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Monthly archive September, 2016

AI Is Everywhere, But Is It A Good Thing?

AI Is Everywhere, But Is It A Good Thing?
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From toothbrushes that sense your general oral health to refrigerators that learn how much milk is left for your next... Read More →

Russia Blocks More Porn Sites, including Youporn and Pornhub

Russia Blocks More Porn Sites, including Youporn and Pornhub
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Pornhub.com and Youporn.com, two of the world’s largest adult websites in the world are to be blocked by the Russian... Read More →

Hackers Learning How To Shut Down Internet

Hackers Learning How To Shut Down Internet
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A security expert has warned that a group of hackers is attempting to see if it’s possible to bring down the internet... Read More →

Are You Ready For iOS10?

Are You Ready For iOS10?
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If you don't plan to shell out the big bucks for a brand-new iPhone--the one that notoriously doesn't have a headphone... Read More →

EU Wants Free WI-FI For All By 2020

EU Wants Free WI-FI For All By 2020
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Free WIFI for everyone was just one of the major proposals from the European Commission annual State of the European... Read More →

In With The Old: Macro-Based Malware Is Back

In With The Old: Macro-Based Malware Is Back
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As if IT guys and cybersecurity pros didn't have enough to worry about, some of the old tactics for spreading malicious... Read More →

AI Just Became More Human

AI Just Became More Human
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The first really great “bad” computer voice had to be Joshua from War Games (1983). Before that, actors dubbing voice over spouted nasally, monotone lines (“Danger, Will Robinson!”) to make Read More →

Tesla Says Upgraded Autopilot Will Improve Safety

Tesla Says Upgraded Autopilot Will Improve Safety
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Tesla has announced a number of software upgrades to its semi-autonomous cars that will be installed into all existing... Read More →

Seagate Sued By Staff After Phishing Data Leak

Seagate Sued By Staff After Phishing Data Leak
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Seagate the hardware manufacturer most well-known for making hard drives for computers is this week facing down a... Read More →

Chrome Update Will Flag Unsecured Shopping Sites

Chrome Update Will Flag Unsecured Shopping Sites
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If you’ve paused to read this article, you’re probably already “in the know” when it comes to the distinction between HTTP and HTTPS. Ideally, you look for the tiny but Read More →

WPS Office 2016 – All Your Office Tools In One Place!

WPS Office 2016 – All Your Office Tools In One Place!
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Not too many years ago, the world was plagued with a compatibility issue that had the power to stop business in its... Read More →

Facebook Co-Founder Donates $20 million to Clinton Campaign

Facebook Co-Founder Donates $20 million to Clinton Campaign
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Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of social media giant, Facebook, has given a 'number of organisations' a $20,000,000... Read More →

Airbnb To Combat Inherent Discrimination By Hosts

Airbnb To Combat Inherent Discrimination By Hosts
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Online accommodation site, Airbnb, has published an in depth report about the racial discrimination and prejudice that... Read More →

Concerns Over Medical Software Security

Concerns Over Medical Software Security
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With record numbers of hacking events and data breaches exposing hundreds of millions of individuals' personal... Read More →

Nest Just Got Smarter…And Creepier

Nest Just Got Smarter…And Creepier
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Google re-acquired its own Nest thermostat back from its parents company, Alphabet, earlier this year (it makes sense... Read More →

EU Considers Relaxing Broadband Regulations For Telecom Companies

EU Considers Relaxing Broadband Regulations For Telecom Companies
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The EU may be considering slashing the regulations that Internet Service Providers have to abide by in order to... Read More →

98M Russian Email Accounts Hacked

98M Russian Email Accounts Hacked
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Just when everyone likes to point this finger at Russian hacker groups for some of the recent major-scale data... Read More →

Hack Sees 800,000 Brazzers Porn Site Accounts Released

Hack Sees 800,000 Brazzers Porn Site Accounts Released
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The names of almost 800,000 registered users of porn site Brazzers have been exposed in a data breach...Kind of. The... Read More →