Daily Archives: July 4, 2019

Many SMBs are running outdated operating systems

Cybercriminals are stepping up their efforts when it comes to targeting SMBs according to new research from Alert Logic. In its new Critical Watch Report: SMB Threatscape 2019, the firm revealed that there has been a steady increase in attacks as well as changes in attack methods which target SMBs …

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AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900X seen overclocked to 4.5GHz in benchmark

AMD’s new lineup of Ryzen 3000 processors are already making waves with their impressive core counts, affordable price points, and benchmark performance. And, that’s all from the processors as they come out of the box, but a Tweet from the dependable hardware leaker @Tum_Apisak shows the Ryzen 9 3900X processor …

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Superhuman says it will disable read receipts after complaints

Following controversy over its use of tracking pixels that enabled users to see when and where recipients opened their emails, email startup Superhuman is making changes to its service to better protect user privacy and safety. According to the company’s CEO Rahul Vohra, the service will stop tracking the location …

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Sony appears to register three new cameras

Is the Sony A7S III finally on its way? News of three cameras being registered for wireless certification has once again fueled speculation that Sony’s long-awaited full-frame mirrorless camera is on the way. Of the raft of ways in which information on new cameras can leak out, details on bodies …

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10 reasons every sports photographer needs an Oppo Reno 10x Zoom

Oppo is a long-standing supporter of the ICC, the international governing body of cricket. It makes sense, therefore, that Oppo offers a phone that seems almost tailor-made for sport photography, the Oppo Reno 10x Zoom.  You can zoom in on the action with an amazing 160mm equivalent focal length, zoom …

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