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Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • BT to charge people £50 for keeping old wi-fi routers

    Broadband provider BT will charge new customers up to £50 if they do not send their router back at the end of their contract, in an effort to reduce waste. Since December, BT's contracts have stated that the company retains ownership of the wi-fi routers and TV set-top boxes it...
  • Microsoft issues second 'final' Windows 7 update

    Microsoft has issued a fresh update for Windows 7, just days after it said it would provide no more patches for the ageing operating system. It made the U-turn after it emerged there was a bug in its "final" patch. It caused "wallpaper issues" for users who configured their computers...
  • Podcast: How to boost staff awareness of compliance

    In this podcast, we look at staff awareness of compliance. We talk about what staff need to know and how to ensure your people are as well-informed as they need to be about laws and regulations that affect the way your organisation handles data. We talk with Mathieu Gorge, CEO...
  • NZXT Releases The Kraken Z-3 Liquid Cooler With Swank Customizable Animated GIF Bling

    RGB lighting effects have completely taken over the PC gaming scene for the past 10+ years, and you can now find components of every sort decked out with LEDs. Everything from memory, to CPU coolers, to graphics cards, to keyboards, to motherboards can light up in just about any hue...
  • Facebook Promises More Granular Control Over User Privacy Settings

    Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg published an article today that says one of the main goals of the social network in 2020 is to build "much stronger privacy protections for everyone on Facebook." Zuckerberg says that Facebook knows it has a lot of work to do in that realm...
  • Apex Legends Straight Up Murders Forge Before He Enters The Game

    It has been a while since we talked about Apex Legends and its developer Respawn Entertainment. It appears that Respawn has just trolled the fanbase of Apex Legends by announcing the next Legend as a character named Forge. The video introduces Forge, who is supposed to be a champion MMA...
  • Here's Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip With Snapdragon 855+, 6.7-inch Folding Display Leaked In Official Photos

    Although its name has been somewhat of a mystery until now -- we've heard Galaxy Fold 2, Galaxy Bloom, and now Galaxy Z Flip -- there's no question that we're now getting a good look at the smartphone that Samsung plans to launch early next month. Here's the Galaxy Z Flip...
  • Google Nest Hub Two For $100 Hot Deal Returns For A Limited Time

    When it comes to the smart speaker market in the United States, there's Amazon, Google... and everyone else. Amazon kicked off the festivities with the original Echo, and Google followed up with the Home. Now, both companies have multiple display-equipped smart speakers, including Google's Nest Hub. Today, Best Buy is...
  • See How NBA 2K20 Is Honoring Basketball Legend Kobe Bryant After His Tragic Death

    The sports world is reeling from the tragic loss of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven other people who perished over the weekend when a helicopter they were riding in crashed into a hillside in Calabasas, California. It doesn't matter if you are religious or an...
  • New CacheOut Attack Targets Intel CPUs, Leaks Data From VMs And Secure Enclave

    Researchers have dubbed a newly discovered vulnerability affecting Intel CPUs as CacheOut (how bout dah?), noting it can "violate nearly every hardware-based security domain, leaking data from the OS kernel, co-resident virtual machines, and even SGX enclaves." As you might have guessed, this is yet another speculative execution flaw somewhat...

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