Daily Archives: October 30, 2019

Google may finally be killing off Flash

As the internet prepares to finally bid farewell to Adobe Flash next year, Google has announced that it will stop indexing Flash content in its search engine. In a blog post, the company’s engineering manager Dong-Whi Lee explained that Google Search will no longer index SWF files, saying: “Google Search …

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How wearable technology could assist emergency services

About the author David Sims is a solutions sales specialist at Dynabook Northern Europe. IDC predicts that global shipments of wearable devices will hit almost 190 million units per year by 2022. When we think of wearable technology, we no longer just associate it with the consumer space. In fact, …

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Content funding on TechRadar | TechRadar

At Future Publishing Limited we rely on advertising to keep bringing you the content you love to read.  The vast majority of the content on TechRadar is created solely by our editorial team, but on occasion we also work with external partners to create content we hope our readers will …

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WhatsApp sues malware maker | TechRadar

Following a cyberattack that installed spyware on users’ smartphones, WhatsApp is fighting back and the Facebook-owned company has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli cyber intelligence firm NSO Group claiming it created an exploit that made the attack possible. According to the lawsuit, which was filed in a California federal …

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New iPhone 12: release date, leaks and what we’re expecting

We’ll say it now: the iPhone 12 needs to be a huge change to Apple’s smartphone. The iPhone 11 range brought, well, very little in terms of an upgrade. With new camera upgrades and some more power inside, they were modest updates to the popular iPhone range.  So what will …

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Watch the largest 3D-printed building in the world being constructed

The largest 3D-printed building ever constructed has now been finished over in the United Arab Emirates. More specifically, the building in the Al Warsan area of Dubai has been recorded in the Guinness World Records as the first ever two-storey 3D-printed building, and the largest one in the world by …

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