Apple is planning to streamline its iPhone lineup in 2022 by ditching the 5.4-inch iPhone mini variant and bringing new models in 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch sizes, TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reportedly said in a note to investors. The Cupertino-based company introduced the iPhone 12 mini last year as its first 5.4-inch model. However,
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In this article COIN Fred Wilson David Orrell | CNBC By 2013, venture capitalist Fred Wilson had established himself as a preeminent investor in consumer tech, having made early and highly lucrative bets on Twitter, Zynga, Etsy and Tumblr. In May of that year, he took a slight sideways turn. “We have been thinking about
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Mass Effect: Legendary Edition has gotten a new comparison trailer with a month to release date, which showcases how the upcoming remastered version improves on the original Mass Effect trilogy of games. It gives us a look at the better character, environmental and visual effects, including beautification passes, skin rendering, enhanced/ remade textures, more detailed
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Academics from Vrije University in Amsterdam and ETH Zurich have published a new research paper describing yet another variation of the Rowhammer attack. Dubbed SMASH (Synchronized MAny-Sided Hammering), the technique can be used to successfully trigger the attack from JavaScript on modern DDR4 RAM cards, notwithstanding extensive mitigations that have been put in place by
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Facebook’s independent Oversight Board announced Tuesday it would start accepting requests to remove “harmful content” that users believe has been wrongly allowed to remain on the leading social network. The move has the potential to vastly expand the work of the so-called “supreme court” of Facebook, which up to now had been tasked with reviewing
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A company culture of growth Learn how your company’s culture can either advance or totally sabotage your company goals. Register Now Join Transform 2021 this July 12-16. Register for the AI event of the year. (Reuters) — Dell Technologies said on Wednesday it would spin off its 81% stake in cloud computing software maker VMware
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Google I/O 2021 registrations are now open, and anyone who is interested in Google technology can tune in to get the information about product releases, insights from experts, and hands-on learning. Google skipped last year’s annual conference entirely due to COVID-19, but this year, the free-for-all event is taking place virtually from May 18 to
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Facebook-owned WhatsApp recently addressed two security vulnerabilities in its messaging app for Android that could have been exploited to execute malicious code remotely on the device and even compromise encrypted communications. The flaws take aim at devices running Android versions up to and including Android 9 by carrying out what’s known as a “man-in-the-disk” attack
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In this article COIN Coinbase shares were indicated to open at about $350 per share on the Nasdaq Wednesday morning after providing a reference price of $250 per share Tuesday evening. Shares are expected to start trading Wednesday afternoon. Skirting the traditional IPO process, Coinbase will list its stock directly, allowing employees and existing shareholders
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PlayStation 5 is receiving its first major update that brings new storage options and some social features. There are some personalisation options as well as new PlayStation app features in the April update. Most importantly, the new storage options now allow users to transfer their PS5 games to an external USB storage device to free
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Microsoft on Tuesday moved to defend against a dangerous new threat to Exchange email servers while the fight continued against hackers taking advantage of a flaw patched last month. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, part of the Department of Homeland Security, called on government departments to immediately install the latest software update released
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One of the biggest consequences of the rapidly evolving cybersecurity threat landscape is that defenses must constantly build bigger systems to defend themselves. This leads to both more complex systems and often less communication between them. More importantly, it can lead companies to invest in disparate “best in class” components instead of finding the best
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Microsoft has warned organizations of a “unique” attack campaign that abuses contact forms published on websites to deliver malicious links to businesses via emails containing fake legal threats, in what’s yet another instance of adversaries abusing legitimate infrastructure to mount evasive campaigns that bypass security protections. “The emails instruct recipients to click a link to
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