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Cybersecurity, Security

CISO Perspectives on Complying with Cybersecurity Regulations

April 5, 2024

Via: The Hacker News

Compliance requirements are meant to increase cybersecurity transparency and accountability. As cyber threats increase, so do the number of compliance frameworks and the specificity of the security controls, policies, and activities they include. For CISOs and their teams, that means […]


Computing, Operating Systems

How much will it cost to keep Windows 10 alive next year? You’ll have to wait to find out

April 4, 2024

Via: Techradar

Microsoft is keeping its cards close to its chest regarding how much consumers will need to pay if they want to keep Windows 10 support alive when it officially runs out in October 2025. Windows Latest noticed that Microsoft penned […]


Gadgets, Mobile

Welcome to the AI gadget era

April 3, 2024

Via: The Verge

I’m just going to call it: we’ll look back on April 2024 as the beginning of a new technological era. That sounds grandiose, I know, but in the next few weeks, a whole new generation of gadgets is poised to […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD Zen 5 CPUs could be nearly ready – which would be a big problem for Intel

April 3, 2024

Via: Techradar

AMD’s Zen 5 processors might be with us sooner than expected, or at least a new development has given us fresh hope this could be the case. Regular hardware leaker HXL brought this to our attention on X (formerly Twitter) […]


Hacking, Security

China-linked Hackers Deploy New ‘UNAPIMON’ Malware for Stealthy Operations

April 2, 2024

Via: The Hacker News

A threat activity cluster tracked as Earth Freybug has been observed using a new malware called UNAPIMON to fly under the radar. “Earth Freybug is a cyberthreat group that has been active since at least 2012 that focuses on espionage […]


Gadgets, Mobile

Red Magic launches Cooler 5 Pro with MagSafe support

April 2, 2024

Via: GSMArena.com

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 […]


Cybersecurity, Security

House of Representatives bans the use of Copilot over security concerns

April 1, 2024

Via: TechSpot

In guidance to congressional offices issued by The House’s Chief Administrative Officer, Catherine Szpindor, and seen by Axios, it’s stated that Copilot is “unauthorized for House use.” The guidance adds that Copilot will be removed from and blocked on all […]


Cybersecurity, Security

AT&T confirms data leak affecting 73 million customers after spending two weeks denying it

April 1, 2024

Via: TechSpot

When the massive trove of data was posted for sale on a cybercrime forum early this month, AT&T said it did not originate from its systems, even though the poster said it was stolen from a 2021 breach of the […]


Cybersecurity, Mobile, Security, Smartphones

Malicious Apps Caught Secretly Turning Android Phones into Proxies for Cybercriminals

April 1, 2024

Via: The Hacker News

Several malicious Android apps that turn mobile devices running the operating system into residential proxies (RESIPs) for other threat actors have been observed on the Google Play Store. The findings come from HUMAN’s Satori Threat Intelligence team, which said the […]


Mobile, Smartphones

How to use Apple Pay

March 29, 2024

Via: Mashable

Setting up Apple Pay for contactless payments on your iPhone is easy as hell. I was averse to using Apple Pay for a while. Something about it — putting my phone in the air above a card reader and having […]


Computing, Hardware

Take a look at the world’s first liquid AIO coolers to feature a curved AMOLED display

March 29, 2024

Via: TechSpot

Chinese hardware manufacturer Tryx has unveiled its Panorama “Exhibition Area” AIO liquid coolers. They look like most AIO liquid coolers with integrated pumps and radiators, but they do come with a unique feature: curved AMOLED screens. There are plenty of […]


Editorial

Amazon Rekognition: The Future of Facial Recognition Technology

March 29, 2024

Via: Camila Mendes

Amazon’s latest offering, Rekognition, makes it easier to use image and video analysis technology through its revolutionary APIs. From government facial recognition security to the ability to create visual libraries, Rekognition has dozens of use cases and its ease of […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Samsung finally details its latest Exynos 1480 chipset

March 28, 2024

Via: GSMArena.com

Samsung launched the Galaxy A55 smartphone earlier this month with an Exynos 1480, but failed to reveal the full details of the chipset. The company finally gave us the full scoop of the 4nm EUV Exynos 1480 SoC now. The […]


Hacking, Security

Microsoft Edge Bug Could Have Allowed Attackers to Silently Install Malicious Extensions

March 27, 2024

Via: The Hacker News

A now-patched security flaw in the Microsoft Edge web browser could have been abused to install arbitrary extensions on users’ systems and carry out malicious actions. “This flaw could have allowed an attacker to exploit a private API, initially intended […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Steampipe dashboards and benchmarks for your data

March 27, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

In Steampipe unbundled we showed how its plugins, which originally worked only with the foreign data wrapper loaded into Steampipe’s batteries-included Postgres, are now also available as stand-alone distributions that you can load into your own instances of Postgres or […]


Mobile, Tablets

Vivo introduces a new tablet powered by Dimensity 9300 chipset, TWS 4 earbuds

March 27, 2024

Via: PhoneArena

Chinese company vivo confirmed last week it will unveil new products on March 26. At least three different products were supposed to be announced this week: two foldable smartphones, a tablet, and a pair of earbuds. Since we’ve already covered […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Microsoft is quietly installing a Copilot app on Windows 11 PCs

March 26, 2024

Via: TechSpot

As spotted by German tech site DeskModder, Microsoft has begun automatically installing a Copilot app on Windows 11. The new application doesn’t seem to have any functionality, and further investigation revealed that it has 0 bytes of data, suggesting that […]


Cybersecurity, Security

CISA Alerts on Active Exploitation of Flaws in Fortinet, Ivanti, and Nice Products

March 26, 2024

Via: The Hacker News

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Monday placed three security flaws to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog, citing evidence of active exploitation. The vulnerabilities added are as follows – CVE-2023-48788 (CVSS score: 9.3) – Fortinet FortiClient EMS SQL Injection […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 11’s next big update is almost ready to roll – but most people won’t get it for a long time yet

March 25, 2024

Via: Techradar

Windows 11’s next major update is coming close to completion, and in fact it’s rumored that it’ll hit its final stage of development very shortly – though its launch for all users will still be a good way down the […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

Instagram is limiting political content. Here’s how to get around it.

March 25, 2024

Via: Mashable

Instagram users will be seeing a lot less political content on their feeds — if that’s what they want. The Meta-owned social media company announced that political content will be automatically limited from people’s suggested posts in Explore, Reels, Feed […]