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Cisco Security Experts Describe New Attack Vector for Old Malware

Security experts from Cisco’s Talos Comprehensive Threat Intelligence labs are issuing a warning about a new attack vector that a…

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Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Might Have a 3000-6000mAh Foldable Battery

Samsung’s much-rumored foldable Galaxy X still hasn’t been officially announced. The frequent leaks have made it pretty certain, though, that…

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Dell Adds Ubuntu as an OS Option on Two Developer’s Laptops

Dell announced that fans of open-source operating systems can now order two more mobile workstations powered by Ubuntu out of…

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LibreOffice Developers Invite Users to Join Bug Hunting Session

Individuals looking for a way to contribute to a popular open-source software project will get their chance on July 6…

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ASRock Launches RX Vega Series of Phantom Gaming X Graphics cards

ASRock just released reference RX Vega GPUs of Phantom Gaming X Graphics cards. Gamers’ disappointment has finally come to an…

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Record Breaking Overclock Takes Intel Core i7-8700K to 7.4GHz

Daniel Schier, AKA Dancop, has achieved a new SuperPi 32M record using the Intel 8700K processor clocked at 7.4GHz. He…

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Microsoft Freshens Up its News App for Windows 10

Microsoft has just freshened up its news application for Windows 10 which had begun to look slightly outdated. A newer…

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Massive 8GB of RAM in New Honor 10 GT Phone

The Honor 10 GT was announced by Huawei on their website today. The most significant difference between the Honor 10…

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NetBSD 8.0 Development Team Puts Out Second Release Candidate ISO

Developer Martin Husemann launched the second and more than likely final release candidate ISO image for NetBSD 8.0 today. This…

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Security Researchers Find that Android Apps Don’t Record Conversation Data

Many users of the Google Android mobile platform have become convinced that their phones record their conversations in order to…

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Microsoft Releases the Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 17704

Microsoft released the Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 17704 to the Windows Insider Program today. The announcement was made on…

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Are Intel’s Coffee Lake Microprocessors Set to Power Cupertino’s New MacBook Pro Models?

Apple’s engineers are apparently planning on upgrading their MacBook Pro line of portable computers by shipping them with Intel’s Coffee…

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Vivaldi, Brave, Firefox and Most Other Browsers Still Vulnerable to Download Bomb Trick

Security experts often promote obscurity as a technique to remain safe when connected to the Internet, but it now seems…

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Microsoft releases Windows 10 Redstone 5 17692.1004 to the Slow Ring

Microsoft had released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17692 to Fast Ring and Skip Ahead Insiders around fifteen days before…

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Micro Focus Agrees to Sell off SUSE Enterprise Software Division

Micro Focus announced that they had plans to sell the SUSE open-source brand to a Swedish group called EQT Partners.…

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Fedora-based NST Distro Launches New Live ISO Image

Fedora 28 provides the core for the latest version of Network Security Toolkit (NST), which is a bootable live USB-based…

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Random Photos Are Being Sent by Samsung’s Messaging App

Samsung Galaxy phone users could have a serious case of the Mondays because of a bug in their Android messaging…

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A Malware is Allegedly Creeping in on Linux Systems and it’s Aggressive

Linux systems have been under attack by different kinds of malware and worms in the past including the famous one…

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Mobile DRAM Prices on the Rise Owing to Low-Power DDR4 DRAM Chips

A recent public report published by the market researcher TrendForce Corp suggests that a mild rise in the prices for…

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Microsoft Removes SMS Relay from Skype in Windows 10 Preview build 17704

Microsoft has recently released a new Skype update built on React Native in Windows 10 Preview build 17704 which also…

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NetMarketShare Shows Some Increase in the Total Number of Working Windows 7 Installations

Windows 7 might have been launched in 2009, but it seems to continue to improve its market share against Windows…

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Mobile Android Trojan Gives Crackers Remote Control to User’s Phones

While there have always been consistent reports of vulnerabilities present in apps distributed on Google’s official Play Store, it seems…

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WhatsApp’s Latest Update makes it easy for Group Admins to Control Groups

Communication in group chats is reportedly going to become a lot more convenient with the latest update that WhatsApp has…

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FAT32 Volume Limitations Cause Issues for Windows 10 Users with Embedded Devices

While Microsoft probably disabled it by design, it now looks like the venerable FAT32 file system has limitations that continue…

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New Hampshire City Computer Network Damaged by Emotet Banking Malware

Officials from a city in the state of New Hampshire are saying that they spent over $156,000 to remove a…

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