Daily Archives: November 4, 2019

New Microsoft Edge browser will launch on January 15th

Microsoft has revealed that its new Edge Chromium browser is set to launch on January 15th. The upgraded browser will be available on Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, and macOS in 90 languages For those looking to get an early taste, a beta version that Microsoft is calling a …

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Best Canon lenses 2019: 20 top lenses for Canon DSLRs

Whether you’ve just got hold of your first Canon DSLR or are looking to add to your existing kit bag, there’s a huge range of different optics out there to suit pretty much any budget and photographic subject. Despite Canon offering mirrorless options in the past few years, it’s fair …

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IT and OT need a shared language of IIoT

Internet security is a key concern of business, and this goes beyond malware and antivirus software protection. IT and production Operational Technology (OT) teams are aware of the cybersecurity obstacles to overcome in order to achieve successful Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) implementations. Yet, each department addresses those threats with …

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Adobe Photoshop available for iPad ahead of launch

Ahead of what’s expected to be the official unveiling at today’s (November 4) Adobe Max conference, Adobe Photoshop for iPad has already appeared on the App Store. It was widely expected that the app wouldn’t be available until some days after the official announcement, but it’s available now. The free …

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Apple wants iPhone exemption from US tariffs

Apple is seeking exemptions from US tariffs on Chinese manufactured goods, arguing its products are not important to Beijing’s industrial programmes. US President Donald Trump has introduced a series of tariffs on Chinese-made products as part of on ongoing trade dispute. However this impacts Apple’s products, which are either assembled …

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Security community tools help intruders

To many ordinary home users and businesses, security software is nothing more than having antivirus protection and or endpoint security software. However, for enterprises the situation is more complex. I expect adversaries will continue to leverage publicly released tools, often developed by penetration testers and security researchers, to compromise and …

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3D printing could have cracked the problem of making human organs

A huge leap could be made with bioprinting – the 3D printing of tissue and organs – thanks to an innovative idea which proposes to use ‘aqueous architectures’, or in other words, printing in a specially made fluid. As Science magazine reports, human tissue and organs are very tricky to …

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