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Be Curious About Cybersecurity: Take Responsiblilty  for Your Personal Data

Be Curious About Cybersecurity: Take Responsiblilty for Your Personal Data

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), and one of the prongs in the three-section subject is for all computer users to “Own IT.” This implies remaining safe via web-based networking media, refreshing protection settings, and monitoring applications. Basically, clients need to take better responsibility for information and their online nearness as a componentRead more about Be Curious About Cybersecurity: Take Responsiblilty for Your Personal Data[…]

Cyber-criminals are threat to society

Cyber-criminals are threat to society

A ranking director at Eurofins, the UK’s greatest criminological administrations supplier which was hit by a digital assault in June, has cautioned the nation to “prepared itself” for further assaults. A ransomware infection tainted the company’s PC frameworks, lab work was suspended for seven weeks and police examinations and preliminaries were postponed. In his firstRead more about Cyber-criminals are threat to society[…]

Apple Have Removed Hong Kong Protesters’ Go-To App

Apple Have Removed Hong Kong Protesters’ Go-To App

After prompt allegations from the Chinese state, Apple has removed a app generating controversies from its store, saying it endangers police and residents in Hong Kong . HKmap.live works by crowdsourcing  reports from social media to detect where protests are being held in Hong Kong ,  location of the police, and extra information, such asRead more about Apple Have Removed Hong Kong Protesters’ Go-To App[…]

Windows 10 testers can now try beta apps without updating the entire OS

Windows 10 testers can now try beta apps without updating the entire OS

Microsoft is introducing a new option for Windows 10 testers this week, allowing them to access beta versions of built-in apps without having to install early operating system code. The software maker has been updating its built-in apps like mail and photos throughout its Windows 10 test periods, but you’d typically need to be onRead more about Windows 10 testers can now try beta apps without updating the entire OS[…]

The new ZenBook 13 includes discrete graphics in an ultraportable package

The new ZenBook 13 includes discrete graphics in an ultraportable package

We’re still waiting on Intel and AMD’s new partnership to help mainstream thin and light laptops with discrete graphics, but in the meantime Nvidia’s GeForce MX150 is the best blend of power and performance when portability is a priority. Asus now claims to have created the “thinnest laptop on the planet” to include discrete graphics: the ZenBookRead more about The new ZenBook 13 includes discrete graphics in an ultraportable package[…]

The Apple Watch can detect diabetes with an 85% accuracy, Cardiogram study says

The Apple Watch can detect diabetes with an 85% accuracy, Cardiogram study says

According to Cardiogram founder Brandon Ballinger’s latest clinical study, the Apple Watch can detect diabetes in those previously diagnosed with the disease with an 85 percent accuracy. The study is part of the larger DeepHeart study with Cardiogram and UCSF. This particular study used data from 14,000 Apple Watch users and was able to detectRead more about The Apple Watch can detect diabetes with an 85% accuracy, Cardiogram study says[…]

Apple sued for intentionally slowing older iPhones

Apple sued for intentionally slowing older iPhones

People who owned iPhone 6, 6s, and 6s Plus devices complained earlier this year that they were spontaneously shutting down, even though they had sufficient battery. This was usually happening during “peak current demands,” when you’d be doing something on your phone that required a burst of power — like in the middle of a game, orRead more about Apple sued for intentionally slowing older iPhones[…]