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For at least the second time in 2021, hackers have breached Acer's servers, this time plundering more than 60 gigabytes of data. Acer has confirmed that names, addresses, and phone numbers belonging to several million clients have been compromised in the breach, as well as sensitive corporate financial and audit... Read more...
Security breaches and data loss have been rampant problems for companies in recent years, with it seeming like there was a new victim every week. These security issues have also had some dire consequences, such as the first possible ransomware-related death at a hospital. As such, organizations are facing a harsh... Read more...
For businesses and educational institutions that have been incredibly slow with their Windows 10 upgrade cycles, we have some good news for you today. Microsoft announced that it is giving customers still running the Windows 10 1803 (April 2018 Update) a six-month extension for support. If you recall, Microsoft... Read more...
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our way of life in more ways than we could have possibly ever imagined, and many businesses have made adjustments to cope with the new realities of social distancing and working from home. One such company is Microsoft, which announced in late March that it wouldtemporarily pause... Read more...
Lenovo announced today that it isspreading AMD Ryzen 4000 lovedeeper into its laptop range, and has provided us with some availability dates for Ryzen 4000-powered notebooks that it announced earlier this year at CES 2020. Kicking things off is the addition of Ryzen 4000 SKUs to the existing ThinkPad E14 and E15... Read more...
Bungie, the developers behind Destiny 2, tend to be rather tight-lipped about future updates. However, they recently revealed information about their future plans for some of the core mechanics of the game. Many of their plans address issues that have been brought up by players. Bungie is currently making changes to... Read more...
Companies around the globe are finding themselves altering their way of business due to COVID-19/coronavirus. That burden even falls on massive multinational companies like Microsoft, which has been makingadjustments to its cloud businessto handle increased demand. Today, Microsoft has announced changes to Window 10... Read more...
We had boots on the ground again at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and we of course ran across a number of stellar products that will hopefully be making their way to consumers this year. Even though we saw literally hundreds of exciting new tech products and gear at CES 2020 this year, a few stood out that were near Read more...
As expected, the bigwigs in Mountain View rolled out the third beta of Android Q at Google I/O 2019, giving us a broader view of what the next major version of Android will bring to the table. We still do not know what exactly it will be calledQueen of Puddings, perhaps?but here are some of the more notable additions... Read more...
A ridiculously high price tag will apparently be a barrier to entry for some, when it comes to Samsungs upcomingGalaxy F flagshipfolding smartphone. Samsung unveiled the smartphone (in disguised, prototype form) last week, and today South KoreasYonhap Newsreportedly confirmed not only the name, but also the price and... Read more...
Waiting for an app to update is not the end of the world, but it can certainly be very irritating. There soon may be a way to work around this annoyance;Google recently announced at the Android Dev Summit that users will be able to continue to use an app during less serious updates. Googles latest "In-app Updates... Read more...
Unless you've been living under a rock, then you know that Samsung is working on afolding smartphonethat will be released in 2019. Today, at theSamsung Developer Conference, the South Korean company gave us our first look at the device, and it's quite interesting. Samsung has announced new display technology, which... Read more...
NVIDIA recently updated the End-User Licensing Agreement (EULA) for its software, and some customers are fuming over the change. The "disturbance in the force" comes from an update in language in the EULA, which adds, "No Datacenter Deployment. The SOFTWARE is not licensed for datacenter deployment, except that... Read more...
Samsung has rolled out a new version of its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone, and this version is aimed directly at enterprise and business users. Samsung says that it is the first unlocked smartphone it has offered that was designed specifically for enterprise and SMB market. The new version is the called theGalaxy Note 8... Read more...
If you spend any amount of time on the Internet, you have certainly run across CAPTCHA on a few occasions. CAPTCHA is the security device that forces you to read squiggly words and type them into the box to prove you are a person and not a spamming robot sent from the future to troll forums and steal all of our memes... Read more...
Microsoft is celebrating now that that itsundersea cable between the United States and Spain has been completed. The cable is called the Marea subsea cable, with Marea being the Spanish word for tide. Microsoft and partners ran the cable between the US and Spain to help upgrade the global internet infrastructure to... Read more...
Last years release of the Moto Z family of phones introduced the world to Mods magnetic accessory attachments that added features to the phones, like higher-quality speakers, a portable projector, or optical zoom camera. However, the US release of the Moto Z was limited to Verizon and unlocked customers only. This year Motorola is back... Read more...
When Microsoft officially announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update back in early May, one of the most highly anticipated features was Timeline. Similar in concept to Continuity integration with iOS and macOS, Timeline allows you to start a task on one Windows 10 device, and complete the them without... Read more...
We first brought you news about Google's Instant Tethering feature last month, and it now looks as though it's officially rolling out to Pixel and Nexus smartphones. More specifically, Instant Tethering is available on the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and Nexus 6. In order to enable the functionality, you... Read more...
Apple has been served by the OS X name for the past 15 years, but the company is looking to change things up with a rebranding. Its desktop/notebook-centric operating system is now being called macOS, and given that Apple has recently been naming its desktop OSes after places in California, its called macOS... Read more...
Microsoft is changing how search queries entered into the Cortana search box in Windows 10 are carried out. From now ownand for your own good, from Microsoft's anglesearches made with Cortana searches will only be carried out with Edge and Bing, even if you've configured a third-party browser like Google Chrome or... Read more...
We reported a couple of weeks ago that a significant update will be hitting Windows 10 at some point in November. While the original goal was to see it drop very early in the month, it does appear that there will be a delay of a few weeks. Ultimately, that's a good thing - the less buggy, the better. As mentioned... Read more...
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