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Monthly Archives: September 2020

  • NHS Covid-19 app: One million downloads of contact tracer for England and Wales

    *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> By Leo Kelion & Rory Cellan-JonesTechnology reporters Related Topics *{margin:calc(0.5rem / 2);}]]> Coronavirus pandemic *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> More than one million people have downloaded the government's contact-tracing app for England and Wales within its first day of release. NHS Covid-19 instructs users to self-isolate for 14 days...
  • Intel Tiger Canyon NUC 11 Pro Leaks With 11th Gen Tiger Lake And Xe Graphics Onboard

    It is a safe bet that Intel will update its Next Unit of Computing (NUC) family with Tiger Lake at some point, as there have been a few leaks showcasing them already. The latest one is a supposed promotional document outlining some keys specifications and features. It also offers up...
  • Top five ways backup can protect against ransomware

    Ransomware is today’s fastest-growing cyber crime threat. According to security supplier Trustwave, ransomware attacks outstripped payment card information theft last year. Meanwhile, Research by Sophos has found that half of organisations were attacked by ransomware in 2019 and in almost 75% of cases, the attackers were able to encrypt data...
  • Google Pixel 5 Android 11 Flagship Renders Leak, 6-Inch 90Hz FHD+ Display And SD765G Confirmed

    We’re roughly a week away from when Google is set to unveil its new Pixel 5 flagship, and the lesser Pixel 4a (5G). However, unlike previous years, Google is not using a top-of-the-line Qualcomm SoC for its flagship, which means that we won’t see the Snapdragon 865 or Snapdragon 865...
  • Microsoft Announces Fresh Accessories For Next-Gen Xbox Series X/S Consoles

    At this point in time, we have learned and written about many of the details of the upcoming Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles. Nevertheless, what do we know about the necessary accessories for these new consoles? Microsoft has just introduced their full line-up of next generation accessories...
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G Expands Availability Of 5G Connectivity For Mid-Range Phones

    Qualcomm is expanding its Snapdragon family yet again, and it’s doing so with another 7-Series chip with integrated 5G connectivity. Called the Snapdragon 750G, this SoC will find its way into a slew of upcoming mid-range smartphones in the coming months. In the grand scheme of things, the Snapdragon 750G...
  • Activision Denies Reports That 500,000 Call Of Duty Accounts Have Been Hacked

    As it turns out, the "biggest hack in Call of Duty history," as a now-deleted Twitter account claimed yesterday, did not actually happen, according to a statement issued by Activision. News of the supposed hack spread through social media when a few prominent content creators latched onto the rumor and...
  • Custom GeForce RTX 3090 Ampere Cards Could Be Rare And Expensive According To Newegg Price Leak

    It remains to be seen what the demand will be like for NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card, the big daddy of the GeForce RTX 30 series. What I can say is that pricing will start at $1,499, as NVIDIA has already announced. However, some of the custom models...
  • Samsung SSD 980 Pro Review: Blazing Fast PCIe 4.0 Storage

    We first caught a glimpse of the Samsung SSD 980 Pro all the way back at CES in early January. The highly-anticipated drive was tucked away in a display case in Samsung’s massive booth on the show floor, but other than the branding, some early expected performance data, and the...
  • Dark net drugs raid leads to 179 arrests

    *:not([hidden]):not(style) ~ *:not([hidden]):not(style){margin-top:1rem;}]]> Police forces around the world have seized more than $6.5m (£5m) in cash and virtual currencies, as well as drugs and guns in a co-ordinated raid on dark net marketplaces. Some 179 people were arrested across Europe and the US, and 500kg (1,102lb) of drugs and 64...

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