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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • UK government at odds over Huawei threat

    The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) appear to be at odds over the potential threat to the UK’s network infrastructure posed by the continued use of Huawei equipment, and are struggling to reach a consensus ahead...
  • Comcast Outs $5/Month Xfinity Flex Streaming Platform For Cord Cutters

    In many parts of the country, there are no choices when it comes to broadband internet providers. If you want broadband, and you are in a Comcast area, that is often your only choice. However, there are lots of options when it comes to TV with satellite and streaming providers...
  • Facebook staff 'flagged Cambridge Analytica fears earlier than thought'

    Facebook employees raised concerns about Cambridge Analytica's data-scraping practices three months earlier than thought, according to US court documents. A US-based employee warned colleagues about the activity in September 2015. Facebook had said it previously discovered the improper sharing of data on 87 million people three months later, in December...
  • Microsoft Defender ATP Antivirus Is Heading To macOS

    Although malware for macOS isn’t nearly as prevalent as it is on Windows devices, the platform is not immune to attacks. Apple has some limited built-in malware detection in macOS, but there are plenty of more robust options available for users who wanted added protection. Microsoft is the latest to...
  • Updated: TCL 75-inch 6-Series Roku Smart TV Is A Killer Deal At Best Buy For $1,500

    Updated 3/21/2019 @ 3:00pmBest Buy has puts its version of the TCL 75-inch 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED TV (75615) with IR remote on sale for a bargain $1,499 with free shipping. Original Story:Amazon has been offering smoking deals on TCL smart TVs over the last few months, and now the...
  • Intel Publishes Ice Lake Gen11 Graphics Architectural Details In New White Paper

    All of the buzz surrounding Intel's efforts in graphics right now is around the company's Odyssey towards its first modern discrete GPU, currently scheduled for release in 2020. That's understandable, but let's not forget that, in terms of market share, Intel's integrated graphics lead the pack. Intel's upcoming Gen11 graphics...
  • Millions of Facebook passwords exposed internally

    The passwords of millions of Facebook users were accessible by up to 20,000 employees of the social network, it has been reported. Security researcher Brian Krebs broke the news about data protection failures, which saw up to 600 million passwords stored in plain text. The passwords that were exposed could...
  • Huawei MateBook 13 review: Fantastic and flawed in equal measure

    Despite what's being said about the security issues surrounding its network technology, Huawei's consumer hardware has gone from strength to strength - particularly in Europe. Revenue from its Mate and P series of smartphones has grown 55% on the continent alone and in only three years of producing laptops, the...
  • Facebook Facepalm: Up To 600 Million User Passwords Were Stored In Plain Text

    Facebook just can’t seem to keep its nose clean with respect to security and user privacy. The latest blunder was first reported on by KrebsonSecurity, which discovered that the social networking giant was storing user account passwords in plain text instead of hashing them. What’s more troubling about this discovery is that the...
  • Amazon Unveils All-New Kindle With Adjustable Front Light For $90

    Heavy readers who are tired of looking at the glossy screen of a tablet or schlepping down to the local book store for new titles will appreciate Amazon's latest Kindle. It's simply called the all-new Kindle, and it's the first Kindle with a front light that retails for under $100...

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