technology

Hackers Reveal How Code Injection Attack Works in Signal Messaging App

May 22, 2018

After the revelation of the eFail attack details, it’s time to reveal how the recently reported code injection vulnerability in the popular end-to-end encrypted Signal messaging app works. As we reported last weekend, Signal has patched its messaging app for Windows and Linux that suffered a code injection vulnerability discovered and reported by a team of white-hat hackers from […]

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Apple’s Siri will get a brand new voice and more at WWDC

May 21, 2018

Apple’s Siri today began leaking information about the upcoming WWDC event. According to the virtual assistant, it’s getting a brand new voice and another smart speaker. If you’ve got an iPad or iPhone you can ask it yourself. What’s the meaning of this: It looks like Apple is turning to Siri to generate some buzz for the upcoming WWDC event. Users with compatible […]

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Cloud Providers Look for Legal Loopholes to Protect Customer Data

May 20, 2018

United States-based providers of e-commerce resources, including cloud services, must release foreign-held customer information to law enforcement agencies under a new law enacted in March. Providers have strongly objected to releasing customer information residing outside the U.S. for fear of violating the privacy laws of other countries. In a legal filing, the providers noted a […]

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How to Back Up iPhone Data to an External Drive

May 20, 2018

A recent incident reminded me of the importance of backing up one’s phone regularly. Soon after carrying my recycling out to the curbside, I realized I had misplaced my 6-month-old iPhone. Cue brief panic, followed by deep concern that I’d somehow tossed my device into that transparent bag I’d left outside for the world to […]

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Microsoft wants to revolutionize MRIs with quantum-inspired algorithms and HoloLens

May 19, 2018

Microsoft gained some ground in the quantum computing race today by announcing it was using its technology to advance medical imaging beyond the capabilities of today’s computers. The Redmond company, through a partnership with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), will bring HoloLens technology to a new form of MRI called Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF). In order to do […]

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The ULTIMATE $30,000 Gaming PC Setup

May 15, 2018

The ULTIMATE $30,000 Gaming PC Setup   Fortnite, PUBG, Far Cry 5? Which game would you play on this gaming PC setup?.

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Transformers come true! Japanese engineer builds 8.5m tall robot

May 15, 2018

Transformers come true! Japanese engineer builds 8.5m tall robot   Footage filmed in Gunma on Friday showcased ‘Mononofu’, a giant drivable robot designed by Japanese engineer Masaaki Nagumo and inspired by the science fiction animation series ‘Mobile Suit Gundam.’ Developed at Sakakibara Kikai, a farm machinery company, LW-Mononofu, as it is officially known, is 8.5m […]

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3 New Technology Gadgets India You Can Buy On Amazon

May 15, 2018

3 New Technology Gadgets India You Can Buy On Amazon: Hey Guys, In today’s video, I’m gonna talk about New Technology Gadgets That will make your life more easier or Cool Technology Gadgets In Real Life You Can Buy On Amazon. #3 New Technology Gadgets India You Can Buy On Amazon

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Xiaomi Redmi Y2, Motorola Moto G6/G6 Play: Upcoming budget phones to look out for

May 15, 2018

The budget smartphone segment is one of the hottest and happening segments in the Indian smartphone industry. Brands such as Xiaomi and Samsung have been dominating the segment with mass-market models that cater to everyone with the right mix of features. Now, the segment will see three new models from Xiaomi and Motorola making an […]

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PGP: ‘Serious’ flaw found in secure email tech

May 14, 2018

A widely used method of encrypting emails has been found to suffer from a serious vulnerability, researchers say. PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is a data encryption method sometimes added to programs that send and receive email. Details about the vulnerability were released by the Suddeutsche Zeitung newspaper prior to a scheduled embargo. Previously, the Electronic […]

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