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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Facebook Fails Again, Exposing Over 50 Million Users In Security Breach

    Facebook can’t seem to get out of its own way when it comes to security. The biggest security issue for the social network was the Cambridge Analytica fiasco that gave the company access to information on 87 million users. In June, Facebook had another security failure when private posts of...
  • Google's Default Search Status In iOS Safari Could Bring $9 Billion Apple Windfall

    When it comes to the default search on web browsers -- be it on mobile or on the desktop -- most people don't bother switching to another provider. That's why it's so important for companies like Google or Microsoft to have their search engine as the "default" for as many...
  • Facebook security breach: Up to 50m accounts attacked

    Facebook has said “almost 50 million” of its users were left exposed by a security flaw. The company said attackers were able to exploit a vulnerability in a feature known as “View As” to gain control of people's accounts. The breach was discovered on Tuesday, Facebook said, and it has...
  • Hacker Vows To Livestream Deletion Of Mark's Zuckerberg Facebook Account

    Mark Zuckerberg is about to get “Zucc’d”. White-hat hackers usually help to plug security holes, but one hacker has promised to thrust Facebook into chaos. Taiwanese bug bounty hunter Chang Chi-yuan recently announced that he will livestream an attempt to hack into Zuckerberg's Facebook account. The 24 year-old hacker announced...
  • ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 ROG STRIX Gaming OC Review: Fast, Quiet, Pricey

    Although NVIDIA just launched the Turing-based GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti last week, its board partners were at the ready with a wide array of custom offerings right out of the gate. We were lucky enough to show you a couple of custom cards from MSI and EVGA...
  • Intel Addresses Chip Supply Woes Prioritizing Xeon And Core CPU Production

    At this point, everyone in the enthusiast community is aware that Intel is encountering some headwinds with respect to chip production. From comments that Intel has made in its most recent earnings release, to channel reporting, to comments from system builders, it's an issue that is likely to plague Intel over the next few...
  • Razer Phone 2 Images Leak Confirming Disappointing Trend In Android Flagships

    Razer is going to be releasing another smartphone built for gaming, one that will presumably look similar to the company's first generation Razer Phone, but with upgraded hardware and features. However, it doesn't look like Razer will be upgrading the second-gen handset with a 3.5mm audio jack, and feature that...
  • MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Sea Hawk X Hybrid Water Cooled Graphics Series Sets Sail

    Strap on your life preservers, folks, here comes the wet and wild liquid cooled variants of NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards. MSI has taken the plunge with four new models, two of which are designed for straight liquid cooling setups, and two others that...
  • Gettin' Jiggly Wit It Fortnite v6.0 Breast Animation Has Epic Games Apologizing

    Fortnite players were treated to a bunch of new and improved features with the season six rollout yesterday, including pets in backpacks, floating islands, a haunted mansion, corn fields, and more. None of those things caused any controversy. What did, however, was a new Calamity cowgirl skin with a noticeable...
  • Lenovo USS Enterprise Star Trek PC Hits Warp Speed With Core i9 And RTX 2080

    We all know that Lenovo builds PCs, but did you know it also builds starships? Well, it does now. Lenovo is boldly going where it has never gone before, that being the Star Trek universe with a custom PC molded after the iconic USS Enterprise (NC-1701). It's apparently a powerful...

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