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  • NHS 'could have prevented' WannaCry ransomware attack

    NHS trusts were left vulnerable in a major ransomware attack in May because cyber-security recommendations were not followed, a government report has said. More than a third of trusts in England were disrupted by the WannaCry ransomware, according to the National Audit Office (NAO). At least 6,900 NHS appointments were...
  • Amazon Discounts LG G6 And G6 Plus With Ad-Supported Prime Exclusive Phones Promo

    Amazon launched its Prime Exclusive Phones program for people who dislike smartphone contracts and prefer to buy a device outright, unlocked for a reduced price. In the past, Blu has been on that program and was booted from Amazon due to spyware concerns, only to return shortly after. Buyers can now...
  • Microsoft Reportedly Developing Folding Surface Tablet Reviving Famed Courier Concept

    Before Apple's iPad first burst onto the tablet scene in 2010, a leaked Microsoft concept generated a lot of buzz in the enthusiast community. Called Courier (pictured above), the tablet featured dual displays attached to a folding hinge, along with touch and pen input. However, Microsoft never went forward with...
  • Twitter bans RT and Sputnik ads amid election interference fears

    Twitter is banning two of Russia's biggest media outlets from buying advertising amid fears they attempted to interfere with the 2016 US election. The ban on advertising from Russia Today (RT) and Sputnik, and all linked accounts, was "effective immediately". US authorities say both act as "a platform for Kremlin...
  • ARM Rides AI Wave With New Machine Learning Group

    There is a ton of attention being paid to artificial intelligence and machine learning in the tech industry at the moment, encompassing a variety of fields, everything from digital assistants in smartphones and other gadgets, to self-driving vehicles, and more. It is no surprise, then, that chipmaker ARM has gone...
  • Amazon Announces Paid Subscriptions To Help Devs Monetize Alexa Skills

    Amazon seems to have struck gold with its push into smart speaker territory. The company's digital assistant, dubbed Alexa, is every bit as recognizable as Siri, and Amazon's been able to monetize its AI assistant across a growing line of products. Now third-party developers will get their chance. Amazon is...
  • Datrium gets Flash End-to-End in its server/shared hybrid DVX NVMe

    NVMe-focused storage hardware maker Datrium has upgraded its DVX products to include flash in host and main storage nodes. With so-called Flash End-to-End, Datrium gives customers the option to populate its shared bulk storage nodes with all-flash storage. This contrasts with Datrium’s existing hardware offering, which sees NVMe flash cards...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Announced To Battle AMD Radeon RX Vega 56

    We can finally stop talking about the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti as a speculative release based on leaks and rumors. Following several weeks of bread crumbs teasing the card's launch, NVIDIA this morning made the new card official, and is even accepting pre-orders for it on the company's website. The...
  • Nazi forums closed as Reddit purges 'violent content'

    Reddit has closed down several extremist forums after updating its policy regarding violent content. The newly banned and removed pages include r/NationalSocialism, r/Nazi, r/whitesarecriminals and r/far_right. Reddit's new policy says: "Do not post content that encourages, glorifies, incites, or calls for violence or physical harm against an individual or a...
  • Dell web address swiped by third party

    A web address used by recovery software on Dell PCs was taken over by a third-party after a contractor apparently failed to renew it. The software checks the domain periodically, so whoever snapped it up could have distributed malware through it. Security expert and author Brian Krebs - who first...

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