slowly rolling that update out to the masses. Google's fancy...
  • Qualcomm Develops Snapdragon Wear 2500 To Power Kids' Smartwatches

    It's been quite a while since Qualcomm announced a new SoC aimed primarily at the wearables/smartphone market, and today the company is launching the Snapdragon Wear 2500 platform. Unlike the previous Snapdragon Wear 2100, this new platform is being targeted primarily at smartwatches designed for children. Snapdragon Wear 2500 has...
  • Scammers abuse multilingual domain names

    Cyber-criminals are abusing multilingual character sets to trick people into visiting phishing websites. The non-English characters allow scammers to create "lookalike" sites with domain names almost indistinguishable from legitimate ones. Farsight Security found scam sites posing as banks, loan advisers and children's brands Lego and Haribo. Smartphone users are at...
  • Qualcomm Launches Snapdragon 429, 439, And 632 SoC Trio For Mainstream Phones

    Qualcomm has a trio of new Snapdragon processors that will power a new wave of mass-market Android smartphones. The new entries include the Snapdragon 429, 439 and 632, which supplant the Snapdragon 425, 430 and 626 respectively. Starting from the bottom and working our way up, the Snapdragon 429 is...
  • Fortnite Players Spend On Average $84 For In-Game Items Boosting Epic Games' Bottom Line

    Fortnite is a free game and it would be easy to think that going this route would mean meager revenue for its developer. However, analytics firm Sensor Tower conducted a survey that found Fortnite was making an average of a million bucks per day on player spending. That puts a...
  • Huawei MateBook D Laptop Hits US With AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Power And Value Pricing

    We must say, we came away pretty impressed with what Huawei had to offer with its MateBook X Pro in our recent review, which happens to pack in a lot of current-generation hardware into thin and light frame for not of money (at least compared to its rivals). The MateBook X Pro shows...
  • NETGEAR Orbi Mesh Router With Cable Modem Review: Blanketing Your Home Network

    Mesh networking is starting to take a foothold in the home market, but the technology has actually been around for quite sometime. In fact, you have most likely been connected to a mesh network at some point in time without even realizing it. Hotels, universities, and malls have been using...

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