Monthly Archives: March 2020

Video conferencing apps saw record downloads in just one week

Demand for video conferencing apps for both business and personal use has grown tremendously during the coronavirus outbreak but according to a new report from App Annie, business conferencing apps hit their biggest week ever in March. Between March 14 and 21, video conferencing apps for business were downloaded 62m …

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Should you buy a PS4 or Xbox One right now?

The Nintendo Switch has been out-of-stock for the last few weeks. Why is the Nintendo Switch selling out? It’s because of a bunch of factors: demand caused by much of the world’s population being stuck indoors for the foreseeable future, as well as massive interest in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, …

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Moving the VPN industry forward: a Q&A with NordVPN

Tesonet was founded in 2008. From day one, the company had been developing all kinds of more and less successful projects: from computer games to web hosting solutions. Now Tesonet is one of the biggest tech accelerators in the Baltics. It incubates and invests in internet and technology companies globally, …

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Nvidia might debut GeForce RTX 3000 graphics cards in August

Nvidia has reportedly delayed the launch of its Ampere architecture and GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards due to the coronavirus outbreak. The company was originally poised to launch Ampere, which will move to a new 7nm process and is expected to deliver up to a 75% performance hike compared …

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Personal details of all Georgian citizens published online

Hackers have published the personal details of over 4.9 million citizens of Georgia on a hacking forum. As the current population of the Eastern European nation is approximately 3.79 million according to recent figures, it would appear that the database includes the details of deceased Georgians as well.  Personally identifiable …

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