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Monthly archive June, 2017

Apple Defends Claims That It Violated Consumer Law

Apple Defends Claims That It Violated Consumer Law
Case brought against Apple in Australia by ACCC. Consumer protection laws are tricky, and as such they can vary widely... Read More →

Court Rules Google Must Block Some Search Results

Court Rules Google Must Block Some Search Results
Canada’s Supreme Court ruling latest blow for Google. In the same week that the Alphabet subsidiary was fined a... Read More →

Amazon Files Patent To Block Comparison Shopping In Its Stores

Amazon Files Patent To Block Comparison Shopping In Its Stores
Applies to its physical bricks and mortar stores. Amazon filed a patent on May 30 to block shoppers in its physical... Read More →

Top 5 Alternative PDF Converters And Readers

Top 5 Alternative PDF Converters And Readers
There's more to Portable Document Format manipulation than Adobe Acrobat. There’s no getting away from it, Adobe... Read More →

Firefox Creators Mozilla Launch $2M Prize To Decentralize The Web

Firefox Creators Mozilla Launch $2M Prize To Decentralize The Web
Initiative could change the face of the internet. No that’s right, the not for profit organization, Mozilla,... Read More →

Google Hit With Record $2.7bn EU Fine Over Shopping Search Results

Google Hit With Record $2.7bn EU Fine Over Shopping Search Results
Company found to have promoted its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results. Alphabet subsidiary,... Read More →
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Opera Browser 46: Getting Better All The Time

Opera Browser 46: Getting Better All The Time
We review the latest stable update of the popular Opera web browser. The latest stable update for Opera browser is... Read More →

Facebook Claims To Hit Back At Terrorism

Facebook Claims To Hit Back At Terrorism
Promises to take active approach to preventing on-site activity. Another day, another headline about a terrorist... Read More →

UK Parliament Hacked By Foreign Operatives

UK Parliament Hacked By Foreign Operatives
Email accounts of MPs, peers, and staff were compromised during the cyber-attack. In what is already being blamed as a... Read More →

Latest Avast Antivirus Features New Ransomware Shield

Latest Avast Antivirus Features New Ransomware Shield
Avast Internet Security and Avast Premier now offer enhanced security.  In response to the growing... Read More →

iPhone 8 Features Rumored Ahead Of Fall Launch

iPhone 8 Features Rumored Ahead Of Fall Launch
The most accurate sneak peek yet at Apple's flagship phone. There are already so many rumors swirling about the... Read More →

DDoS Attack Hits Skype

DDoS Attack Hits Skype
Attack by CyberTeam proves DDoS is still a threat. Users who were experiencing frustration with Skype last week... Read More →
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Russians Hackers Are “Patriotic” According To Putin

Russians Hackers Are “Patriotic” According To Putin
Putin says patriotic Russians may be involved in hacking. Recent announcements have shed new light on the great... Read More →

Australian Cops Cancel 590 Speeding Tickets In Wake Of WannaCry Attack

Australian Cops Cancel 590 Speeding Tickets In Wake Of WannaCry Attack
Drivers have lucky escape thanks to ransomeware.  Police in Victoria, Australia, have taken... Read More →

Time’s Running Out On Those Amazon Credits

Time’s Running Out On Those Amazon Credits
Deadline to use credits following Apple lawsuit is June 24. If you remember the great digital publishing shakeup a few... Read More →

Top 5 IP And Network Scanners

Top 5 IP And Network Scanners
Scan networks, ports, servers, devices and more. Whether you’re a network administrator who needs detailed insight,... Read More →

Uber CEO Kalanick Resigns

Uber CEO Kalanick Resigns
Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick makes his temporary leave of absence permanent and resigns as chief... Read More →

Firm Pays Record-Setting $1M Hacker Ransom

Firm Pays Record-Setting $1M Hacker Ransom
Web-hosting firm Nayana pays to unlock frozen computers. The cybersecurity industry has tracked a sizeable... Read More →