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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Researcher Shares macOS Keychain Exploit With Apple Despite Bug Bounty Shutout

    Early last month a security researcher announced that he had discovered a severe bug in macOS that left passwords stored in keychain vulnerable. The catch was that the researcher, Linuz Henze, refused to share the flaw with Apple because he was unable to get paid for his work. While Apple...
  • Apex Legends Hits 50 Million Players In Just One Month, Leaving Fortnite In The Dust

    Do you hear that, folks? That’s the sound of potential growing concern over at Epic Games headquarters in Cary, NC. Respawn Entertainment co-founder Vince Zampella took to Twitter this morning to announce that Apex Legends has surpassed 50 million active users during its first month of availability. That is a...
  • Volvo Will Impose 112MPH Speed Limits For Its Vehicles, Considers Geofencing For Safety

    Maverick of Top Gun may have a need for speed, but Volvo drivers will not be able to ride on the highway to the danger zone. Volvo Cars plans to impose a top speed limit of 180 kph on all of its vehicles by 2020. The company hopes that this...
  • Window Lite Is Microsoft's Rumored Lightweight OS To Take On Google's Chromebooks

    Rumors are heating up that Microsoft is working on a stripped-down version of Windows 10 that would be as lightweight and nimble as Chrome OS, to compete in the same market. That market consists of Chromebooks, though Microsoft would also target dual-screen tablets, with new hardware potentially emerging sometime this...
  • Huawei Reportedly Prepping To Sue US Government Over Spying Hysteria

    Perhaps feeling as though it has been backed into a corner, Chinese telecom Huawei is preparing to sue the United States government over a defense bill that would further dissuade domestic companies from doing business with the company. The bill is the latest move in an ongoing effort to encourage...
  • USB4 Leverages Thunderbolt 3 Protocol Doubling Speeds To 40Gbps

    The USB Promotors Group has just officially announced the arrival of the USB4 specification, which will supersede the newly formed (and highly confusing) USB 3.2 protocol. USB4 promises to double the transfer speeds of USB 3.2 thanks in part to a critical move made by Intel. Intel has made its...
  • Google Project Zero Exposes Severe macOS XNU Kernel Flaw After Apple Inaction

    Through its Project Zero team, Google has appointed itself a vanguard of software security and accountability. As such, every so often Project Zero publicizes a security flaw that has gone unpatched for at least 90 days, sometimes at the contentious objection of the company it affects. This time it is...
  • Facebook Messenger Users Can Now Enable Dark Mode With This Emoji Trick

    Dark Mode seems to be all the rage these days with desktop and mobile operating systems (and their complementing apps), and now Facebook is getting in on the action. The social network giant has now included a new dark mode in its popular Messenger app, and it’s relatively easy to enable. ...
  • PS Vita: The end of Sony handheld gaming?

    Sony has officially ended production of its PS Vita games console. The handheld console has been gradually phased out over the past few years - and this weekend Sony announced it would be discontinuing the Vita's final two models. The PS Vita struggled against rival devices as well as a...
  • Sony Allegedly Giving Out Refunds To Some Anthem Players Due To Crashes

    Electronic Arts is having serious issues with Anthem right now, and many gamers are not happy at all. However, players are reporting that Sony has given them refunds for the game. The reason gamers are wanting refunds on Anthem has to do with PS4 console crashes caused by the game. One Reddit...

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