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GigaRefurb - Tech News

  • Gadgets can be hacked to produce 'dangerous' sounds, says researcher

    Many modern gadgets can be hacked to produce deafening and disorienting sounds, research has revealed. Security researcher Matt Wixey found a range of devices had little protection to stop themselves being turned into "offensive" low-grade, cyber-weapons. Mr Wixey tested laptops, mobile phones, headphones, a PA system and several types of...
  • Teen Hacker Discovers Bugs In Education Software Exposing Millions Of Student Records

    From security officers to guest sign-ins, schools employ several tools to keep their physical campuses safe. However, is student data also secure? A teen hacker recently uncovered vulnerabilities in two education software programs that could have affected over five million students. Bill Demirkapi is a high school senior in Lexington...
  • Apple May Use iPhone Pro Branding For 2019 Models Launching In September

    A new rumor is making the rounds that claims Apple will change the branding for its high-end iPhone line this year. Leaker CoinX posted via Twitter that the naming convention for the iPhone for 2019 will include "Pro" hinting that high-end versions of the smartphone might be called the iPhone...
  • LG Patents Intriguing Z-Folding Smartphone Design With Two Display Panels

    LG has a new patent that was granted in China for a smartphone that goes beyond what the folding screen devices we have seen so far offer. The patent shows a device that has a folding screen in the middle with no seam, similar to what Samsung did with the...
  • Relentless AMD Completes Zen 3 Design To Take On Intel In 2020, Zen 4 Is Next

    Here is some bad new for Intel—rival AMD is not resting on its laurels. Having just ported its Zen 2 architecture over to its EPYC processor line for servers, AMD took the opportunity during the launch event to briefly discuss its future roadmap, noting that the design phase for its...
  • These Apps Might Block Robocalls, But May Also Be Leaking Your Private Data

    Mobile phones are ubiquitous these days, and both spammers and scammers have responded by targeting these devices with robocalls—chances are, the IRS is not really after you, despite what that automated voice recording may have said. One way to fight back is with an app designed to block robocalls. However...
  • Gears 5 Goes Gold As Devs Unveil Full Achievement List

    The Coalition and Xbox have announced that the game Gears 5 has gone gold ahead of its launch next month. The game going gold is a big deal for the developers as it means that the game disc has been released to manufacturing so everyone can play it on September...
  • Google Maps Gets AR Directions And 'Your Places' Overhaul

    Google Maps has new features that are aimed at making it easier to stay organized and to find your way when walking around on vacation or for business. One of the updates makes it easier for travelers to have all their reservations for air travel and hotel in one place...
  • Samsung Galaxy Home Bixby Smart Speaker Still Isn't For Sale One Year After Unveil

    Galaxy Home, where are you? Samsung first announced its Galaxy Home smart speaker a year ago today, and it still hasn't not been released to the public. Back in February 2019, Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh said that the Galaxy Home would launch in April. Then in June, Samsung revised its...
  • Amazon Alexa devices made by Chinese teens 'working through night' - reports

    Amazon has pledged to investigate allegations that hundreds of teenagers are working illegal hours at a Chinese factory producing its Alexa devices. A new report by China Labor Watch claims more than 1,500 "interns" were manufacturing the smart assistants at a factory run by supplier Foxconn. The teenagers, aged between...

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