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  • Android O To Make Software Updates Easier And Faster For OEMs

    Google is working on speeding up the release of Android updates. “Project Treble”, a feature inside Android O, will allow manufacturers to update their devices without having to wait for chip partners. Project Treble is essentially a vendor interface that will lie between the Android OS framework and the individual...
  • Global cyber-attack: Security blogger halts ransomware 'by accident'

    Media playback is unsupported on your device A security researcher has told the BBC how he "accidentally" halted the spread of ransomware affecting hundreds of organisations, including the UK's NHS. The man, known online as MalwareTech, was analysing the code behind the malware on Friday night when he made his...
  • Microsoft Issues Rare Windows XP Patch Following Global WannaCrypt Ransomware Outbreak

    Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP several years ago, though because some users and businesses (including government agencies) are still clinging to the legacy operating system, it has been known to release patches for more serious security threats. It does not happen often, but it does happen. Case in point, Microsoft...
  • Cyber-attack: Europol says it was unprecedented in scale

    A cyber-attack that hit organisations worldwide including the UK's National Health Service was "unprecedented", Europe's police agency says. Europol also warned a "complex international investigation" was required "to identify the culprits". Ransomware encrypted data on at least 75,000 systems in 99 countries on Friday. Payments were demanded for access to...
  • Monster Intel 12-Core i9-7920X Leaked With Skylake-X And Kaby Lake-X Family Details

    We’ve been talking up Intel’s upcoming High-End Desktop (HEDT) processor family for the past few weeks. Each report has shed just a little bit more insight into Kaby Lake-X, Skylake-X and the X299 chipset that will support the processors. Today, we’re being presented with the motherlode of information on the...
  • Dell And Nike Showcase Why AR And VR Are The Future Of Design At Dell EMC World

    For most folks, VR (Virtual Reality) and AR (Augmented Reality) may sound like all fun and games. However, at Dell EMC World in Las Vegas this week, Nike demonstrated with the help of Dell Technologies, why AR, VR and supportive input technologies like Haptics, will be the future of industrial design...
  • Apple iPhone 8 Could Cost $999 With 128GB Of Storage Claims Analyst

    Apple’s flagship iPhone models have never been thought of as “affordable”, and that may be even more apparent with the upcoming iPhone 8. According to research note from Goldman Sachs analyst Simona Jankowski, the iPhone 8 could start at a wallet-busting $999. Not surprisingly, this isn’t the first time that...
  • UK National Health Service Suffers Crippling Wanna Decryptor Ransomware Attack

    Last fall, we reported on a somewhat humorous report of a mere "reply all" email that managed to bring down email servers of the UK's National Health Service.  Unfortunately, we have something a bit more severe to report on today: an all-out cyberattack against the NHS. At some point today...
  • Windows 10 On ARM To Universally Support All X86 Apps Even Outside Of Windows Store

    With all the attention surrounding Windows 10 S right now, it’s easy to forget that Microsoft has another variant of Windows 10 arriving later this year. In late 2016, Microsoft announced that it is working on a Windows 10 SKU that will run natively on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors. In a...
  • Ransomware attacks reported in Europe

    A massive ransomware campaign appears to have attacked a number of organisations across Europe. Screenshots of a well known program that locks computers and demands a payment in Bitcoin have been shared online by parties claiming to be affected. There have been reports of infections in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Russia...

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