Monthly Archives: September 2021

  • Researchers find Apple Pay, Visa contactless hack

    An attacker could bypass the iPhone lock screen and make large payments above the contactless limit. Go to Source
  • Amazon announces Astro the home robot

    Astro can patrol the home when you're not there, or be remotely controlled. Go to Source
  • Steam, Epic, GOG Accounts Targeted By Ruthless BloodyStealer Trojan

    Do you still think of video games as kids' stuff? A surprising number of people are still of the mindset that video games are small-time, but the reality is that last year, per IDC data, video games drew more revenue ($179 billion) than both films and professional sports combined ($175...
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga review: Slim, light, but only alright

    Everyone knows the Lenovo ThinkPad. It’s the iconic business notebook, and has been a recognisable force for decades. The company has kept producing great machines as the laptop market has diversified, and the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga is its latest attempt to embrace the future while maintaining classic ThinkPad design...
  • Security boost in Windows 11 limits PC reuse

    Data from Lansweeper has found that almost a fifth of PCs will be unable to run Microsoft’s newest operating system (OS), Windows 11. Although it can be manually installed on any PC, Windows 11 is only certified to run on equipment with processors less than four years old. An automatic...
  • Facebook Files: 5 things leaked documents reveal

    "For a service that is 90% outside of the United States - and one that has had enormous impact, in a very negative way, on the politics of countries like the Philippines, Poland, Brazil, Hungary, Turkey - they are not doing anything to remediate all that." Go to Source
  • Galaxy S22 Ultra Pays Homage To Galaxy Note, Rocks Wild Rear Cameras In New Renders

    Though we are still quite some time from the launch of any new flagship Galaxy smartphone, some leaks have sprung from the Samsung well. Earlier this week, we heard about the new Galaxy S22 Ultra and how it may take over the role of the Galaxy Note line. Now, we...
  • Microsoft unveils new Surface Pro, Go, Duo and Studio devices

    Microsoft has today unveiled a series of new additions to its Surface family of first-party devices, including the Surface Pro 8, the Surface Go 3, the Surface Duo 2 and an all-new product, the Surface Laptop Studio. Revealed in a livestreamed event, the new products have been designed from the...
  • IBM ramps up quantum education initiative

    Education is a key theme of IBM’s long-term plan to build out quantum computing. The company used London’s Quantum Summit event to launch its Quantum Accelerator programme, which it said would offer services that support forward-thinking organisations along the path to quantum advantage – the point at which quantum technologies...
  • Extremists using video-game chats to spread hate

    Campaigners say including extremist narratives among everyday conversations can be a pathway to radicalisation. Go to Source

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