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Monthly Archives: November 2018

  • IT Pros Rail Windows 10 October Update For Broken Mapped Drives, AMD Graphics Bug

    The biggest one involves a mapped drive bug that seems to have carried over from the initial rollout. For those affected, mapped drives fail to connect. This was an issue that was brought up back at the beginning of October. "Testing the new 1809 update, and everything seems to be...
  • Massive SMS Security Breach Highlights Risk Of Using Phones For Two-Factor Authentication

    Using two-factor authentication (2FA) is generally regarded as a superior way of securing an account than using a password alone, but even adding that extra layer comes with its own unique risks. This was highlighted in a recent security breach in which tens of millions of text messages were exposed...
  • Here’s Samsung’s Galaxy S10 All-Display Design, Captured In Recent Patent Filing

    It looks as though Samsung's next flagship phone, the Galaxy S10, will feature a full-front display instead of a notched design or a chunky bezel. Samsung has not yet officially announced the Galaxy S10, of course, but a recently discovered patent filing may provide clues as to what direction the...
  • NVIDIA Confirms Failures In Early Batch Of GeForce RTX 2080 Ti FE Cards

    There is an issue with the first round GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards that at the moment appear to only be affecting NVIDIA's overclocked Founders Edition model, a company representative confirmed in NVIDIA's GeForce support forum. The confirmation follows a rash of complaints of GeForce RTX 2080 Ti cards...
  • Researchers Hack Smartphone Fingerprint Security With AI-Driven Master Print Forgery

    AI can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on what the AI is designed to do. Many AIs are meant to do things like help doctors diagnose disease, though other AI technologies can be turned towards nefarious deeds. A team of IEEE researchers has devised a method...
  • 'How Amazon helped me transition to a woman'

    "I knew from a young age that I wasn't the same as the other children," says Sophie Roberts, a 34-year-old Amazon software manager based in Edinburgh. "I realised at around 14 or 15 that I was transgender but I wasn't comfortable at that point in my life in being out...
  • EE and Virgin Media fined £13.3m for overcharging customers

    EE and Virgin Media have been fined £13.3m by the telecoms regulator for overcharging customers wanting to leave broadband and phone contracts early. Ofcom said customers were left "out of pocket". The regulator said around 400,000 EE customers who ended their contracts early were over-billed and paid up to £4.3m...
  • 5 FAQs on SQL Server containers and how to manage them

    Docker containers are great for SQL Server development and test scenarios, as they allow database administrators and developers to deploy SQL Server instances within seconds. Users are able to spin up a container complete with SQL Server and attached databases as quickly as they can type in a docker run...
  • Red Alert! EA And Petroglyph To Remaster Command And Conquer In Crispy 4K

    EA announced that it will partner with Petroglyph Games to remaster Command And Conquer, which is one of the oldest games in the RTS genre. The original Command And Conquer first launched in 1995 and quickly became a success, spawning a whole series of games. It also lead to the...
  • NASA's Original Apollo Moon Landing Guidance Computer Is Being Restored

    Restoration projects that focus on old computers that have long since been replaced by newer equipment always pique our interest, but this one is different. Mike Stewart, a "space engineer extraordinaire and living Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) encyclopedia," is spearheading an effort to bring back to life arguably one of...

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