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Malicious Google Ads Pushing Fake IP Scanner Software with Hidden Backdoor

April 18, 2024

A new Google malvertising campaign is leveraging a cluster of domains mimicking a legitimate IP scanner software to deliver a previously unknown backdoor dubbed MadMxShell. “The threat actor registered multiple look-alike domains using a typosquatting technique and leveraged Google Ads […]


Google adds Gemini to databases to aid faster code development, migration

April 9, 2024

Google Cloud is adding capabilities driven by its proprietary large language model, Gemini to its database offerings, which include Bigtable, Spanner, Memorystore for Redis, Firestore, CloudSQL for MySQL, and AlloyDB for PostgreSQL, the company announced at its annual Next conference. […]


Red Magic launches Cooler 5 Pro with MagSafe support

April 2, 2024

Category: Gadgets, Mobile

The gaming brand Red Magic introduced a new cooler for mobile gaming enthusiasts called Cooler 5 Pro. The accessory supports MagSafe magnetic attachment but also come with a back clip, making it compatible with practically all smartphones. The Red Magic […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

A new Gmail feature could soon make it way easier to manage your subscriptions

April 15, 2024

Via: Techradar

Google is reportedly working on a new way to help users bring order to their messy Gmail accounts on mobile. Initially discovered by industry expert AssembleDebug, a “Manage Subscriptions” section will be added to the app’s sidebar menu, housing all […]


Data Science

What Is a Vector Database?

April 12, 2024

Via: Big Data Analytics News

Nowadays, more and more businesses use vector databases for their day-to-day processes. With this kind of technology, you can store and access large quantities of data in just about any format, ranging from text to images, videos, and audio content. […]


Gadgets, Mobile

Is VR trendy? US teens drive up AR/VR headset usage after Apple Vision Pro launch

April 10, 2024

Via: PhoneArena

The AR/VR headsets scene has long been viewed as a bit of a special interest area. Even when Apple rolled out its Vision Pro at the start of the year, expectations for a major market shake-up were slim. But, according […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD next-gen APUs reportedly sacrifice a larger cache for AI chips

April 10, 2024

Via: TechSpot

According to members of the Anandtech forums, AMD has significantly reduced cache size to accommodate large AI chips on upcoming Strix Point hardware. If the reports prove accurate, it would suggest that AMD and other processor vendors are placing considerable […]


Computing, Hardware

Google’s first Arm-based CPU will challenge Microsoft and Amazon in the AI race

April 9, 2024

Via: The Verge

Google is making its own custom Arm-based CPU to support its AI work in data centers and introducing a more powerful version of its Tensor Processing Units (TPU) AI chips. Google’s new Arm-based CPU, dubbed Axion, will be used to […]


Data Science

Python vs. R: Which One Is Right for Data Science Students?

April 9, 2024

Via: Big Data Analytics News

In data science, two programming languages stand at the forefront of innovation and debate: Python and R. Each has carved out its own niche in statistical analysis, data visualization, and machine learning, attracting students and professionals alike to their robust […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

TikTok’s US fate still uncertain, but EU politicians love the app

April 8, 2024

Via: PhoneArena

TikTok’s popularity among European politicians rises despite security fears, reads a recent report by Reuters. And can you blame them? After all, politicians care about votes: and if you want votes, you need young people. If you need young people […]