Daily Archives: May 13, 2020

NSA issues cybersecurity guidelines for remote workers

The number of cyber attacks has steadily risen in recent months, as more and more businesses adopt work-from-home procedures in an attempt to maintain productivity while respecting quarantine orders and social distancing. In response to this threat, the US National Security Agency (NSA) has released a series of telework guidelines, …

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Google removed a whole host of ‘creepware’ from the Play Store

Last year Google removed 813 “creepware” apps from the Play Store after the company received a report from a group studying apps similar to stalkerware. The group, which was made up of academics and researchers from NYU, Cornell Tech and NortonLifeLock, has published a new paper based on their research …

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Disney Plus is six months old – has it lived up to its promise?

Disney Plus is the future of streaming services, for better and worse. Instead of major content living on Netflix or Amazon Prime Video as it once did, the future of streaming is every media conglomerate launching its own streaming service, featuring its own material.  This means people have to spend …

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This PS5 demo is the most impressive look at next gen so far

Summer Game Fest host Geoff Keighley had promised a mind-blowing demo for its second showcase held on Wednesday, and what he delivered blew us away.  Instead of showing a new game, the showcase offered us our first look at Unreal Engine 5, the new game development tool that will be …

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Google is giving Chrome users a way out of tab overload hell

Google Chrome can now collect related tabs together in groups, making it easier to manage your browsing. The arrival of tabs in web browsers was both a blessing and a curse. While on the one hand it made it easier to manage multiple sites without having to have multiple windows …

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Intel is reportedly giving Apple its best Ice Lake processors

Intel is seemingly reserving its best 10th-gen Ice Lake mobile processors for Apple MacBooks in what could conceivably be a strategic move to keep the laptop maker happy, given all the talk – and very strong rumors – of Apple switching to ARM chips. At least according to a report …

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