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North Korea behind data-stealing Android apps promoted to defectors via Facebook, claims McAfee

Non-malware attacks and ransomware take centre stage This report looks at research from over 1000 organisation, representing more than 2.5 million endpoints, to understand the prevalence and growth of non-malware attacks. Download now to find out more. Download Read More »

Google Updates: Nest outage, news update, free Android apps

TIME ONCE again for the rest of the Google News this week. The main stories of the week and beyond are at this link. This is the goss, the rumours and the stuff that couldn’t warrant more writers’ cramp. First this week, Nest – the company which was recently absorbed back into the Google Hardware Division – suffered a significant outage ... Read More »

Call of Duty Black Ops 4: release date, news and rumors

Update: Today was a big day if you’re a Call of Duty Black Ops 4 (styled IIII, for some odd reason) fan. Activision announced that while BO4 won’t offer a traditional single-player campaign, the game will feature more multiplayer modes than ever before including three zombie campaigns and a new mode called Blackout that will seem similar to gamers who ... Read More »

Patch update: Monthly Rollup previews arrive for Win7, 8.1, along with updates for Win10 1607, 1703

By Woody Leonhard, Columnist, Computerworld | May 17, 2018 12:22 PM PT Read More »

OnePlus 6 official with glass design, notch and souped-up innards

CHINESE PHONE MAKER OnePlus has officially unveiled the OnePlus 6, its biggest and fastest smartphone yet. On paper, the OnePlus 6 looks like an incremental update over the OnePlus 5 and 5T. Despite the rumours, there’s no added IP67 certification, no wireless charging support and no Galaxy S9-rivalling ‘Super Slo-Mo’ mode.  Rather, OnePlus has focused on speed, with the Chinese ... Read More »

Here are the winners for the 2018 Big Data Excellence Awards

The Big Data Excellence Awards 2018 were a great success last night, at the stunning De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in central London. With 18 categories covering every area of the Big Data and the Internet of Things, and awards presented to organisations, teams, projects, products and individuals, the evening covered the full spectrum of the industry. The quality of ... Read More »

Microsoft’s currently flogging an Xbox One S with 6 games for just AU$299

UPDATE: Yesterday, we reported on Xbox One S bundles that offered the console and up to 5 games (or 4, depending on which one you opt to get) for only $299. Well, that deal has improved today, with the inclusion of Dead Rising 4 and Quantum Break in each of the bundles! Updated details below: If you’ve been waiting for ... Read More »

10 annoying things about Android P (that’ll hopefully be fixed soon)

All right, gang: The honeymoon’s officially over. We’ve oohed. We’ve ahhed. We’ve talked about Android P’s most noteworthy productivity features. Now it’s time to step back, get real, and talk about some of the software’s less impressive elements — because the truth is, for all of its positives, Android P has an awful lot of, well, awful stuff. Now, let’s ... Read More »

Apple’s autonomous fleet is now the second-largest in the US

APPLE IS RUNNING more than 50 autonomous cars around California, the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles has told Mac Reports. The company’s fleet is growing faster than a hipster’s beard; from three in April 2017 to 45 in March this year, and now 55 (which we assume are programmed to constantly remind their flannel-shirted occupants how cool, hip and trendy ... Read More »

FedEx CEO: blockchain has the potential to revolutionise trade across borders

Blockchain technologies could reduce many of the points of friction that impede trade across borders, says Fred Smith, founder, chairman and CEO of logistics group FedEx. Speaking at the Consensus 2018 event in New York today, Smith likened the potential of blockchain to FedEx’s origination of the track-and-trace system for packages decades ago. “In the early ’70s the freight was ... Read More »

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