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Monthly archive January, 2018

Dodgy Downloads – What to Look Out For

Dodgy Downloads – What to Look Out For
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Protect yourself from dubious downloads with our handy guide to staying safe online.  The internet's great, isn't... Read More →

Hospitals Turn To Tech To Shut Down Big Pharma

Hospitals Turn To Tech To Shut Down Big Pharma
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High prices and stock shortages prompt hospitals to make their own drugs. In the US, it costs big money to avoid... Read More →

CoinCheck To Refund Crypto Customers After Massive Hack

CoinCheck To Refund Crypto Customers After Massive Hack
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Around 260,000 CoinCheck customers, mostly based in Japan, are said to have been affected by one of the largest... Read More →

X Prize or Ex-Prize? Google Stops Short Of the Moon

X Prize or Ex-Prize? Google Stops Short Of the Moon
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Google's $30 million Moon race ends with no winner. There's an important deadline looming, one that not even the best... Read More →

Hacking Insurance Is Newest Business Expense

Hacking Insurance Is Newest Business Expense
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Firms are buying insurance 'in mad panic' as cyber-attacks soar. Companies of every size have standard expenses. It... Read More →

Microsoft CEO: World Needs Quantum Computers

Microsoft CEO: World Needs Quantum Computers
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Satya Nadella warns world is quickly "running our of computing capacity". In a key note speech at the World... Read More →
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Data-Stealing Malware ‘Traced To Lebanon’

Data-Stealing Malware ‘Traced To Lebanon’
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Researchers claim malware that exploits security bugs has been traced back to a Lebanese government building. The... Read More →

Twitch Spammer Faces Criminal Charges In Canada

Twitch Spammer Faces Criminal Charges In Canada
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A Canadian man accused of spamming the popular streaming site ‘Twitch’ with a torrent of racist and homophobic... Read More →

Amazon Opens Supermarket Without Checkouts

Amazon Opens Supermarket Without Checkouts
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Get your groceries and go: Amazon debuts "Go" store with no cashiers or checkout lines. In a move that could... Read More →

Intel Warns Not To Install Its Own Chip Patch

Intel Warns Not To Install Its Own Chip Patch
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Processor maker tells users to stop installing patches following Meltdown and Spectre security flaws. Earlier this... Read More →

US Govt Bill Would Ban Huawei And ZTE Mobile Phones

US Govt Bill Would Ban Huawei And ZTE Mobile Phones
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Bill introduced following security concerns around Chinese companies' possible links with government. Texas... Read More →

Movavi Photo Editor Proves There’s More To Life Than Photoshop

Movavi Photo Editor Proves There’s More To Life Than Photoshop
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We review Movavi Photo Editor 5.1.0 -  get creative with this fun, smart, and simple image editing program,... Read More →
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Top Tech Execs Limit Kids’ Screen Time

Top Tech Execs Limit Kids’ Screen Time
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Apple CEO Tim Cook and Microsoft founder Bill Gates raise concerns on youngters' use of tech and social media It's not... Read More →

MAC vs PC – Which Is Right For You?

MAC vs PC – Which Is Right For You?
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Each camp provokes fierce loyalty and arguements in equal measure. We weigh up the pros and cons of each to help you... Read More →

Ford The Latest To Enter EV Auto Race

Ford The Latest To Enter EV Auto Race
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Car maker to boost investment in electric cars to $11bn by 2022. Some high-profile names have committed to venturing... Read More →

Children’s Apps Found To Be Filled With Porn Malware

Children’s Apps Found To Be Filled With Porn Malware
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Malware displaying pornographic ads discovered in game apps on Google Play. Be careful what you download, especially... Read More →

Drone Saves Australian Swimmers in ‘World First’ Rescue

Drone Saves Australian Swimmers in ‘World First’ Rescue
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Two teenage boys were dramatically rescued by a brand new lifesaving drone in Australia this week... while lifeguards... Read More →

Apple To Give iPhone Users Option To Turn Off ‘Feature’ That Slows Older Devices

Apple To Give iPhone Users Option To Turn Off ‘Feature’ That Slows Older Devices
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Apple has announced that a new update later this year will allow the users of older models of iPhones to turn off the... Read More →