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Mobile, Smartphones

Hands-on with the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro: something familiar

October 6, 2022

Via: The Verge

This has been a refrain over the past couple of months, so you probably won’t be surprised to learn that the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro look and feel a lot like the devices that came before them: […]


Computing, Data Management

Managed vs Unmanaged Hosting

October 6, 2022

Via: Techradar

Web hosting(opens in new tab) services are an essential part of any business’s infrastructure. No matter what industry you’re in, the right web host can help your site stand out from competitors and give customers confidence in the service you […]


Hacking, Security

A dangerous new malware strain has already compromised hundreds of servers

October 6, 2022

Via: Techradar

There is a new malware making rounds, that targets Microsoft SQL servers, and is capable of running programs, snooping in on data, brute-forcing its way into other SQL servers, and dozens of other dangerous things. The malware(opens in new tab), […]


Computing, Data Management

Hands-on with MongoDB queryable encryption and Node.js

October 5, 2022

Via: Info World

MongoDB 6 introduced the capability to query encrypted data in the database. Data is encrypted for the entire round trip: at insert, storage, and query. This amounts to a new level of security for data, which remains secure even as […]


Gadgets, Mobile

New images show off Google’s upcoming Pixel Watch in all its glory (and colors)

October 5, 2022

Via: PhoneArena

There are less than 24 hours until Google’s next hardware event, where the American tech giant is expected to announce its latest flagship smartphone lineup. Beyond the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro, there are also a couple of […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Google Cloud launches AI-powered medical imaging platform

October 5, 2022

Via: Techradar

Google Cloud has announced a new AI-powered medical imaging tool that is designed to take the pressure of medical staff, and it’s already available to try out. Medical professionals have long utilized imaging to help them diagnose patients with various […]


Computing, Hardware

Western Digital’s new SanDisk SSD is its fastest and toughest yet

October 5, 2022

Via: Techradar

Western Digital has expanded its range of high-end SanDisk Professional products with the release of the PRO-G40 SSD. The company’s new SSD is compatible with both USB 3.2 Gen 2 and Thunderbolt 3 connections. And with anIP68 certification, it’s Western […]


Gadgets, Mobile

Apple starts manufacturing AirPods and Beats in India

October 5, 2022

Via: GSMArena.com

Apple started moving some of its iPhone production from China to India back in 2020 and is now planning the same for AirPods and Beats. According to Nikkei, the Cupertino company already asked suppliers to move production to the South-Asian […]


Cybersecurity, Security

Want More Secure Software? Start Recognizing Security-Skilled Developers

October 5, 2022

Via: The Hacker News

The cyber threat landscape grows more complex by the day, with our data widely considered highly desirable “digital gold”. Attackers are constantly scanning networks for vulnerable applications, programs, cloud instances, and the latest flavor of the month is APIs, with […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

Cloud computing is reinventing cars and trucks

October 4, 2022

Via: Info World

As this article from The Wall Street Journal points out (behind a paywall), automobiles are becoming the focus of technology providers, including cloud providers. If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve realized that cars are becoming software-defined. Any Tesla owner can […]


Gadgets, Mobile

Netgear’s latest mobile hotspot has faster 5G and better Wi-Fi

October 4, 2022

Via: The Verge

Netgear is releasing an unlocked version of its Nighthawk M6 mobile hotspot router designed for use at home or on the go. Like the AT&T version of the M6, this new one supports C-band 5G — but now, it also […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD Ryzen 7000 is barely out but next-gen Zen 5 CPUs already spotted

October 4, 2022

Via: Techradar

AMD’s next-gen Zen 5 processors have already been spotted, or at least we’ve a sighting of the ground being prepared for them, even though new Ryzen 7000 CPUs have only been on sale for a week. VideoCardz(opens in new tab) […]


Cybersecurity, Security

Cloudflare announces quantum cryptography beta to thwart decryption

October 4, 2022

Via: Techradar

Cloudflare has announced(opens in new tab) that all websites and APIS served through its platform will now support a post-quantum hybrid key agreement. The service, which is now in beta, strives to protect encrypted internet traffic from computers powerful enough […]


Computing, Hardware

Nvidia RTX 3060 Begins its Reign as the Most Popular GPU

October 3, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

The latest Steam Hardware Survey (SHS) is out, and as usual it provides insight into the dynamics of the PC hardware configurations favored by gamers. What caught our eye this month was the impressive surge in Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 […]


Hacking, Security

IT pros suffer from serious misconceptions about Microsoft 365 security

October 3, 2022

Via: Techradar

A quarter of IT professionals either don’t know or don’t think Microsoft 365 data can be impacted by a ransomware attack, research from Hornetsecurity has claimed. In addition, 40% of IT professionals that use Microsoft 365 in their organization admitted […]


Privacy, Security

More Microsoft Exchange zero-days exploited in the wild

October 3, 2022

Via: Techradar

Two more zero-day vulnerabilities found in different versions of Microsoft Exchange Server are being exploited in the wild, the company has confirmed. According to recent customer guidance that Microsoft released for reported zero days, a server-side request forgery (SSRF) flaw, […]


Computing, Operating Systems

Windows 11 22H2 printer bug breaks key features for some users

September 30, 2022

Via: Techradar

Windows 11 22H2 is embroiled in a fresh bug controversy, with the big feature update causing trouble with printers. Microsoft updated its support document(opens in new tab) on known issues with 22H2 to explain more about a fresh bug which […]


Computing, Hardware

Google is shutting down Stadia

September 29, 2022

Via: The Verge

Google is shutting down Stadia, its cloud gaming service. The service will remain live for players until January 18th, 2023. Google will be refunding all Stadia hardware purchased through the Google Store as well as all the games and add-on […]


Hacking, Security

Criminals are registering millions of malware-spreading domains every month

September 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

Every month, cybercriminals register roughly 13 million domains to be used to host and distribute malware(opens in new tab), in phishing campaigns, or otherwise malicious activities. This is according to cybersecurity researchers at Akamai, which claims to have flagged some […]


Privacy, Security

Cloudflare wants to get rid of CAPTCHAs for good

September 29, 2022

Via: Techradar

Leading CDN provider Cloudflare has released Turnstile, a free alternative to the “terrible user experience” currently offered by CAPTCHA services used by websites to verify authentic users online. Announcing Turnstile in a blog post(opens in new tab), the company claimed […]