Daily Archives: March 5, 2019

Mobile malware attacks double in 2018

In an increasingly mobile world, cybercriminals have become aware of the vast amounts of data stored on users’ smartphones which is why the number of attacks using malicious mobile software have nearly doubled in just a year according to new research from Kaspersky Lab. Last year there were 116.5m attacks …

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Google may still be working on Project Dragonfly

Google’s controversial Chinese search product may still actually be in development according to a group of employees who carried out their own investigation into the matter. Late last year, the company moved engineers away from working on Project Dragonfly and said that there were no current plans to launch it. …

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You can now control your Roku devices with Amazon Alexa

If you have a Roku TV or streaming device like the Roku Streaming Stick+, you can now control it using Alexa – as long as you have an Alexa-enabled smart speaker, that is. This is thanks to a brand-new Alexa skill, which you can set up by opening the Alexa …

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Don’t take risk with data protection in your business

The issues of data privacy and data security are a source of significant concern for organisations in today’s digital world. Whether this is due to increased emphasis on regulatory compliance (GDPR), or the efficiency of cyber criminals seeking out vulnerable data, there is no getting away from how important it …

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Samsung: Customer experience and ecosystem are key to UK success

As the world’s biggest smartphone manufacturer, Samsung commands a lot of attention at Mobile World Congress (MWC). Its stand in Hall 3 is one of the busiest at the show and this year is now exception. While its competitors waited until Barcelona to reveal their new flagship devices, Samsung debuted …

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