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Monthly archive May, 2018

How Secure Is Your Device? Five Most Common Password Fails Revealed

How Secure Is Your Device? Five Most Common Password Fails Revealed
Think your easy to remember password's secure enough? Think again! We live in an age where we need to be more careful... Read More →

Google Drops ‘Don’t Be Evil’ From Code Of Conduct

Google Drops ‘Don’t Be Evil’ From Code Of Conduct
News has emerged that Google’s famous “Don’t Be Evil” motto seems to have been quietly removed from its code of... Read More →

Russians May Have Hacked Hundreds Of Thousands of Routers Worldwide

Russians May Have Hacked Hundreds Of Thousands of Routers Worldwide
Reset your router and download updates now, urges FBI. The FBI has warned that Russian computer hackers are... Read More →

Software Review: Yandex Disk Cloud Storage

Software Review: Yandex Disk Cloud Storage
Flexible and convenient storage means you can access your files anywhere, anytime, and never lose an important document... Read More →

Amazon Lashes Out At Seattle ‘Head Tax’

Amazon Lashes Out At Seattle ‘Head Tax’
City council ruling causes anger within tech sector and beyond. Ever since Jeff Bezos grew his little online bookstore... Read More →

Ossic Headphones Kickstarter Pulls Plug Despite Raising Millions

Ossic Headphones Kickstarter Pulls Plug Despite Raising Millions
Desptie attracting more than 10,000 investors, the '3D audio headphone' project has come to an end.  After... Read More →
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Avant Browser: Often Overlooked Genius Alternative To Internet Explorer 

Avant Browser: Often Overlooked Genius Alternative To Internet Explorer 
Avant Browser is one of the most popular open source web browsers that most people have never heard... Read More →

Senators Call For FCC Investigation Of Their Identity Theft

Senators Call For FCC Investigation Of Their Identity Theft
Comments appear to have been made by bot accounts. The Federal Communications Commission has been in the public eye... Read More →

Google Chrome To Remove ‘Secure’ Label From HTTPS Sites

Google Chrome To Remove ‘Secure’ Label From HTTPS Sites
Google has announced that it will shortly begin to phase out the green lock "Secure" indicator next to URLs on... Read More →

Mugshots.com Website Owners Get Own Mugshots After Arrest

Mugshots.com Website Owners Get Own Mugshots After Arrest
The four alleged owners of the US website Mugshots.com, that publishes the photos of people shortly after they have... Read More →

UK Police Facial-Recognition Software Is Wrong 98% Of The Time

UK Police Facial-Recognition Software Is Wrong 98% Of The Time
A report published by the Independent newspaper has revealed that the expensive Facial Recognition Software being... Read More →

Are Bitcoins Killing The Planet?

Are Bitcoins Killing The Planet?
The energy required to mine a single Bitcoin has more than doubled in the last six months. Cryptocurrency has faced a... Read More →
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Security Flaw Opened Access To Ring Doorbells

Security Flaw Opened Access To Ring Doorbells
Connected doorbell vulnerability exposed.  Internet connected tech has worked its way into a lot of aspects of... Read More →

Staying Private In A Post-Cambridge Analytica World

Staying Private In A Post-Cambridge Analytica World
A guide to apps, data settings and how to keep your data private.  Whether you are looking to download software... Read More →

Ticketmaster Tests Facial Recognition Concert Tickets

Ticketmaster Tests Facial Recognition Concert Tickets
Ticketing big-hitter trials cutting-edge tech, but will it work? In what is perhaps the most useless application of... Read More →

KMPlayer Review: Brilliant Versatile Lightweight Media Player 

KMPlayer Review: Brilliant Versatile Lightweight Media Player 
Perfect for advanced users who want something different from the crowd, and a good choice for novices as... Read More →

Employees Banned From Using USB Drives At IBM…

Employees Banned From Using USB Drives At IBM…
... and all other removable media. IBM has announced to its workers that they are no longer allowed to use USB sticks... Read More →

Russian Hackers Target US Military Families

Russian Hackers Target US Military Families
New finding puts individual families in the cross-hairs in a terrifying way. The Russian hacking scandal is far from... Read More →