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Monthly Archives: October 2019

  • Banks pull Samsung S10 apps over security flaw

    RBS and its sister bank Natwest have pulled their apps for the Samsung Galaxy S10 after a security flaw was found on the phone. Last week, users found the device could be unlocked by anyone via its fingerprint authentication system when used with certain screen protectors. S10 owners will be...
  • Samsung Debuts Exynos 990 7nm EUV SoC And Exynos 5G Modem Bound For Galaxy S11

    Samsung Electronics recently held its Tech Day 2019, and at the event, it rolled out a pair of new silicon products. The smartphone maker says that both are tailored for future mobile devices that will make intensive use of video and AI along with supporting 5G communications. One of the...
  • 2.5 Geeks: LG G8X, XPS 13, Pixel 4 vs Note 10, Wireless HDMI, Killer Gaming PC Giveaway!

    On this episode of HotHardware's 2.5 Geeks Marco, Dave, Brittany and Chris chat about the interesting, new LG G8X ThingQ with dual screen option, Dell’s sweet XPS 13 with Intel Ice Lake, lag-free wireless HDMI from the Nyrius Aries Pro, our Pixel 4 versus Galaxy Note 10 camera shootout, and...
  • Key storage choices: Cloud vs tape for archive storage?

    Tape is the Mark Twain of data storage: reports of its death are certainly exaggerated. Tape continues to play a role in the enterprise, and not just because it is a tried and tested technology in backup and archive. Tape has attributes that set it apart from other media. This...
  • Total saves £95,000 a year with Nutanix hyper-converged

    Total Gas & Power has replaced ageing storage hardware with about 500TB of Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure in a move that has allowed it to slash management time, simplify IT team structure and support a move towards DevOps. The company has saved more than £95,000 a year in maintenance, support and...
  • Endpoint security is a procurement issue, says HP, IDC study

    More than one-fifth of UK businesses are failing to include security requirements in their requests for proposals (RFPs) or tenders when setting out to procure new endpoints, and one-third of businesses are failing to include printers in their endpoint security considerations, according to a new study by HP Inc with...
  • OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Lands As T-Mobile Exclusive

    T-Mobile has some good news for fans of the OnePlus line of smartphones. The OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is coming to the United States as a T-Mobile exclusive and will take advantage of the carrier’s 5G network. T-Mobile promises that its 5G network will cover 200 million people around...
  • NVIDIA Targets Minecraft RTX 1080p/60FPS With GeForce RTX 2060

    A few months ago, NVIDIA dropped a bombshell on us with the revelation that it's working with Microsoft on a real-time ray traced version of the widely popular game Minecraft. Leveraging the dedicated hardware included on Turing-based graphics cards like the GeForce RTX series, NVIDIA is promising some rather dramatic visual upgrades...
  • Facebook's Zuckerberg grilled over Libra currency plan

    Mark Zuckerberg has tried to reassure sceptical lawmakers about the safety of Facebook's new digital currency, Libra. At a fractious hearing in Washington, members of congress attacked plans for the payment system, warning it could be abused by criminals and terrorists. Mr Zuckerberg was also questioned over claims he had...
  • BBC News launches 'dark web' Tor mirror

    The BBC has made its international news website available via Tor, in a bid to thwart censorship attempts. Tor is a privacy-focused web browser used to access pages on the dark web. The browser can obscure who is using it and what data is being accessed, which can help people...

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